Please note; These are for League members only.
Links To SDRs:
Another benefit of belonging to the NZRDXL is use of a 4-channel KiwiSDR receiver located in an excellent receive location at Mangawhai in Northland and in the Catlins area of South Otago. NZ Radio DX League members can obtain the password by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The League established the SDRs to provide members an opportunity to be able to hear signals otherwise buried in noise and interference at their home locations. These days, the DXer’s home environment is much noisier electrically than it was 20 years ago and for many the enthusiasm to DX was curbed by this problem. The advent of SDRs and widespread availability of an internet connection has made DXing from a very quiet location with a good antenna possible from your armchair, sitting in a vehicle with your smart phone and in your traditional place of DXing, the radio shack.
Funds to establish the SDRs and pay monthly internet costs have come from League coffers swelled by the Convention auction at Moeraki in 2016 and from the sale of radios and other material donated by the estate of the late Ron Killick as well as a generous bequest from the late Brian Strong.
NZ Radio DX League members can obtain the password by sending an e-mail to email@example.com.