In February 2011, I heard World Greek station Radio Symban from Australia on 2368.5 kHz. I heard this low power only a 10 minutes with a sports report in the Greek language. A short mp3 recording is on: R.Symban, AUS 2368.5 kHz.mp3. After a few weeks was my reception report with a hand written QSL-card confirmed. But recently I got for that broadcast also a nice e-QSL. The e-mail address is dxer1234(at)gmail.com.
On July 20 and July 21, 2013 there were test transmissions of RTR Radio Europe on 12035 kHz from the Kostinbrod transmitter site in Bulgaria. On 20 July was 25000 Watts used. On Sunday 21 July was used 50000 Watts of power. A mp3 audio recording from the broadcast at July 21 is on RTR Radio Europe 12035 kHz.mp3 The address of the station is RTR Radio Europe, Postfach 1142, D-52157 Roetgen, Germany. The e-mail address is rtr-radio(at)skynet.be.
On July 24, 2013 I heard Radio Foxfire on 6290 kHz with nice music from the 60’s and the 70’s. The reception was fair to good. I noted SINPO 35333. I sent my reception report to radiofoxfire(at)hotmail.com.
Radio Foxfire used a “R&S sk 0/10 transmitter” (30 watt) and an “inverted V” antenna.