I encourage Gary to have a look at my crystal clear audio and video of HLAZ
- I made numerous passes and each time and heard nothing unusual -

You must have a pipe line to North Korea - my 657 was buried in muck the
entire time - and I was not there but up-band for that generous and giving
sun rise book that, I swear,
warmed up the shack!


On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 9:16 AM, <d1028g...@comcast.net> wrote:

> Asian propagation favored several less common Asians this morning, with
> another generous sunrise enhancement bringing audio from 603-HLSA (fair),
> 657-Pyongyang (disturbingly strong), 738-BEL2 (fair), 1017 (poor to fair),
> 1035 (poor) and 1044-CRI (poor to fair). Like yesterday the high band
> Asians dropped off significantly after 1300, but the 1566 pulse-type jammer
> was still on HLAZ's signal, occasionally at stronger levels than the
> Japanese Christian service.
> Regarding the 1566 pulse-type jammer, it was strongest around 1255 here
> (although my MP3 recorder's batteries chose to go out right then). The
> jammer has a pulsing tone of approximately 700 Hz every two seconds, and I
> was able to confirm that its signal drops off completely on 1565 or 1567
> (i.e., it isn't splatter or electrical noise). In addition, its propagation
> follows TP-DX fading patterns, and it fades in and out at slightly
> different times than HLAZ (although it generally follows HLAZ's trend, as
> far as major changes). Probably the most important factor that I've noticed
> is that it never shows up unless there is at least a moderate carrier from
> 1593-CNR1 in east China, so if you don't have the 1593 carrier at all, you
> probably won't have the 1566 jammer at all (even if you have a good signal
> from HLAZ).
> Probably the highlight of this morning's session (if you can call it that)
> was a hair-raising ID from 657-Pyongyang after the strong 3 + 1 pips at
> 1330 (since North Korean time starts on the half hour, this is their
> "TOH."). The tirade lady's hyperactive shouting was one for the record
> books. Sunrise enhancement also brought up 738-BEL2 and the Chinese
> mid-band stations on 1017, 1035 and 1044, although none of these could
> match 657-Pyongyang's irritating signal. The Japanese and Korean big guns
> on 594, 693, 747, 828 and 972 weren't as strong as usual this morning, with
> the exception of the 1053-Jammer, which had an apparent Chinese co-channel
> under it whenever it wasn't at an overpowering level.(as it was most of the
> time, during sunrise enhancement). Overall the session was pretty
> interesting, with 657-Pyongyang's signal the strongest that it's managed
> here for several years.
> 657 Pyongyang BS Pyongyang, N.Korea Strong 3 + 1 pips and hair-raising ID
> by the Korean tirade woman at 1330-- the wackiest TOH ID I've ever heard
> https://app.box.com/s/rbhzlzbhgwooghga4w7yzhhktuszj4jn
> 738 BEL2 Penghu, Taiwan Chinese pop music with the usual female announcer
> at fair level at 1324
> https://app.box.com/s/ig6zm35tf0oomt27mxo26ajbkospmofl

Colin Newell - Editor and creator *of *Coffeecrew.com
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