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.

Hello all,

We did put up a 100mW Softrock 14 MHz WSPR beacon PI4R at our office, feeding a FD3 windom 1.5 meters above the roof of a 7 storey building. 100mW, that's the same output power as a WiFi accesspoint here in Europe.

The reports you guys give to our beacon are plot in real time on an azimuthal map centered around our QTH. This display is put in the corridor of our office and shows each morning that our signal reaches Australia (18.000km) and each afternoon into central USA (8.000km).

73, Ben PA5BW

Hi,

I appreciate so much the tools provided by wsprnet.org. I am a newcomer but its very helpfull to check ant condx and propagation.

Today I got a RX report from more than 14000km on 80.

2013-11-05 22:02 EA3KU 3.594101 -25 0 JN00jv 5 VK6XT OF86td 14499 103

really surprised

Just to add my thanks to the creators, supporters and users of WSPR.
Best DX to date was yesterday, so really pleased:-
2013-11-04 18:54 VK2KRR 1.838103 -23 0 QF34mr +43 19.953 G8DYK IO85te 16800 10439

73 John

Thank you for freely giving a world of interested amateurs the technology of WSPR, to play with, and to learn from.

And to say thank you for the ongoing efforts of those who maintain the system and keep the whole 'shebang' operating.

Thank you for the playground and learning experience you have provided us.

CANT GET WSPR TO WORK WITH WINDOWS 7

2013-10-31 03:10 RX3DHR 1.838173 -18 0 KO94ks 5 DF6MK JN68ik 1925 259
2013-10-30 23:42 RX3DHR 1.838174 -21 0 KO94ks 5 DD3KF JO30bs 2226 272
2013-10-30 21:54 RX3DHR 1.838160 -16 0 KO94ks 5 GM8LYS IO87tb 2543 293
2013-10-30 21:38 RX3DHR 1.838197 -26 0 KO94ks 5 DK6UG JN49cm 2153 267
2013-10-30 20:28 RX3DHR 1.838172 -18 0 KO94ks 5 PA0O JO33hg 2095 279
2013-10-30 19:30 RX3DHR 1.838175 -19 0 KO94ks 5 MW0CVT IO81jp 2781 280

On September 21, I spotted Steve (W1CK) on 80m WSPR. Happy, it was said that the next step was on 160m. Well! It's done this morning:
2013-10-28 06:32 W1CK 1.838159 -27 0 DM13ie 5 F59706 JN07th 9190 37
2013-10-28 06:46 W1CK 1.838159 -27 0 DM13ie 5 F59706 JN07th 9190 37

The west coast is a first time for me on 160m wspr. I must remember that this is Tom (G8HUH) which paved the way two days earlier:
2013-10-26 04:26 W1CK 1.838032 -26 0 DM13ie 5 G8HUH IO81mg 8651 36

Here is an updated map of 144 MHz WSPR Study Stations and propagation paths.
https://maps.google.com/maps/ms?msa=0&msid=200970957404860185210.0004c27...

Download the KML file from the page and open it in Google Earth
To view an elevation profile, right click on the propagation path and select "Show Elevation Profile"

Carol, KP4MD

Another good night on 160m showing some DX activity on top band. Below is a sorted listing of *unique* contacts and distances achieved last night on 160 Meter WSPR.

A big thank you to all who participated on WSPR last night and esp. the 160m ops.

2013-10-25 10:18 N0NCO 1.838040 -25 0 EN35ki 5 VK2KRR QF34mr 14914 261

2013-10-25 13:10 VK2KRR 1.838100 -27 0 QF34mr 20 VE6PDQ DO34ir 13722 43

2013-10-25 03:06 WB5WPA 1.838025 -27 0 EM13qc 20 F59706 JN07th 7933 45
2013-10-25 01:56 WB5WPA 1.838054 -29 0 EM13qc 10 G8DYK IO85te 7295 39

2013-10-25 02:44 N0NCO 1.838159 -25 0 EN35ki 5 F59706 JN07th 6792 51

2013-10-25 02:00 K9PAW 1.838189 -27 0 EN61ar 1 F59706 JN07th 6723 51
2013-10-25 04:24 K9PAW 1.838194 -29 0 EN61ar 1 G4KPX JO02dj 6364 46

2013-10-25 03:00 N0NCO 1.838060 -27 0 EN35ki 5 G8DYK IO85te 6074 44

2013-10-25 02:00 K9PAW 1.838191 -25 0 EN61ar 1 G8DYK IO85te 6071 44

2013-10-25 02:12 VA3MW 1.838148 -26 0 FN04qm 5 F59706 JN07th 5930 56
2013-10-25 04:14 VA3MW 1.838153 -25 0 FN04qm 5 G4KPX JO02dj 5590 51
2013-10-25 02:12 VA3MW 1.838150 -24 0 FN04qm 5 G8DYK IO85te 5309 49
2013-10-25 02:52 VA3MW 1.838150 -28 0 FN04qm 5 K7ZL CN84jc 3503 285

2013-10-25 10:30 K4RCG 1.838110 -14 0 FM08xl 10 VE6PDQ DO34ir 3191 316

2013-10-25 03:12 W1FVB 1.838025 -28 0 FN44ej 1 VE6PDQ DO34ir 3161 306

2013-10-25 04:00 K9PAW 1.838192 -25 0 EN61ar 1 N6RY DM13id 2744 259

2013-10-25 03:00 WB5WPA 1.838049 -17 0 EM13qc 20 VE6PDQ DO34ir 2734 337

2013-10-25 02:40 KE7A 1.838035 -25 0 EM12kx 5 VE6PDQ DO34ir 2729 337

2013-10-25 06:48 VA3MW 1.838147 -10 0 FN04qm 5 VE6PDQ DO34ir 2707 307

2013-10-25 07:20 N6RY 1.838027 -33 0 DM13id 5 K9AN EN50wc 2702 65

2013-10-25 02:52 WB5WPA 1.838052 -28 0 EM13qc 20 K7ZL CN84jc 2597 306
2013-10-25 02:26 WB5WPA 1.838112 -29 0 EM13qc 10 W1FVB FN44ej 2490 52

2013-10-25 03:00 N0NCO 1.838063 -25 0 EN35ki 5 N6RY DM13id 2469 245

My 30m WSPR signal was picked up by VE3PLE tonight. He is not only close to me, he's even in the same grid square! The actual distance was about 2.7 mi/4.4 km. I was also heard by HB4FL, 6122 km away.

I have been experiencing these failures at an increasing rate as the number of spots has increased over the years. It seems that the server is overwhelmed during the first 20 - 30 seconds after each 2 minute period ends. There are seldom any failures between 00:00 and 08:00 UTC when the volume decreases.

I wonder if there is a way to configure WSPR software to wait for a number of seconds before uploading received spots to the server to spread the load out over a longer period? I am running WSPR 2.21. Uploading manually is an alternative, but not very timely.

hi all im new to this so please be patient

2013-10-20 19:30 RX3DHR 1.838175 -21 0 KO94ks 5 VK2KRR QF34mr 14256 99
2013-10-20 19:14 RX3DHR 1.838174 -18 0 KO94ks 5 VK2KRR QF34mr 14256 99

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