Archive for tag: mept

More WSPR/MEPT developments…

March 22, 2009 | Amateur Radio | By: Mark VandeWettering

This morning I was scanning my WSPR logs and my MEPT screenshots for the night. It seemed to be pretty good. I had quite a number of spots into Australia overnight: both from VK6DI (who is nearing the end of his time in VK6 land, we hope to see you again back on the eastern […]

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VK6DI spots my MEPT beacon…

February 8, 2009 | Amateur Radio | By: Mark VandeWettering

I just got mail from David, VK6DI. He’s reported spots of my WSPR beacon a few times in the last few days, and I’ve been trying to see if his grabber shows my MEPT beacon (the MV”). He sent me an email today, with the following screen grab: Yep, that’s my beacon. Running an output […]

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Aircraft reflection? Or something else?

January 12, 2009 | Amateur Radio | By: Mark VandeWettering

This duplicates a posting I made on the wsprnet.org website. Aircraft reflection? Or something else? | WSPRnet On Saturday, Jan 10th, I had my transmit-only beacon that I wrote sending both a visual MEPT indicator (the MV that you can see in the attached image) and the WSPR beacon, and tried out a simple program […]

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MEPT beacon visible in Ohio

January 6, 2009 | Amateur Radio | By: Mark VandeWettering

W8LIW’s grabber on 30m is currently showing my “MV” beacon transmissions as well as the DFCW of VE1VDM (I presume) and the flying W of W1BW, as well as the faint sawtooth of WB3ANQ. I can’t spot myself on W1BW’s grabber at the moment: my ability to get into Concord, MA seems limited over the […]

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K6HX beaconing on 30m with WSPR/MEPT

January 1, 2009 | Amateur Radio | By: Mark VandeWettering

Okay, I hadn’t been doing any WSPR beacon operations since before Thanksgiving (which was also before my new callsign) and I was kind of bored today, so I dug out my power supply, tuner and interface and set my computer beaconing again on 30m. It’s a combination beacon: using WSPR above 10.140100, and a visual […]

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