понедельник, 30 мая 2022 г.



Thank you for your report 
It is very nice for us to receive reports
It was again a nice broadcast here, but it is sometimes difficult to work with some old stuff like tubes
Fortunately, the antenna has remained intact, the last stream or whirlwind broke the attachment of the roof
Unfortunately we didn't receive so many reports this weekend, maybe it's because of the music choice hi, ha ha
Thanks again and see you next round
Greetings from the Netherlands , Radioeuropa team

воскресенье, 29 мая 2022 г.

Answer from radio Caroline, which worked on 05/22, at a frequency of 6205 kHz! It's not them!

Ответ от радио Caroline, которое работало 22.05, на частоте 6205 кГц! Это не они!

Answer from radio Caroline, which worked on 05/22, at a frequency of 6205 kHz! It's not them!

 Hi Sergey,

I have taken a closer look at your original email and listened to your audio file.

Our station does not broadcast on 6205 khz. If you did hear it on that frequency, then it must have been re-broadcast by an unauthorized third party, and we would not therefore be able to send you a QSL for that frequency. 

Our AM frequency is 648 khz. Are you sure that you were not listening on that frequency ?

Best regards


Dear Sergey,

thank you very much for your reception report concerning our broadcast on 7th May 2022 via R. Channel 292. We are happy to verify it with our eQSL, which is attached to this e-mail.

Some brief information on Radio Sylvia:

The station started broadcasting back in 1977 as a pirate. We were active for many years on FM, medium wave and short wave. In 1984 Radio Sylvia was raided by the German authorities and we were sentenced to heavy fines. After that we changed our name to Radio Scorpio and were relayed on a regular basis by Belgian, Scottish and Irish short wave stations.

In 2009 we restarted Radio Sylvia as an internet station. We are now broadcasting 24/7 with studios located in Hamburg, Germany. In addition to our online activities, short wave transmissions are conducted as well on every first Saturday of a month on 6070 kHz from 18:00 to 24:00 CET and on 3955 kHz from 18:00 to 20:00 CET. So we hope you'll tune in again on 4th June.

Our aim has always been (and still is) to provide a musical alternative to the "official" pop music radio stations. We focus on non-mainstream music and also support little-known bands and artists worldwide.

You can view the full history, our aims and all station details on our website www.radiosylvia.com.

If you have any questions or suggestions, please always feel free to contact us.

Thank you and best regards

Mark Andersen
Radio Sylvia

LOG 28/05


6130 KHZ , 1935 utc, Radio Casanova ,MUSIC, sinpo 44444