This Dutch low power station could be heard loudly on 918 kHz in my location on September 21, 2022 in the early evening! You can hear that clearly in this recording: https://youtu.be/6M_MvJgzfRo. That deserved a reception report! The distance between the transmitter in Gasselternijveen and my location is 359 km!
At the beginning of this summer, conditions between Europe and Japan were very good from the eve on the JMH Fax frequency 13988.5 kHz. Also on June 27, 2022 I had a nice signal (see below 2 received weather maps of that day). For my reception report I got a beautiful fully detailed QSL.
For those who want to give it a try! a program sheet. Other JMH FAX frequencies are 3622.5 kHz and 7795 kHz.
Radio Space is a special station event that broadcast for several days in my location on 94.9 MHz and on the internet. Listen along now Monday morning September 12, 2022 between 08.00 to 10.00 UTC to fun swinging songs/melodies, sing-along songs from the 60s and 70s via https://www.radiospace.be/
Music with jingles from offshore stations times …..
I heard the free hobby station, Radio Blackstone (from the north-east of the Netherlands), on June 19th 2022 on 5990 kHz just before it ended the broadcasts. Recently I received a nice e-QSL for my reception report from then! Radio Blackstone is the new name for Radio Zeewolf! The station name Radio Zeewolf is now only used on the medium wave!
There are regular test broadcasts on 15785 kHz from Erlangen, Germany in DRM from the station “Funklust”. However, the transmission power is not that high at 250 watts. On Friday, August 5th I was able to receive them with the T2FD antenna with a decent signal, but it was too weak to hear any audio! On the “DREAM” screen I could read the station ID! I made a YouTube video of my receiver during the broadcasts. You can see that the signal was not stable. Please click on https://youtu.be/i6–dEo7KwM.
For this broadcast I got a detailed! pdf QSL in reply and as thanks for my reception report! The QSL will also be sent by post!
I have received a QSL from ‘Cesky Rozhlas (CRO) – Radiožurnal’ in response for a detailed reception report of their DRM broadcasts on 954 kHz! I could then receive them well for a small moment and also hear a clear ID: https://youtu.be/HzpNvcGNEgM
CRO 954 kHz meanwhile has a new ID in the Dream screen:
It was a while ago, but I once again heard a new Dutch LPAM station on medium wave. Radio 1134AM from Oijen, North Brabant +- 213 km away came through very weakly. However too weak to hear an ID but the program ran // with the stream on their website! I made a YouTube video when the station played a very recognizable song: ‘Only You’ by The Platters: https://youtu.be/ny2GLL2GoTE.
After half an hour I received a nice response for my reception report!
Radio Pigeon is from the south of Sweden and I happened to receive it with an SSTV picture on the HAM frequency 14230 kHz. A reception report yielded a nice QSL.
Sometimes he is also on the air in the 48 m-band (eg on 6295 kHz in USB) with music and SSTV. There may be a broadcast in the 48m band again next week! (July 25 – 31, 2022). Previous broadcasts on that band were in the evening hours!