There are three ways to determine which beacons are being heard in various parts of the world.
You can check for spots made manually by amateurs who have heard the beacons and have posted
a spot on a local DX Cluster or directly to
DX Summit. Or, you can check with web pages showing automated
reception reports of the beacons by Faros software or the Reverse Beacon Network.
The Faros program from VE3NEA automates the monitoring of the beacons and saves the daily results as gif files which can be uploaded to a web site.
Faros Users please take note. The new callsign and location for the KH6 beacon requires downloading
an updated Beacon List file. Please download Beacon.lst and replace the existing file
in your Faros program folder (usually C:\Program Files (x86)\Afreet\Faros).