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Author Topic: V24 Korean Numbers Station on 4925 kHz.  (Read 1231 times)
Ron - Calif.
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« on: March 11, 2017, 1907 UTC »

KOREA SOUTH. 4925, Korean Numbers Station V24, 1431-1442* UTC,
on March 11; starting with classical music, followed by numbers
in Korean; good signal strength. This is an infinitely better
frequency choice than when I last heard V24, on 4900, mixing
badly with the Voice of Strait (China), from 1531 to 1545* UTC,
on Feb 25.

My audio from today, with first half music and second half
with numbers, at http://goo.gl/yfWHUO .
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« Reply #1 on: March 11, 2017, 2041 UTC »

V24's use of this frequency in this time slot is a bit sporadic.  It appears to be about every other month on the odd numbered months, they have used this cycle on other time slots and frequencies in the past.

In this case the frequency / time slot was used in October and November of 2016, January and now March of 2017.  So month 10, 11, 1, and 3.  The month 10 usage is not an odd month, it is even, but it was the first time this freq / time had been noted, so possibly October 2016 was a test month?

The 5115 kHz transmission at 1600 UTC did not seem to go this morning, and it has been a steady player for the last 5 months.  Of course it might have been transmitted and just not heard at my location, that does occasionally happen but is uncommon.

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« Reply #2 on: March 11, 2017, 2108 UTC »

The 5115 kHz transmission at 1600 UTC did not seem to go this morning, and it has been a steady player for the last 5 months.  Of course it might have been transmitted and just not heard at my location, that does occasionally happen but is uncommon.

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I was tuned in to that frequency at that time on the Chiba, Japan kiwiSDR, and there was nothing there.
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« Reply #3 on: March 13, 2017, 0214 UTC »

Thanks very much to Amano-san for his kind assistance after
listening to my recording and responding:

"Hello Ron-san,

I heard your audio of V24.
It is very clearly received.

Your audio, with second half with numbers, it becomes below.

---    -0  "gong"
286 96 "I-baek-pal-sip-yuk Gu-sip-yuk"
906 08 "Gu-baek-gong-yuk Gong-pal"
255 55 "I-baek-o-sip-o O-sip-o"
415 16 "Sa-baek-sip-o Sip-yuk"
134 48 "Il-baek-sam-sip-sa Sa-sip-pal"
108 30 "Il-baek-gong-pal Sam-sip-gong"
935 50 "Gu-baek-sam-sip-o O-sip-gong"
788 16 "Chil-baek-pal-sip-pal Sip-yuk"
755 86 "Chil-baek-o-sip-o Pal-sip-yuk"
896 90 "Pal-baek-gu-sip-yuk Gu-sip-gong"
274 22 "I-baek-chil-sip-sa I-sip-i"

Reference - Korean number:
0: gong, 1: il, 2: i, 3: sam, 4: sa, 5: o, 6: yuk, 7: chil, 8: pal, 9: gu,
10: sip, 100: baek."
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« Reply #4 on: March 15, 2017, 1833 UTC »

KOREA SOUTH. 4925, Korean Numbers Station V24, 1435 UTC,
on March 13. Tuned in to catch the end of classical music and
start of numbers in Korean; another day with good signal.

Hiroyuki-san continues to update V24 info at http://goo.gl/80GQFu
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« Reply #5 on: March 15, 2017, 2225 UTC »

Will check this one out Ron, I am often up at this hour (0100 local) chasing NDB's and M89 Chinese Military so would like to log V24 on 4.925MHz.  China strong at this time so should be an easy one... Cool
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