WSPR hash collision checker

When sending type 3 messages, i.e. a message with a six character locator e.g. JO65FR, in WSPR the call sign is hashed. This means that instead of sending the call sign a 15 bits hash code is sent. But the hash code is not unique to the specific call sign but "shared" with some other call signs. In such cases hash collision can happen if both transmitting stations are decoded by other stations irrespective of only one of the transmitting stations is sending type 3 messages.

I have made an online tool that you can use to check if there is a hash collision between your call and calls of other stations here: https://www.rfzero.net/documentation/tools/wspr-hash-collision/

Bo
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