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Voice of Khmer M'Chas Srok - audio link from tonight
« on: March 22, 2014, 1328 UTC »
The new station, Voice of Khmer M'Chas Srok, has only been on the air for a few days, as noted recently by several HFU members. I monitored it's broadcast this evening for the full 30 min transmission, and it puts a very solid signal into Mount Evelyn. Here is the entry from my logbook:

17860   TAJIKISTAN (perhaps….) Voice of Khmer M'Chas Srok. Site is unconfirmed at this time. Hummy transmitter on at 1125 then s/on 1130 in Cambodian with ID and opening anncts. Then a short burst of instrumental music before long talks with occasional mentions of Kampuchea, Khmer and Phnom Penh. Later, another short burst of music before ID, website and email addresses, then music to s/off at 1200. Big signal throughout with some slight txer hum from the beginning of the broadcast until 1150 when the hum just disappeared! I guess they must have found the fault!! The sound of the txer does smack somewhat of Dushanbe. Mar 22.

I have the audio of  the last few minutes of the transmission on my website if you're interested.


73 and have a great weekend everyone!

Rob Wagner VK3BVW
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