Friday, November 19, 2010

CBW Winnipeg Manitoba 990 kHz QSL and Audio

It was a pleasure to identify CBW Winnipeg on 990 kHz for the first time (A South African First) on the 22nd of October 1986. The station made it through over a distance of 14 586 km / 9 063 miles via the FRG7 and 30 metre longwire antenna at Pinelands.

I was fortunate to receive a QSL card in response to my reception report.


An audio clip of the reception at 0410 hours UTC on the 22nd October 1986 has been preserved and is available here. A weather report, id and the beginning of the programme "Late Night Classics" with host Norris Bick, can be heard.

A dramatic photograph of the F5 tornado that struck the town of Elie, Manitoba (40 kilometres west of Winnipeg) on Friday, June 22, 2007 (Photograph Wikimedia Commons).

The funnel cloud that produced the category F5 tornado that hit Elie, Manitoba on Friday, June 22nd, 2007 (Photograph Wikimedia Commons).


David Hamilton said...

hi congrats on the qsl card i sent them an email and links to my recording but not even a reply ... you can hear my recording here
on the 14 vov ... great blog you have cheers david

Gary Deacon said...

Hi David

Thank you for your kind comments and for sharing the link to your excellent recording!

73 and the best of dx