Anyone east of Rochester able to help?
My friend Dave,VE3KCL launched a balloon from Toronto and it crash landed near Ontario NY. The call sign transmitted is VE3OCL using WSPR modes for 20/30m bands. Apparently it landed perfectly somewhere and is still transmitting as I type this note (6:27pm 11/8/17).
Maybe someone in the area will take interest and listen for it...or see it somewhere.
Details are here of this payload and location. I still do not know the exact 6 character grid yet but it could transmit that soon on this page with the other data - link: http://www.qrp-labs.com/flights/u3b11.html
Just wanted to share this as someone may actually have it in their back yard :)
Frequencies are setup through the WSPR software.
Dial frequency for for 30m is 10.138.70 mhz.
Dial frequency for 20m is 14.095.60 mhz.WSPR software will decode the data and such - https://physics.princeton.edu/pulsar/k1jt/wspr.html