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Author Topic: 11.510 Radoya Denge, Kurdish language, 1430 utc, Mar. 9, 2014  (Read 1320 times)

Offline Antennae

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I'm hearing Middle Eastern sounding music.
The next song is not, its more like Russian folk.
The next one is a male singer and it sounds Middle Eastern.

On www.short-wave.info, the map says the transmitter is around Ukraine. 

This is enjoyable with my headphones on and the volume down.  It my most interesting catch this morning.


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Re: 11.510 Radoya Denge, Kurdish language, 1430 utc, Mar. 9, 2014
« Reply #1 on: March 09, 2014, 1537 UTC »
At 1537 UTC, can just barely see a carrier in the waterfall. No audio recovered.

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