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It's 432 MHz WSPR Wednesday once again! Tune in on 432.300000 MHz dial frequency. 
We have seen more and stronger 2 meter WSPR spots within the past week. Hepburn predicts a small "tongue" of tropospheric propagation enhancement will extend through the San Francisco Bay area.
Perhaps we may see better 432 MHz propagation than last Wednesday.
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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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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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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