WSPR 6M Activity Day 9th February 2011

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David, G8LZE

Tue Feb 08 2011, 09:48AM
Why not give WSPR a try?

Introduction to WSPR by G4ILO at
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[ Edited Tue Feb 08 2011, 09:49AM ]
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Leigh, VK2KRR
Sun May 08 2011, 02:21AM
Leigh, VK2KRR
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HI David,

Any reports about how these days have gone? What paths were made and how many operators were giving it a go ?

Leigh VK2KRR
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David, G8LZE
Sun May 08 2011, 03:23PM
David, G8LZE
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Leigh,
It seems the statistics take a bit of time to be prepared for download. The February figures are not listed yet but I'll keep an eye open. Generally WSPR on 6 metres is under used but there is a hard core of spotters and the number is growing slowly. I am hoping that more people will make the effort now that the Es are starting.All the best,David
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Leigh, VK2KRR
Sun May 08 2011, 08:55PM
Leigh, VK2KRR
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Hi David,
I cant remember which day it was, but in the past few weeks I recall seeing an opening on the 6m WSPR map from EU to NA across the Atlantic. Was quite exciting to see.
There appears to be a lot more stations on WSPR 6m now in the northern hemisphere as summer arrives up there.

Leigh VK2KRR
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