WSPR 100mW 10m results today

A picture says more then 1000 words. I finally found a way to import the WSPR data from the database output on the website. It is rather complicated but will try to get back to that later. Interesting is that I can now finally do what I want with the data. I mean the things I like. Like a worldmap, a earthglobe and DXCC counting.

The globe is made through HRD V4 with google earth. The results were not shocking today. But for 100mW in my Alu-tape antenna not that bad.

I will try to reproduce everything tomorrow and write kind of a manual how to get the WSPR data converted to ADIF and then import it in your favorite logger.

Below all the spots that were made of my 100mW transmission today.



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

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