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PSKreporter.de - Your Digital Mode Automatic Propagation Reporter

  This page was last updated on November 24, 2020
The PSKreporter system tries to gather the receiving data of as many radio amateurs as possible. This data is processed to show propagation conditions on the different bands. This enables to estimate the range of a station or to check the receiving characteristics of an antenna. Technical basis is the "PSK Automatic Reporter System" by Philip Gladstone, N1DQ. For further information please see www.pskreporter.info. My thanks to Philip for providing his data.

DL3DCW has started the project site PSKreporter.de to provide an improved tabular overview. For example you can find a list of all active receiving stations that can be filtered according to several criteria. If you enter your callsign in the search field to the upper right you can see which stations received your signal or wich signal you received by your self. For an overview about the present usage of digital modes on the different bands the bands statistics work optimally. Please note that PSKreporter only relies on data sent to N1DQ's system. This required client function has been implemented in programs like DM780, Fldigi, JT65-HF, WSJT-X or MultiPSK. Here you can find a table with additionally client software.

If you need any help please let your mouse pointer hover above the blue questionmark icons. For further questions or messages please use the contact form.
Unfortunately, it is not possible to continue the project without additional support. Every small donation is therefore important and helps a lot. Please use the donation button at the bottom left if you want to help, thank you very much. You hopefully enjoy this site and come back soon.

73, Torsten - DL9GTB

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Latest updates & information:
November 24: The table view for callsign reports now also has the "QRB" (Distance) column.
November 20: The table view for callsign reports now has export buttons.
November 06: I have slightly improved the table views. This fixed some filter problems and the layout. Tnx Anders, OZ3ACB.
November 05: RBN Archive updated.
Band  sun Day  sun Night
80m-40mFair Good
30m-20m Good Good
17m-15m Fair Fair
12m-10m Poor Poor
Geomagnetic Field: VR QUIET
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