I was lucky to hear in february 2014 station “RTI iLoveMusic” on the medium wave 1557kHz. I sent a few reception reports. Every time I got a not detailed QSL card, even after dx-er Eckhard Röscher from Dessau-Rosslau in Germany offered an other e-mail address. Thereupon EcKhard suggested to try it for me. So he sent via the same e-mail address my reception report to Mrs. Eva Triendl from the German office of RTI. He tried to explain my situation that I received the QSL but without details. He told her how difficult it is to catch medium wave signals from Taiwan here in Europe and that the DX-er are a group of strange and crazy people, who need the success in case of a detailed QSL!
And really, after three weeks I got the full detailed QSL below from Taiwan. Thank you very much for your help Eckhard. I appreciate that really!
Radio OZNRH transmit almost every night on Medium wave 1616 kHz and on the 48 Meter band (in a place on 6200 - 6300 kHz). I heard them in the late evening of September 12 on 6263.5 kHz in this quality: ONZRH 6263.5 kHz 12.09.04 - 20.45 UTC.mp3. Reception reports through firstname.lastname@example.org are very quickly answered with a friendly letter and a nice e-QSL:
Up to date information from this station can be found on http://radiooznrh.webnode.com/.
I received a transmitter from FN Fort de France “FUF” on 13031 kHz in the digital mode “STANAG 4285”. I sent my English language report, a SAE, 1$ and a souvenir postcard to Fuerzas Armadas Francesas Station FUF, Marine Française, Station Radio Pointe de Sables, B.P. 619, FR-97261 Fort de France Marine-Cedex, Martinique.
When I was looking on September 06 for a local HAM station in the 2 m band, I heard by chance, but also surprising SSTV signals in the PD180 mode from the ISS on 145.800 MHz. During the day I received more (unclear) pictures:
In the year 2002 I received the QSL below from the ISS when I heard Belgian astronaut Frank Dewinne from space:
On August 29, 2014 Studio DX tested a transmitter in (the Northern part of?) Italy on 1350 kHz from 1500 to 0000 UTC. The reception in Belgium was at 20.30 UTC moderately: Studio DX test 1350 kHz 29.08.14 - 20.30 UTC.mp3. A special QSL card was issued for this test broadcast. The address of Studio DX is email@example.com.