Monday, January 24, 2011
Extremes with WSPR
Extremes in WSPR on 40 meter
What about making no miles? Huh?
What about DX with 0,000 Watt QRPpp
Or what about QRO? 1000Watt!
Or what about working the other side of the globe?
By Paul Stam
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