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Author Topic: Voice of the People 3475 AM 15:08 UTC 2 Nov 2019  (Read 401 times)

Offline jasmine

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Voice of the People 3475 AM 15:08 UTC 2 Nov 2019
« on: November 02, 2019, 1509 UTC »
Picking this up at almost an S5 from my Seattle location.
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Re: Voice of the People 3475 AM 15:08 UTC 2 Nov 2019
« Reply #1 on: November 02, 2019, 1555 UTC »
I was trying to find the transmitter site of this broadcast, but haven't had much luck. Anyone know? Thanks
Listening on an Icom-718 with a 135' OCF dipole or a RSP2.  Grundig G3 and MLA-30 when portable. When QRP I use a Hendricks PFR-3 I built. Coverage is 20,30 and 40 meters.

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Re: Voice of the People 3475 AM 15:08 UTC 2 Nov 2019
« Reply #2 on: November 07, 2019, 0852 UTC »
I was trying to find the transmitter site of this broadcast, but haven't had much luck. Anyone know? Thanks

It's located in South Korea targeting North Korea.

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Re: Voice of the People 3475 AM 15:08 UTC 2 Nov 2019
« Reply #3 on: November 07, 2019, 1238 UTC »
Thanks!
Listening on an Icom-718 with a 135' OCF dipole or a RSP2.  Grundig G3 and MLA-30 when portable. When QRP I use a Hendricks PFR-3 I built. Coverage is 20,30 and 40 meters.