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You can tune in shortwave or mediumwave radio around the world right now with these lists! When the SDR renders in your browser, it will be on the frequency and in the mode you selected, also with a consistent and reasonable filter bandpass for either single sideband or AM.

Specialty Online SDR Lists:
KiwiSDR Canada, KiwiSDR Australia and New Zealand, KiwiSDR India, Mediumwave WebSDR, HFGCS Military Comms, Oceanic Air Traffic
  1. Simply enter a frequency, click a mode.
  2. Click on a server to open a new tab and start listening as configured.
  3. KiwiSDR list updates every six hours; sorted for top 50 by snr.
  4. KiwiSDRs on the OpenWebRX interface can tune anywhere from VLF through 30 to 32 MHz.
  5. WebSDRs are limited to bands set up by the operator, depending on the hardware.
  6. WebSDRs are manually updated as needed.
  7. Search by city or country with CTRL - F.
  8. Click to download Best KiwiSDR and WebSDR List [PDF].
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KiwiSDR, South West England, UK
KiwiSDR, Pingtung, Taiwan 高樹 屏東 臺灣
KiwiSDR, Szekesfehervar/Maroshegy, Hungary
KiwiSDR, @Wildeck - Waldhessen, Germany
KiwiSDR, Tampere, Finland
KiwiSDR, Ironstone Range, South Australia
KiwiSDR, Chichester UK
KiwiSDR, Rotorua, New Zealand
KiwiSDR, Westerlee, Groningen, The Netherlands
KiwiSDR, Near Bristol, UK
KiwiSDR, Ironstone Range, South Australia
KiwiSDR, Osaka, Japan
KiwiSDR, Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom
KiwiSDR, Borås
KiwiSDR, Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom
KiwiSDR, Skanderborg, Denmark
KiwiSDR, Göstling / Ybbs , AUSTRIA
KiwiSDR, Near Tarlee, South Australia
KiwiSDR, Chichester UK
KiwiSDR, DK1MAX, Feilenmoos, Bavaria
KiwiSDR, Tighnabruaich, W Scotland
KiwiSDR, Kotala, Virrat, Finland
KiwiSDR, Rigi Scheidegg, 1'660m
KiwiSDR, Bad Bentheim , Germany
KiwiSDR, Cassine, Italy
KiwiSDR, Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom
KiwiSDR, Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom
KiwiSDR, J. Hradec, Czech Republic
KiwiSDR, Kampereiland, Netherlands
KiwiSDR, Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom
KiwiSDR, Matsukawa, Fukushima JAPAN
KiwiSDR, Hilgenriedersiel, Germany
KiwiSDR, Mount Climie, Upper Hutt NZ
KiwiSDR, Vallen, Ludvika, Sweden
KiwiSDR, Sapporo,Hokkaido,JAPAN
KiwiSDR, Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom
KiwiSDR, Weston-super-Mare, United Kingdom
KiwiSDR, Finland
KiwiSDR, Rantsila, Siikalatva, Finland
KiwiSDR, Carlow, Ireland
KiwiSDR, Linnich, Germany
KiwiSDR, French Alps
KiwiSDR, Polder Arkemheen (Nijkerk, GLD), Netherlands
KiwiSDR, Itäranta, Kotka, Finland
KiwiSDR, Teralba, New South Wales. AUSTRALIA.
KiwiSDR, South West England, UK
KiwiSDR, Mala, Northern Sweden.
KiwiSDR, Mala, Northern Sweden.

See also the Skywavelinux SDR Map. Remember, though, that the map presents a full set, with both good and not-so-good servers plotted.

The software defined radio servers listed here have been selected for their reception quality. Performance and coverage vary depending on hardware, internet bandwidth, and radio conditions at individual sites. This is not an exhastive list, as servers are excluded for low SNR. The list updates automatically, so be sure to bookmark it and come back often!

During peak operating periods, it may be difficult or impossible to use some of the sites. The KiwiSDRs have limited channels available. WebSDR servers can take more users, up to the point where CPU capability and internet bandwidth are limiting factors.

Software defined radio servers listed here are operated by volunteers, bearing their own expenses for the equipment and bandwidth. Be sure to do what you can to support those sites - linking to them, promoting them among your fellow radio listeners, and donating if they have set up a patronage process. To the server operators: we appreciate your effort! There are too many places in the world which lack good broadcast programming or are hampered by RF noise. What's more, there is something important in the ability for an average person, anywhere in the world, to access signals from places where "things are happening."

If you find interesting action on the bands, give some thought to making an audio recording or screen capture video to share on sites such as YouTube or Soundcloud

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