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QSL Bangkok Radio 2187.5 kHz

Recently I received Bangkok Radio on 2187.5 kHz. With 9225 kilometer this is by far my most distant maritime reception on MF. Unfortunately I couldn’t find an email address, until Néstor Damián Fischetto provided me with one. Within a few days I received a fully detailed email from YvesZor, radio operator at the station:

Dear Peter Reuderink,

Thank you for your email and for sharing your reception report of Bangkok Radio. We are delighted to hear that you were able to receive our station on 2 MHz, especially considering the distance of over 9225 kilometres. It’s always gratifying to know that our signals are reaching listeners around the world.

We confirm your reception of Bangkok Radio on 2187.5 kHz on February 27th, 2024, at 20:28 h UTC. Your dedication to the hobby of radio reception for over four decades is admirable, and we are honoured to be a part of your listening experience.

Should you have any further questions or if there’s anything else we can assist you with, please feel free to reach out to us.

Thank you once again for reaching out to Bangkok Radio. We value your support and interest in our broadcasts.

Warm regards,

YvesZor [YZ] 
Radio Operator
Bangkok Radio

Big thanks to Nestor (and Rob IZ0CDM, who provided similar address info a few days later)!


  1. Rob

    I Always wonder why did Yves immediately responded to you while I didn’t received anything for two reception reports ..

    • Peter Reuderink

      Hi Rob,
      The email address is generic. Yves is one of the radio operators, so his position is probably covered by 4 others to cover the 24 hour shift roster. Maybe another colleague just removes reports from the inbox as he is less interested.
      I have a similar experience with for example Keelung Radio XSX. Artur got a reply on his first report, I think I got a reply on my fourth attempt….

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