Radio Free Asia started transmissions on 1350 kHz

March 13, 2008 at 3:37 pm 1 comment

Mr. Ohtake of JSWC obtained the following information from RFA directly. RFA began its Korean service on MW for the first time on March 2nd, on the frequency of 1350 kHz. Schedule: 1500-1900, 2100-2200 UTC.

(Shinya Hasegawa vai WWDXC)

The transmission site is belived to be in Mongolia or, more likely,  in Vladivostok /Tavrichanka (Russia). /finndxer)

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  • 1. Sei-ichi Hasegawa  |  March 14, 2008 at 6:06 pm

    Monitored on 1350kHz.
    The current carrying at
    1000 (approx) f/in-1200 MR1 Mongolian
    1200-1300 VOA Korean
    1300-1500 MR1 Mongolian
    1500-1900 RFA Korean
    1900-2100 Open Carrier
    2100-2200 RFA Korean
    The transmission site is east Mongolia, may be Choibalsan.

    de NDXC-HQ

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