[hfsig] Rasp Pi -- QRPi 20m -- how to transmit less frequently?

Zoltan Doczi zoltan.doczi at gmail.com
Mon May 9 07:12:11 CDT 2016


Hi Orrin,

>From this example on the WsprryPi site I suppose you have to use "0" in the
frequency list at the command line, this means pause for that 2 min period:

 "Transmit a WSPR transmission slightly off-center on 30m every 10 minutes
for
  a total of 7 transmissions, and using a fixed PPM correction value.  sudo
    sudo ./wspr --repeat --terminate 7 --ppm 43.17 N9NNN EM10 33 10140210 0
0 0 0"

https://github.com/JamesP6000/WsprryPi

73,
ha7dcd
Zoltan

On Sun, May 8, 2016 at 4:28 AM, Orrin Winton <orrin.winton at gmail.com> wrote:

>
> Hello Zoltan & the group,
>
> Past 24 hrs have gotten my RPi2B + QRPi 20m + WsprryPi on the air. My qrp
> wattmeter says i'm putting out about 80-85 mW. Getting reports on
> wsprnet.org. Slinky antenna in the attic (10 ft off ground level) tuned
> with a pi-network tuner. This is super fin! And super fun.
>
> I am using the following command line:
>
> sudo wspr --repeat --offset --self-calibration wn1z cn90pj 20 20m
>
> Works fine, but there is a gap between transmissions of only 10-20
> seconds. So  the problem is that i am transmitting too often.
>
> 'wspr --help' says something: "Transmission gaps can be created by
> specifying a TX frequency of 0"
>
> but what would that look like on my command line? I have '20m' as my
> frequency.
>
> Thanks for replies
>
> wn1z Orrin.
>
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