13 May 2006

voice of russia qsl

In February 2006, I emailed a shortwave reception report to the Voice of Russia. They replied quickly, stating that they could not confirm my report because I forgot to include the frequency. I replied and added the frequency from my notebook, and then received this QSL card from Moscow in late March.





The envelope included a printed B05 schedule, which was only valid for a few more days by the time I received it. It also included a program guide, covering 0200-0930 UTC and 1500-2130 UTC. It's not clear if that represents their shortwave broadcasts. An interesting thing about their frequency schedule is that they list the meter bands, even for the mediumwave frequencies.

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