Sunday, 26 April 2015
24h 10m WSPR
10m WSPR was very busy this weekend. Including some longpath propagation. Unfortenately there are always the same DXCC that are active. Sometimes you'll see some new ones like VP8ALJ Falkland Islands this week. But overall it is some South America, North America, Europe, Australia, Japan and very few from Asia and Africa. I always keep an eye on blogs from G3XBM and PA0O which are very active on 10m WSPR and so they will detect any new one that are spotting their signals. At the moment I am at 78 DXCC that spotted my 1W WSPR signal. It is getting hard to find new ones now and I'm curious when I will reach 100 DXCC. At the rate of about 5 new ones in a year it will take another 4 or 5 years. But with the degrading propagation I guess 10 years will be more realistic.