THAILAND But 5 kHz down on 9385 kHz instead, Yes on Monday August 7 at 12 UT
(during soccer live TV match from Sydney of DEN vv AUS ladies match crimi,
NICE MATHILDA’s team performance. GREAT sports GIRLS ! )
9385even kHz R Thailand English from Ban Dung Udornthani USAGM relay site,
S=9+10dB in Perseus unit at Hiroshima JPN, 12.05 UT,
S=8 in Delhi IND Perseus unit remotedly at 12.10 UT,
Poor S=5-6 -- rather tiny signal at Doha / Qatar Perseus remotedly at 12.11 UT
S=9+15dB or –60dBm at 12.13 UT on Hanoi VTN KIWI_net SDR
same S=9+15dB or –60dBm signal at Bandung INS at 12.14 UT on Aug 7.
POWERHOUSE signal of S=9+35dB or – 35dBm at Kiwi_SDR in Perth western AUS at 12.16 UT.
S=9+10dB or –64dBm noted on Kiwi_SDR at Tasman district
in southern NZL island, at 12.19 UT.
73s de wolfie df5sx
Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2023 5:58 PM
Subject: Re: Radio Thailand has reverted back to 9390 kHz.
I didn’t check the new ? 9385 kHz fq ?
not y e t
see USAGM monitoring, i.e. 9385 kHz entry in 12-14 UT
set to MANI – Manila Philippines embassy
12 –14 UT 9 MHz
73s de wolfie df5sx
THAILAND 9385 kHz new fq R. Thailand, Ban Dung relay of USAGM Udorn Thani
site. *1200-1400* UT Opening with English, then 1230 UT Vietnamese, 1245
UT Mandarin, 1300 UT Japanese, 1315 UT Malay and 1330 UT English.
The first day (July 21) on this NF (ex 9940 kHz). Finally moved away from
9940 kHz to avoid AIR India (until 1215 UT) and Nippon no Kaze (1300-1330
UT). Seems to be a good choice as it was heard with a solid signal here
at Mount Evelyn and very strong via online SDRs throughout SoEaAS.
(Rob Wagner VK3BVW, Mount Evelyn-Vic-AUS, ADXN of ARDXC; direct Aug 1)
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, August 06, 2023 3:00 AM
Subject: Radio Thailand has reverted back to 9390 kHz.
On 4 August 2023, I heard Radio Thailand at 1200 UTC or 2200 AEST on 9390 kHz.
Volume was good with moderate QRM.
I used a small analogue receiver with a whip aerial.
I was aware that Radio Thailand had changed frequencies to 9940 kHz. Now it seems that Radio Thailand has reverted back to 9390 kHz.
Radio Thailand is part of the Thai Public Relations Department.
They have a very large office complex in Soi Ari Bangkok.
When I worked in Bangkok, my flat was in the same street.
As well as the large office complex, there is also a school nearby called the Public Relations Department School.
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