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Author Topic: Is V28 transmitted in Army?  (Read 1778 times)

Offline bclman

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Is V28 transmitted in Army?
« on: December 05, 2015, 1449 UTC »
3276.876kHz
2015.Dec.5
13:30~13:40UTC
Anyang, South Korea
G35DDC+303WA-2
https://youtu.be/TMkrbCt9zhU

After closing, some Korean words heard.
I translate the Korean words in English.

"you the sucker, stand up, bow"

Is V28 operated by North or South Korea army?

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Re: Is V28 transmitted in Army?
« Reply #1 on: December 05, 2015, 1516 UTC »
The background audio was very clear today.  The sound almost sounded as if it was a TV or something like that in the background, but it may not have been.  It is obvious that there is an open mic used in the process someplace.  Whether the transmission is live on an open mic, or is prerecorded using an open mic, is going to be difficult to tell.

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Re: Is V28 transmitted in Army?
« Reply #2 on: December 08, 2015, 1627 UTC »
There was no broadcast at 13:30UTC on 3277kHz on 2015 Dec 8.
Maybe schedule changes or stop of V28

 

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