QSLs from the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation for their FM stations

Broadcast Tower on top of Niederhorn
Broadcast Tower on top of Niederhorn

When we lived in Germany we occasionally took weekend trips to Switzerland. While there I had fun doing a little DXing and band scanning. I also sent off reception reports for QSL verifications. Below is a gallery of QSLs that I received from the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation for receptions of their FM stations that we heard while traveling around the country. Many of the stations were heard at Interlaken, our favorite destination in Switzerland.

Of interest are a couple of QSLs for tunnel re-broadcasters. They received signals on the outside of the tunnel and re-broadcast them inside the tunnel.

In addition to the 39 QSL cards shown here, I received 15 verifications with an annotation on photocopes of my reports.

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DRS possibly in Langau on 90.5 MHz – 29 June 1989
Music, time pips, and morning 8:00 news by male announcer


DRS – 20 August 1988 – Music, time check for 17:00, and then DRS Nachrichten (News) by female announcer.


Radio Suisse Romande – La Premiere (RSR-1) – Music, identification, and two men talking (sporting event.)

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