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Old 04-15-2017, 9:28 AM
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For the past week, Voice of Korea has had a jammer over it on 9435 and 11710kHz. I wonder what country is doing it?
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interesting. china? maybe this is a sanction for threatening to test a nuke. lol
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interesting. china? maybe this is a sanction for threatening to test a nuke. lol
You are probably right. This is something china would most likely do. I'd laugh if it was us though. I'm still wondering when Voice Of Russia might return to the air with their English broadcasts out of their east coast.
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There was a very strong ROK signal in the 39m band last night, but I'm so sick of the marching music I didn't bother logging it!
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There was a very strong ROK signal in the 39m band last night, but I'm so sick of the marching music I didn't bother logging it!
Yeah Martin and those ones with the female operatic singers that sound like evil angels to me are pretty creepy too.
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There was a very strong ROK signal in the 39m band last night, but I'm so sick of the marching music I didn't bother logging it!
Yeah, every song they play sounds like a national anthem. Most of them are in minor keys, and some of them have a distinctly Russian flavor.
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For the past week, Voice of Korea has had a jammer over it on 9435 and 11710kHz. I wonder what country is doing it?
They come in quite strong here on 9435 during our early morning hours (13:00-14:00 UTC). Does the jamming signal sound like the whirring of an electric motor that's somehow off balance? That's what I hear, especially in the pauses, but it fails to block their transmissions, at least in my part of the world.

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