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[HCDX] 7120, Eritrea monitoring and correxion
7120 Unid. April 7th. S/on at 1502 on 7120.3 (it's .37
says Mauno, thanks). Modulation improved 1605 and
I could hear non-stop music. I'd say Sudan/Djibouti style,
a bit sad songs. I couldn't hear any talks, of course the
Chinese splatter was at times strong. Luckily the ute
7122 was silent.
Re my 5100 R Bana log of April 6th (below).
I guess I have to correct myself. After listening today
various Eritrean channels, I believe the program
yesterday on 5100 was VOBME 1st program and closing
music was not the "Bana song" but N/A, the one sung by
the cheerish choir.
Today, I think, Eritrea was carrying clandestine programs
1600 till about 1800. Ethiopian jamming was DRM-type.
5100 was jammed continuously, I could hear the N/A in the clear at 1800.
7100 was empty most of the time, maybe this Eritrean transmitter
was used on some other channel.
7175 occupied by DRM-type jammer.
7999.4 heavily jammed, at 1700 a short pause and I could
hear a female voice announcing something about Somalia, then the
jammer returned. Recheck around 1745, no jamming there and the
program was possibly VOBME 2nd program. S/off 1800 with N/A.
"5100 ERI: R Bana 1725, s/off 1800 with familiar Bana song.
Local language." (Apr 6)
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