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1435 UNID signal on 3480 Khz, very weak, using ECSSB recovery, not much more than a carrier hetrodyne and weakly-heard audio. Language sounds Asian but far too weak to guess which one.

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Ross Archer wrote:

1435 UNID signal on 3480 Khz, very weak, using ECSSB recovery, not much more than a carrier hetrodyne and weakly-heard audio. Language sounds Asian but far too weak to guess which one.


There is probably only one choice, and that would be a clandestine, Voice of the People in Korean.

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On Sunday, December 7, 2014 6:53:16 AM UTC-8, dxAce wrote:
Ross Archer wrote:

1435 UNID signal on 3480 Khz, very weak, using ECSSB recovery, not much more than a carrier hetrodyne and weakly-heard audio. Language sounds Asian but far too weak to guess which one.


There is probably only one choice, and that would be a clandestine, Voice of the People in Korean.


There's something extra-cool about picking up one of the anti-DPRK stations aimed over the border. A little more exciting that catching Radio Marti here.

Caught Pirate "Old Time Radio" (presumed) OTR on 6770 Khz AM at 0150 playing a Jack Benny Show. Not sure if it was a new episode or a rerun.
That was a joke in case anyone was wondering. Pretty sure NBC doesn't fund radio dramas anymore.

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On Sunday, December 7, 2014 6:53:16 AM UTC-8, dxAce wrote:
Ross Archer wrote:

1435 UNID signal on 3480 Khz, very weak, using ECSSB recovery, not much more than a carrier hetrodyne and weakly-heard audio. Language sounds Asian but far too weak to guess which one.


There is probably only one choice, and that would be a clandestine, Voice of the People in Korean.


Thanks. I thought that might be it, but it was just strong enough to be sure it wasn't a spurious signal and not nearly strong enough to tell much else.

It's unusual for me to pick up much that far down indoors. Radio Nikkei (ne Radio Tanpa/Tampa?) on 3925 Khz was one of the few regular signals I can get indoors on 80/90 meters. I miss my high-altitude location with a T2FD from the late 90's. Townhomes suck. :P





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