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The West Coast VHF/UHF WSPR Group is on 432.300 MHz WSPR Wednesday now!
Now that we have several stations stable and accurate, I'm wondering about the interest in a regular time for trying 432 MHz WSPR. WW6D, K6PZB, WA6M and N6GN have all run on 432.300 dial on and off but perhaps a more concerted effort makes sense now. 432 has some different challenges compared to ...
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Join 70 cm WSPR Wednesdays on 432.300 MHz dial frequency!
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Listen to 2 meter WSPR signals on the WebSDR receiver at Berkeley, CA  http://eids.eecs.berkeley.edu:8080/
This is a WebSDR receiver, located in UC Berkeley It is operated by Miki Lustig, KK6MRI, e-mail mlustig@eecs.berkeley.edu More information about the WebSDR project can be found on http://www.websdr.org. Note: you need both Java and JavaScript enabled for this page to work properly.
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Ping Jockeys do it 'til they HEAR the burn! High Speed Meteor Scatter Scheduling (aka) PingJockey Central page. Joe Taylor, K1JT's, excellent WSJT high-speed meteor scatter and extreme weak-signal communications software. Main High Speed Meteor Scatter website ...
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WSPR - Weak Signal Propagation Reporter Facebook Page
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Weak Signal Communication Software - JT65, JT9, WSPR, FSK441, etc.
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The West Coast VHF/UHF WSPR Group is on 432.300 MHz WSPR Wednesday now!
Now that we have several stations stable and accurate, I'm wondering about the interest in a regular time for trying 432 MHz WSPR. WW6D, K6PZB, WA6M and N6GN have all run on 432.300 dial on and off but perhaps a more concerted effort makes sense now. 432 has some different challenges compared to ...
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Listen to 2 meter WSPR signals on the WebSDR receiver at Berkeley, CA  http://eids.eecs.berkeley.edu:8080/
This is a WebSDR receiver, located in UC Berkeley It is operated by Miki Lustig, KK6MRI, e-mail mlustig@eecs.berkeley.edu More information about the WebSDR project can be found on http://www.websdr.org. Note: you need both Java and JavaScript enabled for this page to work properly.
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N6GN and K5PZB of the West Coast VHF/UHF WSPR Study Group are working to launch a 2m antenna at moderate altitude supported by a quadcopter and fed with a surface wave transmission line (SWTL).  Beyond simply having a few minutes of flight time with a 2m antenna several hundred feet above ground level for a few tests, the longer term goal is to power the quadcopter from rectified RF transmitted up the line. This will hopefully produce an "active tower", something that is both a high altitude support and feedline for simultaneous operation of more than one frequency. 
The power supply frequency is probably going to be 2m and may as well be WSPR at the same time. Some of the transmitted power can be peeled off to feed an antenna while the rest of it is used to power the motors in the quadcopter.  However, with a suitable duplexer/triplexer, additional bands can share the feedline so that other bands might be operated. 
Here is a video of the current prototype launcher with a 2m halo mounted around it.  The final combination will include the coax and balun and weigh about 250g. 
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/2-meter-wspr/DH5xMKVjcyc
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A Google+ page devoted to VHF/UHF amateur radio operators who utilize the WSPR mode and anyone interested in very low powered (QRP) experimental radio transmission.
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WSPR mode studies of 2 meter (and shorter wavelength) 
radio propagation phenomena