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Annoying delays accessing the database are caused by intermittent lockups at WSPRnet.org

Welcome.

Quick start:     Click the Scrape WSPRnet button in the panel above.

Or hit Enter/Return.

After the table of spots arrives from WSPRnet click the Map or Charts buttons to better visualise the data.
Customise things with the Options menu.     Find out how to do more with the Scraper from User hints.

options

recent changes

    • Small dot icons are red for Tx stations, green for Rx and white for Rx/Tx
    • Check the distribution of spot frequencies in the 1400Hz-1600Hz WSPR passband
    • Choose UTC or Local date/time. The actual format is browser dependent.
    • Check for duplicate spots in the spots table and analyse their passband frequencies
    • Click the rx: and tx: fields for a pop-down list of auto-saved callsigns
    • Change the order of autosaved callsigns by dragging them up and down the list
    • Use an asterisk * as the last character in a callsign for a wild card search (new dB only)
    • QRZ lookups via a mouse click
    • Choose WSPRnet or Classic band colours for spot lines and charts
    • Spots table calculates total Km. Search your callsign+band+24 hours for a WSPR Challenge approximation

other features

    • Comprehensive charts include a customisable option
    • Convert spots to Google Earth KML for experimental Balloon tracking, see User Hints
    • Display the Long Path for any spot
    • Display Maidenhead locator squares & values, see User Hints
    • Copy the spots table data for pasting in your spreadsheet
    • Sort the spots table forward or reverse on any column
    • Discover more features in the User Hints

Happy scraping.

73 Phil VK7JJ
PS. Peter VK2TPM has a neat iPhone/iWatch app for WSPR, check it out