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Sorry, all my spots from 0210-1136Z reported on 20M were actually 630M spots. Please correct the database. Thank you and 73

Harv
K2PI

I'll be listening on 474 KHz tonight using WSPR-15 mode in case any of the Lowfers are interested. Gear is a 43 Foot vertical, Funcube Pro+ Dongle, and Clifton Labs low pass filter designed to cut off local BCB signals.

I'll be listening on 474 KHz tonight using WSPR-15 mode in case any of the Lowfers are interested. Gear is a 43 Foot vertical, Funcube Pro+ Dongle, and Clifton Labs low pass filter designed to cut off local BCB signals.

I'll be listening on 474 KHz tonight using WSPR-15 mode in case any of the Lowfers are interested. Gear is a 43 Foot vertical, Funcube Pro+ Dongle, and Clifton Labs low pass filter designed to cut off local BCB signals.

Put the Funcube Pro+ dongle on 30M tonight, attached to a 43 Ft. ground mounted vertical on the West side of the house, and let it run. It's a surprising receiver, with great sensitivity across a wide range. I was pleasantly surprised to see quite a few VK loggings when I woke up this morning. As a stand-alone receive only WSPR system, I'm pretty impressed with the little Funcube.

Been having fun listening on 474KHz, and bagging a number of good stations on WSPR-2 mode using my funcube pro plus dongle and SDR Console software. Recently acquired a Clifton Laboratories filter to get rid of some local BCB QRM and now hearing much better.

Next few days I will listen at night with WSPR-15 mode. If you transmit on 600M, I'd love to see how this mode works.