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WSPR

 

My RX rig:

I regularly receive and decode tranmissions in WSPR mode, most often on the 20 meter band using my WSPR Receiver I ordered online from Zachtec, made in Sweden by Harry Zachrisson. My normal RX antenna is a 20 meter inverted V dipole, about 3 meters off the ground at its highest point, and almost always is from my home QTH at EM15ep. My recent confirmed receptions are logged here (FYI, I use the KG5JST/0 callsign for my receptions using the Zachtec receiver)..

My TX rig:

 

I also periodically run a WSPR beacon, normally transmitting with a Yaesu FT-817 into either my MFJ Hamstick 20 meter vertical antenna or a random long wire (using my MFJ -9201 QRPocket Tuner). Most often I can be heard on 20 meters, but I also sometimes run the beacon on 10, 12, 15, 17, 30 and 40. I most often transmit the beacon in the evenings, but I often go on the air at other times. My recent confirmed transmissions are logged here.

 

More detailed data (much of it incomplete):

 

  • QSL’s of my WSPR TX
    • North America
      • USA
        • Alaska
        • Hawaii
        • Puerto Rico
      • Canada
      • Mexico
      • Costa Rico
    • South America
    •  Europe
      • Belgium
      • Denmark
      • Germany
      • Luxembourgh
      • Norway
      • Sweden
    • Africa
      • Canary Islands
    • Oceania
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