This is the official page of International Radio Listeners' Friendship & Fraternity Club (IRLFFC) written and maintained by MITUL KANSAL.
The club will give the chance to become friends with listeners and Dxers in other countries. The club will serve as a platform to take part in discussions, dialogue, and exchange opinions with people in various parts of the world. For a while it was like a dream but now it is a reality. By joining together we can do a lot for our planet. For example, help to ensure peace on Earth and save the environment. The main task of our club is to get acquainted with listeners in other countries. I think in a country where you have friends there is no room for enemy. And lastly very important, the members will established and promote friendship, fraternity and mutual understanding among them and it will be a first step to maintain peace on our Earth i.e. our common home.
Sunday, September 29, 2013
Saturday, September 28, 2013
Friday, September 27, 2013
Dear Shortwave Rock listener,
The next broadcast of Shortwave Rock will be on September 29th between (0900-1000 UTC) on 6045 kHz.
We hope you will be able to listen.
Please email your reports to: email@example.com
Thursday, September 26, 2013
Friday, September 20, 2013
18.00 to 19.00 UTC on 7290 kHz via IRRS, and MW 1368 kHz from Padova, Italy
08.00 to 09.00 UTC on 9510 kHz via IRRS, also at 19.00 to 20.00 UTC on 1485
kHz via R Merkurs
in Latvia with a weekly separate programme.
Every 4th Saturday:
12.00 to 13.00 UTC via Hamburger Lokalradio on 7265 kHz
The email address remains firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you!
Rockliveradio (22nd & 29th of September):
Rockliveradio is on 6070 kHz at the following times:
22nd September, 16.00 to 20.00 UTC
29th September, 13.30 to 17.30 UTC
Reports to: email@example.com
-via Indian DX Club International
Please look out for DRM tests from AIR Bengaluru on 9870 at around 1245-1740 UTC as follows:
20 Sept 2013 Full DRM
21 Sept 2013 Simulcast. (lookout on 2 frequencies one AM and another DRM on nearby frequencies)
AIR Bengaluru at the following email id:
Jose Jacob, VU2JOS
National Institute of Amateur Radio
Mobile: +91 94416 96043
--via Indian DX Club International
Thursday, September 12, 2013
It is an occasion for Radio Romania International to challenge you, on this year’s Listener’s Day, to answer the question “How do you see the future of international radio broadcasting?”
Ever since its first days, radio broadcasting has been subject to countless tests, on the one hand prompted by the changes in the media landscape, such as the growth of television, the development of private radio stations, the emergence of the Internet and of social networks, and on the other hand triggered by the diversifying means of reception and transmission. In response, the radio outputs and contents have also changed. Radio broadcasting and reception modernized.
Political factors, regime changes and wars also influenced the mission and programmes of radio stations, while economic factors, such as the periods of economic growth or slumps, have affected the number of stations and their broadcasts. International stations have been subject to all these influences, just like all other radio stations.
This is why, dear listeners, we invite you to tell us how you think international radio stations will develop in the coming years, and what your expectations are in this respect. What will the global supply of programmes for foreign audiences look like, and how large will it be? What means of transmission will be used by most international broadcasters? What will be the role of radio stations for foreign listeners, in a world where access to information is ever easier?
We are looking forward to your answers to the question “What will be the future of international radio broadcasting?” and will award the most interesting 20 contributions.
As usual, it is based on your answers that we will produce the “Listener’s Day” programme on RRI, aired on the first Sunday in November, that is November 3rd this year. You can send your answers in audio format, or in writing, via email, regular mail or fax, on Facebook or using the form on our website. Our contact details are: Radio Romania International, 60-64 General Berthelot Street, sector 1, Bucharest, PO Box 111, code 010165, fax no. 00.40.21.319.05.62, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AUSTRALIA ABC Northern Territory in English was observed on Sep.11:
from 0830 on 4910, instead of 2325. Using a remote receiver in Sydney
Full SW schedule of ABC Northern Territory is:
0830-2130 on 2325 TEN 050 kW / non-dir to AUS
0830-2130 on 2485 KTH 050 kW / non-dir to AUS
0830-2130 on 4835 ALI 050 kW / non-dir to AUS
2130-0830 on 4835 ALI 050 kW / non-dir to AUS
2130-0830 on 4910 TEN 050 kW / non-dir to AUS
2130-0830 on 5025 KTH 050 kW / non-dir to AUS
--via Mr. Alokesh Gupta
Saturday, September 7, 2013
MVBR will make no broadcasts this weekend, as the antenna of the shortwave transmitter in Göhren (MV Baltic Radio, Local Radio Hamburg) was badly damaged by a local storm.
Any broadcasts over the damaged antenna are not possible and the repair work is expected to last until early October 2013.
MVBR do hope that Hamburger Lokalradio and MV Baltic Radio can broadcast again on 8th October 2013 via a temporary aerial.
We are sorry for any inconvenience and hope to return as soon as possible.
--via Indian DX Club International
Friday, September 6, 2013
KVOH - Voice of Hope
Los Angeles, CA 90078
United States of America
All correct reports will be verified with our QSL card.
Thursday, September 5, 2013
List of ITU Countries QSLed by Mitul Kansal (mks) / List of Worldwide QSLs achieved by Mitul Kansal (mks) - new QSL
updated : 03-09-2013
Points of 22 CIRAF Zones : 2,200
09 11 27 28 29 30 31 32 34 38 40 41 42 43 44 45 50 53 54 58 60 64
Points of 32 ITU Countries : 422.67
1. ARM Armenia : 16.67
2. AUS Australia : 10.26
3. BGD Bangladesh : 26.67
4. BGR Bulgaria : 12.12
5. CAN Canada : 11.43
6. CHN China (including Taiwan) : 10
7. CLN Sri Lanka (Ceylon) : 12.12
8. CTR Costa Rica : 19.05
9. CVA Vatican City : 11.43
10. CZE Ceský (Czech) : 10.53
11. D Deutschland (Germany) : 10
12. EGY Egypt : 13.33
13. F France : 11.76
14. G United Kingdom : 12.50
15. GUM Guam : 10.53
16. IND India : 13.79
17. IRN Iran : 13.79
18. J Japan : 10.26
19. KOR Korea (Republic) : 10.81
20. KRE Korea (Democratic People’s Republic) : 15.38
21. LTU Lietuva (Lithuania) : 18.18
22. MDG Madagascar : 11.11
23. MNG Mongolia : 16.67
24. MRA Northern Mariana Islands : 11.76
25. NZL New Zealand : 12.50
26. PAK Pakistan : 14.29
27. PHL Philippines : 11.11
28. ROU România : 10.53
29. RUS Russia : 10
30. SNG Singapore : 13.79
31. TJK Tajikistan : 18.18
32. UZB Uzbekistan : 12.12
List of Worldwide QSLs achieved by Mitul Kansal (mks) - new QSL
updated : 03-09-2013
Points of QSLs : 996.41
1. ARM 29 erv YFR †× : 20
2. AUS 58 knx HCJB - Kununurra WA † : 7.14
3. BGD 41 NBA - Dhamrai • S2D º : 50
4. BGD 41 NBA - Savar • S2D º : 33.33
5. BGR 28 pld BNR - Plovdiv • LZA : 5
6. CAN 09 sac CBC - Sackville NB • CKCX º : 5
7. CHN 42 kas CRI - Kashi : 5.88
8. CHN 43 kun CBC × : 7.69
9. CHN 42 uru CBC × : 8.33
10. CHN 43 xia CBC × : 6.25
11. CHN 44 huw RTI - Huwei • BED : 20
12. CHN 44 tsh SOH × : 50
13. CLN 41 ira RFA - Iranawila : 7.14
14. CLN 41 trm DW - Trincomalee • 4QQ : 5
15. CLN 41 trm RNW × : 16.67
16. CLN 41 trm SLBC - Trincomalee : 20
17. CTR 11 cri Radio República › WRMI ‡ : 50
18. CVA 28 smg CBC × : 12.5
19. CZE 28 lit CRo - Litomysl • OLP OLR : 5
20. D 28 nau † AY GFA : 33.33
21. D 28 wer AWR †× : 11.11
22. D 28 wer NHK × : 16.67
23. D 28 wer ‡ JSWC : 16.67
24. EGY 38 abz ERTU - Abu Zaabal : 5
25. F 27 iss RTI × : 6.67
26. G 27 skn CBC × : 6.25
27. GUM 64 sda AWR - Agat • KSDA † : 5
28. GUM 64 sda ‡ DX India
29. IND 41 Radio Jamia Millia Islamia University - Delhi (Jamia Nagar) º
30. IND 41 AIR - Kurukshetra º
31. IND 41 pan AIR - Panaji : 16.67
32. IND 41 sim AIR - Shimla : 25
33. IRN 40 kam IRIB - Kamalabad : 5
34. J 45 yam NHK - Yamata • JOB : 5
35. KOR 44 kim KBS - Kimje • HLK : 5
36. KRE 44 kuj KCBS - Kujang : 5
37. LTU 29 sit ‡ RMRC : 14.29
38. MDG 53 mdc NHK × : 16.67
39. MDG 53 mdc VOTi ‡ : 50
40. MNG 32 u-b MNB - Ulaanbaatar • JTD : 5
41. MRA 64 tin RFA - Tinian Islands : 5.56
42. NZL 60 ran Radio New Zealand (RNZ) - Rangitaiki • ZL : 5
43. PAK 41 isl PBC - Islamabad • API : 5
44. PHL 50 pht RNW × : 8.33
45. ROU 28 gal SRR - Galbeni : 5.88
46. RUS 32 irk VoR - Irkutsk : 9.09
47. RUS 31 nvs VoR - Novosibirsk : 9.09
48. RUS 34 vld VoR - Razdolnoye : 9.09
49. SNG 54 sng NHK × : 8.33
50. TJK 30 db RFA × : 8.33
51. TJK 30 db VoR - Dushanbe : 6.67
52. UZB 30 tac CVC †× : 16.67
53. UZB 30 tac NHK × : 11.11
54. UZB 30 tac O’zbekiston Milliy Teleradiokompaniyasi (MTRK) - Tashkent : 5
All you have to do is post a photograph which tells “your” Czech story. It can be a snapshot from your last visit to Prague, your favorite Czech product or a Czech café in your neighborhood – anything that relates to the culture, history and spirit of the Czech Republic.
Fill-in your name, e-mail, title or brief description of the picture and post it to this website no later than September 30th, 2013.
The winner will get a 3-day trip to Prague for two, including the cost of plane tickets. Nine runners-up will receive smaller gifts. You will find the rules of the competition at http://www.radio.cz/my-czech-story/en/conditions
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
Radio Free Asia (RFA) announces the release of 17th anniversary QSL card. RFA's first broadcast was in Mandarin on September 29, 1996, 2100-2200 UTC. Acting as a substitute for indigenous free media, RFA concentrates its coverage on events occurring in and/or affecting the countries where we broadcast; they are: Burma, Cambodia, Laos, North Korea, Peoples Republic of China, and Vietnam. RFA does not express editorial opinions but provides news, analysis, commentary, and cultural programming. A combination of U.S. government-operated transmitters and a variety of shortwave leased facilities support RFA. This card will be used for all valid reception reports from September 1 – December 31, 2013.
RFA is a private, nonprofit corporation that broadcasts news and information to listeners in Asian countries where full, accurate, and timely news reports are unavailable. Created by Congress in 1994 and incorporated in 1996, RFA currently broadcasts in Burmese, Cantonese, Khmer, Korean to North Korea, Lao, Mandarin, the Wu dialect, Vietnamese, Tibetan (Uke, Amdo, and Kham), and Uyghur. RFA strives for accuracy, balance, and fairness in its editorial content. As a 'surrogate' broadcaster, RFA provides news and commentary specific to each of its target countries, acting as the free press these countries lack. RFA broadcasts only in local languages and dialects, and most of its broadcasts comprise news of specific local interest. More information about Radio Free Asia, including our current broadcast frequency schedule, is available at www.rfa.org.
RFA encourages listeners to submit reception reports. Reception reports are valuable to RFA as they help us evaluate the signal strength and quality of our transmissions. RFA confirms all accurate reception reports by mailing a QSL card to the listener. RFA welcomes all reception report submissions at http://techweb.rfa.org (follow the QSL REPORTS link) not only from DX'ers, but also from its general listening audience.
You also have the option of using the following Microsoft Tag from your smartphone. The free mobile app for your smartphone is available at http://gettag.mobi
Reception reports are also accepted by email at email@example.com, and for anyone without Internet access, reception reports can be mailed to:
Radio Free Asia
2025 M. Street NW, Suite 300
Washington DC 20036
United States of America
Upon your request, RFA will also send a copy of the current broadcast schedule and a station sticker.
(AJ Janitschek, Radio Free Asia)