Here is the final report of the two transmissions on Alexanderson Day, June 30th 2019. In total, we received 438 listener reports – an incredible amount! We are very thankful for all your enthusiastic and positive reports, with images, recordings
Here is the final report of the three transmissions on Alexanderson Day on July 1st, 2018. In all, we received 323 listener reports, whereof 6 was unheard. UPDATED 2018-08-26: FINAL SUMMARY REPORT OF TRANSMISSION ON ALEXANDERSON DAY 2018-REV4.PDF Please
All three transmissions on Alexanderson Day, July 1st, 2018 went well. Close to 300 listeners’ reports has been received so far. Thank you all listeners! Here is the preliminary list (version 2) for you to download: PRELIMINARY REPORT OF TRANSMISSION
On Christmas morning December 24, 2016 the traditional transmission with the old Alexanderson alternator SAQ at World Heritage Grimeton Radio Station, Sweden took place at 08:00 UTC on 17,2 kHz CW. Unfortunately, our web site got overloaded and could not
On the occasion of the 11th nordic shortwave conference HF 16 with the attached longwave symposium LW 16 on the small island of faaroe north of Gotland in the baltic sea, an extra transmission was made from the World Heritage
Final summary report updated 2016-08-12: An overwhelming flood of positive and interesting listerners’ reports, summerizes the Alexanderson Day 2016. Well over 300 official listeners’ reports has been received, and a few more reports has been made in our forum. Again,
Both transmissions on Alexanderson Day, July 3rd, 2016 went well. Close to 300 listeners’ reports has been received so far. Thank you all listeners! Here is the preliminary list for you to download: PRELIMINARY REPORT OF TRANSMISSION ON ALEXANDERSON DAY
Read a listener’s report from Laurence (KL7L) who heard the SAQ transmission over in Wasilla, Alaska on Christmas eve 2015, some 7000 kilometers away from Grimeton in Sweden.
New record in listener’s reports from the 2015 Christmas transmission.
Here is the final listeners summary report from the 12.00 UTC transmission on Alexanderson day, June 28th, 2015.