What is WSPR ?
WSPR is the Weak Signal Propergation Reporting Tool. Its primary purpose is to check for propergation effects across various amateur radio bands.
It is being used here between two antennas and two transceivers, namely a 80m end fed and a 6 band trap vertical
The transceivers are an ICOM 7300 with WSJTX in WSPR mode driving 1W of power into the 6BTV and a Raspberry Pi transmitting .2W into an end fed antenna
We can guage the performance of the antennas and also propergation by the values WSPR reporting provides. These are provided within this site
DX10 will give the top10 distance by any power, distance Vs power and Signal to Noise. These values are important as we can gauge propergation and antenna performance from them
A DX Graph of Daily data shows peaks and the average distance the transmissions are reaching.
Further Spots Tables of Most Recent 10, Daily and All are provided for reference as well as links to external mapping sites