Friday, April 27, 2012

28MHz DX even with low Sun spots. South Shetlands active!

R1ANF   South Shetlands GC07mt   many decodes today
After VK0TH my most Southern WSPR entry.
Hoping for DP1POL or  KC4AAA Amundsen Scott  in grid JA00AA to show up again.

unique spots of today 


TimestampCallMHzSNRDriftGridPwrReporterRGridkmaz
 2012-04-27 08:40  VK3AMW  28.126122  -21  0  QF22ir  5  PA0O  JO33hg  16355  313 
 2012-04-27 07:34  VK2KRR  28.126144  -24  0  QF34mr  20  PA0O  JO33hg  16351  316 
 2012-04-27 14:10  RI1ANF  28.126112  -24  -2  GC07mt  5  PA0O  JO33hg  14056  43 
 2012-04-27 14:54  PA0O  28.126071  -25  0  JO33hg  1  RI1ANF  GC07mt  14056  212 
 2012-04-27 08:16  VK6ZRY  28.126050  -20  1  OF78wd  5  PA0O  JO33hg  14032  316 
 2012-04-27 17:20  PA0O  28.126076  -21  1  JO33hg  1  CX2ABP  GF15wc  11512  229 
 2012-04-27 14:06  V53ARC  28.126159  -16  -1  JG87  1  PA0O  JO33hg  8486  354 
Total  29 spots > 8000km   
That means  my self declared DX index = 29   of 100 spots
(>4000km outside EU) 


 Topband  3 days in a row I heard and was heard by ZL3NW 
in CW  tonight also ZL3IX heard but too weak and short for 2-way.
and   VK2KRR  and VK6DZ in WSPR mode  not bad at all
But tonight it ended early Sun is still eruptive.


I heard that V53ARC was copied in Italy at 50MHz WSPR
There will be a day that even in VP8 one will start a WSPR beacon..




Slowly WSPR gets recognized by DX'rs   on 50MHz  too   that is not realy for us here in the 50MHz dead zone but  for TEP and DXpeditions  that have a set for 6m  it is interesting to run an intelligent beacon that can be monitored full time. 

1 comment:

VE3WDM said...

Good morning, I like to use WSPR to see how the bands are doing. Along with the reverse beacon network you can get a good idea how things are out there.

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