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.

Tonight, I've looked for WSPR spots on LF, MF, 160M.
Strange spots I've seen.
Callsigns, powers, distances is fantastic!
Here It is:
Timestamp Call MHz SNR D Grid Pwr Reporter RGrid km az #
2018-12-30 05:18 O12TUC 0.137486 -29 0 KJ57 0.05 DL0AO/2 JN59vk 4997 342 1
2018-12-30 05:18 BJ3EQF 0.475617 -30 0 MH76 0.02 N2BJW FN34im 15444 325 1
2018-12-30 05:54 027FYN 1.838154 -29 0 KC19 100 OZ7IT JO65df 12905 353 1

Merry Christmas to all around the world !!

From WSPR 3.0 User’s Guide we know that computer clock must be correct to within about ±1 second.
I've tried to test it and find practicullar limits of error.
First PC is receiver, and have internet time sinchronisation.
Second PC is tranceiver and I setup clock as I want.

We can compare DT parameter on first PC, and get or get not spots from other WSPR world stations.
Band is 40M. Power is 0.5 W.

Accuracy clock manually setup is near one second.

Congrats to the guys who made it across the Tasman sea today on 2m WSPR.

2018-12-14 01:34 VK7HH/P 144.490500 -18 -1 QE37ld 50 ZL2IT RF80km 2519 km
2018-12-14 00:36 ZL3PX 144.490520 -15 RE66hm 5 VK2KCM QF56po 2161 km
2018-12-14 00:50 ZL3PX 144.490539 -16 1 RE66hm 5 VK2DVM QF56og 2144 km

This is just the beginning. We need a lot more stations active, if anyone has a good reference locked radio please join in and help us cover ore area and get more paths through.

A big round of applause to the following stations who conquered the Pacific Crossing tooday on 6m WSPR -

2018-12-14 00:50 N3IZN 50.294508 -24 0 DM13ji 50 VK5BC/P PF85mc 13347 km
2018-12-14 00:50 N3IZN 50.294501 -24 0 DM13ji 50 VK5ZK PF94jl 13226 km
2018-12-13 23:30 N3IZN 50.294505 -24 0 DM13ji 50 VK5AKK PF94ix 13212 km
2018-12-13 23:30 N3IZN 50.294523 -23 0 DM13ji 50 VK5PJ PF95mk 13164 km
2018-12-13 23:46 N3IZN 50.294521 -23 0 DM13ji 50 VK5LA QF05gq 13026 km
2018-12-14 00:14 N3IZN 50.294518 -18 0 DM13ji 50 VK3WE QF32se 12612 km

1) We can't receive second and higher harmonics of WSPR signal because
a) Subband's WSPR is not multiply on different bands.
Example: CW Signal 7030 KHz, second harmonic is 14060 KHz may be received by skimmers or operators.
WSPR signal 7040.100, second harmonic is 14.080.200 and not in 14.097.000...14.097.200 subband.
b) Four frequences of WSPR signal will have wider step in higher harmonics and could not be decoded.
See WIDER-2F-wspr.PNG

due to the situation that hams have to use two different frequencies for wspr activity on 60m, I tried to configure my equipment for decoding both signals at the same time. In Austria only RX is permitted on 60m :(
Flexradio 6300:
Slice 1: RX - Audio DAX RX1 - SmartSDR COM 4
Slice 2: RX - Audio DAX RX2 - SmartSDR COM 5
more tricky was to start wsjt-x in two instances.
Thanks ve2ebk for the post in FT8 Blog.
first instance in the windows cmd window with wsjtx
second instance with wsjtx -r=2

Finally a first active night on 160m with 213 UNIQUE dx spots "across the pond" by 53 spotters (NA+EU).
Recall of the previous season, first active night: Dec05-2017 258 UNIQUE dx spots.

Best RX stations of the night:
- SM4GOJ(15NA), GM4OAS(14NA), G8DYK(12NA), PA0O(11NA), PD0OHW(11NA), F59706(9NA), TF3Z(9NA), G0LUJ(7NA), OZ2JBR(7NA), AD5GH(6EU)

Good luck all,
Patrick, F59706

In conjunction with the 6m WSPR Group on Facebook, we have conducted a trial run of some awards for 6m WSPR operators in Australia during November. This was quite successful.

For December a similar awards scheme will be on offer. Awards are -

December 6m WSPR Two-Way Reports Top 5 -
The top 5 Australian stations as listed on the KB9AMG database will be eligible to claim the following gift voucher values as an award for their efforts. Vouchers can be from electronics, hardware, grocery stores etc.
1st $50, 2nd $40, 3rd $40, 4th $30, 5th $30.

Hello I'm learning how to post a report on this site. Could someone here show me how. I've been posting my posts on the wspr site in Twitter to Chris Fallen. Thx in advance Ve6gpt Gord

The spots from 17:54z to 18:46z (24 Nov.) were in MF, not LF band. Sorry.

Though I signed up over 2 years ago, I finally got everything configured and am on the air on WSPR. Putting out 1w for now through my end fed sloper. Hope to see a lot of data over the next period of time to help me understand how this station works.

I have been posting reports for 30M using my KiwiSDR and a 30 Meter loaded whip. Considering the band conditions, I have been pleased to see reports from up and down the west coast.

Heard Joe 8yrs ago ,update to the software display are magic. 73 good wspring
Ray G4AGE.

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