Maybe it was yesterday’s alert on the 600 meter research group email reflector or just dumb luck but a lot of stations are listening today, Saturday, as many of us are running WSPR at a high transmit percentage and having great success at being heard in full sun.
Mike, WA3TTS, posted this screen shot to dropbox and indicates that he is normally about 10 db lower in receive levels than WG2XJM / NO3M:
And seeing as how WA3TTS was reporting me at -30 db S/N, it makes sense that WG2XJM would once again be at QSO levels 10 db higher leading to this very clean JT9 QSO:
There are many more stations making daytime reports today and taking advantage of this interesting and awesome propagation. In the last hour, these include:
Also notable was 2-ways WSPR reports between WG2XGP in WA and WH2XND in AZ at a little more than 1600 km. Certainly not characteristic of anything we have seen on a recurring basis on 630 meters during full daylight.