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Jari Finland
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« Reply #15 on: January 31, 2017, 0950 UTC »

During sunspot maximum 1990-1992 Japanese FM stations were heard in Netherlands. I talked to one Dutch ham who did it. He has cassette recording somewhere if he only remembered where. (I know the feeling.)

Japanese FM naturally is 76-90 Mhz, making it somewhat "easier".

Finnish records on western FM are China and India heard by Markku Sollo.
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