KOMO, the legendary AM radio station in Seattle, Washington, verified my reception on 1000 kHz from the seaport city on the west coast of the United States. Many thanks to Program Director Rick van Cise and Chief Engineer Gabe Joseph for the verification. Rick wrote: “your letter is especially thrilling since I don’t recall ever getting one from central Europe” and Gabe mentioned “so far south! It traveled 8600km to get to you. It is amazing that you were able to receive anything at that distance.” Thank you KOMO Radio!
My NetModule NB 1600 industrial mobile broadband router. Connected wireless without any problems since 5 years. The life insurance for your remote station.
WCCO, the heritage AM radio station in Minneapolis-Saint Paul, Minnesota, verified my reception on 830 kHz from the North Star State. Verified US State # 34 from Austria. Many thanks to Al Schoch Broadcast journalist, for the verification.
Better grounding for my Beverage Boxes with solid copper strap: now 5 dB lower Noise Level, every dB is important… Difference between the two SDR recordings: 15 min.
Ice Rain and Storm this week in Salzburg, 250 Meter Beverage destroyed – but all rebuilt now.
KNWC, “Faith Radio” Sioux Falls, South Dakota verified my reception on 1270 kHz from this Prairies State. Verified US State # 33 from Austria. Thanks to Dick Whitworth, Assistant Vice President for Media for your verification.
Beverage: 150 meter > Asia 70°, Beverage Box by OK2ZAW, from RemoteQTH.com Thanks Jan for your support!