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WSPR stands for “Weak Signal Propagation Reporter”. More info about WSPR can be found here:
WSPR is a great tool for checking band conditions, atmospheric conditions and for testing how well certain antennas performs.
I use WSJT-X software for WSPR because it’s more up to date and it’s cross platform. I run it on Linux personally.
I run WSPR mostly on 20m and 40m bands. Below is a repository with a log of my WSPR contacts extracted from wsprnet.org/archive via a script I wrote to parse the files and grep for my call sign: