QRSS – G0PKT is back

Earlier this week I noticed that G0PKT was missing when I ran my occasional QRSS grabber on 30m so I asked around the QRSS community and it turned out that it hadn’t been heard for a few days.

I contacted Tony, G0MBA who checked and found that the power supply which the transmitter was running from had failed.  A replacement was sourced and at around 12:25z today G0PKT returned to the airwaves.

I’ve captured and stitched together a few frames which show G0PKT warming up and drifting down onto the correct frequency, right at the bottom of the section of 10MHz which is used for QRSS.

The strong trace at around 10,140.070kHz is G0MBA’s QRSS beacon.

G0PKT settling on frequency after being switched back on

G0PKT settling on frequency after being switched back on



Add a Comment
  1. I have received your qrss beacom today at 17:00 UTC 24/03/2012 signal -35,4dB from IN83jj.
    Congratulation for the re-starting of the beacon.
    Luis EA2COA

  2. G0PKT seen very strongly on 10,13999MHz, in JP20ne today for most of the morning.

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.