Q-AM broadcast with 100 watt on 1395 kHz from the city Waardenburg in the Netherlands. Because there are other low power stations from The Nederlands broadcasting on that frequency, it is very difficult to hear a full station identification. But in the morning of October 29, 2016 I had that luck: Q-AM 1395 kHz.mp3. The distance between the transmitter and my hometown is 195 km. I sent my report via the website: http://q-am.nl/.
On Christmas morning December 24, 2016 the traditional transmission with the old Alexanderson alternator SAQ at World Heritage Grimeton Radio Station, Sweden took place at 08:00 UTC on 17,2 kHz CW. The transmission has been reported by over 400 listeners, a new record! With the Beverage antenna I also had good reception: SAQ 17.2 kHz.mp3. The qsl address of SAQ is:info(at)Alexander.n.se.
This station on 2325 kHz from Australia ended his broadcasts for good on January 31, 2017. I was happy to hear VL8T Tennant Creek clear in Belgium with a fair signal on 24 January: ABC R. Tennant Creek 2325 kHz.mp3.
I heard by chance Pulse 2 (40 W) from West Yorkshire on 1278 kHz. The distance between the transmitter site and my hometown is +-425 km. Exactly on the hour, he was suddenly clear and I head a nice identification: Pulse 2 West Yorkhire 1278 kHz.mp3.
Groeistad Radio broadcast with 100 watt on 747 kHz from the city Wassenaar in the Netherlands. With the Beverage antenna is the reception in my location surprisingly good!: Groeistad Radio, Wassenaar NL 747 kHz.mp3.The distance between the transmitter and my hometown is 170 km. The QSL address is groeistad747(at)hotmail.com.
I listened to Loostad Radio (100 watt) on 1395 kHz. Because there are other low power radio's from The Nederlands broadcasting on that frequency, it was extremely difficult to hear a station identification:. On January 4, (2017) I had that luck: Loostad Radio 1395 kHz.mp3. With an e-mail to Info(at)LoostadRadio.nl, I got an e-mail confirmation shortly after.The distance between the transmitter and my hometown is 263 km.