Hearham.live listener requires no special installation and provides a live notification sending you a text when a certain call sign (callsign of the radio user) is seen calling out. (currently, watching the Brandmeister and TGIF DMR networks.)
To use it, simply browse stations, select the one to watch and watch for a certain callsign to be used. These will show up as "0Mhz" as these are digital group listeners.
Hearham.live FM Analog:
HearHam.live for FM radio is a experimental notifier with two parts: a free software listener built for Linux machines listening on SDR on a specific frequency, and a web service to process and notify on anything close to a certain call sign.
Installing a uploader-listener
Grab the latest code from Github with the green button and "download zip".
Run the setup script which will download some large files and libraries for recognition.
Run the program and then select the upload button, entering the code that you see next to your channel.
Subscribe to a channel to get notified when your call sign is mentioned. Letters should be spoken clearly into the mic.