In “The Reverse Beacon Network” (Oct. 2016 QST, pp. 30-32), Pete Smith, N4ZR, and Ward Silver, N0AX explain how the Reverse Beacon Network (RBN) is used to observe and report both CW and RTTY communications to the DX spotting network and to a data archive. This article explains how to be spotted by the RBN, how to download RBN data, and also how to become an RBN receiving node. HamSCI is encouraging amateur radio operators to become RBN receivers, as this will provide useful data to DXers, contesters, and scientists alike. More information can be found at the Reverse Beacon Network website. Those interested in becoming RBN node operators are also encouraged to join the SkimmerTalk listserv.