SINPO: 35443 Freq: 7505 kHz
Rec: Perseus Ant: Wellbrook ALA 1530
Hello, I have had very great pleasure in listening to WRNO here in Wolfsburg and I want to send you the following reception report on my observation. I was very amazed to catch your signals in a rather good quality after many, many years! It would be very nice, if you could be so kind and verify my report with a verification card (QSL-card).
Thank you very much in advance for your kindness! To show you, that I really heard your station, here is a program summary. Time given is UTC (GMT). 0220 hrs UTC: Religious talks, promo for a book by Robert Mawire, available from Box 895, Fort Worth, TX 76101 0222: Religious pop by female singers 0223: Break in audio, open carrier only 0225: Back into Christian pop female singers “Jesus, Jesus, let it be Your name” 0226: Male announcer, ID 0227: Male singer with religious pop 0229: Male announcer with ID in English 0229: Male singer with religious pop 0233: Christian pop 0235: Classical music, “Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” by Mozart 0241: Symphonic classical music until 0245 hrs I hope that this report is of some interest for you. May I shortly introduce myself: my profession is engineer for Beer Brewing Technology, but I’m working as a system analyst for Volkswagen here in Wolfsburg. My great hobby is listening to Short- and Mediumwave, and I’m “radioactive” now since 1968. Beside my listening activities I also operate my own harmed station, callsign is DD9MW.
Parts of my QSL collection are displayed on the web at http://home.wolfsburg.de/elbe.
Good luck to the revitalized WRNO and all the best to all at the station!