Logger: WSPR 2 - R1714
Station: Yaesu FT-817ND, 1W
Antenna: HB9CV pointing south.
Log converter: DL1HW Adif2Excel2Adif converter, UU0JC logconverter
Log analyzer: HRD V4
Looking back into posts from last year I noticed 1 of my goals for this year was to do some more in WSPR. So I really need to get to it again. PC4T was or has spotted TY/DF8UO recently on 10m. A DXCC I do not have in my list. Besides that I'm still hunting for a spot from T5/T61AA. I ran WSPR at 2,4 and 5 December with my HB9CV pointing south. Both stations I wished for were not active these days and so no new DXCC for my list, still at 75 DXCC. However I did get spots from 6 new band DXCC bringing my 10m total at 49.
|TX: 70 unique spots from 24 DXCC|
|RX: 98 unique spots from 28 DXCC|
I see a lot of people using WSPR. If you do so and read this, what are you doing with the spotting information?
I know for instance Roger G3XBM is blogging about the results and keeps track on the first and last spot and other interesting things. Bert PA1B is not WSPRing himself too much but analyzes the information for others, he can tell exactly how much power you needed to be actually still heard by a station that logged you.
I use the info to collect all band DXCC with max. power of 1W, similair to the DX hobby. I'm very curious about others? Or are you just looking at the results everyday and then find it amazing that your 5W QRO signal has made it across the pond? Let me know...