Tonight so far condx look good to NA
W1IR, KA1R, N1BUG, WA2ZKD/1
Sent: Monday, November 19, 2018 9:51 PM
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: LF: WSPR-15 last night
Thank you and the others for providing the signals!
Tonight has started off with Stefan decoding at -30. That is strong
enough even for WSPR-2. Hopefully it will be a good night and also
you will appear on my screen. :)
I see it did not upload to WSPRnet again. I'm sure if you guys are
awake and watching WSPRnet it would be nice to see spots appear, but
probably I will just wait until morning and upload all at once.
On 11/19/18 3:56 PM, Markus Vester wrote:
many thanks for the TA spots, and for not giving up on this! Big
At -41 dB, mine must have been pretty marginal. Due to high winds
my antenna is currently not fully raised, so radiated power is
some 4 or 6 dB below normal.
Best wishes, Markus
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Verschickt: Mo, 19. Nov. 2018 12:07 Betreff: LF: WSPR-15 last
WSPR-X has been running more than 30 hours! The only flaw was
that it did not upload to WSPRnet last night. I manually
uploaded periodically during the evening while awake, and just
uploaded the remaining spots this morning. I am using call sign
Last night I decoded DF6NM once, DK7FC 9 times, and EB8ARZ once.
Unfortunately I got the grid message only from EB8ARZ so his
call sign didn't show up and you won't see this spot on WSPRnet.
The type 2 message format can be disappointing sometimes.