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Re: LF: Re: WSPR 630m

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Subject: Re: LF: Re: WSPR 630m
From: "Markus Vester" <[email protected]>
Date: Wed, 18 Feb 2015 22:25:34 +0100
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If you receive yourself, wspr(x) will decode and display your own callsign locally, but the spots won't appear in the wsprnet database. You could circumvent this by modifying your callsign in the wsprx setup dialog (eg. something like DK1KQ/2), but normally this is not very useful.
 
BTW those unid dashes on 136.7 kHz actually looked a bit like failed 33% wspr transmissions, except for wrong frequency, missing modulation, and slightly short. 
 
73, Markus
 

From: DK7FC
Sent: Wednesday, February 18, 2015 6:22 PM
Subject: Re: LF: Re: WSPR 630m

Hi Uwe,

If you can decode other stations, you must of course decode yourselfe as
well. If not, there is either a time- or frequency shift. You will see
it in the WSPR-waterfall. As a test, disconnect your RX antenna and look
on your own signal which should be strong enough. It must appear to the
right time and frequency band.
Maybe you are transmitting 1500 Hz to high? I don't know the Ultimate 3s
but maybe there is the old problem with that "dial" frequency. "dial" is
set to 474.200 kHz. Just try that to be sure...

73, Stefan

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