Voice of Turkey – 9875 kHz

At about 2040 UTC on 3rd June 2022, I tuned in to the Voice of Turkey broadcasting in the English language on 9875 kHz.

The broadcast was coming from the Emirler 500kW transmitter in Turkey.

The overall reception of the Voice of Turkey was good. There was some interference from the Voice of Korea broadcasting in the Korean language on the same frequency. By 2049 UTC the Voice of Korea had ceased broadcasting. At 2100 UTC the Voice of Korea commenced again in the Chinese language.

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Below is a short video showing my reception of the Voice of Turkey.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 3rd June 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 3rd June 2022.

China National Radio CNR6 – 6165 kHz

At about 1136 UTC on 2nd June 2022, I tuned in to the China National Radio CNR6 broadcasting in the Chinese language on 6165 kHz.

The broadcast was coming from the Beijing 100kW transmitter in China.

The overall reception of the CNR6 was fair – good. There was some interference from the Pyongyang Broadcasting Station, North Korea, broadcasting on 6160 kHz

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Below is a short video showing my reception of the CNR6.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 2nd June 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 2nd June 2022.

China National Radio – CNR8 – 5975 kHz

At about 1134 UTC on 1st June 2022, I tuned in to the China National Radio CNR8 broadcasting in the Korean language on 5975 kHz.

The broadcast was coming from the Beijing 100kW transmitter in China.

The overall reception of the CNR8 was fair – good.

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Below is a short video showing my reception of the CNR8.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 1st June 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 1st June 2022.

Voice of Korea – 15180 kHz

At about 1228 UTC on 31st May 2022, I tuned in to the Voice of Korea broadcasting in the Korean language on 15180 kHz.

The broadcast was coming from the Kujang 200kW transmitter in North Korea.

The overall reception of the Voice of Korea was good.

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Below is a short video showing my reception of the Voice of Korea.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 31st May 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 31st May 2022.

Sound of Hope – 14980 kHz

At about 1215 UTC on 31st May 2022, I tuned in to the Sound of Hope broadcasting in the Chinese/Cantonese language on 14980 kHz.

The overall reception of the Sound of Hope was fair.

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Below is a short video showing my reception of Sound of Hope.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 31st May 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 31st May 2022.

Shiokaze (Sea Breeze) – 5935 kHz

At about 1313 UTC on 20th May 2022, I tuned in to Shiokaze (Sea-breeze) broadcasting in the Japanese language on 5935 kHz.

On shortwave since 30th October 2005, JSR Shiokaze is produced by the private ‘Investigation Commission on Missing Japanese Probably related to North Korea’ (COMJAN). It is aimed at reaching Japanese citizens believed to have been abducted to North Korea between 1977 and 1983.

The broadcast was coming from the Ibaragi-Koga-Yamata 300kW transmitter in Japan.

The overall reception of Shiokaze (Sea Breeze) was good.

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Below is a short video showing my reception of Shiokaze (Sea Breeze).

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 20th May 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 20th May 2022.
  3. Japan Forward, 2022, <https://japan-forward.com/seeking-a-resolution-through-information-influx-into-north-korea-the-battle-of-the-shiokaze-radio-broadcasts/>, viewed 20th May 2022.
  4. World Radio TV Handbook, 2022.

Radio New Zealand – 9700 kHz

At about 1237 UTC on 20th May 2022, I tuned in to Radio New Zealand broadcasting in the Pidgin language on 9700 kHz.

The target area was the North West Pacific and Papua New Guinea.

The overall reception of Radio New was excellent.

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Below is a short video showing my reception of Radio New Zealand.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 20th May 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 20th May 2022.

China Radio International – 9600 kHz

At about 1203 UTC on 20th May 2022, I tuned in to China Radio International broadcasting in the English language on 9600 kHz.

The broadcast was coming from the Kunming-Anning 150kW transmitter in China.

The broadcast consisted of the news and a current affairs program ‘The Heat’ with a discussion on the Iran Nuclear deal talks.

The overall reception of China Radio International was excellent.

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Below is a short video showing my reception of China Radio International.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 20th May 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 20th May 2022.

Deutsche Welle – 15230 kHz

At about 1405 UTC on 14th May 2022, I tuned in to Deutsche Welle broadcasting in the Dari language on 15245 kHz.

The broadcast was coming from the Nauen 250kW transmitter in Germany.

The overall reception of Deutsche Welle was good.

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Below is a short video showing my reception of Deutsche Welle.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 14th May 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 14th May 2022.

Voice of Korea – 15245 kHz

At about 1337 UTC on 14th May 2022, I tuned in to the Voice of Korea broadcasting in the English language on 15245 kHz.

The broadcast was coming from the Kujan 200kW transmitter.

The program consisted of music – singing.

The overall reception of the Voice of Korea was fair-good. By 1353 UTC the signal had faded dramatically.

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Below is a short video showing my reception of the Voice of Korea.

References.

  1. Short Wave Info, 2022, <https://www.short-wave.info/>, viewed 14th May 2022.
  2. Short Wave Schedule, 2022, <https://shortwaveschedule.com/>, viewed 14th May 2022.