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  • Re: Many duplicate WSPR reports from DK6UG and GM4SFW

    ‎My own personal take on this is that some people are experimenting with multiple antennae and receivers etc simultaneously. This of course makes some sense

    astro_biologist 3 hours ago

    The tradition based on EME is the Eastern most station goes first (even minutes). However it works out, stay on whatever sequence you are on odd or even. Don't

    muitobem12 8 hours ago

    For a single QSO you always stay on the same time slot. For calling CQ you can pick whichever and perhaps switch if you don't get any replies. What I do is see

    mdblack98 13 hours ago
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The WSJTGroup discussions are around the WSJT modes and associated propagation modes. Equipment details, software set-up and operating procedures are typical discussions. This group is open to amateur radio stations worldwide.

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