02/17/2014

STANDARD TIME AND & FREQUENCY STATION JJY FROM JAPAN

JJY is the call sign of a low frequency time signal radio station in Japan. The station broadcasts from Mount Otakadoya, near Fukushima. I could hear JJY on 40 kHz by using my 370 m long Beverage antenna. A mp3 audio file from my observation is on: JJY, Japan 40 kHz.mp3. In this audio file you hear after 38 seconds twice the identification "jjy"in the Morse code. In less than 4 weeks I got a nice QSL in response of my reception Report. More information about reception reports to JJY can be found on: http://jjy.nict.go.jp/jjy/reception%20report_info.pdf

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21:58 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

02/16/2014

QSL FROM RFI VIA FRENCH GUYANA

After a few reminder reports to Radio France International I got recently a non detailed E-qsl. It is a QSL of the last broadcast (on Mars 27, 2013) by RFI via the shortwave relay station in French Guyana. I sent my latest report to: Radio France International, TDF Radio Business Unit, Shortwave Department,106 Avenue Marx Dormoy, FR-92541 Montrange Cedex, FRANCE.

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02/10/2014

QSL FROM WHYP RADIO FROM THE USA

In the late evening of 8 February I heard WHYP on 6925 kHz in AM. For this test was 25 watt used: WHYP 6925 kHz 25 watt.mp3. After 22.15 UTC was switched to the 225 watt transmitter: WHYP 6925 kHz 225 watt.mp3. The qsl address is whypradio(at)gmail.com.

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21:48 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

02/02/2014

QSL FROM RADIO SCOTLAND INT’L FROM THE NETHERLANDS

Recently I got a QSL-card from Radio Scotland International. He is this winter months regular heard on 6095 kHz after the broadcast of Transport Radio which also broadcast on this frequency from Monday to Friday between 09.00 and 11.00 UTC. The contact address is radioscotland(at)hotmail.com.

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15:32 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)