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Radio Taiwan International, transmitting from Tamsui, Taiwan, was logged on 1 April 2022. English language broadcast was monitored from 16.00 to 17.00 UTC. Reception on 9.405 kHz rated a SINPO of 44454 -- strong signal, clear audio, despite minor atmospheric noise in the background
Reception report was submitted by email on 4 April 2022. QSL card arrived on 13 May 2022,
RX: Alinco DX-R8T EXT ANT: 1/4 wave QTH: Central West Malaysia
NEPAL POST on 2 April 2001 issued a single stamp marking the 50th anniversary of Radio Nepal. Pastmark cancellation originated from Kathmandu. Cachet depicts the Radio Nepal logo.
Nepal started broadcasting regularly on 2 April 1951 with a 250-watt
short-wave transmitter was used at initial time. . Initially it began
with a radio station called Prajatantra (democracy) Radio from Bhojpur
District in 1949. Shortly after the end of the Rana regime, the first
government radio channel in Nepal, Radio Nepal was the only radio
channel in Nepal for almost 45 years.