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Reception Report:

Dear Sirs of KR1
It is with great pleasure that reception of your broadcasting station as follows,
Radio: KR1 Frequency: 6285 kHz Date: April 24th 2017 Time: 14:27 to 15:00 UTC
Language: Dutch, English Reception location: Sayama-city, Saitama, JAPAN via England Web SDR
Condition: SINPO 45444 – 35333 – 25232 (via Barney’s Web SDR in Bedford) SINPO 45332 – 35332 (via Kiwi Web SDR in Southwest England)
Interferences noted:
Receiver: via Barney’s Web SDR in Bedford England & Kiwi Web SDR in SW England
Antenna: via dipole & TC2M antenna
Comment: Hello! This is my first reception report to your broadcasting station.
I came back to SW & MW listening in the summer of 2012 after being absent since 1979.
End of November 2015, I started to listen European Pirate Radio station via Web SDR
(like University of Twente) or remote reception by Perseus. Because, it is difficult
to receive these broadcast directly in my place & by my receiver, except relayed
another broadcast (like IRRS or KBC etc.). Moreover, I like to listen to many good
music all over the world! This day, I could receive & hear your broadcast for the
first time! I am very pleased! (I had no chance to receive till this day….) At first,
I checked Twente Web SDR, but there was no signal…. So I checked Barney’s Web SDR,
just a little bit distortion but very strong signal! However, unfortunately, around
14:51UTC, Web SDR did not work well suddenly…. So I changed to Kiwi Web SDR (G8JNJ)
in Southwest England. Your signal was very strong, S9! But, this Web SDR did not work
well too, very small volume…. So I stopped to listen your broadcast at 15:00UTC….
(Almost sleeping time will come, it was 01:00JST!) But I could listen many good music!
Name: Shinichirou Morii
Address: 17-12, Sayamadai 2chome Sayama-city, Saitama, 350-1304, JAPAN
E-mail: [email protected]
Age: 55 years old
Occupation: a company employee

Thank you for your show! See you next time!

 

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To KR1 

Reception report and comments  Reception coordinates Gothenburg, Sweden

Latitud 57,708 Longitud: 11.975

Receiver Icom R75 antenna loop

Frequency 6285 kHz

Frequency Date 2017-05-14 14 of May time UTC

Time UTC   SINPO 45343   08:55

Personal details: Staffan Crona  Hisings Backa  Sweden

[email protected]

Who am I?

My name is Staffan Crona, and I am 66 years old, with wife and five children.A family picture is enclosed. We have a tradition to make a new picture at every Christmas. I was a shortwave listener about 50 years ago, and I have made a comeback now. My interest for radio and later audio made me study electronics and in the end at Chalmers University of technology. My private interest, beside technology, is history and my family ancestor history.

My best regards Staffan.

 

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Reception Report to Kennemer Radio 1

Dear Sirs of KR1

I’m very happy to sending you this reception report. I’m listening KR1 the 6/5/2017 at 12.50-13.05 UTC on 6285 KHz in English language with a receiver Icom R-71E with 30 meters longwire antenne.

The quality signal according the SINPO code was 35343

To prove my reception some programme details

Musical programme with execution of ” Wien bleibt Wien ” by Harmonica Boys – ” Mr. Blue Sky ” by Electric Light Orchestra – ” Is everybody happy ? ” by Jackpot.

Thanks and ciao from Italy

 

Roberto Pavanello – Via C. Colombo 25 – 13100 Vercelli – Italy

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Good morning KR1,

On 06/05/2017 I have heard from Italy on the frequency of 6285 KHz AM your radio. I send you the report and listening to the audio file.

Thank you for the show I send you the best wishes.

Angelo Pierezza Via Pescaglia 14/D – 00146 Roma (Italy)

 

imagesTK36QLRPTo: World Radio KR1

Hello KR1 congratulations on your blog and for the music you broadcast.
I was listening at you via internet on 02/05/2017
Hi good evening to all of you on the radio, you are making very nice programs.
I hope you will sent me your QSL card, Thank you
City Trapani Sicily (IT) Mr. Giovanni Barbara.
73 ‘de IT9016SWL, Bye bye.

imagesTK36QLRPHi  Radio KR1,  I am Davide Borroni from Saronno Italy

1 May 2017 at 1925-1956 UTC on 6120 Khz AM I listened to your Radio KR1 and your SINPO was: 44333

I listened to your beautiful music ,  I have send you my mp3’s  audio files. Thanks for show!

I used here my RX Siemens E401 and  magnetic loop antenna 

 

73s   Davide Borroni

 

imagesTK36QLRPRECEPTION REPORT TO: KR1,

FROM: Vladimir Rozhkov
ADDR: ul. P. Kommuny 65-12, Kansk 663600, Russia
Receiver type: WebSDR, digital (http://websdr.ewi.utwente.nl:8901) Receiver location: 52.22 N, 6.90 E; Enschede City, Netherlands Outdoor antenna: Mini-Whip
DATE: Y 2017 M Jan 30

TIME: 15 h 47 min – 16 h 05 min UTC
FREQ: 6300 kHz (+/- 2 kHz) BROADCASTING IN Duch (?) LANGUAGE
SINPO: 35443 MESSAGE: 1547 “Barber’s Rock” by BZN. 1550 Announcements by a male. “Inside Out” by Culture Beat. 1555 Announcements by a male. “Save The Last Dance For Me” by The Drifters. 1558 Announcements by a male. “Sophietje” by Johnny Lion. 1600 Announcements by a male. “Sexual Healing” by Marvin Gaye. Goodbye.

Wishing you all the very best,
Yours sincerely, Vladimir

 

imagesTK36QLRPHey hallo KR1,

Volgens mij ben ik een homepage lang geleden van jullie tegengekomen waarin jullie reclame maakte voor onze server Golden Radio. Ik kan me herinneren dat ik het zeer leuk vond. Ja Monique .. ik heb het gezien aan boord, ben er een paar keer geweest. Ook een enkel leuk contact met een van de dj’s overgehouden en bekenden/vrienden van hen: zeer leuk. Wij hadden die plannen ook om terug te gaan naar de Ross Revenge wat jaren geleden, maar voor ons wat het niet handig. Je komt er niet zomaar op en er zijn rondleidingen en daar hadden wij helaas door omstandigheden het geduld niet voor. We zijn niet gegaan. Het is wel heel uniek dat je het wel hebt gedaan, want het geeft herinneringen aan toen en de veranderingen die er daarna allemaal zijn gekomen. Ik heb ooit lang geleden een heel verhaal van een Engelse dj gelezen. Het was bijzonder aan boord en zo’n schip voor de Engelse kust. Toen een paar keer aan boord geweest, ook toen Monique er nog niet was en dat ben ik nooit meer vergeten, ook diverse foto’s toen kunnen maken en er zijn zelfs Belgen geweest die er gefilmd hebben. Ik heb het kunnen terugzien via de internet tv YT. Ook tijdens een reünie ergens van wel es een Caroline dj tegen gekomen en meerdere, eentje ging later naar Veronica. Met een collega en vriend van hem ook vaak gesproken en Erik heb ik ook wel es vaker gezien en af en toe gesproken. Niets zo mooi als een zendschip in open water ligt, want daar hoorde het toen thuis.

Ik ga jullie bericht over de Ross Revenge op de groep plaatsen en ook doorsturen naar iedereen. Kei leuk KR1 – zeer bijzonder en geniet er ook van. Dat doe ik ook. Ik zal ‘m ook op mijn facebook zetten, want daar zit ook wat van Monique 🙂

Groet en succes met jullie KR1 station.

imagesJ2NWL17H (2)Leuk om dit te ontdekken…. ik ben een oud medewerker van Radio Remy uit de begin en bijna eind jaren 80 grappig om je oud stationnaam Remy terug te vinden in een oud verhaal. M.v.g. iedereen uit de oude tijd. Ronald Burema was mijn naam uit Assendelft. http://kennemerradio1.blogspot.nl/2013/09/luister-nu-naar-herinneringen.html echt leuk mannen en een mega goede site en leuke verhalen. Ik krijg uit diverse verhalen weer een herkenning…..

 

imagesTK36QLRPHi KR1

Thanks for your music-show  today. I have been listening to you for 30 minutes now. I have never heard Kennemer Radio before so I hope you will be kind enough to verify my reception. Best regards Antonio Valverde, Spain

 

imagesJ2NWL17H (2)Hello KR1

I listened to mostly Dutch music, but I also recognized Bad Moon Rising – one of my favourit hits. The signal was pretty strong, S9+10db most of the time with some fadings. There was no other transmitter interfering on 6260 kHz. The noise was pretty strong on the band today. SINPO: 45333 Receiver: Perseus SDR-receiver Antenna: Wellbrook FLG 100 LN 13×3 meters (hidden in the hedge towards my neighbours house). Place of reception: Nödinge, a small village 25 km to the north of Gothenburg, Sweden (N 57,8956  E 12,0612) Date of reception: May 11th  2016 at 22.15-22.45 Central European Time. I would love to get a verification of my reception, and if you have a Kennemer Radio1 QSL or a photo of your transmitter or antenna I would appreciate to get it. Greatings Andre  Hoite

imagesJ2NWL17H (2)Hi There

Attached you will find a mp3-clip from your transmission, and here you can find a little about me:  https://www.dropbox.com/s/obrb4u2kixyggkh/This%20is%20me%20III.pdf, and about my “hedge-antenna”: https://www.dropbox.com/s/5xm5dn95vq8hd2c/Wellbrook%20flag-antenna%20FLG100%20LN.pdf. Best Regards and long live the Free Radio !

Alf Persson, Malörtsvägen 3, 449 33 Nödinge, Sweden,[email protected]

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Reception report to Kennemer Radio, Date: 22nd february 2016, Time: 11.50 UTC, Frequency: 6325, SINPO: 34333, Receiver: Sony ICF 2001 D, Antenna: Telescope,

Programdetails: Song by The Sunsets “Ik Mis Je Elke Dag Een Beetje Meer” Song by Oh Well “Oh Well”

Please confirm this report by E-QSL.

Thank you very much for your nice show, Kennemer Radio 1.

Kind regards, Sunnypirate1 (near Frankfurt am Main, Germany)

imagesJ2NWL17H (2)Hoi KR1 !

Just a quick reception report about your test this afternoon. Nice to pick you up again on SW 48m with a short broadcast. Here are some details:

Date: 12th of February, 2016, Time: 15.40 – 15.45 UTC, Frequency: 6240 kHz LSB, SINPO: 24432 S4 R2-3, Technical details:  fair signal with some fading.

Programme details: CQ DX, Kennemer Radio testing, live from the bunker, no music, greetings to Iann´s Chat, ask for email report, Receiver: Sony ICF 2001 D (built in 1988) Antenna: 80cm loop for SW, indoor, Location: 50 kms south of Frankfurt, a little village called Alsbach, SW-Germany.

If you will find my report as correct, I would greatly appreciate an eQSL cards. Many thanks in advance, Kennemer Radio! All my best greetings you. Hope to meet you soon again on SW and in the Chat. Take care and all the best, Cheers,

Jörg-Clemens Hoffmann (SWDLXer) Kirchstr. 5, D-64665 Alsbach-Hähnlein,  Germany

imagesTK36QLRPDear Sir, I had great pleasure of receiving to your broadcast. And I hope you will be pleased to know that your signal was audible in Ukrainian capital. However I didn’t hear any ID (ID via Iann’s chat) and the reception was in conditions of strong local QRM, so If you can
recognize your program content, please confirm it by some QSL. Here is my reception report and short audio clip in attachment. Sorry for the delay and thanks for the nice music. RECEPTION REPORTS TO: KR1

Frequency:              6260 kHz AM
Reception time (Universal):     22.00 – 22.40 (UTC/GMT)
Reception date (Universal):     11 May 2014 (UTC/GMT)
SINPO =                 35333
Reception details: Moderate signal, but some static QRN and fade-outs, Reception was in conditions of strong local QRM. Program details (Universal time): Various pop music non-stop. 22.23 – Some musical composition with a violin; (Please listen to the attached mp3 file)

My receiver:    Degen DE-1103 (pocket receiver, dual conversion superheterodyne)
My antenna:     80 mb dipole phased with external wire (~10 meters)
Accessories:    Self-made phasing device
My QTH:         Kiev, Ukraine, 50N22/30E27
QTH Locator:    KO50fi

I should be glad if you will send me a verification QSL-card for
this report by post or at least by email (please write all reception
details on it: date, time, frequency, my name). Best wishes! 73! Alexandr Kostiukevich,   Kiev.

imagesTK36QLRPHello KR1, thanks for the on air mention tonight on 6260 KHz. Really nice signal here in West of Scotland. I attach an MP3 file for you to let you hear reception over this side. Keep up the good work !! Time – 20:40 – 20:55 UTC, Date – 11/05/16, Frequency – 6260 KHz, SINPO – 44444, Details – Greets to Ukraine and Germany , mentionof Utrecht. Greets to Scotland DX (thanks !, Music included Abba and Madness “Baggy Trousers”

I am located in town of Gourock in west of Scotland , 25km from city of Glasgow on River Clyde.My receiver is a JRC NRD-525 used with a Wellbrook ALA-1530 active loop antenna.Maybe you can send me your e-QSL if you have one and I can put it on my blog

http://scotlanddx.blogspot.co.uk/ 73, Iain Cameron, Gourock, SCOTLAND, Scotland-DX

imagesTK36QLRPHello KR1,
thanks for your kind reply
best regards from Catalonia silveri gómez peralta[email protected]

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imagesJ2NWL17H (2)Reception Report, 11 May 2016, KR1, Greetings KR1,

I am pleased to inform you that I listened to your broadcast yesterday from Velizy, France.  Velizy is located southeast from Paris.   I am an Amercian but work for a French company called Dassault Systemes and I’m on a temporary assignment here in France.   I packed my WinRadio on this trip and DX as much as I can.   I also have my Sony 2010 portable so I am prepared to do battle, I submit this reception report plus a audio file, I heard your broadcast  11 May 2014   from  0951 – 1011  UTC  on a frequency of  6240 AM Khz, Your signal was fair with some fading.  There was a moderate level of atmospheric noise, which affected reception. There was no interference.   Overall reception quality was fair.   SINPO: 35333

imagesTK36QLRPHello KR1

I am 55 years old and married.  My wife’s name is Ellen and we have three children, all boys.  Their names are Chris (25), Pat (22) and Mike (19).  Two are out of college and one is in.    I work for the Dassault Systemes  as their Director of North America Sales Operations. This is a French software company that specializes  in product design and lifecycle software.    I have been a shortwave listener for over 35 years.  My receiver at home is a Ten-Tec RX340 and a WinRadio attached to Alpha Delta DX-Sloper antenna.  Of course I have a Sony 2010,  a great shortwave portable. Listening to shortwave is my hobby as I enjoy the challenge and entertainment of listening to radio stations on shortwave. I am a member of the NASWA and currently the editor of the International Band Column  and an editor for the  Free Radio Weekly (a weekly Pirate Broadcast newsletter) I hope this report will be of value to you: 0951, -Tuned into a song, 0953, -Station ID & promo’s, -Music:  Male vocal – pop song -I recorded this segment for you, 0956, -Music:  ‘Rita’ 0959 -Music: Pop song..male singer, 1003, Station ID-Music:   oldie 1005-Music:  ‘Golden Years’  by David Bowie 1008 -Very noisy now.  Can only hear a faint, 1011 -Music:    pop song.   A little bit better. Thanks for the show.  I liked the song ‘Rita’ as it was a snappy tune.   It seems like I got a nice but short 10 minute window to listen to your signal as before 0950 and after 1011  it was very noisy. If you find my information correct, I would be grateful for a card or letter from you, which would confirm my reception..   A QSL verification of this reception would be most welcome.  Many thanks in advance for your kind reply and your verification of this report. I have provided my e-Mail address if an electronic response is more convenient.If there is anything I could do for you in return please be sure to ask.

Thank you very much.. 73’s, David J.  Turnick, 372 Spohn Road, Sinking Spring, PA 19608USA, [email protected]

imagesTK36QLRP[email protected], Luca Botto Fiora, Via al Carmelo 5/5, I-16035 Rapallo (Genova)Italy

Dear Sirs from KR1,

I think to have heard your station on the May 11th 2014 at 20.55-21.25 hours UTC. The station was heard in english on the frequency of 6260 kHz, 47,92 metres of the shortwaves, and I heard the programmes according to the MP3 recording attached. The signal strenght was good to fair without interferences (SINPO 33533). I used a receiver model PL-660 Tecsun and an external windom antenna of 21 metres long.If the recording attached corresponds with the programmes of that day, I hope that you will be able to write me a verification of reception (QSL) encouraging me that I really tuned in to your station. Hoping for your positive reaction, thanking you in advance, I send you my best regards. Luca

imagesTK36QLRPHello KR1,
I guess I was able to listening your station last night. Not sure about the exact ID, because I don’t understood the ID. Propagation was very poor all day, and in the dark hours was a little better, but not too much.
I like to listening free radios, and I use to collect e-qsl confirmations, a hobby, really
Take a look to my report please
date 11-5-2014  frequency 6260 khz UTC 2215-2230 sinpo 24322 no interferences from other station, some local noises from tv sets and storms around my town. Little fading too. Receiver was Kenwood R 2000  antenna 10 m line at the terrace, listening at home in downtown,
details: this was some pop ballad. Then your ID and some talks. Later Reggae with Bob Marley. more reggae at 2219  also funky gilr. Then a ballad by man., 2224 more pops, a cover of the song Agapimú.  Later at 2228 pop dance electronic music. Don’t noted more details, It was time to sleep here, sorry.
If the report is correct, I will be happy with your e-qsl  confirming.
thanks for your music and fight for the free radio,  Take care,
best regards from Catalonia

imagesTK36QLRPHoi KR1,

hier ist ein Link zu Deiner Sendung von heute:  http://youtu.be/GPTLVm9G8wg und im Anhang mein Empfangsbricht. Würde mich über eine QSL sehr freuen. Grüße aus Bernburg Fritz-Walter

imagesJ2NWL17H (2)Dear radio friend,

My name is Per Eriksson and I have, according to many of my friends, a strange hobby. I enjoy listening to short- and mediumwave radio stations from all over the world. All they hear from the loudspeakers is the noise, but to me radio over the borders open new horizons. I know that a lot of other stations stream their programs on the Internet, but that is certainly not the same as catching the signal on air. That said, I am very pleased to inform you that I have been able to catch your signal on shortwave 6240 kHz on Saturday, May 10th, 2014. Got the tip that you were on the air from Ianns chatroom. Your signal was on the poor side with the normal shortwave noise. The SIO (Signal strength, Interference and Overall rating) was 2, 3, 2 (on the 1-5 scale, where 5 is best). Enjoyed these songs: 09:16 hrs UTC: “When I need you” by leo Sayer 09:21 hrs UTC: “La difference” by BZN 09:28 hrs UTC: “Papi” by Jennifer Lopez To prove reception and give you a better understanding of the reception quality over here I have recorded a short mp3-clip. It was made at 09:27 hrs UTC (Universal Coordinated Time). You will hear mail address. Save the clip or listen to it by navigating to this link: www.eriksson.info/2014/kennemerradio.mp3 Part of my radio hobby is to collect “confirmation on reception” from the stations that I hear. If you find that the station I have heard to be Kennemer Radio I would appreciate an verification in return as a verification on listening in. An e-mail saying “it’s us” will do fine! On the personal side I live my my family, wife and two teenagers, in Malmö. I was an avid shortwave listener and DX-er back in the 1970’s. My interest in radio has never faded completely and I have tried to listen every now and then during the years. Back in 2010 I got myself the Microtelecom Perseus software defined receiver and are now more active listening than ever before. Must say that I am proud of catching your signal with an outside large aperture loop antenna. Thanks a lot for your attention, I do look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely yours, Per Eriksson Erikslustvägen 42D S-217 73 Malmö Sweden Mail: [email protected]