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.

Wired up the GPS receiver and set things in motion for a 10M presence. Its still tuning itself atm, but soon be there.
An excellent kit very well designed BTW.

Wired up the GPS receiver and set things in motion for a 10M presence. Its still tuning itself atm, but soon be there.
An excellent kit very well designed BTW.

I need the CAT codes for my FT-991 so I can use the radio with WSPR.
Surely there must be someone at Yaesu who has this information.

The last Yaesu rig I bought was an FT-817nd which had the CAT codes in the back of its manual.
But the FT-991 manual does not include the CAT codes.

The FT-991 advertising copy talks about digital modes. Not too useful without the CAT codes.
"It is illogical to withhold required information Kirk-unit!" - V'ger probe in STTMP

Hello all over there.

@ Admin

Is it possible to change the X-Axis of the above mentioned scales to a format like
the Y-Axis?
What I mean:

01/year 06/year 01/year+1 06/year+1 01/year+2 06/year+2 01/year+3
and so on.

It would be easier to compare the seasons for their propagation conditions.


I changed to hh:m4 and 14.097025 MHz as this looked like a freer slot for my friend OZ9U in Denmark. This is the worst direction for my antenna at the moment so it will be lucky to get through

I just uploaded a new video taking a first look at the SOTABeams Peak Endfed tuner. I made a WSPR test on 10 meters, and documented my first impressions about the tuner. Please do take a look.

Just like the ATX Walkabout, Ill do a complete WSPR test using the SOTABeams Peak Tuner and publish the results on YouTube.

As always 73 and good DX
Julian, OH8GEJ

I am thinking about using a WSPR beacon MM as a long distance position tracking as well as for studying propagation. My thoughts on tracking on my sailing blog with a picture of my breadbaord U3.

Licenced 35 years ago this past January, Extra class.

I am nobody in WSPR and ready to learn from bottom !

All suggestions how to start will be very much apreciated !

thanks and best 73 de i4oqa 7 Yoky.

Hello All

Myself and other will be running WSPR beacons tonight.
Set your dial at 474.2 khz upper side band.
I will be running 2 watts ERP into 60 ft vertical.
This station has been copied all over the US , AK, HI, Canada and EU
There is some info on qrz-dot-com.
My Call sign is WG2XXM ( Experimental License ).
Unless you have an experimental license you may not
transmit on this band.
However you can monitor and upload your spots.( Much Appreciated )

73 Ken WG2XXM / K5DNL

Using 1/4 wave fan dipole. 20ft up on 40,30,20+ 15m. Rig - Kenwood ts440s. At cabin using hustler 3b with 3 dovetail raidials. Works well

I have built a new shack which is located outside of my house. Okay so the XYL finally got the ham radio out of the house, but it took her 45 years to do it.

** Updated 2015-02-05 Thu. 1455z with wire splice block link, instructions **
For Bob, a quick listing of the components used to build the 160m loop which is hung or supported in a vertical plane.

Active night on 160m between 03:10z and 07:40z with 196 dx spots "across the pond" in the wsprnet database. Thanks to two NA stations: WB5WPA heard by 6 EU stations, K3KQV (new entrant) heard by 11 EU stations. To note also G4BOO heard by K9AN and N2NOM, and ON7KO heard by N2NOM.

Don't quite know what this problem is, or indeed who!

73 John ET/G8DYK

each time I try too use WSPR 4.0 r4171 beta, it exits as soon as the TX cycle starts, had thought it was DIR permissions but alas not, all my other version of WSPR seem to be happy using the same COM and audio ports but not this one.

Have others had success or should I go back to old faithful (v2.21)

Peter, vk5pj