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Mike’s QSL card from KVOH

My good buddy and SWLing Post reader, Mike, recently mailed the QSL card he received from KVOH after one of their test broadcasts. I’m glad he sent it to share–I love the front of the QSL card, which shows the footprint of their signal:

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Shortwave Radio Recordings: KVOH test transmission

RadioListeningLast week, I mentioned that KVOH would broadcast another test transmission on  17,775 kHz, July 7, 2013 at 17:00UTC.

Though I’ve been extremely busy this past week (hence the lack of posts!), I did manage to record the KVOH broadcast. Indeed, the following recording includes several minutes of pre-test transmissions (you’ll hear “Danger Zone” by Kenny Loggins and a tuning carrier). Thus I actually start the recording with the pre-test content (around 16:30 UTC) and continue recording afterwards, with no interruption;  expect periods of static between.

Click here to download the full recording as an MP3, or simply listen via the embedded player below:

If you heard the KVOH broadcast live on 17,775 kHz, they would appreciate a reception report to: QSL@KVOH.net

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