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)
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 and
Features at a Glance
Help and Guides
This site also hosts from several WsprDaemon users.
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Revised: 19 November 2020
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* wsprd is used within WsprDaemon under the GNU Public Licence the Terms and Conditions of which can be downloaded .