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I had several more times where the Raspberry Pi seemed to lock up requiring a power cycle. I moved the micro-sd card to an older Model B+ single core board to make sure the Pi2 wasn't the issue. First thing I noticed is that the WsprPi program started normally and appeared by the screen output to be running, but didn't actually transmit as far as I could tell. I re-compiled the software and it again began transmitting.

Have been wanting to try WSPR for a while and finally got some time to set up a Raspberry Pi board with a TAPR WSPR-Pi hat set up. Running my first test today, I am getting many far away reports on my signal which is very exciting.