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QSL COPE Valencia on 1296 kHz

In less than one hour after sending my report I received a QSL COPE Valencia on 1296 kHz. My reception was confirmed with a QSL by Carlos Corral from the local technical department who also confirmed my report for COPE Murcia. Thank you Carlos!

COPE is an acronym for Cadena de Ondas Populares EspaƱolas. This nation wide network is established by the Spanish Episcopal Conference – the catholic bishops in Spain – with the intent to bring religious programs. Since 1980 the network evolved to a more generalist radio. They still bring religious programs though, and the church has a prominent spot on the COPE website.

email QSL COPE Valencia 1296 kHz
email QSL for COPE Valencia on 1296 kHz

QSL COPE Murcia on 711 kHz

On Wednesday evening 21:28 UTC I received a local program from COPE Murcia on 711 kHz. Murcia is the name of a city and corresponding region in Spain. Carlos Corral from the Technical Department was so kind to confirm my reception with a nice email. Thank you Carlos!

email confirmation of my reception of COPE Murcia on 711 kHz
email QSL of my reception of COPE Murcia on 711 kHz

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