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Band Opening Quick Check


Quickly check to see if a specific amateur radio band
or the CB band is open to the Northeast US.

When you click on the link below corresponding to the band of interest, a new window will open showing the waterfall of the whole band on one of the N1NTE KiwiSDR receivers. The audio will be muted for convenience.

Use these links as a quick band opening check. Please do not stay on the receiver for an extended period if you are not actively listening. You are limited to one window open at a time so close it prior checking another band.

160m75/80m | 60m | 40m | 20m | 17m | 15m | 12m | 10m    |||    CB/11m

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