Altra serata di sperimentazione a 472kHz, questa volta con l'aggiunta del preselettore la banda risulta più pulita.
RX: Afedri SDR
Antenna: Verticale autocostruita 10m cortocircuitata alla base
Software: WSPR 2.11
Ormai mi sono affezionato al JT65,
non c'è nulla da fare.. mi piace. Punto.
Lo sto utilizzando sia in HF che in 470kHz con risultati molto soddisfacenti.
Perla della giornata, in 10 metri, decodificare DP1POL dalla stazione Neumayer in Antartide.
Dalla pagina QRZ.com:
DP1POL is located at the German research station "Neumayer III" in Antarctica, about 1,300 miles North of the South Pole. My home call sign is DL5XL, and I was a member of the 29th Neumayer wintering team as an electronics engineer. The station was officially inaugurated on February 20, 2009. My first assignment at "Neumayer III" lasted from December 2008 to February 2010, and I was back on the air from the same location from December 2011 to February 2012, and from December 2013 to February 2014. Another activity is planned from December 2014 to February 2015 - and I hope it will not be the last one!
For award hunters, the DXCC country is Antarctica (CE9/KC4), and the IOTA reference is AN-016 (Antarctica mainland). DP1POL is located at 70°41'S, 8°16'W in grid locator field IB59UH, CQ Zone 38, and ITU Zone 67. Contacts are valid for the World Antarctic Program (WAP DEU-08) and the World Flora Fauna Award (WFF DLFF-022). QSO data is uploaded to ARRL's Logbook of the World on a regular basis.
Per chi fosse curioso, ecco il sito ufficiale del progetto: http://www.awi.de/en/infrastructure/stations/neumayer_station/