A QSL card from Ingøy’s Final Day broadcasting NRK P1 on 153KHz!

Hello all!

Hopefully the site move has gone smooth enough that you haven’t even noticed it happened … Aside from the URL looking a little different and some wording on the bar at the top!

With that out of the way, I want to share with you this QSL letter-card NRK of Norway sent me. I used a remote SDR in Svalbard to hear the final moments and I wrote to NRK with the details of what I heard from 153KHz along with details of my long time of listening to NRK P3 & mP3 (I listened so much I ended up starting learning Norwegian!) … In short I think my loyalty to NRK paid off when I received this is the post!!

It makes me wonder, could this be the last ever QSL design given out by NRK considering they are now 99% DAB+ only? Only time will tell…

I hope you enjoyed this post and I hope to see you all next time!

4 comments on “A QSL card from Ingøy’s Final Day broadcasting NRK P1 on 153KHz!

  1. Davide

    Wonderful QSL! I’m a radio listener from 1981. Sadly, many stations have left shortwave. I’m now creating an historical blog of all my log, to compare that I listened in the past with the sad present. From very crowded band to almost desert ones. But, of course, I continue to listen!

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  2. Federico

    Hello, I am very happy to see that you Have got A QSL card/ letter from Norwegian National public Broadcasting ——NRK. The piture is very beautiful. I also want to get it.

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