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LF: Re: WSPR-2 on 630m last night

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Subject: LF: Re: WSPR-2 on 630m last night
From: "Federico" <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 21 Jun 2013 19:08:24 +0200
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Dr Stefan:

On the last night of DK7FC receptions in EA2HB WSPR were distributed as follows:

20h-1 Spot / 21h-4 Spots / 22h-4 Spots / 23h-2 Spots / 00h-6 Spots / 01h-2 Spots
02h-9 Spots / 03h-1 Spot

Spots of the 02 hours, plus the most numerous, were the most consistent in the SNR.

You estimate, reasonable use the Slot 02-03 UTC to try QSO, or perform a new test WSPR tonight to confirm trends?

The Slot 00-01 with 6 spots has not been bad, but the SNR was worse.

I hope your stories before you lose an hour of sleep to no avail.

73 Federico EA2HB

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Friday, June 21, 2013 1:32 PM
Subject: LF: WSPR-2 on 630m last night

MF,

To my big surprise there were 2 decodes at WD2XSH/17 last night on 630m. The QRN was terrible last night and there was a LOT of rain so the losses were high, hence the ERP was quite low!

Timestamp Call MHz SNR Drift Grid Pwr Reporter RGrid km az
 2013-06-21 01:18   DK7FC   0.475683   -27   0   JN49ik   1   WD2XSH/17   FN42pb   5927   294 
 2013-06-21 01:12   DK7FC   0.475683   -30   0   JN49ik   1   WD2XSH/17   FN42pb   5927   294 

It is the 21st of June, which is the shortest night in the year here! Anyway there was a propagation like in winter! Interesting. Could be due to the small area in darkness in the northern hemisphere? Once again, another example that shows it is alway worth to expect miracles!
BTW it's winter in VK! :-)

630m to Spain:

Also successful detections at EA2HB with best an SNR up to -19 dB, average about -23 dB. The database shows that the best time is arround 0 UTC. But due to the QRN, this night is not very representative. Anyway, promising!

Timestamp Call MHz SNR Drift Grid Pwr Reporter RGrid km az
 2013-06-20 22:30   DK7FC   0.475687   -19   0   JN49ik   1   EA2HB   IN93ah   1063   234 


73, Stefan/DK7FC


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