We welcome offers of hosting a new WWLLN sensor to add to the list below. All hosts receive all the world-wide data for their own research on monthly CDs. In return, each host provides the computer and meets any local expenses like power, Internet, and maintenance. However, do not think that a sensor on your own campus is going to give you lightning location data on its own. Only the whole network does that.

Wideband VLF spectrograms from all WWLLN stations are available by clicking on the station name below.
We currently have over 50 sensors around the globe to detect sferic activity in the VLF band, listed below in the order of their establishment: