WsprDaemon

a robust  decoding and reporting system for  WSPR

WsprDaemon is a robust application for Linux systems that:

    Decodes Weak Signal Propagation Reporter (WSPR) signals  (Franke/Taylor wsprd* program)

    V3.0 also simultaneously decodes the family of FST4W transmissions from -120 to -1800

    Operates with networked KiwiSDRs for multi-channel spot acquisition (at least 8 channels)

    Includes baseband audio input option

    Provides a complete, robust and reliable reporting function to the wsprnet.org database

    Estimates noise using RMS and FFT methods at same time and frequencies as WSPR spots

    Reports spots and noise to a Timescale database with Grafana visualisation interface

    Serves data to 3rd party apps including  wspr.rocks   wspr.live  and WSPR Watch

Features at a Glance

Help and Guides

Presentations

Technical

This site also hosts Noise Graphs from several WsprDaemon users.

Logo by LX1DQ

Revised: 24 August 2022

Graph Users - please note that the graphs have moved to wsprdaemon.org/graphs

* wsprd is used within WsprDaemon under the GNU Public Licence  the Terms and Conditions of which can be downloaded here.

Download WsprDaemon from Github