|Subject:||Re: LF: WSPR spotting map anomalies|
|From:||PA7EY <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Sat, 30 Apr 2016 10:11:32 +0200|
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Do you refer to entries like this one?
Seems to me that the receiving end does report the audio frequency as if no band information has been entered into the decoder software.
The WSPRnet reporter appears to work with boundaries, e.g. everything below 150 KHz goes into the LF department (the 150 KHz is just something I imagined, could be some other value as well)
If you look on WSPRnet reporter M0HGU is always at the receiving end for LF, looking into others reporting M0HGU his main activity is on 30, 40 and a little bit on 12, over the last week.
F6PRA in the example was active on 40 meter at the time.
2016-04-30 9:07 GMT+02:00 Chris Wilson <[email protected]>:
30 April 2016
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