WSPR 160 & 80 meter

I saw propagation was good on the lower bands so I let WSPR run for a short time on 160 m and 80 meters. Here are the results.

Paul Stam, PC4T, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from the Netherlands. Contact him at [email protected]om.

4 Responses to “WSPR 160 & 80 meter”

  • Fred VE3FAL:

    Paul what software are you using, that is a cool screenshot..

    Fred

  • Paul PC4T:

    Hi Fred, I am using PicMonkey, it’s a online photo editor. And it’s free. 73 Paul

  • Sergey UA6LPN:

    Paul, what power are you using and what antennas on 160/80m for QSO, usually?

    73! Sergey

  • Paul PC4T:

    Hi Sergey, I make no qso’s on 160 and 80 meters, because my antenna is not really good. Hi. I use a end fed wire tuned for 40-20-10m but I can tuned it for 160 m and 80m with less efficiency. But I can use it for WSPR, most of the time 5 watts. 73 Paul

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