I received a nice QSL card (+ stickers) for the very last broadcast on 1233 kHz via the transmitter from Zbraslav in the Czech Republic. The transmitter was activated once more for 24 hours (with a broadcast from Radio Dechovka) in the context of the 100th anniversary of Czech radio. On YouTube you can listen to a fragment of this broadcast with some identifications. Please click on https://youtu.be/aypaZmQVkvg.
A pity, the used frequency is not mentioned on the QSL!
Europarl Radio is a project by Directorate-General for Translation at the European Parliament. It usually presents is multilingual programs online at https://en.audio.europarl.europa.eu/main/pub/home . It is the first time in history that programs prepared by European Parliament staff were transmitted on shortwave, with the help of our partner, radio station Channel 292, Germany (6070 and 9670 kHz). It is the intention to encourage more people to get interested in the European Parliament, its members, activities, and especially the forthcoming 2024 European elections.
There were 3 broadcasts and for each broadcast there was a separate e-QSL card.
On Saturday, April 22, 2023 it was “International Marconi Day”. Then there are many ‘Special Events’ in the air among the HAM stations! Like HV1CN who was in the eater for 5 hours (between 08:00 and 13:00 UTC) in the 40 m band from a Vatican Radio studio in Vatican City. A pity, the reception was not good in our region. I guess my location was in the “dead zone”! You can listen to a short recording via this link: HV1CN – Radio Vatican 7155 kHz LSB.mp3.
I received a paper QSL of the very last broadcast, (just before the final shutdown on January 2, 2023 at 24:00 UTC), from RTL on 234 kHz! The long wave transmitter in Beidweiler, Luxembourg went into service in 1972 as replacement of the old Junglinster longwave transmitter.
I got a nice E-QSL ( and a personal e-mail) from the Italian station Radio Milano XR (100 watts) which is on the air daily from the Milan region on 1233 kHz between 04:00 and 19:00 UTC. Also at the same hours on weekends!
I received a reception confirmation via e-mail from ‘Radio Z100 Milano’ (1Kw) from Italy, which I can hear well in the evenings on 1350 kHz. The location of the transmitter is in the Milan area, 800 km from my QTH. I made a short YouTube movie of my Perseus receiver during a few station identifications. Click on https://youtu.be/-MLP_Ba6Y4c to view it.
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