NC7J CW / RTTY Skimmer Server and ARC6 DX Cluster Node (Syracuse Utah)
Telnet connections to the NC7J Utah DX Cluster can be made by connecting your telnet client / contest / logging software to: dxc.nc7j.com on the default Telnet Port 23. Enable RBN Skimmer Server Spots and control exactly how you want to receive spots using ARC6 filter commands.
NC7J Web Cluster: http://www.nc7j.com (the telnet interface is prefered, this is a web interface for the telnet challenged)
NG7M and W7CT also run a dedicated 7 band NC7J CW/RTTY Skimmer in Syracuse Utah:
This is an open CW/RTTY Skimmer running VE3NEA's CW Skimmer Server / RTTY Skimmer Server software on a dedicated Intel/Xeon 6 Core / 12 Logical Threaded Server running Windows 2008 R2. NC7J is decoding 192khz on 7 bands (in real-time) in Syracuse Utah. We are running an SRL QuickSilver QS1R Receiver. The QS1R is locked to a GPS Diciplined Oscillator - Trimble Thunderbolt which is feeding an XRef-VT 10 mhz to 125 mhz frequency muliplier from VK3HZ. This provides a standard / accurate reference for frequencies reported by NC7J for spots fed to the Reverse Beacon Network.
The NC7J CW/RTTY Skimmer server is feeding spots to the Reverse Beacon Network 24 x 7. When Calling CQ on HF, check the CW Skimmer Server NC7J on the Reverse Beacon Network and see if you are being heard in Syracuse Utah. You can search by callsign or lookup the latest spots posted by NC7J.
73 de Max NG7M & Jim W7CT
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