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Offline VK3BVW

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Bhutan Broadcasting Service
« on: April 25, 2018, 0212 UTC »
6035   BHUTAN. Bhutan BS - Thimphu. Weak signal under the co-channel PBS Yunnan when first tuned in at 1100, but became stronger than Yunnan by 1135 with English programming, consisting of chat and a phone-in quiz. Phrases such as “Are you ready for the next question….?” would pop up out of the noise. 1141 - female ballad. Sudden s/off at 1145, leaving a weakened Yunnan signal in the clear. Always a difficult one to hear so a pleasing result tonight, Apr 24.
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Re: Bhutan Broadcasting Service
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2018, 2139 UTC »
Good catch!
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