OK and fine at all to resolve that.
But don't worry, now it is GOSLN who took back this habit :
2016-05-03 10:04 G6JVT 0.001455 -21 0 IO90st 0.2 G0SLN
IO94hu 454 353
2016-05-03 10:04 PI9ESA 0.001507 -13 0 JO22 0.2 G0SLN IO94hu
2016-05-03 10:04 DL1FX 0.001528 -23 0 JN49gr 0.2 G0SLN
IO94hu 882 314
2016-05-03 10:04 DL9SCO 0.001535 -20 0 JN58 0.2 G0SLN IO94hu
2016-05-03 10:04 DD2JM 0.001557 -25 0 JO31 0.001 G0SLN
IO94hu 670 307
73 de Andy.
From: Chris Wilson
Sent: Tuesday, May 3, 2016 12:18 AM
Subject: Re: LF: WSPR spotting map anomalies
Monday, May 2, 2016
No worries Nick, and thanks for your reply, these things happen, not
life changing, nor has it cost me any £££'s :) Be good to see more
folk on LF, I hope you will have a shot at it! And I hope you enjoyed
your holiday, assuming that was what it was.
Chris 2E0ILY mailto:[email protected]
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'