QSL: WNRI Woonsocket RI 1380


A rare printed HAM-like QSL-card arrived in my mailbox today confirming my reception of WNRI in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, on 1380 kHz. WNRI was heard with a local call in show one evening at Lista in January 2011. At that time WNRI was still on their day time effect of 2500 watts, catching their signal at night time with just 18 watts would have been significantly more difficult!

WNRI is only my second QSL from Rhode Island. My thanks to Chief Engineer Dick Bouchard for a nice addition to my QSL collection. Dick is also a radio amateur with the call sign W1HQV, which explains the design of the QSL card…


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