I've reached the stage where I am ground testing a U4B WSPR payload in my garden, running off 3 AAA batteries for convenience. The next tests will be with solar panels. With the antenna just draped along a wooden fence I've been heard in Germany and the Canary Islands today, which isn't bad for 9mW as I have it running on the low power setting.
I Initially ran it on 20m but it is now, after I shortened the antenna, on 15m and the shorter 3.5m dipole legs are a lot easier to handle.
It has appeared on WSPRnet and on Pedro's LU7AA site. QRP Labs have their own tracking site, which worked for me on 20m but isn't for some reason working after I changed to 15m.
The above is just background to my question. How can I get a WSPR balloon to appear on the Habhub Tracker map? I've had a quick search on here but couldn't see anything.
Any help would be much appreciated. I also should point out I have a Trials and Development Licence from OfCom for operating HF WSPR airborne. This runs out in November so the launch or launches as I have 2 U4Bs will be before then. What the legal position is outside the UK is anyone's guess of course.