Thursday, October 30, 2014

QRPp 10m WSPR


I was WSPR-ing on 10 meter with 200 mW. Conditions must be good because I am spotted by VK3KCX -25dB, distance: 16.584 km or 82.865 km/watt - 51.490 miles/watt.
Update about 10m results today with 200mW:



6 comments:

  1. Congratulations! 10 m WSPR was really amazing today. It was a first for me today that my Ultimate 3 was heard on 10 m in Australia. It was by the same station that heard you:

    2014-10-30 13:14, LA3ZA, 28.126151, -25 dB, JO49, 0.2 W, VK3KCX, QF22qd, 16123 km

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    1. Hi Sverre, congrats too! It was really amazing, Just 200 mW into my 0 gain antenna. 73 Paul

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  2. Hallo Paul, leuke WSPR spots. De condities waren afgelopen dagen super. Zowel op 2m mooie verbindingen gemaakt met Frankrijk in SSB en een paar op 28Mhz. Vooral op 10m was het een heksenketel. Ik zat DXMaps te bekijken en het leek wel een kindertekening vol krassen van alle tropo verbindingen in Europa met Down Under en Noord- en Zuid Amerika. 73 Hans, PE1BVQ

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    1. Hallo Hans, Mooi die verbingen op 2 m ssb. Dat zijn toch leuke dingen. Gister waren die propagaties op 10 meter wel exceptioneel. 73 Paul

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  3. Anonymous1/05/2015

    Hi Paul, I just found this site by searching my own callsign... Congratulation to yourself and Sverre on reaching Australia with QRP. The secret to my station is the antenna, it is a Justin Johnston (G0KSC) designed 5 element OWA style yagi and it is usually pointing to Europe.

    Hope to hear you on the band again soon.

    - David Pratt - VK3KCX - Melbourne Australia.

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    1. Hi David, we qrp-ers realize that we can make distances because the other has a good antenna. ;-) I just have a 0 gain antenna. Only a wire. I never heard about the Johnston antenna. I will take a look at it. 73 Paul

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