Radio Signal Identification (Sample Audio and Waterfall Images)
Did you ever wonder what some of those strange radio signal beeps, boops, squeals and braps are when you tune across the radio frequencies? Click the link below for a neat wiki page, off one of The DXZone and Sigidwiki.com website pages, that not only allows you to listen to short audio segments of them but also shows what the signal looks like in a waterfall image.
Posted on July 29, 2014, in Ham Radio Articles, Propagation, Radio Operations, Receiver and tagged DXZone, KB8FIR, radio signal identification, radio signals, Spence Graham, Spencer Graham, Spencer W. Graham, Spencer W. Graham II, WT8WV, WVUSWG. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.