01/27/2016

MEDIUM WAVE QSL FROM THE AMERICAN RADIO STATION WRCR

I received WRCR from Spring Valley, New York on 1700 kHz with a reasonable quality: WRCR Spring Valley, NY 1700 kHz.mp3. My reception report was sent to mail@wrcr.com.

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The new Nautel TX:

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The new 60-meter antenna tower:

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20:52 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

QSL FROM AMERICAN FREE RADIO STATION CHANNEL Z

Channel Z is a low power station from North America and has been on the air since November 2004. I heard the station when he was in the air on 6150.5 kHz AM with 25 watt of power:

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Channel Z is really a DX station on the short wave! The QSL address is channelzradio(at)gmail.com. A reception report or mp3 audio file is 100% confirmed with a detailed E-QSL:

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17:40 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

01/14/2016

QSL FROM HARBOUR LIGHT OF THE WINWARDS FROM CARRIACOU, GRENADA

I received Harbour Light of the Windwards in the night of 9 January at 03.00 UTC. The reception was fair to good: Harbour Lights, Grenada 1400 kHz 09.01.16 - 03.00 UTC.mp3.They have an interesting page on the internet that describes the transmitting equipment: www.harbourlightradio.org/page25.html. After just 1 day I got this nice QSL:

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21:32 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

QSL FROM COAST STATION TALLIN RADIO IN ESTONIA

I received Tallin Radio with a NAVTEX broadcast on 518 kHz. Tallin Radio sent beautiful QSL cards:

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21:27 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

QSL FROM THE VERY LAST BROADCAST OF LUXEMBOURG MEDIUM WAVE STATION MARNACH

The broadcasts on 1440 kHz ended with the national anthem of Luxembourg: RTL Signing off1440 kHz 31.12.15 - 00.00 UTC.mp3. I sent my very last reception report to: Broadcasting Center Europe,TV and Radio Transmissions, 45 Blvd. Pierre Frieden, L-1543 Luxembourg, Luxembourg.

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21:22 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

12/31/2015

QSL FROM A MEDIUM WAVE TEST FROM RADIO NORTHERN STAR IN NORWAY

Currently, there are regular test transmissions of Radio Northern Star on 1611 kHz. The transmitter location is Bergen, Norway. I received Radio. I received Nothern Star in this quality: Radio Northern Star, NOR,1611 KHz 21.12.15 - 22.44 UTC.mp3 The TX power was 250 watt. Reception reports can you send it to Northern Star Media Services, PO BOX 100, N-331 RONG, NORWAY. Via e-mail to 1000@northernstar.no or report@bergenkringkaster.no.

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22:31 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

QSL FROM RADIO MI AMIGO 1485 KHZ

With the 42 ° Beverage antenna I receive Radio Mi Amigo fair to good on 1485 kHz: Radio Mi Amigo 3985 kHz 22.10.15 - 17.00 UTC.mp3. The TX location is Riga, Latvia. The power is 2.5 KW. More information about the mediumwave and shortwave broadcast from Radio Mi Amigo is on http://www.radiomiamigointernational.com/english/weekends....The QSL address is: info@radiomiamigo.es.

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22:24 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

QSL FROM RADIO GERONIMO SHORTWAVE

I received Radio Geronimo on December 20, 2015 in the 48 m-band. After 2 days I got following QSL. The e-mail address is geronimoshortwave@gmail.com.

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22:19 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

12/24/2015

EEN VROLIJK KERSTFEEST EN EEN GELUKKIG NIEUWJAAR 2016!

To all the visitors from this blog and their family, a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY NEW YEAR 2016!

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17:09 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)

12/22/2015

SPECIAL QSL FROM RADIO TIRANA / AUSTRIA DX BOARD (ADXB)

Thanks to the cooperation between the German language branch of Radio Tirana listeners Club and the Austrian DX Board (ADXB), a special QSL issued. The broadcasts took place between 1 September and 30 November 2015.  

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20:26 Posted by Hugo | Comments (0)