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Author Topic: V24, 5290 AM, 1430 UTC, 05 FEB 2018  (Read 1068 times)

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V24, 5290 AM, 1430 UTC, 05 FEB 2018
« on: February 05, 2018, 1530 UTC »
Fair signal in Denver this morning. K-pop music right at 14:30:00, numbers starting at 14:33:39. Message lasted until 14:41:03. Carrier seemed to be at 5289.97 kHz.
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Re: V24, 5290 AM, 1430 UTC, 05 FEB 2018
« Reply #1 on: February 06, 2018, 0253 UTC »
The song played was Me Gustas Tu (I Like You) by GFriend.

Yes, V24 is typically 15 to 30 Hz low.  This is actually the best way to detect the 4900 kHz transmissions since the broadcast station moved onto that frequency.  When V24 is too weak to hear over the BC station you can always detect the carrier being slightly off form the BC station carrier.  Fortunately V24 is often about he same strength or stronger than the BC station for me.

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