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Offline Ron - Calif.

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Shiokaze/Sea Breeze
« on: June 30, 2021, 1518 UTC »
KOREA NORTH[non]. first day back to alternate frequencies of 5965 // 7295, Shiokaze/Sea Breeze, via Yamata (Japan). June 30
(Wednesday), from tune in at 1311 to 1400* UT. Confirming the new schedule for English (ex: Thursday). Yes, 1300-1400 UT is now in
English every Wednesday
with "Today's News Flash" and "Today's News on North Korea Issues" and at 1324 the segment "Message
from the Japanese government," mentioning both “Nippon no Kaze” and "Furusato no Kaze"; fair and both unjammed on the first day
on these new frequencies. Ex: 5935 // 6040, both still being jammed by N. Korea.

Full schedule via Hiroshi (Japan):

JSR Shiokaze, June 30, 2021

1300-1400    5965 // 7295
1405-1435    5920 // 6070
1600-1700    5920 // 6165

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Re: Shiokaze/Sea Breeze
« Reply #1 on: July 07, 2021, 1340 UTC »
06 Jul 2021, Wednesday English service

1333 Sounds like 5965 and 7295 both being jammed by high pitched, whrrring sound.  Picked up some background music and a couple of English words but jamming is very effective.

1424 5920/6070 Faint reception on both frequencies but no jamming. 5920 a little better, however YL speaking sounds like doing so in Asian language.
« Last Edit: July 07, 2021, 2158 UTC by Ct Yankee »
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