Nothern Utah WebSDR Logo - A skep with a Yagi Help support the Northern Utah WebSDR!

This WebSDR system doesn't come cheap - there are things like site rental, power, maintainence and upgrades that all cost $$$.
"But I don't have PayPal"
"I just want to donate with a credit card and don't want to set up a PayPal account"

If you don't have a PayPal account - or you just want to use a credit card and donate, perhaps anonymously, you can do this without a PayPal account:  Even if you do have a PayPal account and don't wish to log in, you can donate via a credit card.

To donate via credit card without logging in or without having a PayPal account, follow these steps:
  • Click on the link to the left.  It will take you to PayPal - but don't log in.
  • Enter the amount that you wish to donate.  You won't be able to proceed until you do this.  If you wish to make this a monthly donation, click the box.
  • Click on "Donate with a Debit or Credit Card".
  • You will get to a login screen, but click on "Pay As A Guest" at the bottom.
  • Enter your credit card information.  If you do NOT check the button that says "Save this information for next time." you will not need to set up a PayPal account or login.
  • Click "Donate Now"
  • You are done - Thank you!
If you do have a PayPal account and wish to donate via credit card rather than with your PayPal account, you can still do that - just follow the on-screen instructions

Thank you for your support!

Any monetary donations will be gratefully accepted - and the easiest way to do that is via PayPal using the link below:

With the link above, you can donate using your PayPal account - or you can use your credit card with or without a PayPal account.

You may make a one time donation - but note that you also have the opportunity, via PayPal, to do an automatic, periodic donation as well.

"I wish to donate, but I don't want to have anything to do with PayPal!"

If  you wish to donate, but would rather not use PayPal, you can still donate another way (e.g. check, money order, gold bullion, cash in an envelope...).  If you wish to donate this way send an email to letting us know what you have in mind - Thanks!

Acknowledgements of donations:

We would sincerely like to thank the following, in more-or-less chronological order, for their very kind $$$ donations::

Ron J.; Bill G.; Pat O.; Bill L.; Sid B.;  Jim P.;  Robb K., Rick L.,  Rick S., K7OW;  Rick W.;  Steve J.;  James S.;  USAF Flyer's Net;  Ed C.;  Ron J. (again!)

Daniel S.;  David B.;  Alan M;  William L.;  Dennis D.;  Mason R.;  Gary C. (recurring);   Stanley G.;  Bruce P.;  David K.;  Lee P.;  Lawrence H.;  Bill H.;  Noel L.;  Dale V.

S.R.C DVM;  David J.

There have been been donors in addition to those above and we thank them for their help!  If you donated and you aren't credited above - and you wish to be acklowledged - please drop a line to the email address, above.
The amount - large or small - is very much appreciated and it helps keep the system running, not to mention its further enhancements.  

Again, we wish to thank all of those who donated equipment, their time and/or money to make this system possible.

"Isn't this WebSDR supported by one of the local Utah ham clubs?"

The quick answer is:  No.  For various reasons (practical, legal, tax, liability, etc.) the Northern Utah WebSDR is its own, stand-alone organization and is NOT associated directly with any other amateur radio club.

Having said, that, many members of the local amateur radio clubs have provided assistance and support in the establishment and continued operation of  the WebSDR system and occasionally, one of them throws some money in our direction as a donation.

Why (have) there been ads on these WebSDRs?


The ads have been disabled for the time-being:  We are in the process of evaluating whether or not we will resume ads in the future - but this section was left to explain why we'd had ads in the past.

A WebSDR is not a natural resource!  To keep this WebSDR online there are some "fixed" expenses that we need to cover:
While we'd rather not have any ads at all, they are one way of providing a portion of the money that we'll need to keep this WebSDR running - and we'll try to make them as unobtrusive as possible.  If you run an ad blocker on your browser we do understand why, but consider "allowing" the ads on this site.

To be absolutely clear:

Additional information:

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