The strongest I've heard them, judging by the noise at the beginning it
sounded as though the transmitter was being used as a jammer.
I wonder how many listeners they lose through starting each broadcast with
anthems to deceased leaders?
Anyone notice the voice in the background? It sounds as though it is the
same newsreader a second or so ahead of the voice in the foreground.
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Subject: Re: [HCDX] Voice Of Korea 13760khz
Here's the entire "hour long" broadcast, 0430utc to 0526UTC April 17
On Mon, Apr 17, 2017 at 12:54 AM, Paul B. Walker, Jr. <
> Voice Of Korea 13760khz, 0430 to 0530UTC, English to "Latin America"
> S9+40 with a Tecsun PL880 and Wellbrook ALA1530LNP in Alaska. SINPO:
> 111735khz, 13760khz and 15180khz are all in english to "Latin America".
> All are strong, with 11735 and 15180 being about an S8 and slightly fadey.
> 13760khz is the strongest, least fadiest by a somewhat noticeable margin.
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