|Subject:||Re: LF: 630m WSPR Log 17 June 2018 EK44sl|
|From:||David Bowman <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Sun, 17 Jun 2018 23:04:24 +0000|
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Nicely done Juan.
There is even one report at -22dB in there which is much better than -29 or -30.
If you take a look at the WSPRnet database, and sort the WA4SZE reports for distance, you
can compare your reports with others at a similar distance and see how well your antenna is performing.
One station you should be able to hear is ZF1EJ. It looks to be about 600km so should OK from your QTH.
If you don't have any luck with your dipole, a vertical (perhaps 10m of wire on canes or something quick) may be an improvement.
That would need to be tuned at the base with a large coil but a resonant antenna may be better.
It doesn't have to look neat to work! Here is something from a few years ago that was fun. http://g0mrf.com/500kAntenna.htm
2018-06-17 14:15 GMT+00:00 TG9AJR Juan Munoz <[email protected]>:
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