03/11/2015

E-MAIL CONFIRMATION FROM RADIO JCOM FROM LEEDS IN THE UK

 Low power station Radio JCom broadcast on 1386 kHz medium wave. A short mp3 audio file during my observation is on: Radio JCom, Leeds 1386 kHz.mp3.

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03/06/2015

RADIOPHONIC CONTEST ORGANIZE BY THE ITALIAN GROUP FREE WAVE

 On March 1, 2015 six free radio stations from Italy were in the air on different moments and each one was on air on his own QRG, transmitting a single part of a complete message in Italian and English. The challenge was recreating the complete message! The participating stations were Radio Samurai, Radio Europe, Radio Enterprise,Radio U-Boat, Mistero Ghost Planet and Radio Arcadia. The solutions you could send to radioalleanza@gmail.com. I found this a nice initiative!

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02/28/2015

DRM TEST BY KTWR GUAM TO SOUTH ASIA

 On February 23 & 24, 2015 between 15.00 and 15.15 UTC there was a DRM Test on 15300 kHz to South Asia by religious station KTWR on the Island GUAM. The power was 90 KW. On my perseus SDR I saw a clear DRM signal, but this was too poor to hear an audio.

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My reception report was sent to info@twr.asia.

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22:17 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

QSL FROM FRENCH FREE RADIO MIRABELLE

There is a new pirate station from North-East of France in the air with the name Radio Mirabella. I heard the station with a programme of non-stop music on 6290 kHz. The e-mail address for the reception reports is radiomirabelle@laposte.net.  More information from Radio Mirabelle is on http://radiomirabelle.blogspot.fr/

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02/20/2015

QSL FROM PRIDNESTROVSKY RADIOTELECENTER IN MOLDOVA

On a daily basis there are broadcasts of Radio Payam e-Doost via this transmitter in Moldova on 7480 kHz. The best reception in my location is in the USB mode because of the strong interference of an utility transmitter on  +- 7479.5 kHz: R. Payam e-Doost 7480 kHz.mp3. My reception report was sent to prtc@idknet.com and after just 12 hours I got this very nice E-QSL:  

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21:39 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

SSTV STATIONS FROM MARTINIQUE ISLAND

 

Recently I received two SSTV stations from Martinique on 27700 kHz USB. I found their e-mail address on http://www.qrz11.com/.

STATION  136RC121:

Pictures I received:

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The QSL:

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STATION 136RC103

Picture I received:

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The QSL:

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02/08/2015

QSL FROM RADIO EUROPE, ITALY

 Radio Europe broadcast on 6875 kHz from Milan, Italy with a power of 100 watt. The reception in Belgium is poor to fair: R. Europe 6875 kHz.mp3. The QSL address is radioeurope@iol.it.

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02/05/2015

QSL FROM RADIO REVIVAL SWEDEN

 I received Radio Revival with a test transmission from a transmitter in Sala on 9865 kHz. More information from this station is on http://radiorevivalsweden.blogspot.be/. The QSL address is radiorevivalsweden@hotmail.com.

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01/31/2015

QSL FROM NHK WORLD RADIO JAPAN

Every day NHK Radio Japan has a broadcast on 927 kHz from Duchanbe, Tajikistan. This broadcast is in the Urdu language and can be heard between 17.00 and 17.30 UTC. I heard them on November 06, 2014 in this quality: NHK Radio Japan 927 kHz.mp3. The QSL was filled in the Urdu Language. The location of the transmitter ( تاجکستان ) is mention under the frequency "927 kHz" and it means "Republic of Tajikistan".

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01/24/2015

QSL FROM “SAQ” – GRIMETON RADIO STATION, VARBERG, SWEDEN

As annual on Christmas Eve, there was a transmission with the Alexanderson 200 kW alternator on VLF 17.2 kHz from Grimeton Radio/SAQ. In the mp3 audio file Grimeton Radio-SAQ Transmission 17.2 kHz .mp3 you hear this message that was broadcast in the Morse code.

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I used a Beverage antenna from 370 metres long on 43° (without Balun!). Reception reports you could send it to info@alexander.n.se or to Alexander - Grimeton Veteranradios Vaenner, Radiostationen, Grimeton 72S-432 98 GRIMETON, SWEDEN.

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