Curious dark side WSPR spot from two K6 stations 13km apart.

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by MW1CFN, Jan 9, 2018.

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  1. MW1CFN

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  2. KM4HFB

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    WOW, I will call my brother to see what he knows. My brother is K6MCS. Odd I usually do not read the forums much, so to find your post on this is amazing.
    Randy
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  3. KM4HFB

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    So a new Classified satellite disappears around the same day. Hmmm did his WSPR hit an ionization path across to your location that was created by this lost satellite?

    My brother is perplexed by this, as I.

    Randy
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    John,
    I sent your article to a few engineer and PHD friends to get their input. Will let you know what they think.

    Randy
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  6. MW1CFN

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    Hi Randy,

    Very glad to hook up, as it were!

    I would be very interested to hear from those with a good working knowledge of the magnetosphere.

    I am now conducting overnight listening regularly, and updating each morning on the blog. There is always some surprise to account for.

    We are about to go into a period of disturbance in the field, so I am hoping that there isn't an RTTY contest this evening to obliterate WSPR - a sadly all-too-common occurrence.

    MW1CFN.
     

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