This was 1431-Korean at 1631 UTC this morning, matching the Mongolian relay
693-Bangladesh made another strong appearance with exotic music and foreign
female speech at 1625
918 had female speech in an unknown language at 1647; it doesn't sound like
Shandong's Mandarin to me, but I've been wrong before :-)
1566 had an UnID TP co-channel mixing with 3NE's English and HLAZ's Chinese at
1642. This was probably either India or Norfolk Island, but further review of
the wacky MP3 is needed.
You and Chuck should consider a trip here-- really wild DX even with Ultralight
"Frequent Flyer" gear. The place runs on Kiwi dollars-- a LOT of Kiwi dollars,
> On April 11, 2018 at 1:22 PM Bruce Portzer <bport...@comcast.net> wrote:
> According to info I cobbled together for the PAL, 1431 carries Shiokaze
> in Japanese & Korean 1430-1500, another clandestine in Korean 1500-1530,
> Adventist World Radio in Korean 1530-1630, BBC Korean 1630-1730, all
> with 500kw.
> 1566 sounds like the high powered Indian.
> Good stuff.....
> On 4/11/2018 10:45, Gary DeBock wrote:
> > It was Exotic City on the Aitutaki beach this morning as 693-Bangladesh
> > made a return appearance at an S9 level, along with Cambodian-sounding
> > speech on 918 blasting Shandong around 1640. As if that wasn't enough 1431
> > had an S9 program in Korean at 1430 that could well have been Mongolia (if
> > the Adventist Radio schedule concurs) while 1566 had Hindu-sounding speech
> > dominating over HLAZ's Chinese at 1655.
> > Unfortunately the "Blue Sky" Internet system here in the Cook Islands is
> > outrageously overpriced, squeezing every possible Kiwi dollar out of any
> > tourist desiring to communicate in any way. There is no real competition
> > for them here, and uploading about 4 MP3's will cost you around 20 Kiwi
> > dollars. Somebody in Wellington needs to investigate the racket!
> > 73 and Good DX,
> > Gary DeBock (DXing in Aitutaki, Cook Islands)
> > 7.5" loopstick CC Skywave SSB Ultralight +
> > 5" Frequent Flyer FSL
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