NC7J AR-Cluster 6 DX Cluster Node & CW / RTTY Skimmer Server (Syracuse Utah, NG7M QTH) Updated December 5th, 2015...
Telnet connections to '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 Skimmer Server Spots and control exactly how you want to receive spots using: AR-Cluster 6 Quick Start Guide / AR-Cluster 6 filter commands.
NC7J CW/RTTY Skimmer in Syracuse Utah:
All skimmer spots are aggregated and are made available in real-time through AR-Cluster 6 nodes. See the above links for connection informaion. You can also see skimmer spots via the Reverse Beacon web interface. For example, current real-time spots from NC7J can be found here: NC7J Reverse Beacon Spots.
This is an open CW/RTTY Skimmer running VE3NEA's CW Skimmer Server / RTTY Skimmer Server software on a dedicated Intel/i7 5820K 6 Core / 12 Logical Threaded Server running Windows 2012 R2. NC7J is decoding 192khz on 7 bands (in real-time). We are running an SRL QuickSilver QS1R Receiver. The QS1R is locked to a GPS Diciplined Oscillator. This provides a standard / highly accurate reference for frequencies reported by NC7J when spots are 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.
Contest logs are submitted to the ARRL Logbook of the World (LOTW) shortly after every contest. Logs dating back to the early 1990's are already in LOTW. If you need a paper QSL, please send an SASE. Effective Jan 1 2016, I will no longer be able to answer bureau cards.
73 de Max NG7M & Jim W7CT
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