On the 28th December 2021, I tuned in to the Voice of the People broadcasting in the Korean language on 4450 kHz. Unfortunately, just after tuning in, a jamming signal (siren) started up on the frequency. It was so loud it totally blocked out the signal from the Voice of the People.
So I then moved to 3480 kHz where the Voice of the People was broadcasting and I noted that there was only minor interference – a siren type noise on the frequency. Unfortunately, loud static crashes on the band from local storms in Australia, made listening quite difficult.
Below is a video showing my reception of the Voice of the People on both of the frequencies.
- Short Wave Info, 2021, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 28th December 2021.
Thanks to this post, I know what I’m listening to on 3480 on the 21st at almost 13:00pm UT / 6am Mountain Time here in Arizona. Making it over decent on KJ7CAT’s KiwiSDR a few dozen km SW of me using a Bonino Mega Loop (I think).
Meanwhile, CRI is booming in everywhere as usual and RNZI is surprisingly not.