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RE: LF: MF WSPR

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Subject: RE: LF: MF WSPR
From: "Clemens Paul" <[email protected]>
Date: Fri, 4 Jan 2019 17:25:47 +0100
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 >For comparison:
>PA0A was peaking here within the last two weeks up to +18dB SNR
>with no detectable sidebands at all.

Just checked DH5RAE,who is located about 64km from here.
He reaches up to +25dB SNR,also without decodable sidebands since this season.
Obviously he has improved the filtering of his PS because in the last years
he regularly used to produce even triple decodes.

73
Clemens
DL4RAJ  

>-----Original Message-----
>From: [email protected] 
>[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Clemens Paul
>Sent: Friday, January 4, 2019 12:47 PM
>To: [email protected]
>Subject: RE: LF: MF WSPR
>
>>By the way you have a very clean signal here: although often you have
>> here a SNR of +10dB or even more (like the next door HAM hi)
> >in the waterfall I can barely see the  ±100 Hz traces with 
>no decode. 
>
>Here with Perseus SDR the 100Hz sidebands are decoded between 
>-37dBc and -41dBc (below the shifted
>carrier) if the SNR exceeds +11dB.
>Maximum SNR was +27dB with Perseus RX (and +31 with the Reuter 
>Pocket RX [DL4RAJ/2] ).
>
>For comparison:
>PA0A was peaking here within the last two weeks up to +18dB SNR
>with no detectable sidebands at all.
>
>73
>Clemens
>DL4RAJ 
>
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: [email protected] 
>>[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of 
>>[email protected]
>>Sent: Friday, January 4, 2019 11:52 AM
>>To: [email protected]
>>Subject: R: LF: MF WSPR
>>
>>Amazing :-)))
>>
>>I had really to fix my antenna and be able to reach the 1W...
>>By the way you have a very clean signal here: although often 
>>you have here a SNR of +10dB or even more (like the next door 
>>HAM hi) in the waterfall I can barely see the  ±100 Hz traces 
>>with no decode.
>>
>>73, Marco IK1HSS
>>
>>----Messaggio originale----
>>Da: [email protected]
>>Data: 4-gen-2019 9.56
>>A: <[email protected]>
>>Ogg: LF: MF WSPR
>>
>>Hi MF, 
>>
>>What a season! So many stations are getting WSPR spots on 630m 
>>in distances above 5000 km. It seems to be normal. Anyway, i 
>>took a capture, maybe for the future, to have something to 
>>think back on.
>>Got reports from 11 stations above 7000 km distance
>>
>>
>>Timestamp      Call    MHz     SNR     Drift   Grid    Pwr    
>> Reporter      RGrid   km      az      # Spots         
>> 2019-01-03 23:04       DK7FC           0.475682        -24   
>>  0     JN49ik          1       FR5DH           LG78pw        
>>  9087          137     2      
>> 2019-01-04 01:54       DK7FC           0.475682        -25   
>>  0     JN49ik          1       ZF1EJ           EK99ig        
>>  8393          283     10     
>> 2019-01-04 02:24       DK7FC           0.475682        -26   
>>  0     JN49ik          1       SWLK5           EM13    8254  
>>  303           2      
>> 2019-01-04 00:24       DK7FC           0.475679        -23   
>>  0     JN49ik          1       W4BCX           EL98pd        
>>  7633          289     2      
>> 2019-01-03 22:54       DK7FC           0.475684        -25   
>>  0     JN49ik          1       K2BLA           EL99hb        
>>  7605          290     2      
>> 2019-01-04 04:54       DK7FC           0.475715        -23   
>>  0     JN49ik          1       W0ETH           EM38pg        
>>  7596          304     22     
>> 2019-01-04 01:14       DK7FC           0.475681        -26   
>>  0     JN49ik          1       W3PM    EM64or          7513  
>>  298           3      
>> 2019-01-04 03:24       DK7FC           0.475683        -25   
>>  -1    JN49ik          1       K0OD    EM48so          7434  
>>  303           1      
>> 2019-01-04 03:44       DK7FC           0.475682        -26   
>>  0     JN49ik          1       KA9CFD          EN40om        
>>  7302          305     6      
>> 2019-01-04 04:04       DK7FC           0.475681        -25   
>>  0     JN49ik          1       K9AN    EN50wc          7174  
>>  303           7      
>> 2019-01-04 04:04       DK7FC           0.475682        -27   
>>  0     JN49ik          1       K3SIW           EN52ta        
>>  7041          304     4      
>>
>>... and from 31 stations above 5000 km...
>>Thanks to all for watching.
>>
>>73, Stefan
>>
>>
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