WSPR Program for February Meeting

By | February 7, 2011

WSPR is a piece of software that enables you to participate in a world-wide network of low power propagation beacons. It enables your radio transceiver to transmit beacon signals, and to receive beacon signals from similarly-equipped stations in the same amateur band. Because participating stations usually upload spots that they receive in real time to a web server, you can find out within seconds of the end of each transmission exactly where and how strongly it was received, and even view the propagation paths on a map.

(From the http://www.g4ilo.com/wspr.html web site)

W4HOD will have a guest speaker in February to talk about this very subject.  Richard Robinson (AI4RY), will present the program on WSPR.

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