Despite the low power of 160mW, in the last day or so the signal from my new QRSS has turned up in Nevada and Belgium.
First an image from KK7CC’s grabber
, whose receiver is a K2 and is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. (I have added the callsign letters to help identification of the signal).
From KK7CC 0028 UTC 11 Mar 2009
The second pair of images were kindly supplied by Pierre, ON5SL. Who is located in Belgium in grid square JO10tt and was using a 1/4 wave vertical and a Kenwood R5000 receiver.
Captured by ON5SL 2224UTC 10 Mar 2009
Captured by ON5SL 2239 UTC 10 Mar 2009
… monitored from 18h59UTC till 23h06UTC Your MEPT was visible ( with QSB and QRM) from about 19h44UTC till “closing time” …
My full QRSS setup is:
Thanks to Jerry, KK7CC and Pierre, ON5SL for the images.
Finally, as I finished writing this post I saw my signal on Mark’s, K6HX, grabber. The receiver is located in grid square CM87UX in California.
The id is clear but looks like the signal has drifted a little lower. I need to check that.
Captured by K6HX 0202 UTC 12 Mar 2009