On Saturday evening March 23, 2013 the French station “Atlantic 2000” broadcast on 3985 kHz on the 75 m-band from Kall-Krekel in Germany, who is the transmitting site of Radio 700. A mp3 recording from this broadcast is on R. Atlantic2000 - 3985 kHz 23.03.13 - 21.45 UTC.mp3. The e-mail adress is email@example.com. You can find more information on: http://radioatlantic2000.free.fr. After 1 week I received this E-QSL card:
Normal frequency for broadcast from RKNW is on AM 1521 kHz to South West London UK. But on March 23 between 22.15 and 23.12 UTC a pirate station in North America relayed their web stream on 6925 kHz AM. The reception was not good here in Belgium: RKNW 6925 kHz.mp3. I read in my QSL letter: “Please listen out for possible future SW transmissions”. The address of the station is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Today I received a second qsl-card of AWR / WRMI Radio Miami International for my report to the “Special Wavescan” DX program on February 13 on 13570 kHz via the transmitter of WINB in Red Lion, USA. (See also on "02/19/2013"). Verie signer and also the man on the QSL-card is DX Editor Adrian M. Peterson.
Radio Ronin Shortwave’s AM signal came in loud and clear in the night of February 9 on 6920 kHz: Ronin SW 6920 kHz.mp3. My report, which I sent to radioroninshortwave(at)gmail.com, was answered after 4 weeks with this QSL-card:
After I send a reminder I got after a few hours an E-qsl card, a personal letter and some pictures from Radio Targu-Neumarkt on 1323 kHz. I received this station on January 5, 2013 in this quality: Radio Targu-Neumarkt ROU 1323 kHz.mp3
Twenty-eight weeks after I sent a reception report, today I got with the snail mail a special QSL-card for the final broadcast by CVC La Voz in Chile, which is also the last one from this transmitter site. The site will be dismantled. My report was send to Casilla 395, Talagante, Chile and to antonio(at)cvclavoz.cl. A short mp3 audio file of this very last broadcast is on: CVC La Voz, Chile 17680 kHz Final Broadcast.mp3
In the morning of March 3, 2013 the pirate station Radio U-Boat 66 was on the air on 7300 kHz. A reception report was sent to uboatradio(at)gmail.com. After 2 hours I got a personal letter and two not detailed E-QSL’s. A mp3 audio file with the identification is on: Radio U Boat 66 - 7300 kHz.mp3