The best way to report a reception or QSO with WE2XGR/2 is through the website. Cumulative information in the database will be instrumental in making the case for an amateur radio allocation on 600 meters. The data demonstrates 600 meters can be used for predictabe short range groundwave as well as long distance skywave communication. Also, the significant hours of operation demonstrate no interference with other users of the spectrum.

If you would like to receive a QSL card please note that in your report at For faster response you can send a brief report to me via e mail at The 600 meter stations appreciate you taking the time to listen and file a report.


Poldhu was the transmitting end of Marconi's first radio crossing of the Atlantic on December 12, 1901. At 12:30 a.m. in St. John's Newfoundland Marconi distinguished three faint clicks through the earphones of his wireless receiver - the Morse Code letter "S". In the spirit of experimental radio communications the background for this QSL card is the Poldhu Marconi Station in Cornwall England.

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