It’s not uncommon for us to get a message like the one I’m about to share here, but when it does happen, I have to admit, it’s pretty cool. this time it involves KNSP 1430 “The Fan”
This morning as I was looking thru my emails, I received this message from a gentleman listening thru his high tech AM radio in Finland, here’s what he had to say:
Now this moment when I write this letter we have sunny weather. But spring is coming and the temperature is today minus 10 degrees Celsius.
My name is Tuomo Vesala a carpender 53 years old and I was happy and lucky to hear your AM Radio station here in Finland.
As you may have now guessed, I am also AM radio hobbyist. I use sdr receivers and long beverage antennas so
that I can hear stations from far away.
Wave propagation has always fascinated me and it is amazing that I could pick up your station so far
away across the Atlantic in the other side of the world.
Date and Time ; 1 January 2019, your local time 1.00 AM
Frequency : 1430 khz
Receiver : Perseus SDR-radio.
Antenna : Beverage antenna, 2800 feet-long copper wire, directed to North-America.
I would be most thankful if you would email a short reply confirming my reception, if the report is correct.
I Wish you all the best in all of your daily activities!”