WSPR decoding: Genesis G59 SDR vs. FT-920

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WSPR decoding: Genesis G59 SDR vs. FT-920
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WSPR reception/decoding test conducted with G59MK2 running side by side with FT920.
Vertical antenna with antenna splitter.

Here is the snapshot of FT-920. During the period of 18 minutes
6 signals were received and 6 calls decoded.

click here to see capture of FT-920

2010-10-05 08:34 W8LIW 7.040045 -23 1 EN81go 1 VK1AA/2 QF56oe 15210 262
2010-10-05 08:34 VK6DZ 7.040109 -17 0 OF84ux 5 VK1AA/2 QF56oe 3061 97
2010-10-05 08:34 WB4KLJ 7.040158 -21 0 FM18ku 2 VK1AA/2 QF56oe 15700 262
2010-10-05 08:30 NN6RF 7.040034 -20 0 CM87uw 2 VK1AA/2 QF56oe 11963 240
2010-10-05 08:30 7L4IOU 7.040064 -4 1 PM95wr 10 VK1AA/2 QF56oe 7822 170
2010-10-05 08:30 K3TEZ 7.040096 -21 0 FM18qx 5 VK1AA/2 QF56oe 15745 262

and here is the snapshot of G59:
12 signals received, 9 calls decoded.

click here to see capture of G59

2010-10-05 08:40 NN6RF 7.040054 -25 0 CM87uw 2 VK2DX QF56oe 11963 240
2010-10-05 08:40 VK1UN/1 7.040161 +6 -2 QF22lf 2 VK2DX QF56oe 715 54
2010-10-05 08:34 WB4KLJ 7.040176 -23 0 FM18ku 2 VK2DX QF56oe 15700 262
2010-10-05 08:34 VK6DZ 7.040127 -19 0 OF84ux 5 VK2DX QF56oe 3061 97
2010-10-05 08:34 W3GXT 7.040159 -23 0 FM19ol 5 VK2DX QF56oe 15737 263
2010-10-05 08:34 W8LIW 7.040063 -21 0 EN81go 1 VK2DX QF56oe 15210 262
2010-10-05 08:30 7L4IOU 7.040084 -7 1 PM95wr 10 VK2DX QF56oe 7822 170
2010-10-05 08:30 K3TEZ 7.040115 -24 0 FM18qx 5 VK2DX QF56oe 15745 262
2010-10-05 08:30 NN6RF 7.040054 -23 0 CM87uw 2 VK2DX QF56oe 11963 240
2010-10-05 08:24 W3GXT 7.040159 -22 0 FM19ol 5 VK2DX QF56oe 15737 263
2010-10-05 08:22 NN6RF 7.040053 -24 0 CM87uw 2 VK2DX QF56oe 11963 240
2010-10-05 08:22 VK1UN/1 7.040162 +5 -2 QF22lf 2 VK2DX QF56oe 715 54

note the clarity of G59 spectrum!

The most fascinating thing is that G59 was able not only to cope
with strong local signals but to decode flawlessly weak signals.

73 Nick VK2DX