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Author Topic: Open Radio North Korea 15700 September 29, 2013 1404Z  (Read 1843 times)

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Open Radio North Korea 15700 September 29, 2013 1404Z
« on: September 29, 2013, 1405 UTC »
According to the EiBi sked, Open Radio North Korea is on 15700. When listening to it, it sounds like Korean.

Signal is 35423 S8. Fluttery, but decent.

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Re: Open Radio North Korea 15700 September 29, 2013 1404Z
« Reply #1 on: September 29, 2013, 1433 UTC »
Heard weak in Missouri. I'm using my ATS909x & 30 meter wire as I sit on my front porch & saw this post just in time to tune in the last few minutes. I switched to USB to monitor when the carrier went off as I lost the modulated signal in the fading. Carrier off at 14:30 as per Aoki.

Thanx for the heads up , skeezix
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