(Source: STF Radio International)
STF Radio International
November 30 0500-0600 UTC
5110 / 7490 / 7570 / 7730 / 9330 The Americas
9955 The Carribean
November 30 0400-0500 UTC
7730 Khz The Americas
PLUS! Rebroadcast for EU
November 30, 2014 1600-1700 UTC
6095 kHz EU
“I can see the radio wave.”
STF Radio International just shared the following digital announcement. Yes, you’ll need to decode this message from SoundCloud with an application like FLDigi:
STF also mentioned that a text version of this announcement with follow in the next few days (but surely it’s more fun to decode the digital version!).
You should make the time to decode STF Radio International broadcasts if at all possible.
Their QSL cards are some of the best in the business.
[STF Radio QSL card front (above) back (below). Original scans by Steve Yothment]
SWLing Post reader, Steve Yothment (WD0HGB), writes:
“I received an “audio QSL” card from
STF Radio International a few days ago. Have you heard about it? [The QSL] actually has grooves on the card that you can play on a phonograph. I had a friend play the audio on his phonograph and he converted the audio to MP3 format. Then, I decoded the digital info in the file.”
Click here to download or listen below:
Steve decoded the digital data from the audio QSL card and documented the contents on a PDF document.
Click here to download.
Steve: this is brilliant! Thank you not only for sharing the QSL card images, but for the audio and your excellent documentation of the digital decode!
Readers: What’s the most interesting QSL card you’ve ever received?
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Broadcasters, Digital Modes, International Broadcasting, Shortwave Radio, What's On Shortwave and tagged QSL, QSL Cards, Steve Yothment, STF, STF Radio, STF Radio International, Super Time Force Radio International on . August 5, 2014