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.

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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Now trying out a home brew mag loop based on the G4ILO Wonder Loop.

Hi.
I just released my new WSPR Desktop transmitter.
It is an open source Arduino based transmitter just like the previous one.
This one comes built in a box with four low pass filters and covers either 137kHz-3,8MHz or 7-18MHz or 21-50MHz depending on what model you order.

Configured from a PC software but will operate standalone using it's built in GPS for time keeping and position.
Powered from 5V USB so it suitable both for the shack and on the road or hike.

Like many other WSPR'ers I have gone SDR. Recent 3 band spots have been from a KiwiSDR , a nice tool.
But from now on (5th November 2018) the RX is a Red Pitaya board running Pavel Demin's exceptional software on eight bands LF and up, I will continue using my 50cm. E field antenna which works very well and is almost invisible. Pavel has been very kind in assisting me over a silly set up error that came from You Tube!

I have been experimenting with my airspyHF+ for a couple of weeks now. It is a very nice device and I have been using gqrx on my linux laptop to view the entire 20m band, listen to QSOs, CW contacts and beacons. I've also used it to identify a few sources of strong QRM in my house.

Our URE LEGANES fellow EB4CUV, is doing an OFF ROAD trip.
Accompanied by QRP-LAB beacon U3 and MFJ antenne run on WSPR 30m every day, wiht very good reports.
GL & 73 de Alberto EA4GHB

On my systems, I got rid of that annoying "Development Purposes Only" message on the Maps produced on this website.

So, I use an Ad Blocker with Firefox. Yes, it's called AdBlock Plus. I don't use the latest "upgraded" FireFox, as it appears that the Crack FireFox Team destroyed all of FireFox's AddOn capability (which is what AdBlock Plus apparently is...). I don't know if there is a new version of AddBlock Plus that works with the new FireFox clunkware.

I'm pretty new here, and have been amazed at how many contacts I've already been able to log.
But even more exciting than the number of contacts is the variety of them: I regularly get
contacts from Japan, Antarctica, Hawaii, New Zealand and even the Cook Islands, all on 5 watts. Wow.

First TX
-100w dbm

Second TX
-50W dbm

October 16th 2018
1/2 wave inverted V @ 50 ft

Grid FN41 Smithfield, RI

I added a new 7-day km/Watt transmitter rankings list to the top of the km/Watt pages.

http://mardie4.100webspace.net/wspr_grids/kmwatt-17m.html

On 17m, DL6NL has the highest total (almost 3 times as much as the next highest station).

The rankings are based on the last 7 days of wspr reports and add all the km/Watt values of the unique reporters hearing the transmitting station each day.

Rare Haiti station on 160m wspr heard by all Europe:
2018-10-07 03:32 HH2AA 1.838099 -22 0 FK38 5 OZ0AP JO65eg 8042 37 1
2018-10-07 03:32 HH2AA 1.838100 -27 0 FK38 5 DL1SEH JN48pq 7922 44 1
2018-10-07 03:32 HH2AA 1.838092 -25 0 FK38 5 PA5GB JO33kd 7708 39 2
2018-10-07 03:32 HH2AA 1.838099 -28 0 FK38 5 LX1DQ JN39cq 7688 43 1
2018-10-07 03:32 HH2AA 1.838101 -24 0 FK38 5 F59706 JN07th 7365 46 1

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