Thursday, December 1, 2016

QSLs in the Mail

After three days away from home and radio, while on the island Republic of Singapore, five verifications arrived in the mail.

Voice of Turkey posted a QSL card celebrating Eid Al-Adha and coaster of a tourist attraction in Turkey. This was for a reception report submitted in early September, this year.

WRMI in south Florida sent a QSL card of the fauna and flora around Okeechobee for a November reception report, submitted by email and online.

KNLS in Anchor Point (Alaska) also replied to a November reception report for a Chinese language broadcast with a QSL card, letter and postcards of Alaska.

A QSL card from Radio 700* via Kall-Krekel (Germany) for a reception report of a broadcast in January finally arrived. This verification was for a historical documentary that explored  the music and recordings made from 1910 till 1915 in Germany.

NeuesLeben-HCJB, transmitting from Nauen (Germany), is another verification for a previous Russian/Chechen transmission, which was confirmed by several organisations involved in their Evangelical programming.

Thank you very much, one and all! It's always nice to have QSLs waiting in the mailbox when one returns from a holiday.

*Logged using a remote SDR receiver linked to the University of Twente (The Netherlands) website and monitored in Malaysia  

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