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.

Today, I finally managed to get the Raspberry Pi 4 to communicate over RealVNC with my iPad and the Icom IC-7300.
The most difficult issue was getting the RealVNC to provide a desktop image to the iPad.
Most of the instructional YouTube videos and other instructional webpages assume that their audiences are reasonably well-versed in Linux.
I know virtually NOTHING about Linux.

Hello,

I operate in 20m (14.0956) and 40M (7.0386) SIMULTANEOUSLY.

I am running a simple Lenovo Thinkcentre Mini PC headless connected to an SDRPlay DUO. The SDRPlay DUO has the same antenna attached to both inputs ( 100' of 16GA wire hanging in the fence which is 6' tall) no baluns no nothing, the cable literally soldered to a coax with a PL in the other end.

New to the group. Thanks to ian VK5CZ for spurring me on with wspr..
Had an old Pi so gave it a try with a simple 40 meter filter. no amplifier..
Amazed to see some hits in the USA and Canida.
Tried 80 meters last night and not one hit.. Ha
Hope everyone is sticking to the rules and keeping safe.
Best
Ian

I have created a new box, containing WSPRlite and Three Band Compact Low Pass Filter Kit, both made by Soatabeams.
WSPRlite incorporates 30 and 20 m bands-
Filter Kit for 160, 80 and 40 m, selected by a switch.
This runs on my TC2M-antenna, when this is not used for QSO.
The TC2M-antenna was designed by Martin Ehrenfried G8JNJ. I built this antenna in 2015. For more information on this antenna see: https://issuu.com/radio-m05/docs/tc2m-reusenantenne

Finally got a 10 GHz transverter and a small dish. The station will be moving to the NW side of Moore, Oklahoma. Any helpful information operating 10 GHz would be appreciated.

W5GHZ

Hi All -

I swear there is some sort of odd sequence of changing bands, and having the selected band in the WSJTx app snap back to the previously selected band.... but can not figure out the click sequence to duplicate the issue. Or who knows, maybe I just suffered multiple brain aneurysms :O

In either case, I dumped a half hour or so worth of 20 M data into 160 M this AM - this is probably the second or third time this happened - sorry about that folks...

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Hi All!

Config:
SDR SoftRock Ensemble RXTX
HDSDR
WSJT-X
PC on Intel Core 2 Duo CPU

output pwr 0,5...1w

Link: - http://r0aek.me/_content/wspr_station/

73!

Cool feature. I have been an advocate of QRP ops since my Novice days. It is always fun to log an entry on less than 5 watts while many other stations have their antennas glowing -- especially on digital and CW modes. The sunspot cycles are somewhat frustrating but we are heading back to better solar weather, it seems. Certainly looking forward to that.

I started running 5W WSPR on my in-the-shack mag loop antenna this morning, resulting in hits from Canada and Australia. Amazing. QTH: Virginia.

G4VRT QTH IS IN IO93

After running the Australian 144 MHz WSPR Leaderboard Summer series over December 2019 and January 2020 (month either side of the summer solstice here), we have tallied up the results and have your overall winners.
You can find the full Top 10 results at https://www.ahrdf.net/forum/showthread.php?tid=912&pid=4016#pid4016
Or at the VHF & Above WSPR Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/904392903013315/

After running the Australian 50 MHz WSPR Leaderboard Summer series over December 2019 and January 2020 (month either side of the summer solstice here), we have tallied up the results and have your overall winners.
You can find the full Top 10 results at https://www.ahrdf.net/forum/showthread.php?tid=913&pid=4017#pid4017
Or at the 50 MHz WSPR Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/groups/361822510505153/

I use an Ultimate 3 with a 10db attenuator. The transmission power is 10dBm (measured with oscilloscope to be sure).
With this power, the signal traveled 13,145 km, or 1,314,500 km per watt.

2020-02-10 20:00 HB9FGK 10.140113 -28 0 JN37kb 0.01 DP0GVN IB59ui 13145 186

WSPR is very fun !

when I try to reset the map it stays the same

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