old noise graphs


Bruce KX4AZ
 

My remote dipole antenna ("KX4AZ-T") was clobbered by a windstorm around December 16th (last month).  I believe my Pi was still uploading noise data during that period, so it would be interesting to see if the exact moment when the antenna got hit was visible in the noise graphs.  After that event, I eventually cut back to just one WSPR band (20 meters), until I can return in person to repair the damage later this year 

This link shows me noise data for past day, but I was unsure how to view a wider time range to include the past month (apologies for my limited skills)...
http://wsprdaemon.org/graphs/KX4AZ/


admin
 

Hello,
you can find the wspr daemon noise data on wspr.live ( https://wspr.live ) in the Station Noise Stats dashboard. On that page you can chaneg the time frame in the top right corner. You can zoom into the data by holding your mouse down while on one of the graphs.

Direct link:
https://wspr.live/gui/d/ereVvgn7z/station-noise-stats?orgId=1&refresh=1m&var-site=KX4AZ%2FT

Regards

On 04.01.22 15:53, Bruce KX4AZ wrote:
My remote dipole antenna ("KX4AZ-T") was clobbered by a windstorm around December 16th (last month).  I believe my Pi was still uploading noise data during that period, so it would be interesting to see if the exact moment when the antenna got hit was visible in the noise graphs.  After that event, I eventually cut back to just one WSPR band (20 meters), until I can return in person to repair the damage later this year 

This link shows me noise data for past day, but I was unsure how to view a wider time range to include the past month (apologies for my limited skills)...
http://wsprdaemon.org/graphs/KX4AZ/


Bruce KX4AZ
 

On Tue, Jan 4, 2022 at 10:06 AM, admin wrote:
Hello,
you can find the wspr daemon noise data on wspr.live ( https://wspr.live ) in the Station Noise Stats dashboard. On that page you can chaneg the time frame in the top right corner. You can zoom into the data by holding your mouse down while on one of the graphs.

Direct link:
https://wspr.live/gui/d/ereVvgn7z/station-noise-stats?orgId=1&refresh=1m&var-site=KX4AZ%2FT
Thanks, exactly what I was looking for, and I now know precisely when the antenna performance fell off the cliff, so to speak (17 December, 0118 UTC).  If only it weren't a 980 mile drive from my QTH.