28MHz WSPR 27th October or ‘Remember Golf Four Victor XRay Elephant’

I didn’t feel like playing in the CQWW SSB contest this weekend particularly. Remember the story of ‘Golf Four Victor X-Ray Elephant‘? Well, that! So this morning, I thought I’d set the 1W 28MHz WSPR running again for the day.

This was the result

No sign of VK or ZL this morning, but a very solid path into the Ukraine and further east this morning. PY2SDR was a very good path from midday onwards and some quite nice propagation into the US during the afternoon and early evening.W5OLF was the furthest west today. Just before the band closed, there were some very strong signals received from Germany – DK6UG and DB0ZDF featuring very prominently. Some Es, perhaps?

Tim Kirby, G4VXE, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Oxfordshire, England. Contact him at [email protected].

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