After the Camping turmoil, many people wondered how did Family Radio react, also in terms of staff remained to the station. I don’t know who’s in charge of QSLing at the station, but the handwriting on their cards is the same of the era before “the end of the world”. I sent, to the usual e-mail address, a report for the Turkish programme (on 9430 kHz at 17.08 UTC) and for the Urdu Read more →
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The QSL I found today in my mailbox (and sadly it was a rainy day, with falling water making the envelope, and its content, wet) made me two times happy. First of all, it shows WYFR – Family Radio, altough not being in its best era, after the Camping storm, is still confirming reception reports (this one was sent via e-mail a couple weeks ago, to the address on the card). Then, as shown in the scan above, transmission site mention is added on the QSL data, by station officials. In this case, Taiwan relay station (Bao-Zhong, to put it with the verie who liked to be sharp) was heard, on 9280 kHz, at 21.26 UTC. That's the way a BCL loves a card to be compiled. There should be more filled this way!