Some CA QSL’s

March 8, 2007 at 9:51 am 2 comments

970 WSTX St. Croix (VI). Brief e-mail from Kevin A. Rames confirming my report from November on WSTX at St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands. I have heard WSTX several times on 970 kHz at our DX-peditions to Lista. The signal has never been strong and there has also been quite a lot of interference from some of the other stations which are also using 970 kHz. WSTX usually broadcasts non stop music late at night.
(Arild’s Radio Blog)

1220 XEB Mexico City (MEX). Received an e-mail from Jesus Flores verifying my report. XEB was heard with a very good signal during good conditions towards Mexico. XEB La B Grande de Mexico is an old station founded in 1923. Thanks to Bjarne Mjelde for submiting Jesus e-mail adresse.
(Ole’s DX-blog)

1570 XERF ‘La Poderosa’, Ciudad Acuña (MEX). On Monday I sent another letter to XERF by air mail, and the day after it arrived. At my address! It was returned to sender … But the same evening I finally got an email confirmation from XERF La Poderosa 1570, written by Heberto Pérez Espín, Gerente.
(Arnstein Bue / DX Paradise)

9600 XEYU Radio UNAM, Mexico City. (MEX). Lic. Teófilo Huerta Moreno with the very nice title ‘Jefe del Depto. de Planeación y Asistente del Director General’ sent me a brief e-mail thanking me for writing to them and promising a QSL-card. Radio UNAM can times be heard in the mornings on 9600 kHz, always playing classical music, somewith a weak signal. The quality of their audio feed on the Internet is considerably better!
(Arild’s Radio Blog)

I communicated with Eusebio Mejia Yerves, station engineer, who informed me that they would be staying in the air also during vacation periods. Hopefully those who listen to Radio UNAM let him know of where and how they are receiving station’s signal on 9600 kHz. The mail is ’emejiay’ at the domain ‘servidor.unam.mx’ with copy to ‘judadiez’ at the domain ‘hotmail.com’. At the moment they don’t have a QSL-card.
(Julian Santiago Diez de Bonilla, Mexico via Conexion Digital)

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