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Monday, January 11, 2010

Latest shortwave QSLs received

This is a summary of my latest SW QSLs received.

My all-time Studio/Station QSL count has now jumped to 1045!

All QSLs are for frequencies not previously verified.

ALBANIA
R. Tirana 6155 6030, thin col cards show dancer in Traditional Costume

ARMENIA
Family Radio 7490 Yerevan, col cd commemorates 50 years of Family Radio,
"1959-2009", shows digital radio

FRANCE
NHK 9830 Issoudin, col cd shows Christmas Lights at Yokohama City

RN 5970 Issoudin, col cd shows canals in Weesp

GERMANY
RFA 9880 Lampertheim, "Year of Ox" col card

IBRA Radio 9675 Wertachtal, large folding col cd shows African theme

Family Radio 9480 Nauen, 9695 Wertachtal, col cds commemorate 50 years of
Family Radio, "1959-2009", show digital radio

Polish Radio 5935 6155 Wertachtal, large col cds show scenes in Krakow and
Tatry

RN 6125 Nauen, col cd shows bridge in Amsterdam

MADAGASCAR
RN 7425, col cd shows windmill on River Gaasp

MARIANAS
RFA 11715, 11785 Tinian, "Year of Ox" col cards

PHILIPPINES
FEBC 9405 Bocau, col cd shows transmitter antenna switching control desk

ROMANIA
RRI 6030 9765 6065 9790 6155 7440, col cards show vintage radios

SOUTH AFRICA
RFI 5895 Meyerton, RTE 6220 Meyerton, personal letters from Sikander Hoosen,
Sentech

UNITED KINGDOM
RN 6040 Rampisham, col cd shows canal in Amsterdam

USA
Radio Prague 9955, WRMI relay, col cd shows vintage steam locomotive

UZBEKISTAN
Family Radio 5820 Tashkent, col cd commemorates 50 years of Family Radio,
"1959-2009", shows digital radio

VATICAN
RN 7305 5930 Santa Maria di Galeria, col cards show farming and Amsterdam
scenes

ALL-TIME SHORTWAVE ACHIEVEMENTS (since 1954)
Total QSLs received: 8,322 (no duplicate frequencies)
Total active radio countries verified: 229
Total inactive radio countries verified: 14
Total Stations (Studios) verified: 1,045
Total reception reports sent out: 10,891
All-time QSL response rate: 76%

NOTES
1. Achievements are based on Standards and Definitions established by the
"Australian DXing Federation"
2. All reports sent out and QSLs received were via postal mail - no Email
3. Return postage not sent
4. No utility, amateur, VHF, TV, LW, MW, time-signal or digital
transmissions

Regards from Melbourne!

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