Thursday, October 21, 2010

Spotted in Spain

My 30m 50mW QRSS signal has now been received in Spain by the grabber of EA1FAQ. (It's the one at 10140.030 kHz.)

That's a distance of 1458km or 906 miles.

[Off-topic note: When will Blogger fix its frigging "Add Images" uploader so it works in Firefox? I had to use the ghastly IE to insert the picture.]

6 comments:

Paul - PC4T said...

hell Julian, well done. What fun is QRP. Yesterday I was reported with 50 milliwatt on 20 meter in Japan (WSPR) 114.748 Miles per watt. 73 Paul

Paul - PC4T said...

hell must be hello... ;-) 73 Paul

Ricardo - CT2GQV said...

Hello Julian,
I run Firefox 3 and it uploads the pictures nice. I only have to close manually the upload pop-up window.
Here's the Firefox data: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv:1.9) Gecko/2008052912 Firefox/3.0.

G4NKX said...

When you think of all those "Big Gun Kw boys" out there it's pretty damn good I reckon - 50mW, battery powered at that - remarkable really, even more so that there are actually Hams out there watching !

recumbent conspiracy theorist said...

Hello Julian,

I have followed your QRSS activity with great interest. Amazing results from such a tiny system. QRSS is now on my to-do list.
Thanks for sharing your experience.
Mike KD8JHJ

Anonymous said...

Good to read of your continued success with QRSS Julian. A better 30M antenna is going up either today or tomorrow, and the 30M QRSS kit should be arriving in the next few days.

Thanks for the inspiration,

Dave Richards AA7EE
Oakland, California.