10/03/2017

QSL FROM SPECIAL HAM EVENT STATION ‘TM160BF’

Station TM160BF is a Special Event for 160 years of the end of construction of Boyard Fortress of the sea and is still in the air until 20 october 2017. There is more information on www.qrz.com. 

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09/28/2017

QSL AND PICTURES FROM RADIO BALTIC WAVE FROM LITHUANIA

Radio Baltic Waves broadcast from Lithuania with 75 watt on 1386 kHz. The QSL address is riplei@takas.lt.

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20:48 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

QSL FROM RADIO ELI, ESTONIA

Radio Eli broadcast on 1035 kHz in the Russian language. Reception reports can you send it to am1035@bk.ru.

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09/15/2017

E-QSL FROM RADIO MURSKI VAL IN SLOVENIA

When it is dark, I can hear Radio Murski val from the North East of Slovenia usually good on the medium wave band 648 kHz: Radio Murski Val 648 kHz.mp3. I sent my reception report to info@murskival.si.

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QSL FROM SUMMERMEETING RADIO 2017

The Free Radio Borderhunter Summermeeting was this year during the first weekend of July. Traditional Summermeeting Radio 2017 was back on the air from this location on short wave. I heard them on 6305 kHz in the 48 m-band with a beautiful signal: Summermeeting 2017 Radio.mp3. I sent my reception report to doctortim@t-online.de.

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09/05/2017

QSL FROM SPECIAL EVENT STATION IN BELGIUM “LONDON FM” ON 97.8 MHZ

London FM was a happen of 5 days on 97.8 MHz in Kortrijk Belgium completely focused on the English offshore Radio stations from the 60's. Different DJ’s of this stations for the British coast in International Waters granted their cooperation. The event could also be heard worldwide via the webplayer on http://miamigo40.be. The reception in my location, on 45 km from the transmitter, was poor: London FM, Kortrijk, B, 97.8 MHZ .mp3

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QSL FROM RADIO TAIWAN INTERNATIONAL

The QSL is from a test broadcast on 9680 kHz analog & DRM of Radio Taiwan International on 6th July, 2017 via the transmitter in the city Tamsui, Taiwan. Radio Taiwan International is also planning this year in September and October several direct deliveries of the German-language program of the broadcasting system Tamsui, Taiwan. The QSL address is deutsch@rti.org.tw.

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08/30/2017

QSL FROM SPECIAL EVENT STATION “ZS9V ON ROBBEN ISLAND”, SOUTH AFRICA

Robben Island is the place where Nobel Laureate and former President of South Africa Nelson Mandela was imprisoned there for 18 years he served behind bars before the fall of apartheid. During The International Lighthouse and Lightship Weekend (= is an annual 48 hour amateur radio event held on the third full weekend of August each year) I heard the special Lighthouse Station ZS9V from there. The reception was difficult. I heard them only on Saturday morning with a weak signal: ZS9V - Robben Isl.mp3. I'm quite happy with the QSL Card from that special Island.

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08/23/2017

QSL FROM “RAE ARGENTINA AL MUNDO”

RAE-ARGENTINA TO THE WORLD is back on the short wave band via a relay by WRMI - Radio Miami International, Florida, USA. Reception reports sent will be replied with a numbered, special QSL card. The QSL address is: RAE Argentina to the world, Casilla de Correos 555, CP 1000 Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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VERY LAST QSL FROM PIRATE RADIO BOSTON

After 25 years of broadcasting on the short wave was North American Pirate Radio Boston on 11 August 2017 one last time on the air through a European relay. I sent my report to pirateradioboston@gmail.com but got the QSL, along with 2 nice post cards via the postal services. Many thanks to Charlie Loudenboomer for this wonderful very last QSL!

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