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819 South Korean Jammer

Monday, December 25 2017


This was my recording of an 819 jammer, sounding liek a video game. .from
Alaska:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_Mb25e6IQrc

On Sun, Dec 24, 2017 at 7:46 PM, Gary DeBock <d1028gary@comcast.net> wrote:

> Chris and All,
>
>
> After reviewing some files from the recent Kona (Hawaii) DXpedition I was
> able to track down a recording of the Southern jammer attempting to compete
> with the monster 819-KCBS signal from Pyongyang. Even though the 819-Jammer
> may sound pretty strong in Seoul it definitely didn't bother KCBS very much
> in Kona.
>
>
> The 819 jammer seems to be a continuous "Beehive" type signal similar to
> the old 1053 jammer. Because of the overwhelming strength of KCBS it only
> shows up during Pyongyang's fades, and even then it sounds pretty wimpy by
> comparison. This recording was made around 0853 on 12-18, and the jammer
> can be heard mixing with KCBS from 22 seconds to 40 seconds into the MP3
> https://dreamcrafts.box.com/s/1ueov463q72ht02yq6zi5kcyidnwc4n9
>
>
> By contrast the 801-Jammer seems to be an intermittent Beehive signal,
> coming and going at irregular intervals, and on a 50% on-off cycle when it
> does show up.
>
>
> Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA)
>
>
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