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Holanda: QSL de Groot Nieuws Radio 1008 kHz  View Printable Version 
Monday, November 09 2015

QSL
Holanda. recibida QSL de Groot Nieuws Radio en 1008 kHz porÂcorreo en 77 dÃas, informe enviado por Email a vriend@grootnieuwsradio.nlLa carta dice:
Dear Mr Romero
Thank you for emailing us. We received your report already in August,som my excuse for the delay in responding.
ItÂs nice SINPO (35443) you mentioned. Thanks for letting us know fromValencia!
Unfortunately we donÂt have QSL cards, buti hope this letter can be seenas official Confirmation.
Based on the information youprovied, I can say you indeed did listen to us.
Kind regards,

Jelmer Schuurman
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�tf-8?q?QSL Radio (Radio méditerranée intern �tf-8?q?ationale) 171 kHz Longwave  View Printable Version 
Friday, November 06 2015

QSL
QSL Radio (Radio mÃditerranÃe internationale) 171 kHz Longwave

Recibida eQSL de la estaciÃn Medi 1 Radio (Radio mÃditerranÃe
internationale) que transmite desde Nador, Marruecos. Captada el 16 de
Octubre de 2.015 entre 00:22 a 00:57 UTC en los 171 Khz de la banda de Onda
Larga (LW) utilizando WEBSDR (Receptor remoto) ubicado en la Universidad
de Twente, Eschede, Holanda. La emisiÃn es en idioma FrancÃs y Ãrabe con
noticias y mÃsica.

Informe de recepciÃn enviado a: a.elatmani@medi1.com en idioma ingles y con
respuesta por email en 1 dÃa. Nestor Vargas / DX SOCIETY (The world of
radio)

http://dxbrazilsw.blogspot.com.br/2015/11/qsl-radio-radio-mediterranee.html
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�tf-8?q?QSL ORF 1 (ROI) Radio Österreich Intern �tf-8?q?ational - Via Moosbrunn, Austri  View Printable Version 
Thursday, November 05 2015

QSL
QSL ORF 1 (ROI) Radio Ãsterreich International - Via Moosbrunn, Austria -
German service
NEW CONFIRMATION RECEIVED:
ORF 1 (ROI) Radio Ãsterreich International - Via Moosbrunn, Austria -
German service - Listened in Morrinhos, CE, Brazil, by DX-er Josà MaranhÃo,
in September 06, 2015; between 0500 - 0515 UTC, on the frequency 6.155 KHz
(49 m.). SINPO: 55444 (No interference detected) - Equipment utilized:
Radio receiver Tecsun PL 660 and Antenna Long wire (12, 5 meters) -
Received: QSL-letter, adhesive and broadcast schedules, in just 22 days
after sent RR by email!.- V/S: Listener's relations department - Ã1 Service
- QTH: oe1.service@orf.at
Josà MaranhÃoâ / DX SOCIETY (The world of radio)

http://dxbrazilsw.blogspot.com.br/2015/11/qsl-orf-1-roi-radio-osterreich.html
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QSL HCJB Die Andenstimme, Quito, Equador, transmitting from Weenermoor, Germany 7365 kHz  View Printable Version 
Thursday, November 05 2015

QSL
QSL HCJB Die Andenstimme, Quito, Equador, transmitting from Weenermoor,
Germany 7365 kHz
HCJB Die Andenstimme, Quito, Equador, transmitting from Weenermoor,
Germany. Listened on 20-Jun-2015 between 07:30 - 8:00 UTC on 7365kHz via
SDR Twente. QSL received on 03-Aug-15 for my email report to
deutsch@andenstimme.org
â#âdxunlimitedâ Sandipan Basu Mallick / âDX SOCIETY (The world of radio)

http://dxbrazilsw.blogspot.com.br/2015/11/qsl-hcjb-die-andenstimme-quito-equador.html
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QSL Adventist World Radio, Indianapolis, USA 11995 kHz and 15670 kHz  View Printable Version 
Thursday, November 05 2015

QSL
QSL Adventist World Radio, Indianapolis, USA 11995 kHz and 15670 kHz
Adventist World Radio, Indianapolis, USA. Listened on 24-May-15 between
16:00 - 16:30 UTC on 11995kHz (Trincomalee, Sri Lanka). Again on 26-Jul-15
between 15:30 - 16:00 UTC on 15670kHz (Nauen, Germany). Logged using Tecsun
PL660 receiver. QSL [Vintage AWR-Asia via SLBC Colombo QSL replica]
received on 29-Aug-15.
â#âdxunlimitedâ Sandipan Basu Mallick / âDX SOCIETY (The world of radio)

http://dxbrazilsw.blogspot.com.br/2015/11/qsl-adventist-world-radio-indianapolis.html
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