Korean Central Broadcasting Station – 3250 kHz

My last station logged on Wednesday 20th October 2021 was the Korean Central Broadcasting Station on 3250 kHz, broadcasting from Pyongyang in NORTH KOREA. They were broadcasting in the Korean language.

Above:- Map showing the location of North Korea. Map c/o Google maps

More information on the Korean Central Broadcasting Station can be found on their website at…..

http://www.gnu.rep.kp/

GNU stands for ‘Grand National Unity’.

It was not a good night for listening on the ‘tropical’ bands as the static crashes were terrible.

Above:- Map of Australia showing the lightning crashes. Image c/o lightningmaps.org

The overall reception was fair. This was mostly due to the loud static crashes.

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Below is a short video of my reception of the Korean Central Broadcasting Station on 3250 Khz.

References.

  1. World Radio TV Handbook, 2021.
  2. <https://news.ycombinator.com/item?id=12538148>, viewed 28th October 2021

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