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Electronic QSLs from Marconi Radio International   
Saturday, November 21 2015

QSL
Dear listener, Ivo Ivanov,
Thank you for your reception report. Our full data electronic QSL
verifications nr. 34 and 35 are enclosed. Many thanks also for your online
video clips that were vital in order to verify your reception reports.

With a lot of enthusiasm we inform you that your reception report
is the first in our history from Bulgaria. CONGRATS!!!

We are a small free radio station broadcasting from Italy which, after
15 years of dormancy, returned back to the airwaves on 15th August 2015.
Currently we are airing test broadcasts on our historic frequency of 11390
and power is in the region of 30 watts. Although we are not broadcasting
regularly, we usually go on air on Saturdays, from 13.00 to 15.00 UTC, and
on Sundays, from 09.00 to 13.00 UTC (1 hour earlier when Summer Time).

Additional tests may also be aired on Tuesdays or Wednesdays, from 18.00 to
20.00 UTC. Please note that times and days of transmission are liable to change.
However a circular message on when our tests are scheduled is regularly sent
in advance to shortwave community and listeners in our mailing list.

Here is the schedule for the next test broadcasts of Marconi Radio
International:
21st November 2015, from 1300 to 1430 UTC
22nd November 2015, from 0900 to 1300 UTC
25th November 2015, from 1800 to 1930 UTC

Until now reception reports, found to be correct, have been received
from listeners
from 13 countries in Europe: Austria, Belgium, Finland, France, Germany, Italy,
Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland as well as, for the first time in our
history, from
Bulgaria, Greece, Romania and Ukraine.

We hope to extend the duration of our broadcasts in the near future and also to
increase power. We expect to use a new transmitter and, for the first
time in our
history, a frequency outside the 11 MHz band very soon. We also plan to send in
printed QSL cards by snail-mail but only to some lucky listeners.
Thatâs why itâs
vital to provide us with postal address. In the meantime a new eQSL
has been designed
and its distribution will start as soon as the new transmitter is operational.

Unlike a number of free radios from Northern of Europe we know what a
QSL is and our
verifications will always come with ALL details about reception of MRI.

We would be glad to hear from you again.
Your sincerelyhttp://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.bg/2015/11/electronic-qsls-from-marconi-radio_21.html

--
73!
Ivo Ivanov

*QTH*: Sofia, Bulgaria
*Equipment*: Sony ICF-2001D 30 m. long wire
*Web: *http://swldxbulgaria.blogspot.com/
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