I received an E-QSL from pirate station Radio Quintus. I heard Quintus on 1620 kHz with a SINPO 35343: Radio Quintus 1620 kHz.mp3
LKB/LLE is on the air with new test broadcasts this week from LLE-2 (1314 kHz) and LLE-3 (5895 kHz), Morning Broadcast today Tuesday and tomorrow Wednesday @0615-0930 UTC, and afternoon broadcast Thursday @1530-1730 UTC. Especially interested in reports today as our CE Øystein made improvements in the modulation on MW during the weekend. Running at @100 watts now. Especially the morse ident should travel well. We are looking for the specs of our Western Electric! Our QSL card has arrived, and are being sent out, but still reports are welcome! Address: Box 100, N5331 RONG, NORWAY or email@example.com ; https://www.facebook.com/groups/bergenkringkaster/
KVOH is on the air, seven days a week on 9975 kHz from 0200-0500 UTC. The station's broadcast target zones are the Caribbean, Central and South America. In the mp3 recording can be heard that reception is difficult in Europe: KVOH 9975 kHz.mp3. A program schedule and the QSL address can be found on their website: http://kvoh.net/.
LKB/LLE is on the air with new test transmissions today November 27 , 2013 and tomorrow from LLE-2 (1314 KHz) and LLE-3 (5895 kHz). The morning broadcast today is @0620-0930 UTC and tomorrow it is an afternoon broadcast @1400-1600 UTC. The QSL card has arrived, so why not report! Box 100, N5331 RONG, Norway, or report(at)bergenkringkaster.no. Don't forget to enclose 3$ or Norwegian stamps for return postage plus an address label.
Every 3rd Sunday morning of the month you can listen to European Music Radio via transmitters in Germany owned and operated by MV Baltic Radio and Radio 700.The used frequencies are 6190 kHz, 7265 kHz or 9480 kHz. More information and the contact addresses for a QSL can be found on http://www.emr.org.uk/.
Pirate Pink Panther is the last time regularly on 6796 kHz. The qsl address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Saturday night I heard a free radio station from America on 6924.5 kHz. Pirate Radio Boston was on the air with a relay of Radio Free Whatever. I posting a reception report on the HF Underground: http://www.hfunderground.com/board/. After just 4 hours I got a nice QSL back.
There are regular test transmissions of LKB/LLE from Erdal in Norway. From now on you will see on this blog when these broadcasts will take place. A mp3 audio from there last broadcasting on October 30, 2013 is on: LBK-LLE, Norway 5895 kHz.mp3. Now there are beautiful QSL cards available. Reception reports are welcome! Address: Box 100, N-5331 RONG, NORWAY or report(at)bergenkringkaster.no.
After I got earlier a QSL letter by post (see 08/09/2013 on this blog), past week I received an E-QSL for the same test broadcast of RTR Radio Europe on 12035 kHz from Kostinbrod in Bulgaria. My Report was sent to rtr-radio(at)skynet.be.
On the 13th October, 2013 PCJ Radio International has beam to Europe on 17560 kHz with a DRM test transmission from the Trincomalee tx site in Sri Lanka. The power was 80 kW. A mp3 recording from this test program is on: PCJ R. DRM Test 17560 kHz.mp3.
On May 04, 2013 I have received on the long wave frequency 243 kHz Kalundborg Radio from Denmark with a special program bringing back memories about the liberation of Denmark on May 1945. In this program I heard Denmark’s Radio’s liberation message on the BBC. I wrote a reception to info(at)teracom.dk and I got this week a nice QSL card, a kindly personal confirmation letter, a lot information about the new Nautel 50 Kw transmitter for 243 kHz and the return to long wave transmissions.
Radio 6150 brings 24 h/24h the history of Offshore Radio and historic on-air-recordings of Radio Northsea International, Radio Caroline, Radio Atlantis, etc... on 6070 kHz in the 49 m band. Yesterday I received three E-QSL's in answer for a same number of reception reports I wrote in April, May and July 2012! The reception is not always good in the Western part of Belgium: Radio 6150 on 6070 kHz.mp3. The e-mail address of the station is qsl(at)radio6150.de. More information from Radio 6150 can be found on http://www.radio-6150.de/.
The Christian Radio Station HCJB in Weenermoor, Ostfriesland, Germany has since the end of August 2013 a second short wave frequency in operation. The first frequency is 3995 kHz and the new frequency is 7365 kHz. The e-mail address for reception reports is info(at)hcjb.de. A mp3 recording during the test transmissions with only10 Watts of power can be heard on: HCJB Duitsland 7365 kHz.mp3.
Early September 2013 I heard regular Russian Radio on 6400 kHz. The reception was fair. I sent my reception report to doctortim(at)t-online.de. A mp3 audio file from a broadcast on September 17 is on Russian Radio 6400 kHz 17.09.13 - 20.10 UTC.mp3. In the beginning and at the end of the recording you'll hear a station identification.
On October 27, 2013 there is Special Halloween Show from Radio Merlin International in the 48 m-band. That is in all probability on 6305 kHz. More information on http://radiomerlininternational.weebly.com.
I got recently an E-QSL of the Finnish Pirate Radio Over 60 Degree.They are frequent on the short wave in the 48 m band, usually in the LSB mode. The address is email@example.com
There are since 19 June test transmissions on short wave from DP07 Seefunk from Hamburg via the transmitter's of Radio Monaco on 4363 and 8728 kHz. The time of broadcast is at 07.40 UTC with the weather forecast for the Mediterranean area. A mp3 audio file from this broadcast is on: DP07 via Monaco R. 4363 kHz.mp3. Reception reports are appreciated on info(at)dp07.com.
LKB LLE is test broadcasting all day on LLE-3 5895 kHz USB in the 49 meter band Shortwave from an inverted "V"-antenna. Power 50 watts. We use dual voice IDs in English and Norwegian, jingles and morse idents. Sign off 2000 UTC (2200 CET). Reception reports as sound files in mp3 to: styret(at)bergenkringkaster.no.
1314 kHz will follow in due course.
Chief engineer is LA7CFA Øystein Ask.
Family Radio WYFR from Oakland, California, USA finished on 30 June 2013 their short wave broadcasts. I sent a reception report for their very latest broadcast to Canada on 6115 kHz. A short mp3 audio recording from this broadcast is on: WYFR Family Radio final broadcast 6115 kHz.mp3.
On March 25, 2012 there was a test broadcast from All India Radio on 15410 kHz with a broadcast by two transmitters on the same frequency (AIR Bangalore 500 kW & AIR Panaji 250 kw) and scheduled at the same time. A mp3 audio file from this broadcast is on: All India Radio 15410 kHz.mp3. A reception report was sent to National Institute of Amateur Radio Hyderabad, India: vu2jos(at)qsl.net and to spectrum-manager(at)air.org.in. After 73!! weeks I got the QSL card below: