Some WSPR updates…

April 7, 2009 | Amateur Radio | By: Mark VandeWettering

First of all, starting within the next eight hours or so, my WSPR operations will shift over to 40m for a Wednesday “Special Activity Day” (check out wsprnet.org for details). During that time, my grabber will likely be imaging a part of the 40m spectrum which will likely have little/no activity, so it might not be that interesting. At some point after that, I’ll likely try to shift over to 17m when conditions favor it. The beacon will return to operation on 30m by Thursday, April 9 UTC.

Next, I’d like to note that I’ve had some nice propagation on 30m, including three distinct times where openings to Australia seem possible, and my first spot from Finland, courtesy of OH3QN.

I’ve also added a Cluster Map to find out where people are accessing my grabber from. Here’s the map from today:
qrssinfo-world

Very nice!

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