Not had much radio time since Saturday due to family duties but did managed to find time to edit down some of the audio from the 144MHz SSB Amateur Radio Contest I received.
The first part of the audio was from the FUNCube Dongle, the latter part from the Ultra cheap NewSky DVB-T stick running the RTL-SDR driver.
Both were received using the loft mounted discone antenna which I believe is vertically polarised and so wasn't optimal since SSB is broadcast using horizontal polarization. Even so I was quite impressed with what I did receive with such humble equipment.The stations calling in the audio were G0VHF (morse and voice), M0KWP, M0BAA, 2E0KWM and G4SIV
144MHZ SSB Contest by nerdsville
Please note the corruption that can be heard toward the end of audio appears to be an artifact of the sound editor and/or the transcoding used by soundcloud as it wasn't in the original audio.