This verification from WDRW 1630 is today’s fifth QSL. Kent Dunn, Vice President and General Manager of the station sent annotated the bottom of my reception report (seen below). According to Radio Insight, WDRW went silent on 19 April 2019.
Radio Taiwan International (RTI) sent a QSL for their English language service to Southeast Asia on 12,100 kHz. This is today’s fourth QSL. RTI is Taiwan’s current international broadcaster and has been on the air since 2002 when they were called Radio Taipei International. Reception of RTI is difficult here on the East Coast of North America.
Today’s number three. Tokai Radio Broadcasting (TKB) sent this QSL for a report of JOSF 1332. Reception was made on the ArcticSDR in Norway. I sent an unanswered report to them in the 1990’s and this is their answer to my follow-up.
This is number two today. RKB Mainichi Broadcasting Corporation sent this QSL for a report of JOFR 1278 kHz. Reception was made via the ArcticSDR. Over the years I sent three previous reports (one in 1976 and two in the 1990’s). Really happy with this one.
Today I won the pick five with five QSLs showing up. The first one was Radyo Denge Welat via Pridnestrovsky Radiotelecentr on 11530 kHz. The report was sent directly to the transmitting station and an email QSL was in my email box three days later.