- Check out the following site: http://wsprnet.org
Lots of nice people willing the help. WSPR is now a QSO mode as well
with the release of WSJT 7.0 beta.
--- In email@example.com, "Kim" <kimmed51@...> wrote:
> I downloaded Whisper from Joe Taylor's site. The interface is a lot
> like WSJT6 and it is very easy to use. The stream seems to be almost a
> straight line with very little modulation. Also I have been looking
> out for these transmissions but haven't seen any yet which brings me
> to my question. Will there be or are there standard frequencies for
> WSPR contacts? Also WSPR reminds me of Prop-psk in that it seems to
> monitor set channels and reveal propagation patterns. Hopefully there
> will be more info on WSPR to come.
- I actually had a first couple of QSO's via WSPR mode in WSJT 7 beta
yesterday. It was in the middle of the jt65 area at 14.076 +. This
made sense because they were identifiable as wspr mode, didn't
interfere with the beacons--which can be hard to see unless really
It was pretty clear that the stations were not running really low
beacon-type output--they would have really plastered the beacon
segment. No issue in the jt65 area.
I've been running jt65 from WSJT and also WSPR using the stand alone
and also ver 7 beta for a while--this was my first QSO mode . Its
kind of like watching the grass grow! unless one is working with
really weak signals, it seems kind of redundant to jt65