Re: Asian Mainland TP-DX... Best of Season


Gary DeBock
 

Hi Dave,
 
<<<   Bit of a late post, but thanks for putting these up. The Korean Jammer is particularly interesting. Any clues on which side is jamming which?   >>>
 
Thanks for your comment on the recordings. The consensus among the west coast TP-chasing group is that the 1053 kHz Korean jammer is located somewhere in South Korea, which is kind of a puzzle since numerous other North Korean MW stations (on 657 kHz and 819 kHz, for example) don't seem to be jammed, and seem to have stronger signals than the North Korean station on 1053 kHz. 
 
Typical North Korean "programming" is so awful that South Korea is probably wasting its $$ to jam the frequency, anyway. The going joke on the west coast is that the 1053-Jammer and North Korean programming are equally interesting. 
 
73, Gary DeBock (in Puyallup, WA, USA)
 
 
 
 

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Subject: [ultralightdx] RE: Asian Mainland TP-DX... Best of Season

 
Hi Gary,

Bit of a late post, but thanks for putting these up. The Korean Jammer is particularly interesting. Any clues on which side is jamming which?

r

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