Whisper it!

I was at home but too busy to play radio, so I did the WSPR thing on 10 MHz all day. Here is a screenshot of the local morning session.As you can see I am right in the middle between JA2GRC, DU1MGA and W8TOD in Beijing. W8TOD in Beijing??? There must be something wrong with his set up of WSPR! But there isn’t. On the QRZ.com page of Warren you can read the following:

I live in Beijing, China currently and am operating under the “less than one watt” and the “it’s legal if you don’t get caught” rules.

There you go! Stay under the radar, mingle in the crowd and you can get your radio fix, even if it is not allowed. The radio situation in Asia is messy, so turn it into your advantage.

Mind you, I wouldn’t do what Warren does and as I wrote yesterday, I am very careful in my actions, because I want to enjoy my hobby for a long time. So I do my best to play by the rules, but I will bend them if necessary.

Hans "Fong" van den Boogert, BX2ABT, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Taiwan. Contact him at [email protected].

One Response to “Whisper it!”

  • Geoff ZL3PX:

    Heard you tonite 0618 -25 0.3 28126056 -1 W8TOD OM89 30 Interesting comments on your current QTH thought it was an error thanks again 73

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