When I heard the NDB “3FEI3” of the “Seajacks Hydra”, was the vessel/platform located in the Outer Harbour at Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom. That is about 100 nautical miles/185 km away of my location. The Reception was moderate: NDB 3FEI3 12.07.16 - 11.00 UTC.mp3. The captain of the Hydra confirmed my reception report by stamp and sign the home made QSL. He sent me also a friendly and personal letter!
I received GSV with a nice oldies music program: GSV, Scotland 6379.5 kHz 18.09.16 - 07.40 UTC.mp3. The QSL address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
EFR’s three transmitters, each with a range of 500 kilometres, give Energy management via long-wave radio over a large part of Central Europe. Two transmitters are stationed in Germany (in Mainflingen and in Burg) and one in Lakihegy, Hungary. I sent my reception reports to: EFR Europäische Funk-Rundsteuerung GmbH, Postfach 20 05 53, D-80005 Munich, Germany.
- The QSL from DCF39 Burg:
- The QSL from DCF49 Mainflingen:
- The QSL from HG22 Lakihegy:
For 48 hours beginning at Friday 19th August Radio Seagull was on 747 Khz with a special event from the radioship "Jenni Bayton" moored in Harlingen Harbour in the north west of The Netherlands. Reception was possible across the North Sea and along the East Coast of England. A 100 W. PEP was the power of the station, using the new type of licence for low power AM operations in The Netherlands. After 1 week I got my home made QSL signed back. The address of Radio Seagull is P.O.Box 24, NL-8860 Harlingen, The Netherlands.
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.