Rogaland Radio :

 

listen to this rare recording, where a coastal station is jamming a pirate station (Radio North Sea International) (Hajo Russow, 1970)
here is the normal morse code station marker, recorded in 1987 by Andy Stumpf

 

a PPC from 1974 (rb)
verification on the backside of the report (Frank Schüttig, 1978)
friendly short letter for QSL (Willi Passmann, 1983)
here a 'real' QSL (Vladimir Rozhkov, 1997)
still alive, as a node in the GlobeWireless net (Fabricio Andrade Silva, 2012)

 

here is a link to more info from Rogaland (tnx to Rudy van Dalen)

 

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Callsigns:
L
LFB *
LFC
LFD
LFG
LFI
LFL **
LFN
LFN **
LFR
LFX
LFZ
LGB *
LGC *
LGG *
LGJ *
LGN **
LGO
LGQ
LGT
LGU *
LGW *
LGX *
LHB
LHG

 

Frequencies Voice:
1653
1692
1725
1729
2182
2563
2653
2656
2878
3638
4363
4375
4381
4432
6507
6513
8743
8746
8749
8755
8779
8785
8800
8803
9980
13086
13089
13107
13113
13125
13128
13137
13140
13149
13158
13167
17242
17248
17251
17254
17260
17269
17278
17296
17299
17320
17326
22699
22717
22738
22756
22792
22795
22804
22810
22813

 

Frequencies Morse Telegraphy:
447.5
448.5
500
512
516
4241.5
5699
6432
8527.5
8540
8574
12727
12727.5
12961.5
14444
14445
16928.4
17074.4
22473.5
25308
25382.5

 

Frequencies Radioteletype:
440.5
518
1609.5
1611.5
1621.5
1646
1906
1930
2177.5
2879.5
3275
3277
4211.5
4213
4262
4339
6318
6324
6467
6498
6915
8418.5
8426.5
8683.5
8684
12589
12605
12660
12678
12683
13075
16809
16832
16926
17204
17223
19738
22402
22425.5
22862.7

 

Systems used:
50 Bd
75 Bd
CLOVER
DSC
SITOR
SSFC

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