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Thursday, December 1, 2011

DX Report from Australia over AWR Wavescan

I produce the special monthly DX feature "DX Report from Australia" in AWR's
Wavescan program, in which I offer full detailed E-QSLs or hard-copy QSLs
showing Australian scenery and wildlife.

These shows are sponsored by the Electronic DX Press.

The most recent show was on November 28, broadcast over WRMI Miami, KSDA
Guam, Meyerton, Nauen and Wertachtal.

A listener in India sent in a very comprehensive QSL report, via the on-line
Report Form Template at and I have sent him an E-QSL showing
an Australian Christmas theme.

I'd like to share his comments with you:

Your comments about our program:
EDXP report has always been one of my favorite sources of Dx info on
WAVESCAN over the years. EDXP report is a ready source of information for
Dxers in Asia-Pacific region like me who have little access to the internet
or WRTH and hence, mostly depend on shortwave radio for exact information
and DX log details & info.

I greatly appreciate your effort.

Thanks for sharing all these vital DX info and also a special thanks goes
out to Bob Padula for his detailed research and effort in making each EDXP
report so informative over the years.

Bob I like your way of presentation when you read out the logs, your
pronunciation makes it easy for me to note down all the log details exactly.
Keep up the good work guys ! I would look forward to receive EDXP e-QSL
soon. 73's

Your receiver:
Sony ICF-SW22 (Portable World Receiver) with Sony AN71 Reel Antenna (2

So it seems that the Australian accent is easily understood!

Regards from Melbourne!

Bob Padula

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