01/25/2014

QSL FROM IBB PHILIPPINES TRANSMITTING STATION

Recently I sent again my reception report of a broadcast from 2009 to this station. I tried this time via this e-mail address: Manager_philippines(at)phi.ibb.gov. After 4 weeks I got a nice QSL card of the VOA via IBB Philippines, I could hear on the medium wave on 1170 kHz: V.O. America, PHL 1170 kHz.mp3. I found this postal address on the envelope: International Broadcasting Bureau, Philippines Transmitting Station, P.O. Box 151 CPO 1099, 1050 Manila, Philippines. In the meantime this medium wave transmitter is off the air.

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21:43 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

01/16/2014

QSL FROM AMERICAN FORCES NETWORK IN GERMANY

AFN Frankfurt 873 kHz switch off for ever on May 31, 2013. And recently I got a qsl card for their last evening that I was listening on the frequency. The QSL address for AFN Europe is: AFN Europe, Frequency Management, CMR 418, Unit 29405, APO AE 09058, USA.AFN QSL1.jpg

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01/11/2014

QSL FROM HIT PARADE RADIO, A FREE RADIO STATION FROM AMERICA

Hit Parade radio is regulated on the air around +- 6920 kHz. He was also heard on 6850 kHz. The power is only 45 watts in the AM mode and so is for European listeners a real DX station. I heard them in the night of 4 January and wrote a report to this e-mail address:  hitparaderadio(at)gmail.com.

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01/06/2014

ARTIC RADIO CLUB WITH A SPECIAL PROGRAM ON RADIO MERKURS

Radio Merkurs from Riga in Latvian on 1485 kHz has broadcast on December 22 and 28 a special Christmas program from the Artic Radio Club in Sweden. Power was 2.7 KW. The QSL address from this first medium wave dx club in Europe is: Artic Radio Club, C/o Ronny Forslund,Vita Huset, SE-17995 Svartsjö, ZWEDEN.  

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21:51 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

PHASER 1512 RADIO, A NEW PIRATE STATION IN ENGLAND.

I heard this station for the first time on 14 December 2013 on 1512 kHz. In the Christmas period they were also on the air with a new cross field antenna. The power from the TX was only 80-100 watts. Reception was fair in my location: Phaser 1512 R. 1512 kHz.mp3. Phaser 1512 will be back with a lot more power in the near future. The station is also 24h/24h on the internet playing old & new: http://www.phaser1512.com/. The QSL address is studio(at)phaser1512.com.

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