Tag: WSPR

Testing the Ultimate 3 WSPR beacon

Some time ago Aurel YO3IBZ borrowed me his Ultimate3 to try and replace the AD9850 DDS with AD9851 so we could make it into a useful 6m WSPR beacon. Unfortunately I only managed to make it work at low frequencies (below 10Mhz or...

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YO9IRF station updates

Giving the fact that I had enough spare time the last two weeks, inbetween the little Christmas trip I took back to my home town of Ploiesti and the New Year’s Eve party, I had the change to propery get my station back up...

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Raspberry Pi as a WSPR beacon

Probably alot of you know what the Raspberry Pi is – a US$35 micro computer the size of a credit card that can be used for alot of simple but cool projects. Well, some guys at the Imperial College Robotics Society in UK...

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V53ARC – multiband WSPR beacon in Namibia

In the last few days my station has been running continuously on WSPR frequency hopping between the 80m, 40m, 20m and 10m bands, and I got the chance to spot on 10 meters the V53ARC WSPR beacon in Namibia. Apparently it is on...

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WSPR and antenna radiation pattern

WSPR seems to be not just a tool for actively monitoring the propagation status, but it can also help you trace the radiation pattern of your antenna. Of course, for a reasonable trace we would need WSPR stations all over the...

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