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Nippon no Kaze - 9465 and 9950
« on: March 11, 2017, 2155 UTC »
9465   TAIWAN. Nippon no Kaze - Tanshui. Strong signal in Korean at 1310 with the usual talks and occasional songs. // 9950 but a much weaker signal there. Mar 11.

9950   TAIWAN. Nippon no Kaze - Tanshui. Korean service at 1315. A weak signal and terrible het from AIR-Bengaluru's Burmese service supposedly the same channel, but AIR was way off frequency on 9950.60 kHz. AIR s/off at 1315 but left the carrier on for a further two minutes. When they finally turned the txer off, Nippon no Kaze could be heard clearly but weakly, and running // 9465 where the signal was much stronger. Mar 11.
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