Another unusual morning, with many hints on China, but only a few definite 
ones; Japan was hit and miss, a few Aussies, couple of New Zealanders.  Pretty 
much done by 1330UT again 




pretty darn good audio (all of it understandable by a native speaker, at least 
briefly):


774 JOUB woman in Japanese 1255UT

972 HLCA woman in Korean after pop vocal 1337UT, but had been pretty strong 
several times in previous half hour

1566 HLAZ man and woman in Japanese 1319UT




Reasonable audio  at  times during the period (much of it understandable by a 
native speaker, though often battling w/splash or noise):


1575 VoA assumed with man in SE Asian language 1357UT, gone by the hour of 
course




not so reasonable audio, occasional words or phrases in splash or noise could 
be understood by a native speaker:


576 man in DU English, assumed 2RN 1316UT

612 4QR man in DU English mentioning ABC 1321UT

702 2BL end of weather by man, and "ABC news" 1304UT //612

747 JOIB woman in Japanese //774 1255UT

828 JOBB woman talking //774 1301UT

945 CNR1 likely, woman and man in Chinese 1313UT; had heard a pair of offset 
Chinese pips at 1300UT

1206 Yanbian, woman in Korean 1311UT

1323 CRI man in Russian, 1306UT; also noted //963 at 1323UT







Burbles in the splatter and noise (if lucky, language might be guessed at by 
cadence of talk, or parallel established by changes in talk or music)

567 man talking  DU English intonation 1316UT, sounded parallel to scraps of 
talk on 675, so R. NZ National likely

567 JOIK,seconds later 1316UT, man talking //594

594    woman  talking DU English intonation 1324UT; 3WV likely

594 JOAK man talking Japanese intonation 1258UT, never amounted to much, but 
ID'd through 567 parallel

693 JOAB woman talking //774 1257UT

819 female operatic singing 1310UT, presumed N. Korea

873 JOGB woman talking //747 1255UT

891 woman talking DU English 1324UT

918 man talking, Chinese intonation 1325UT

963 CRI, man talking, then music //1323 1323UT

1215 CNR 'X'  man talking, Chinese intonation 1256UT; pips at 1300UT, cadence 
of Beijing time check by woman, and a bit of slow anthemic sort of music, which 
was not //945.  A number of different CNR choices on this channel








Strongish het, no or "near imaginary" audio (either undermodulated or ravaged 
by splatter)

 603 855 864 936 981 1026 1035 1053 1098  1134 1143  1179 1188 1242 1251  1269  
1287 1314  1359 1386  1422 1593  seemed to be Asian;
 531 675 756 846 882 1116  1548 seemed to be DU 



best wishes,

Nick








Nick Hall-Patch
Victoria, BC
Canada  

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