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Offline Ron - Calif.

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South Korea
« on: November 30, 2020, 2126 UTC »
KOREA SOUTH. Echo of Hope - VOH, at 1137, Nov 29 (Sunday) on 3985 // 4880 // 5995 // 6245 // 6350 // 9095, with the
reading of a "Harry Potter" story in English and Korean; 4880 & 9095 both with good reception.

Voice of Freedom, 5920, on Nov 29, from 1155 to 1200. The Sunday only "COVID-19 Prevention Measures" program in
Korean; good reception.

Nov 30 (Monday) observed frequencies:

VOP: 3480 (best reception) // 3910 // 3930 // 4450 // 6520 // 6600, at 1155; no change for the third consecutive week!

VOH: 3980 // 4885 // 5990 // 6250 // 6348 // 9100, at 1148, with English language lesson ("Can I see that watch? . . . No, the
one next to it."); all frequencies changed today.  

Voice of Freedom, 5920, at 1205, with fair reception (no jamming). The super jamming from N. Korea was still heard on 6045,
while 6135 was a clear frequency with no jamming.

Ron
Asilomar State Beach, Calif.
CR-1, antenna: 100' long wire

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Re: South Korea
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2020, 0104 UTC »
Thx for the heads up.
Still working on a B-20 list.
FPE
Near Chicago, IL USA.  Drake R8, Ten-Tec RX340, JRC NRD545, Watkins Johnson HF-1000, Wellbrook loop at 28', 40m inverted vee.  Please QSL to fpeconsultant@aol.com thanks.

 

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