The Reverse Beacon Network (RBN)
In addition to providing the regular DX Cluster GB7UJS, you maybe interested in another "feed" I have arranged which is a de-duped RBN feed and in logging programs like Logger 32 this can be used at the same time as the DX Cluster by configuring the "Local Host" connection.
What is the RBN? it's a revolutionary new idea. Instead of beacons actively transmitting signals, the RBN is a network of stations listening to the bands and reporting what stations they hear, when and how well. Additionally, now, for the first time, you can compare your signal with those of your friends and competitors, in near real time. Just call CQ (in CW or a Digital mode) and see if you are being heard. RBN spots show the relative strength the station is being heard at and the WPM (words per minute) of the CW.The feed callsign is GB7UJS-3 on 126.96.36.199 port 8873
Feel free to give it a try, no registration required.... and the cost to use the
system is the same as for the cluster GB7UJS.... FREE.
If you are a regular user of the GB7UJS servers and find the facility useful please consider making a donation towards running costs.