08/08/2017

QSL FROM CANADA C3 EXPEDITION WSPR BEACON CG3EXP ON THE VESSEL “POLAR PRINCE”

The Canada C3 Expedition vessel "Polar Prince" which got under way on June 1 and will continue until October 28. It is part of Canada’s Sesquicentennial celebration. The vessel is sailing from Toronto to Victoria via the Northwest Passage. A beacon on the “Polar Prince” is active on the WSPR frequency in the 40 m, 30 m and 20 m band. More information about this temporarily station can be found on https://www.qrz.com/. The address for reception reports is: cg3exp@gmail.com.

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08/07/2017

QSL FROM RADIO MARIA LITHUANIA

A while ago I could hear Radio Maria Lithunia with a clear ID and identification on 95 MHz: Radijas Marijos Anyscia, Litouwen 95 MHz 3,9 Kw, 1560 km.mp3.

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Giampiero Bernardini, WFRM QSL manager, confirmed my catch!

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07/23/2017

THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION CELEBRATES ITS 20TH ANNIVERSARY WITH A SSTV EVENT

In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of ARISS, a Slow Scan Televesion (SSTV) was planned on July 20 and July 21, 2017. SSTV signals were sent to the earth on 145.80 MHz FM. The SSTV mode of transmission was PD 120. During the passage above Europe could I receive with my Kenwood R-5000 receiver, linked to my RX SSTV program on my computer, the pictures below. Click on the picture for a larger image:

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Below the hommade cross dipole antenna that I used for the reception of the International Space Station - ISS:

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07/09/2017

QSL FROM RADIO FREE ASIA

Radio Free Asia is really a quick answerer of reception reports! After less than one week you get post back. This time I sent a report for a broadcast in Tibetan from the IBB broadcasting station in Kuwait. A QSL card with the image of this broadcasting station in Kuwait is still used until August 2017. The QSL address is qsl@rfa.

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06/27/2017

QSL FROM DUTCH SHORT WAVE PIRATE STATION RADIO ASTRONAUT

Radio Astronaut from Twente inThe Netherlands was in the air on 6300 kHz with a power of only 7 watt. The QSL address is radioastronaut@outlook.com.

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06/24/2017

QSL FROM SPECIAL HAM STATION OP0PPY

Members of the Royal Union, of Belgian Radio Amateurs radioclubs operated OP0PPY between 1 and 11 June 2017 from Mesen, the smallest city in Belgium, commemorating World War 1:  OP0PPY 14220 kHz USB.mp3.

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05/26/2017

HOME MADE QSL-CARD FROM NDB SAL FROM AMICAR CABRAL INT’L FROM CAPE VERD

I received on 274 kHz the Non Directional Beacon SAL from the airport Amicar Cabrial International on the Island Sal on Cape Verde. The reception was fair to good: NDB SAL Cape Verde 247 kHz.mp3. After 5 weeks the home made QSL card was sent back by registered mail fully completed, signed and stamped! I found the address on the website of the airport. Cape Verde is for me a new radio country from whish I received a QSL.

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QSL CERTIFICATE FROM LOOSTAD RADIO

Earlier I had received an e-mail confirmation by Loostad Radio. But now there are nice! qsl - certificate available from this low power ( = 100 watt) medium wave station (1395 kHz) from the Netherlands.

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05/04/2017

QSL FROM VESTI FM

I received Vesti FM on 1413 kHz from the Pridnestrovsky Radiotelecentrsite in Moldova with a program in the Russian language. My report was sent to Sergey Omelchenko,Technical Director of Pridnestrovsky Radiotelecentr, prtc(at)idknet.com.

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QSL FROM LOW POWER AM STATION KINGSTOWN HOSPITAL RADIO

Kingstown Hospital Radio operates from Hull, UK on 1350 kHz with a power of only 1 watt!: Kingstown Hospital Radio 1350 kHz.mp3.The distance between the transmitter and my hometown is 380 km. A friendly personal e-mail from Randal B Jones, Chairman of Kingstown Radio confirmed my reception report. Address: onair(at)kingstownradio.org.

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