A selection of QSL cards that have been received in the mail in the past couple of weeks for myself and Marija.
On 22nd November 2021, I tuned in to Radio Taiwan International broadcasting on 12100 kHz in the English language. This was a new frequency for me for this station.
This broadcast was from their 100kW transmitter site at Pao-chung.
The overall reception of Radio Taiwan was good. The signal strength was excellent, but there was interference from FEBC on 12095 kHz.
Below is a short video of my reception of Radio Taiwan International.
- Short-Wave Info, 2021,<https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 22nd November 2021
- World Radio TV Handbook, 2021
Back on the 8th October 2021, I tuned in to 4KZ at Innisfail, Queensland, on 5055 kHz. Yesterday I received an envelope from Al Kirton, the General Manager, who is also an amateur VK4FFKZ.
The envelope contained a letter from Al.
There was also a QSL card.
Also some 4KZ stickers.
And also an information pamphlet.
Yesterday in the mail I received a QSL card from Daniel OA9DVK who was operating from Chayu Nain Communal Reserve OAFF-0040 in PERU.
I worked Daniel on the following dates:-
- 3rd October 2021
- 5th October 2021 (from home)
- 5th October 2021 (whilst I was mobile)
Yesterday in the mail I received some QSL cards from John CT2GSN in PORTUGAL. The cards were to confirm contacts that Marija VK5MAZ and myself had made with John on 26th September 2021 whilst he was activating a summit for the Summits on the Air (SOTA) program. John was running just 10 watts at the time.
John also sent us two SOTA Portugal patches.
John’s summit was Serra de Airo CT/ MN-045, a 403-metre peak.
Today in my email inbox I received an e-QSL from the Voice of America (VOA). I tuned in to the VOA on 22nd October 2021 on 15565 kHz.