I received an e-mail confirmation with a non detailed QSL from Myanmar Radio. As you can hear in this mp3 audio file Myanma R. 5985.250 kHz .mp3, the reception was weak. The first 43 seconds in this recording is the beginning of the English language broadcast with the identification. The e-mail confirmed my reception report of this broadcast on 5985.250 kHz at 15.30 UTC. My report was sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I received Radio Adygea from Oktyabrskaya, Krasnador region in Russia between 18.00 and 19.00 UTC. Reception of this station was not easy : Radio Adygea 6000 kHz.mp3.The frequency 7325 kHz on the QSL must be 6000 kHz. After 9 days I received a full detailed qsl-card and a information sheet with nice pictures of the antenna equipment. I sent my report to Krasnodar(at)rtrn.ru, ru6ax(at)land.ru and to krtpc(at)krtpc.ru.
50 years after the construction of the North Sea Platform “REM-eiland” was activated in the “Houthavens” Amsterdam. In 1964 for broadcast purposes activated platform near Noordwijk JO22dg in the North Sea, was later stripped of her mast to function as measuring post for “Rijkswaterstaat, the water-department of the Ministry of Publics Works. In 2006, these activities were terminated. The Platform was renovated in 2011 and placed in the “Houthavens in Amsterdam.
The audio report produced by PB50REM:
On the evening of October 26 Radio OZNRH had a broadcast on Medium wave 1616 kHz with 100 W. I heard them with the beverage antenna from 380 m on 43°.
I had noted a poor to fair signal but there was a lot of noise: ONZRH 1616 kHz.mp3.
Up to date information from this station can be found on http://radiooznrh.webnode.com/.