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Offline Chanter

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Russian time signal RWM?
« on: December 18, 2017, 1235 UTC »
Who was it who had a working e-mail for this particular station?  Somebody mentioned a contact at one time or another.  If whoever that was is still around, I'd love to take them up on their offer of that e-mail info.  I just logged RWM on 9996kHz during a mini-DXpedition this past weekend, and now I'm going QSL seeking!  :) 
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Re: Russian time signal RWM?
« Reply #1 on: December 18, 2017, 1715 UTC »
That was me. The general email is office@vniiftri.ru . If that bounces, I have the personal email of someone who rejected my first QSL but accepted my second one. Since it is a personal email, I'll send you a private message since they probably wouldn't like it posted on the web.
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