Shortwave Radio printed QSL-cards

Get it the old way: Printed QSLs at ShortwaveRadio: Thanks to our new QSL-manager – Mario- we now offer printed QSL cards for reception reports arriving (via post only) via the address of the World Wide DX Club: Shortwave Radio, c/o World Wide DX Club, P.O.Box 1214, D-61282 Bad Homburg, Germany. QSL policy: At least 30min of programme details incl. comments to the programme. Minimum 3 Euro return postage cash or via paypal or direct to the bank account of our support group “Freundeskreis Shortwaveradio” IBAN: DE82 5186 1806 0000 0025 77, BIC: GENODE51OBM to cover the costs. Tune in and enjoy. Be patient a bit – the snail mail takes it time to get collected etc….HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL LISTENERS & FRIENDS

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Special eQSL from IDXCI

Special eQSL from IDXCI
On AWR Wavescan, beginning November 15: “How DXing has changed in India during the past 30 years”, based on article appeared in ADXR Oct’20 issue of IDXCI
Indian DX Club International would be issuing a Special eQSL for reception reports of this program.
Send in your reception reports to

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Channel 292 on new 9670 Khz

Morgen, am 1. August, starten wir mit unserer neuen
Frequenz: 9670 kHz im 31 Meterband. Diese ersetzt
7440 kHz.
9670 kHz ist in erster Linie für Fernempfang, insbesondere
während der Nachtperiode.

Programm Informationen:

Tomorrow, August 1st, Radio Channel 292 will start
on our new frequency: 9670 kHz in the 31 meter band.
This will replace 7440 kHz.
9670 kHz will be good for long distance reception,
especially during darkness.

Program information:

Channel 292 News May 2020

Welcome to our first newsletter.

On the 1st of may, we start our new frequency 3955 kHz. Information conc. the program you find here:“>
We are still working on it, so in the beginning not everything might be perfect, but reception reports are extremely welcome!
One request we have today:
We have to finance the station by renting out airtime, and this only covers about 30% of the costs. The bookings of Brother Stair, “The Overcomer Ministry” helped to finance the additional frequency, but May 17th will be his last day. Would be nice, if he would get some reception reports until then.
Very helpful now is the booking of “Word of Deliverance” with two to three hours a day. To let them know, that the program can be heard, please send reception reports to:
This will help us a lot, and maybe you set us /cc or /bcc when you send your report, THANK YOU!
And, when you write to Pastor Inman: We suggested, to change the program from 100% talk, to 50% talk and 50% the kind of music we like to play, to make the program much more interesting to people, who might not be so into religious content. If you think, this would be a good idea, maybe you mention it in your report.

That’s all for today, we have to work on the transmitter and antenna for 3955 kHz. If you have questions, never hesitate to write us. If you know someone, who might be interested, to book commercials on our station, or broadcast his program, please forward our contact data, or let us know!
And we are always open for your wishes and suggestions.

As always:
If you don’t want our Newsletters anymore, send it back FROM THE ADDRESS WE HAVE TO DELETE, and write: Cancel.

We wish you a healthy and happy May!

Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Kind regards
Radio Channel 292
Eja 2
D-85276 Pfaffenhofen

World Music Radio is back on 15805 kHz

World Music Radio is back on 15805 kHz

After having been off the air since September 2019, World Music Radio (WMR) is now back on 15805 kHz using a 3 element yagi beamed south – every Saturday and Sunday at 07-20 UTC.

The transmitter power is 200 Watts and the signal is audible almost worldwide for dedicated short wave enthusiasts, also known as DXers and DX listeners.

However a very good receiver, a good aerial and a listening site without man made interference – as well as patience – and listening at the right time of the day is needed to catch WMR on 15805.

Best reception is in Southern Europe, but it is also possible to receive 15805 kHz in the Middle East, all over Africa, in parts of South America and the Eastern part of North America. Also in Asia “on a good day”.

Sometimes 15805 suffers from some interference from a Chinese station on 15800 kHz.

Sometimes short skip propagation is providing excellent reception in Central Europe. But propagation is changing all the time and catching the low power signals from WMR on 15805 is really a challenge for DXers in most places – unlike catching big international stations which use 100,000 – 500,000 Watts of power.

Please note that the signals of WMR on 15805 kHz are only suitable for AM listening, so don’t use SSB.

15805 kHz is also audible locally in Eastern Jutland, Denmark, as a “ground wave signal”.

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Cap’n and Mr. Turkey spin Christmas tunes on Channel292 on Christmas Day 2019

Don’t forget to listen to Cap’n and Mr. Turkey spin Christmas tunes on Channel292 on Christmas Day. 1400 and 2100 UTC on 6070 and 7440 kHz.

A special limited edition eQSL will be available for detailed, correct reception reports to

Audio clips will be appreciated so we can hear what we sound like at your location

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Klingenfuss News 2019

Dear friends,

we’re now working on our new products

– 2020 Shortwave Frequency Guide
– 2020 Super Frequency List on CD
– 2020 Frequency Database for the Perseus LF-HF Software-Defined
– Supplement January 2020 to the 2019/2020 Guide to Utility Radio

to be published on 10 December 2019.

Full-resolution title page graphics can be found at and and

If you are able to supply additional new frequencies and stations,
your cooperation would be highly appreciated. Please let us have your
data by 25 October 2019.

The printed Supplement, with 700+ new frequencies and stations
monitored throughout 2019, will be attached free to all copies of the
2019/2020 Guide to Utility Radio Stations sold after 1 January 2020.
Those customers that did acquire the 2019/2020 Guide to Utility Radio
Stations before that date may download the pertinent .PDF file free
from our website, after 1 January 2020.

Says Howard E Michel WB2ITX, Chief Executive Officer of the American
Radio Relay League, in QST September 2019: “Kiwi-SDR … the
blending of modern, low-cost open-source computer hardware and
software with ham radio … This technology is accessible to
virtually everyone, everywhere.” More than 460 free receivers
worldwide are currently linked e.g. on! Our article “Internet-
controlled SDRs”, focusing on the reception of fascinating HF utility
radio stations, is available at .

HF is dead! Really? We’ve been told so … for 52 years ;-))) Anyway,
the brandnew HFDL station in South Korea is extremely busy – 24/7 on
8 frequencies – since 27 March 2019 … More than 800 new digital
data decoder screenshots will be published on our 2020 Super
Frequency List on CD … To be continued!

The incessantly updated product Digital Data Decoder Screenshots on
USB Stick now covers more than 17,700 (seventeen thousand seven
hundred!) screenshots from 1997 to today. Feed your PC or Tablet with
this data, and the “slide show” will keep you busy for a few days –
or weeks!

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I have just recorded some test transmission announcements for a brand new LEGAL shortwave radio station which will commence test transmissions on 1st August. This station is fully licenced and is not a pirate. Full details will be announced by the station operators shortly prior to the launch of full programming. The signal should be audible throughout most of north western Europe and the UK/Ireland.
Test transmission details:
6160 kHz / Monday to Saturday / 10:00-12:00 / 14:00-16:00 / 18:00-20:00 UTC
3975 kHz / Monday to Saturday / 12:00-14:00 / 16:00-18:00 / 20:00-22:00 UTC
Test-period: August 1st to October 29th, 2017
Reception reports are welcome to or

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MFSK32 data test 6070 Khz 17/21 Utc 23rd of February 2016

Am Dienstag, 23. Februar, auf 6070 kHz um 18.00 und 21.00 Uhr MEZ ein Test-Radio-Amateur-Programm in MFSK32.
Wer es empfangen und dekodieren kann, bitte Empfangsberichte schicken!

On Tuesday, Febr. 23rd, on 6070 kHz at 17.00 and 20.00 UTC a test with a Ham-Radio program in MFSK32.
If you can receive an decode it, please send a reception report!

Mit freundlichen Grüßen / Kind regards
Rainer Ebeling

Radio Channel 292
Rudolf-Diesel-Str. 1

Zuteilungsnummer der Rundfunklizenz:
BNA 01 95 8482

Tel: +49 8442 – 95 39 01
Fax: +49 8442 – 95 48 93