He has a SDR-RX and an Icom R72. He lives in a quiet location and told
me about a 83m loop (i assume a horizontal one) and a 63m inv-L (don't
know at which height). I didn't see photos so far but i bet the inv-L
will generate a big signal for his RX.
He has not so much equipment for matching the inv-L to the RX on MF it
seems. I sent him some pictures and told him what he needs and how
matching is done best (clean earth, band limiting resonance circuit etc...).
Somehow it is more exciting if it doesn't work in the first attempt but
after testing and learning and improving a bit, isn't it? One day he
will get the first decode!
I 'found' his call on the WSPR map on 10m, so he obviously knows how to
run the software (time server etc...). I expect no problems from there
and assume that it is a matching problem or a noisy earth?....
Can see CT1JTQ QRV on WSPR map but he doesn't receive any station
Which is his Rx setup ?
73 de Luis
De: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]] En nombre de DK7FC
Enviado el: lunes, 08 de junio de 2015 21:28
Para: [email protected]
Asunto: LF: CT1JTQ
CT1JTQ will be RXing WSPR on MF this evening again. Has has been there
yesterday for the first time. As far as i know there is no permission to TX on
MF in CT but he said he likes RXing anyway. Sp if you see him and if you are
able to radiate a signal there, give him a chance to receive you :-) I started
TXing each 10 minutes...