On June 30, 2019 the traditional summer transmission took place with the old Alexanderson alternator SAQ at World Heritage Grimeton Radio Station on 17,2 kHz CW. For this broadcast, I used a simple long wire antenna of 30 meters long, without a Balun. This time I sent my reception report via the form on their website https://alexander.n.se/receptionreport/
Special Event Station Radio Space will be on air in the 49 m-band on 6070 kHz on Saturday, September 07, 2019 between 12.00 and 14.00 UTC.
Radio Space was in the early 80s a popular Free Radio Station on FM in the region ‘Westhoek’ in Belgium. The station finished forced the broadcast in November 1984.
This year they are having a reunion from the same location in Hoogstade, in the Western part of Belgium, with a 3 day broadcast on the FM 94.9 MHz for the region but also a 2 hour broadcast for Europe on 6070 kHz.
During these 2 hours you will hear the program “The European Top 40 of the 80s”. Admits, more European is not possible via this short wave frequency!
Reception reports are very welcome and are 100% answered with a special Radio Space E-QSL card!
Radio Space can be contacted on email@example.com.
Radio Maria Albania is my new confirmation in my QSL collection of the Radio Maria organization. I heard them on 90 MHz by good ES conditions to the Balkan region. The transmitter (only 100 watt!!) is located in Kuës in the North East of Albania (=+-1675 km of my hometown). I received the station well for fifteen minutes, even a short time with RDS! Can be seen on this YouTube video: Radio Maria Albania with RDS. I was also happy to hear a full identification: Radio Maria Albania 90 MHz.mp3. Thanks again to QSL manager Radio Maria Giampiero Bernardini for confirming my reception report!
Free Radio Charleston from Germany can now be heard almost daily on 5140 kHz. You can hear music from the 40s and 50s. I recently received the E- QSL below. The QSL address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
I got a nice QSL from Radio Joey that I heard on June 15, 2019 on 6320 kHz. You heard very few identifications in their broadcast! The address is email@example.com.
I heard during day time Radio Transparant from the location Creil on 1008 kHz. They use 100 watts of power!
During the night I could hear Radio T-Pot with a clear identification on 1224 kHz. Click on Radio T-Pot 1224 kHz.mp3 for a short mp3 audio file with the identification! The transmitter is only 25 watt of power and is located in Gasselternijveen in the Netherlands, +- 355 km of my home town. They used beautiful E-QSL card.
On June 19, 2019 I could hear Radio Maryja with a clear identification and RDS on 88.5 MHz. The transmitter (10 kW) is located in Slupsk, Poland!
On June 22, 2019 I could hear Radio 1224 on 1224 kHz. The transmitter of Radio 1224 is only 100 watt of power and is located in Lunteren in the Netherlands, +- 234 km of my home town. More information of this station is on http://www.radio1224.nl/. Thanks for the nice e-mail!
On June 16, 2019 I could catch Radio Tidalwave on 6310 kHz. Nice is that more and more free radios send SSTV frames during their broadcasts.
This is ideal for writing the correct station name in the log. The address is firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks for the nice e-QSL card!