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RE: Re: [wsjtgroup] WSPR on 80 m

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  • Jeremy Alexander
    AGC Off........... W7EME/P Regular ops from: CN85, BL02, DN14 and CP28.... offering 2m eme ... From : W7CE[mailto:w7ce@curtiss.net] Sent : 11/1/2008
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      AGC Off...........


      W7EME/P
      Regular ops from:
      CN85,
      BL02,
      DN14 and
      CP28....
      offering 2m eme


      ------- Original Message -------
      From : W7CE[mailto:w7ce@...]
      Sent : 11/1/2008 5:35:24 PM
      To : wsjtgroup@yahoogroups.com
      Cc :
      Subject : RE: Re: [wsjtgroup] WSPR on 80 m

      I figured out the TX problem. I had the wrong setting in the WSPR TX Freq
      window. I think TX is working now. I'm still getting completely different
      decodes between the two programs.

      Should I be running WSPR with AGC on or off?

      73,
      Clay W7CE

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: W7CE
      To: WSJT
      Sent: Saturday, November 01, 2008 5:08 PM
      Subject: Re: [wsjtgroup] WSPR on 80 m



      I haven't played with WSPR much so I thought now would be a good time to
      try. I loaded both WSPR and WSJT7 but seem to be getting quite different
      decode results from the two programs.

      WSPR:
      0000 -3 1.3 3.594054 0 NN6RF CM87 37
      0000 -17 0.9 3.594079 0 W8LIW EN81 37
      0000 -27 1.2 3.594114 0 NN6RF CM87 37

      WSJT7:
      000000 2 -8 2.0 -53 0 000AAA (BadMsg)
      000000 2 -26 2.0 4 1

      On the transmit side, WSPR doesn't seem to be working but WSJT7 does.
      WSPR keys the rig on and off with no power out registering on the power
      meter. I'm using a SignaLink USB with VOX, so there must be an audio spike
      occasionally, otherwise the VOX wouldn't work.

      I use WSJT regularly for EME, so I'm pretty sure all he hardware and
      sound card settings are correct, especially since WSJT6 and WSJT7 both work
      fine.

      Any ideas?

      73,
      Clay W7CE

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Joe Taylor
      To: WSJT
      Sent: Saturday, November 01, 2008 3:03 PM
      Subject: [wsjtgroup] WSPR on 80 m


      More than 20 WSPR stations are active on 80 meters right now. The spots
      posted at http://wsprnet.org/meptspots.php show some excellent
      worldwide
      DX on this band over the past couple of days.

      If you are a "whisperer", and have 80 m capability, come join us for
      some fun! Dial frequency is 3.5926 MHz, USB as usual. Actual Tx
      frequencies are 3.5940 to 3.5942 MHz.

      -- 73, Joe, K1JT
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