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First 475 kHz WSPR decoding

Thursday, April 30th, 2015

Sverre Holm writes: Tonight I made the first successful decoding of WSPR on the 630 m band. What inspired me was all the talk on the Elecraft reflector on the new synthesizer which in addition to having less phase noise, also allows the K3 to go below 500 kHz. I...

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A Classie WSPR transceiver

Monday, December 29th, 2014

joesugar over at Computer/Electronics Workbench writes: Because of my location, amateur radio operations are limited to low power and disadvantaged antennas. Therefore, the WSPR (Weak Signal Propagation Reporter) protocol immediately caught my eye when I first ran across it. My primary interest is building, so I put together a stand-alone...

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