QSL: WFIF Milford CT 1500

WFIF in Milford, Connecticut, has been heard several times during the DX-peditions to Lista. It is the most common U.S. day timer station heard there. Today I received a nice verification from WFIF Engineer Willie Barnett. Willie is a HAM too with the call sign N1NKM. He says he even enjoys confirming DX reports to WFIF as long as they are sent by e-mail. Willie adds that reports sent by postal mail are a pain and will simply not be responded. At the time I heard them, William tells me the station was running 5,000 watts untill 5:30 p.m. local time before dropping to 500 watts for 15 minutes and then signing off at 5:45 p.m.

Despite this, in October I also received a letter, schedule and sticker by postal mail. This letter was signed by Beverley Ann Previs, Office Manager

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