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.

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

Tx/Rx Daily beaming NE from Raleigh, NC using 7 element Yagi @80' and 400W between 2100z-2230z.
I am looking to see when 80M opens to Eu and trying to get a sense of how many dB of attenuation occurs before band opens.
I was hoping that WSPR may be able to look down into the noise further than SSB or CW, but am disappointed so far. A good CW ear can hear into the noise as good as WSPR seems to be able to hear into the noise and all the big guns aren't on WSPR, which limits how far down the attenuation actually goes before 2100z.

I started this WSPR journey back in June of this year when i acquired the Zachtek desktop TX from Harry. I have an interest in Low band propagation so a good easy starting point for me is 160m. I knew back then that i had to build an effective antenna system and i also knew that a good earth system was paramount to my future success.

I've been recently transmitting WSPR on an FL2000-based VGA adapter, using the osmo-fl2k library to use one as a fast DAC. I initially didn't get any spots, but after adding a small amplifier of about 100 mW, started getting spots on all bands from 160m to 20m.

Now I tried it without an amplifier into a bit longer random wire antenna, and finally got some spots "barefoot" on 40m! That's just 2 mW from the VGA port into an antenna through some low pass filtering and matching.

VU2UUU is QRV from ML88nk on 20m WSPR during the 26-Dec-2019 Solar Eclipse to observe the propagation conditions.

Pi esp32 guru. Shocked at my 1/5 watt tapr hat on my pi and 46’ centerfed dipole thumb tacked to the garage attic roof beam.

SDR on pi in kitchen receiving away, but only me coming in until I put it on the real dipole.

Thinking of one pi, dual service transmitting 2 min, then receiving 18min.

It is 2019 December as I post this message. Operating on 630m Band with about 1 watt EIRP. Still looking for amp to improve coverage.

Thank you all who provide your reports to wsprnet.org.

I am new to W.S.P.R. I am at the setting up stage and intend to operate on HF. 6m. and 4m. (70MHz.)

Site Maintenance: November 16th, 2019

Forums: 

Dear Users,

We are going to take the site offline for a few minutes around 16:15 UTC, and make a change to the database that I hope alleviates the performance issues.

For the 24-28 hours the spot database will be missing older spots. I will repopulate it slowly, starting with today's spots.

Thanks for your patience.

Gary W1GJM

Happy to celebrate passing the US general license exam last Saturday, 9 November, in Windsor, Colorado. It took some time to press the information into this aged grey matter but at last success. 73!

KE0RXF

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