New product for antenna testing


Big Island ARRL News, 11 November 2017, 2355 UTC, Post #369.

Source:

http://www.sotabeams.co.uk/wsprlite-flexi

Accessed on 11 November 2017, 2355 UTC.

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Comment:

On Saturday, 11 November 2017, SOTABEAMS released details of the newest version of its antenna testing system–the WSPRLite Flexi.

According to SOTABEAMS, the Flexi increases coverage from 6 meters to 630 meters–perfect for those using expanded Amateur Radio privileges between 472 kHz and 479 kHz.

Here are the details on the new Flexi from SOTABEAMS:

“The Flexi also incorporates a number of new facilities including a unique interference avoidance algorithm to help it avoid interference from other WSPR users. When combined with the DXplorer.net website, WSPRlite provides a unique way to look at antenna performance and to see how propagation varies in real-time.”

“The Flexi also incorporates a number of new facilities including a unique interference avoidance algorithm to help it avoid interference from other WSPR users. When combined with the DXplorer.net website, WSPRlite provides a unique way to look at antenna performance and to see how propagation varies in real-time.”


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