Reception report was emailed shortly after the broadcast on the same day. An eQSL arrived on 2 August 2021.
*RX: University of Twente SDR ANT: mini whip QTH: Enschede, Netherlands monitored on the internet from Malaysia
Reception reports were emailed on 16 May 2021. Due to the pandemic -- surge in Covid-19 cases in Taiwan -- QSL cards arrived later than usual...two months later on 26 July 2021.
RX: Alinco DX-R8 and Tecsun S-2000 ANT: 1/4 wave and Passive Loop QTH: Malaysia
Who invented the first radio? Alexander Stepanovich Popov, Guglielmo Marconi or Jagadish Chandra Bose? All three men were contemporaries and were aware of the electromagnetic studies by Heinrich Rudolf Hertz, James Clerk Maxwell and Oliver Lodge, each of whom contributed to the basis of radio communications. But they did not apparently see the value in developing a communication system based on electromagnetic waves. So, if not these men, then who can claim to have 'the first' such apparatus? Well, if based on national pride, then the nation of each man makes the claim -- Russia, Italy (Ireland too, as Marconi was half Irish) and India (Bangladesh, as Bose was a Bengali). However, in the final analysis, it is the official documentation that awards the inventor the title of being 'the first". That said, the stamps below from Russia, San Marino and India honour each of these radio pioneers/inventors.