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LF: AW: WSPR spotting map anomalies

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Subject: LF: AW: WSPR spotting map anomalies
From: Markus Vester <[email protected]>
Date: Sat, 30 Apr 2016 10:00:00 +0200
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The database shows the frequency of those spots as 0.0015x MHz (i.e. audio rather than RF). So the station is receiving somewhere on HF but forgot to enter the correct band in his WSPR instance.


All the best



Von: Chris Wilson
Gesendet: Samstag, 30. April 2016 09:09
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Betreff: LF: WSPR spotting map anomalies


30 April 2016



Why do I sometimes see massive LF activity around a callsign I am

pretty sure is not even active on LF, on the WSPR map? M0HGU also

shows in the database as well as on the map. Example below, thanks.







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