Asiatic UNid 891

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Patrick73
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Asiatic UNid 891

Post by Patrick73 » 30 Sep 2018 09:51

Hello !

This one was heard last year, October 29th, 1658z, on 891 kHz (nothing left at TOH, as usual ...)
I first thought of Ningxia RGD but not sure.

https://vocaroo.com/i/s0xHHLuCuhVr

Thanks.
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Re: Asiatic UNid 891

Post by Brookman Spark » 30 Sep 2018 13:57

Hi Patrick,

It's frustrating not being able to check Chinese stations' live feeds these days even for a listen to the style of delivery at a given time of day matching an old recording.

I've refound Ningxia 891's webpage but the Flash player on the right hand side below the 0951 text doesn''t work for me. I suppose geoblocked.

http://www.nxtv.com.cn/fm/1061/

For your one though, any reason to think it's not Ningxia?

Edit: at 19sec do we hear "Ningxia"?

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Re: Asiatic UNid 891

Post by John Faulkner, Skegness » 30 Sep 2018 16:05

This was my Ningxia RGD from 2016, confirmed in RealDX.

https://youtu.be/IV16Yr2mDRY

No time pips on the hour too.

Ningxia RGD is the most commonly received Chinese station on 891 in Europe. At 200 kW, the Yinchuan transmitter is the most likely one to get through anyway on that frequency. All other Chinese stations on 891 are listed with 10 kW. I don't see any other Chinese service logged on 891, but my notes are not complete. Ningxia is definitely the likely contender.

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Re: Asiatic UNid 891

Post by Patrick73 » 30 Sep 2018 17:06

What a nice reception you had John ! My location is quite noisy and having the loop pointed in a single fixed direction does not help (to cancel local RFI at best).

Brookman Spark : maybe I hear something like 'Ningxia' at 21", just after the fading but I not familiar at all with chinese.
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