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Author Topic: Voice Of Nigeria 9690 AM 13 OCT 2018 1832-1940 UTC  (Read 901 times)

Offline ChrisLobde

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Voice Of Nigeria 9690 AM 13 OCT 2018 1832-1940 UTC
« on: October 13, 2018, 2244 UTC »
1832 tune in EE with "In The News" commentary hosted by OM/YL.
1859 Full ID, native tunage, drums. Seemed tone in EE till 1930, then into native language.  Transmitter issues throughout. Audio pretty good Nice to hear them in EE.
Haven't heard them much since their 19 mb frequency went to DRM mode.
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Re: Voice Of Nigeria 9690 AM 13 OCT 2018 1832-1940 UTC
« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2018, 2247 UTC »
I've been getting this 31m broadcast pretty regular, but if I'm up late (0600 UTC) they're generally copyable at 7255 kHz at that time.
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Re: Voice Of Nigeria 9690 AM 13 OCT 2018 1832-1940 UTC
« Reply #2 on: October 14, 2018, 0130 UTC »
I nearly always have a utility station providing interference on that 7255 frequency here that overwhelms VoN.
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