A big surprise was when I got in my mailbox this week a QSL from Fishery Radio Station from Taiwan. I received this station in February 2016 on the medium wave frequency 1143 kHz with my 385 metres long Beverage antenna. A small recording of what I heard can be heard here: Fishery Radio Station TWN 1143 kHz.mp3. I sent my reception report to this address: Fishery Radio Station, Fisheries Agency, No. 5 Yugang N. 2nd Road, Cianjhen District, Kaohsiung City 80672, TAIWAN (ROC).
The medium wave band in The Netherlands is now open for new low power stations, operating with a power of 1-100 Watt. Radio Babylona is one of first of this stations and broadcast from the village Musselkanaal on 747 kHz with a power of 100 Watt PEP. This is my first QSL of such radio station. The QSL address is info(at)babylona.nl.
In July PCJ Radio International presented a special two hour program to Europe called from the Radio Netherlands Archives. A short recording in the beginning of the program can be found here: PCJ Radio 7780 kHz.mp3.This was the first of a number of specials. Listeners who write in will also get a special e-QSL. This was a broadcast on 7780 kHz from the TX in Okeechobee in Florida, USA. The address for reception reports to PCJ Radio is: pcjqsl(at)pcjmedia.com.
Radio Orion 2000 is a free radio station from Germany. I heard them on 7280 kHz kHz. He was also spotted on several frequency’s in the 48 m-band or between 6900 and 6950 kHz with beautiful swinging oldies music and original jingles. A short mp3 recording you can hear it here: Radio Orion 2000.mp3. The station sends beautiful e-qsl cards. The address is: radioorion2000(at)googlemail.com.
Likewise there was this year a Free Radio Summer Meeting in the Netherlands. The organization was in the hands of Short wave Combination Holland and took place in the North-East of Netherlands.There was also the traditional Summer meeting Radio who sent that weekend on 6239 kHz. Below the QSL card I received. The QSL address was radiolowland(at)hotmail.com.