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: