Hard-Core-DX.com: Voice Of Korea 13760khz

Voice Of Korea 13760khz

Tuesday, April 18 2017


0430-0527 7220 KUJ 200 kW / non-dir to NEAs English
0430-0527 9445 KUJ 200 kW / non-dir to NEAs English
0430-0527 9730 KUJ 200 kW / non-dir to NEAs English
0430-0527 11735 KUJ 200 kW / 028 deg to CSAm English
0430-0527 13650 KUJ 200 kW / 238 deg to SEAs French
0430-0527 13760 KUJ 200 kW / 028 deg to CSAm English
0430-0527 15105 KUJ 200 kW / 238 deg to SEAs French
0430-0527 15180 KUJ 200 kW / 028 deg to CSAm English

7220even S=9
9445even S=9+10dB
9730even S=9+30dB at 0448 UT
11735even S=9+20dB
13650.004 S=7
13760even S=5-6
15104.973 S=8
15179.982 S=6 at 0458 UT.

all measured on remote Perseus units in Japan, April 18.
73 wb

----- Original Message -----
From: "Wolfgang Bueschel" <dg1sbn@t-online.de>


Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2017 6:25 AM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] Voice Of Korea 13760khz


KOREA D.P.R. It's not easy to handle the various 8 x 200 kW unit power,
PLUS Jamming facilities/antennas/feederlines at Kujang site at once.

Always - since many years and since refurbished action with new BBEF
Beijing, Made in China shortwave transmitters erected, 2 x 100 kW units
combined, you can hear underneath jamming scratch audio as well other
language section signal mixture, like on French service program in 19 mb,
VoKOR carries English or Chinese language programm mix underneath too.

Checked now remote Tokyo tiny short skip distance sidelobe signal on 13760
kHz at 0326 UT April 18, carrier on air already, though only S=5 in Japan.

Amongst the powerhouse CRI / CNR bcasts in 22mb, heard also
13859.971 kHz US IBB outlet Radio Farda from Bandung Udorn Thani Thailand
poor S=4-5 at 0328 UT.

To mention also the chaine of SOH Sound of Hope outlets
in Chinese language, heard from Taiwan island:

12980.113 S=5-6 at 0408 UT
13130.194 S=4-5
13199.809 S=4-5
13229.995 S=7-8 at 0412 UT stronger signal
13530.221 S=5-6 at 0341 UT
13639.868 S=4-5
13680.196 S=4-5
13774.994 S=4
13820.201 S=6-7
13889.875 S=4
13919.927 S=7 the strongest

73 wb

----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul" <format4nz@gmail.com>


Sent: Tuesday, April 18, 2017 3:11 AM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] Voice Of Korea 13760khz


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.
Paul, NZ

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