The aim is to encourage amateur radio operators to come and try FreeDV HF Digital voice.[table “” not found /]
If you have FreeDV set up with your HF station why not tune in and see how you go? You can use one of the many open source software packages or perhaps using an SM1000 FreeDV modem to receive (and transmit FreeDV. You can visit the AREG HF Digital Voice project page for more information as well!
You can also log your FreeDV WIA Broadcast reception report here:
For more information about FreeDV please visit the www.freedv.org website or log onto Internet Relay Chat (IRC) on irc.freenode.net. (http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=freedv) and connect to the #freedv channel.
Update: 17th January 2016 Activity
Following on from the broadcast reports were coming in from around the country. Some could decode it successfully, some couldnt. As this is an experiment, we are interested in all results. The following are some of the feedback received:
Michael VK5ZEA in Port Lincoln (~230km away) posted these samples:
Andrew Scott VK3BA in Melbourne (~700km away) posted this sample:
Thanks to Andrew and Michael for posting samples of what they received online!