More 100mW on 10m WSPR results

Although the sunspot number was not promising today I decided to give it another 100mW go. And was not dissapointed. Still no VK, but have been received at Reunion Isl. today. Although I thought this 5mW from VU2SWS was amazing I observed her reports today and think that she did not set the power correct in the WSPR program. Probabely she was using 5W, there was a connection with the internet but she reported only 5W WSPR stations. Below my results today. I can now make decent cards with mapper through HRD V4. I will post a step-by step manual tomorrow about converting WSPR data to ADIF.


WSPR TX with 100mW                     WSPR RX Worldwide                 WSPR RX USA East

 

Bas, PE4BAS, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Groningen, Netherlands. Contact him at [email protected].

3 Responses to “More 100mW on 10m WSPR results”

  • Chad KJ4VYI:

    cool info — would like to know what rig you are using for your 10m wspr rig and what are you keying it with — looked at your blog but did not find any info — what freq are you using for wspr and are there any set freq for wspr on 10m — been working on a beacon for 10m but still have a few bugs to work out
    thanks

    Chad
    KJ4VYI

  • Hello Chad, I use a Yaesu FT817ND and keying it with a VOX modem (SEC PSK-10) see the tab station at my blog. To get 100mW I set it to 500mW and lower audio output of the computer till it is 100mW. For frequencies and more info about WSPR please visit WSPRnet.org

    73, Bas PE4BAS

  • Mike VE3WDM:

    Hi Bas, that sure is great results and to think all with just 100mW’s. Looking forward to the post about converting to ADIF.

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