Re: [HCDX] 6570 Myanmar?
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Re: [HCDX] 6570 Myanmar?

Also heard very well on 6570.0 kHz here in Denmark from tune in at 1505 UTC. From 1530 some co-channel interference from Pyongyang very strong on 6575. (Had to use USB because of some Italians on 6570 LSB). Myanmar was still audible around 1615 UTC but gone at retune 1700 UTC, so I guess s/off was at 1630 or just prior to 1700.

But are we sure it's Myanmar and whats the real name of the station. Still "Defence Forces Broadcasting Unit" as per WRTH 2001. Not listed in PWBR 2001 nor in the Klingefuss Frequency Guide 2001.  

Best 73s
Stig Hartvig Nielsen, Denmark    

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "bjorn fransson" <bjornfransson@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <hard-core-dx@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, January 07, 2001 3:19 PM
Subject: [HCDX] 6570 Myanmar?

> Hi,
> What seems to be The Burmese Defence Forces Station was heard with quite 
> good strength on 6570 kHz from 13.55 and still now at 15.15. Very beautiful, 
> oriental music played and a male talked sometimes like religious. 
> Interference from radio amateurs, but otherwise (especially when there was 
> music) the signals were strong. Is there anybody out there who has got a 
> proper address to write to - or has ever got any answer from that station?
> Best wishes and 73 from Björn Fransson, Gotland, Sweden

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