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HLL2 Seoul Meteorological Radio, on 5855.5 kHz. (ex: 5857.5), with new frequency/schedule/format  View Printable Version 
Saturday, March 23 2024

HCDX
Hi,

Further to my monitoring last night, another look this morning at 2245
confirmed continued operation on this new channel. There does seem to be
some variation in the languages used and the order used. For example, at
2245, I heard Korean and what seemed to be an extended English weather
report. But these were not followed by Japanese or Mandarin reports - just
lots of unmodulated carrier. until I stopped monitoring past 2315. Strange.
March 21 (UTC time).

73

Rob VK3BVW

Rob Wagner
91 Bailey Road,
Mount Evelyn VIC 3796

On 22 Mar 2024 at 11:17:51 AM, DF5SX@darc.de wrote:

> KOREA REP OF 5855.600 kHz exact
> measured in Hiroshima Akitakata Perseus SDR net installation at
> 00.11 UT on March 22, S=9+10dB strength. Unmodulated carrier though.
> 73 wolfie df5sx
> wwdxc germany
>
>
> *From:* Ron Howard <ron888howard@gmail.com>
> *Sent:* Thursday, March 21, 2024 5:04 PM
>
> *Subject:* Re: [WOR] HLL2 Seoul Meteorological Radio, on 5855.5 kHz. (ex:
> 5857.5), with new frequency/schedule/format
>
> - - - - Greatly appreciate the following feedback from Rob Wagner
> (Australia). Ron
>
> "Thanks for the tip, Ron. Here are my observations tonight:
>
> 5855.61 USB KOREA REP. HLL Seoul Meteorological Radio - Seoul-Gangseo-gu..
> Following a tip from Ron Howard,
> I checked this on March 21 at 1255 to find an unmodulated carrier. Then,
> weather reports in Korean at 1300, English
> at 1305, Japanese at 1312, and Mandarin at 1320, concluding at 1329. The
> language sequence recommenced at
> 1332, concluding at 1357. Nothing further heard, so I stopped monitoring
> at 1407. NF (ex 5857.5 kHz).
>
> 73, Rob VK3BVW”
>
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Fw: HLL2 Seoul Meteorological Radio, on 5855.5 kHz. (ex: 5857.5), with new frequency/schedule/format  View Printable Version 
Friday, March 22 2024

HCDX
> My antenna got disconnected, so no signals

Okay, but checked the KOREAN’s some hour back around 12.50 – 14.18 UT
on March 22 onwards:

3205_DRM KRE digital from KCBS Pyongyang Korean S=9+20dB at 12.50 UT
in Hiroshima Akitakata JPN SDR.
3250even KRE unbelievable, SAXOPHONE mx, at 12.56 UT S=9+5dB March 22
excellent KCBS Pyongyang audio quality noted today.
3325even INS VoINS from Palangkaraya in Japanese, and nearby CW QRM,
S=8-9, at 12.54 UT.
3480.010 KOR VoP Korean S=9+30dB, 2 x 15 kHz width, but tiny KRE
jamming signal though at 13.01 UT.
3899.997 CHN Humbei Xinwan Zongh, Huhu Buir, Mandarin 13.02 UT, S=8.
3910.003 KOR VoP Korean, S=9+25dB 13.04UT, tiny slight KRE jammer JBA.
3930.009 KOR VOP, (QRM to R Nikkei 1 JPN, 3925 kHz), S=9+25dB 13.05 UT
tiny slight KRE jammer underneath.
3949.969 CHN PBS Xinjiang, Urumchi, Mandarin, S=9 at 13.07 UT.
3958.983 KRE KCBS Pyongyang via Kanggye site in Korean, S=9 13.08 UT.
3985.013 KOR EoH played a beautiful musical box, S=9+35dB at 13.10 UT
slight tiny KRE jammer underneath in Hiroshima and Tokyo JPN.
3990 kHz MIXTURE, BOTH :
3989.966 and 3990.004 CHN PBS Xinjiang Urumchi Kyrghyz, ahead strength,
and co-channel another China mainland national sce
CNR11 PBS Gannan in Tibetan too, S=9+5dB at 13.16 UT.
4010.007 KGZ Kyrghyz Radio Birinchi, Bishkek, fair S=6 early path
at 13.17 UT.
4450even KOR VoP Korean, S=9+40dB powerful signal at 13.19 UT and
underneath SIRENE jammer from
4449.987 KRE jamming.
4560.013 KOR VoP Korean, S=9+40dB powerhouse signal, at 13.20 UT,
totally jamming-FREE, no KRE disturbtion on this channel.
4885.004 KOR VOH EOH, Korean, S=9+35dB strength, 13.28 UT and hit
heavy co-channel
KRE EQUAL strength jamming signal from northern Korea D.P.R.
5855.602 KOR HLL2 Seoul Meteo radio Boseong, Kor/English weather report
read, 13.30 UT. S=9+15dB.
5995.030 KOR EOH VOH Hwaseong, S=9+45dB powerhouse strength signal,
underneath KRE scratch jamming signal, 13.36 UT-
6015even KOR KBS Hanminjok, S=9+45dB powerful signal, and underneath
KRE jamming at 13.39 UT.
6038 – 6051 kHz range KRE Kujang powerful jamming
against WHOM ? / NOTHING , S=9+5dB at 13.40 UT on March 22.
6100 kHz BAD MIXTURE :
6099.917 KRE KCBS Pyongyang from likely Kanggye site,
and equal signal level
6100even CHN PBS Urumchi in Mongolian px, S=9+40dB at 13.42 UT.
6140_DRM digital mode Pyongyang in Korean, S=9+25dB at 13.45 UT.
6160 kHz NOTHING Pyongyang Korean sce towards the SOUTH anymore, empty
channel now.
6184.979 KRE VoKorean Kujang in Chinese via Kujang site, S=9+30dB
signal strength at 13.48 UT.
6229.955 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Shen. Miaoli, Mandarin S=7 13.51 UT

6249.997 KOR EOH Korean, S=9+40dB, heavy SIRENE jammer of KRE on same

signal level at 13.52 UT.

6279.857 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Shen. Miaoli, Mandarin S=9+10dB 13.53 UT

6340.166 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Shen. Miaoli, Mandarin S=9+10dB 13.54 UT

6350.033 KOR EOH VOH Korean, S=9+35dB strong, NO KRE JAMMING at all at

13.56 UT.

6520.013 KOR VOP Korean, S=9+40dB powerful signal, equal KRE jammer

at 13.58 UT, and

6600even KOR VOPeople Kyonggi-do, also S=9+40dB strength.

6850.025 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Shen. Miaoli, Mandarin S=8 13.59 UT

6865.117 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Shen. Miaoli, Mandarin S=9 14.00 UT

6900.012 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Shen. Miaoli, Mandarin S=9 14.02 UT

6970.092 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Shen. Miaoli, Mandarin S=7 14.03 UT

7199.998 MMR Myanmar Radio in Burmese via Yegu / Yangoon site,

S=9+25dB at 14.06 UT

(slight UNKNOWN jamming underneath from BGD or CHN likely ?

or Shan state province separate opposite mountain folk ?).

Need to tell observation to the ITU IARU Bandwatch folks,

due of 7195 and 7200 kHz are channels of the International

Amateur Radio frequency allocation, wb. )

7280.100 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Shen. Miaoli, Mandarin S=7 14.18 UT

7589.968 UZB Korean NK Reference Radio via Tashkent bcast center,

S=9+10dB at 14.14 UT.

7645.084 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Shen. Miaoli, Mandarin S=7 14.13 UT

7719.997 KOR VOH EOH Korean, S=9+10dB at 14.11 UT

7729.867 TWN SOH Xi Wang Zhi Shen. Miaoli, Mandarin S=8 14.12 UT

[selected SDR options, span 12.5 kHz RBW 15.3 Hertz]

(wb df5sx, wwdxc BC-DX TopNews March 22)


Hi Tony,
Sorry for the incorrect posting. My antenna got disconnected, so no signals.
Now at 1140, have a good signal from Voice of Freedom on 5920 (ex 6045), with NO jamming!
Ron

From: Tony Pavick
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2024 12:36 PM
Subject: Re: Korea silent

Ron
At 1134, I am hearing VOP on 6520 and 6600 on. EOH is audible on 5955, 6350 and 7720 for me. 6250 is jammed as usual. That said, signal is nowhere its usual quality
Tony

On Fri, 22 Mar 2024 at 04:21, Ron Howard <ron888howard@gmail.com> wrote:

What is going on? March 22, at 1102 UT, VOP silent on 3480, 3910, 3930, 4450, 4560, 6520 and 6600. Earlier at 1025, all were on the air.
Echo of Hope VOH also silent on 3985, 4885, 5995, 6250, 6350 and 7720. Heard earlier also at 1020 UT. Voice of Freedom now on 5920 silent, while also heard earlier. A rare event!

Ron
Californi


From: Wolfgang Bueschel
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2024 1:17 AM
Subject: Re: HLL2 Seoul Meteorological Radio, on 5855.5 kHz. (ex: 5857.5), with new frequency/schedule/format

KOREA REP OF 5855.600 kHz exact
measured in Hiroshima Akitakata Perseus SDR net installation at
00.11 UT on March 22, S=9+10dB strength. Unmodulated carrier though.
73 wolfie df5sx
wwdxc germany

From: Ron Howard
Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2024
Subject: Re: HLL2 Seoul Meteorological Radio, on 5855.5 kHz. (ex: 5857.5), with new frequency/schedule/format


- - - - Greatly appreciate the following feedback from Rob Wagner (Australia). Ron

"Thanks for the tip, Ron. Here are my observations tonight:

5855.61 USB KOREA REP. HLL Seoul Meteorological Radio - Seoul-Gangseo-gu. Following a tip from Ron Howard,
I checked this on March 21 at 1255 to find an unmodulated carrier. Then, weather reports in Korean at 1300, English
at 1305, Japanese at 1312, and Mandarin at 1320, concluding at 1329. The language sequence recommenced at
1332, concluding at 1357. Nothing further heard, so I stopped monitoring at 1407. NF (ex 5857.5 kHz).

73, Rob VK3BVW”
From: neabipress@gmail.com
Sent: Friday, March 22, 2024 2:45 AM
Subject: Re: HLL2 Seoul Meteorological Radio, on 5855.5 kHz. (ex: 5857.5), with new frequency/schedule/format

https://www.weather.go.kr/w/ocean/we-fax/we-fax01.do

QTH: 147-50, Innovation 8-ro, Gimcheon-si, Gyeongsangbuk-do Republic of Korea

http://gimcheon.grandculture.net/gimcheon/dir/GC03230058?category=%EC%9C%A0%ED%98%95&depth=3&name=%EA%B8%B0%EA%B4%80%20%EB%8B%A8%EC%B2%B4%28%EC%9D%BC%EB%B0%98%29&search=%EA%B8%B0%EA%B4%80%20%EB%8B%A8%EC%B2%B4%2F%EA%B8%B0%EA%B4%80%20%EB%8B%A8%EC%B2%B4%28%EC%9D%BC%EB%B0%98%29

http://aks.ai/GC03230058

'Northeast Asian Broadcasting Institute'
in Se
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�indows-1252?q23333 Reception in Southeastern Brazil �indows-1252?q96 March 22, 2024  View Printable Version 
Friday, March 22 2024

HCDX
Dear friends,

#333 Reception in Southeastern Brazil – March 22, 2024

On:

https://dxways-br.blogspot.com/2024/03/333-reception-in-southeastern-brazil.html

DXways-br (Blog):
http://dxways-br.blogspot.com<http://dxways-br.blogspot.com/>

73 & good DX!

Rudolf Grimm
PY2-81502 SWL São Bernardo SP & Ibiuna SP
BRAZIL
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Myanmar Radio now on 5919.0 kHz.  View Printable Version 
Friday, March 22 2024

HCDX


MYANMAR 5914.977 kHz measured at 00.28 UT on March 22, noted
Nay Pyi Daw new capital SW site signal
in Doha Qatar Perseus SDR unit installation,
S=7-8 fair signal, Burmese music/singer,

but different Myanmar Radio program on
5985even kHz S=9+10dB stronger signal from
Yangoon / Yegu site, at 00.32 UT on March 22.
73 wolfie df5sx
wwdxc germany

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
From: Wolfgang Bueschel


Sent: Sunday, January 14, 2024 12:55 AM
To: _ egroups_DXindia ; HCDX ; _ BCLNEWS
Subject: Re: [HCDX] Myanmar Radio now on 5919.0 kHz.

MYANMAR 1000 Hertz test tone before daily MR start
heard continously on
5914.979 kHz
when tuned-in at 23.09 UT, heard still to
23.25:10 UTC test tone stop,
then at
23.30:03 UT program start of MR, after short mx piece heard,
followed by long pray of Buddist monks, all these heard on

MW 576 kHz Yangon site, and much stronger of 594 kHz
from Nay Phi Taw transmitter site
and also 5985even kHz from Yangon SW site.

But Nay Phi Taw 5914.979 kHz played separate program of music.

S=9+10dB signal in Hiroshima Akitakata Perseus SDR unit,
and S=8-9 signal on nearby skip at Dimapur, far eastern India,
remotedly KIWI SDR net unit via URL

http://103.232.186.40:8073
on
http://rx.linkfanel.net


73 wb df5sx
wwdxc

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
From: DF5SX@darc.de


Sent: Saturday, January 13, 2024 1:25 PM
Subject: Re: [HCDX] Myanmar Radio now on 5919.0 kHz.

yes Zach,

5919even S=5 or –98dBm in Hiroshima Japan remotedly.
Some 4.1v kHz above fqy their usual Nay Phi Taw transmitter settlement.

also MMRadio on 5985 kHz even signal from Yegu Yangon site at 11.50 UT Jan
13.
73 wb df5sx

From: Zach Liang
Sent: Saturday, January 13, 2024
Subject: Myanmar Radio now on 5919.0 kHz.

Right now via siliguri kSDR with rock song thenwith talks by YL about the
cash and monetary talks continues with something that seems a story abt a
woman 1214 with music

Στις Σάβ 13 Ιαν 2024 στις 11:44 π.μ., ο/η Ron Howard
<ron888howard@gmail.com> έγραψε:

- - - Thanks very much to Rob Wagner (Australia) for his excellent input
today regarding the unique situation with Myanmar Radio xmtr's. Ron

"A Further Update:
So, today, January 13, I noted it back on 5915v at 0120 via the excellent
LA6LU Kiwi SDR in Thailand! Later, heard 5915 sign
off at 0530 UTC (12:00 noon Myanmar time). Then I noted it on again just
prior to 0700 (don’t know when it actually signed on),
reverting to 5919 kHz! Which I guess we can assume will remain for the
rest of the evening. All a bit weird!

Rob VK3BVW"


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HLL2 Seoul Meteorological Radio, on 5855.5 kHz. (ex: 5857.5), with new frequency/schedule/format  View Printable Version 
Friday, March 22 2024

HCDX
KOREA REP OF 5855.600 kHz exact
measured in Hiroshima Akitakata Perseus SDR net installation at
00.11 UT on March 22, S=9+10dB strength. Unmodulated carrier though.
73 wolfie df5sx
wwdxc germany


From: Ron Howard
Sent: Thursday, March 21, 2024 5:04 PM

Subject: Re: [WOR] HLL2 Seoul Meteorological Radio, on 5855.5 kHz. (ex: 5857.5), with new frequency/schedule/format

- - - - Greatly appreciate the following feedback from Rob Wagner (Australia). Ron

"Thanks for the tip, Ron. Here are my observations tonight:

5855.61 USB KOREA REP. HLL Seoul Meteorological Radio - Seoul-Gangseo-gu. Following a tip from Ron Howard,
I checked this on March 21 at 1255 to find an unmodulated carrier. Then, weather reports in Korean at 1300, English
at 1305, Japanese at 1312, and Mandarin at 1320, concluding at 1329. The language sequence recommenced at
1332, concluding at 1357. Nothing further heard, so I stopped monitoring at 1407. NF (ex 5857.5 kHz).

73, Rob VK3BVW”
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