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Re: LF: WSPR spotting map anomalies

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Subject: Re: LF: WSPR spotting map anomalies
From: Nick <[email protected]>
Date: Mon, 2 May 2016 21:31:49 +0100
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On 30/04/16 08:07, Chris Wilson wrote:
> 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.


I am, indeed, not (yet) active on LF.

I have had a malfunction of the CAT interface between my radio and the
WSPR program. It seems it has occasionally failed in the past but I've
seen to tell-tale on the screen here.

This evening on my return there is a "can't talk to the radio" message

The frequency reported is in fact the offset from 1500 (the CAT was
reporting 0.00Hz as the tuned frequency).

I've been away for a few days and guess when it decided to play up?

Sorry to all for the 'noise'
'(...) And the Patrician has been ironical at me,' said Mr. Clete. 'I'm
not having that again.'
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