The Weak Signal Propagation Reporter Network is a group of amateur radio operators using K1JT's MEPT_JT digital mode to probe radio frequency propagation conditions using very low power (QRP/QRPp) transmissions. The software is open source, and the data collected are available to the public through this site.

I am a newbee to WSPR. 3 hours, I think!
In WSPR 1.0 you can tell the program what the frequencies you wish to use are. In WSJT7 you can't .. are they fixed by choosing the band?
Next, in 1.0 you can give it a % to transmit. in WSJT7 you can't .. at least I havn't found it if you can. Is it fixed? Random?
Thanks in advance.
Al
wa4ewv
em70ce

Starting from july 27th, I will be travelling with a group from the astronomy club of Orsay (France) from Ulaan-Baatar to the Altaï mountains to watch the total solar eclipse of august 1st, 2008.

http://f6epymongolia2008.blogspot.com/

I should be QRV from JT land during the trip through the Gobi desert and from the eclipse camp with the following callsign:

JT1EPY Ulaanbaatar
JT1EPY/6 Uvur-Hangai province
JT1EPY/8 Gobi-Altai province
JT1EPY/0 Khovd province

(Thank you again to Khos JT1CD, Secretary of the MARS)

I found WSPR 1.0 and WSJT7 with WSPR QSO mode today on Joe's (K1JT) site. I already downloaded them and installed both programs. So far they are running well.

So: Where to place WSPR QSO frequencies in the bands ?? We should *NOT* use the WSPR beacon frequencies !!!
I have no idea (for the moment) if appropriate 200 .. 400 Hz (Yes Hertz) segments above or below the WSPR frequencies are available ?!?

So comments please ...

73 de Christoph DF9CY

RX is IC-R9000
ANT is Active magnetic loop antenna ALA 1530 Wellbrook

I've moved the server on which WSPRnet.org resides. Please let me know if you notice any issues which might be a result of the move.

I also cleaned a bunch of bogus spots out of the database earlier today. I know there are a few more bad spots, but not thousands!

There have been a few threads on antennas, but I think it's important to provide more than that. An equipment baseline can give the amateur receiving the spot a lot more information about just how strong/good the propagation was, and how effective changes on their end are. There is certainly a difference in being received at low power over any distance by a person with a 100FT tower and tribander than the fellow with the 33' long wire.

At M0DUO I am using the following on WSPR:
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On the 16th of June I noticed some instability on my MSF time locking system on my MEPT on 10.140073MHz. I thought I sorted it but yesterday there were no Spots. I was busy and only popped in the shack to change bands etc.
A further check today revealed that whilst there was no instability there was no sync either and hence the WSPR was off on timing.

Apologies for this. It is now back on test with a slight modification, please check for Spots of the WSPR.
Reports/Captures are welcome of the Graphical modes also.

I am nteresting in this mode. I try make QSO with low power on sort wave.
I am 61 years old and living in Kaunas, Lithuania. I have also held the calls LY2NH, LY2PAM, JT0/LY2PAM
Now i am using TRX ICOM-706 in QRP mode and dipoles antenna.
My hobby - QSO on 40 and 30 M in digital mode.

73, Alex ,
LY2AM
ly2am@takas.lt

I am nteresting in this mode. I try make QSO with low power on sort wave.
I am 61 years old and living in Kaunas, Lithuania. I have also held the calls LY2NH, LY2PAM, JT0/LY2PAM
Now i am using TRX ICOM-706 in QRP mode and dipoles antenna.
My hobby - QSO on 40 and 30 M in digital mode.

73, Alex ,
LY2AM

My Multimode MEPT on 10.140073MHz has had a new visitor tonight.
Being in the Graphical Mode Sector (10.140000 to 10.140100MHz) it normally, unless someone miss tunes in error, literally does require a visit. Simply by setting the Dial frequency to 10.1386 and the Frequency in the 10.140100 to 10.140200MHz range.
The MEPT provides a guaranteed drift fee WSPR signal every 6 minutes starting on the Hour. After XX:18 the sequence then repeats at XX:20 and XX:26 etc up to the hour.
Power output is a genuine 40mW to a 10MHz 1/2 Wave Dipole.

When I adjust the time with the "Dsec"-button it change somtines the report-time from even to uneven.
In that case you find it in the database.

' 73 and good wispering
Peter , PE1DCD

I monitored 30m most of the weekend. Received many continental USA & CAN stations and a few European ones. Most impressive was 13702 km from 1 watt of ZL1BPU in New Zealand with S/N from -19 to -27dB.

Station of PE1DCD:
Name: Peter
QTH: Rotterdam
Grid: JO21fu
PC1: P3-700Mz, W98se, SB16, HM interface
PC2: P4-2600Mz , W2K, internal SoundMAX, HM interface
TRX: Yeasu FT897
PWR: 5W (sorry, less is not possible)
Feedline: abt 17 meter RG214u
Ant: 3 wire-coaxtrap-dipoles (80/40)(30/17/12)(20/15/10) HM
Ant: 6 meter dipole w. gamma match on rotor
The antenna is abt 3 meter above the roof of my 4-floor appartment.
The mainlob of the dipoles is North/south.
Good luck to all and '73
Peter

Just signed up and still in the reading / learning stages. More about me at
http://www.qrz.com/callsign/k4the
73 Dennis

I have been WSPRing on 6m all morning. I didn't see any stations at all. I use a loft mounted halo, so not brilliant, but at least its omnidirectional.

I have just resurrected another laptop from retirement. I'm still assessing how good the clock is, but it has been ok for several hours. I can now run two stations, presently 6m and 30m, although 6m is off right now. In principle I would like to do some serious measurements at 6m, always a band that has fascinated me, but it does need some responses.

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