|Subject:||R: LF: Transmitting 2200m WSPR again|
|From:||"[email protected]" <[email protected]>|
|Date:||Thu, 2 Aug 2018 13:47:04 +0200 (CEST)|
jelly good although odd :-))) normally things works fine when we have all in a messy state on the workbench and refuse to work when placed in clean and well wired housing ;-)
Tonight will let the RX run on 2200m and maybe I'll graced to find tomorrow morning some reports of your transmissions.
GL Marco, IK1HSS
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Data: 2-ago-2018 13.02
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Ogg: LF: Transmitting 2200m WSPR again
I got the power supply and PA nicely installed with new cables now.
Covers on the boxes and everything. It still works! :-)
I want to see if I can again be heard by DL0AO or other DX during
summer, so I am again transmitting. For now, WSPR2 mostly during
hours of common darkness with Europe. After some days I might try
other modes, maybe WSPR15 or DFCW.
During operation last night a rain shower moved through. Antenna
resonance shifted, voltage and current went about 40 degrees out of
phase but the new PA didn't seem to mind. :-) I must get that
automatic variometer steering circuit built.
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