Monday, August 27, 2012

Thazin Radio - Pyin Lwin (via Naypyidaw)

Thazin Radio - Pyin Lwin, transmitting from  Naypyidaw, Myanmar, was logged on 27 August 2012. An English language broadcast on the "Festivals of Myanmar"  featuring the Elephant Dance and Western pop tunes from the 70s and 80s were observed from 14.40 to 15.01 UTC (broadcast time 14.30 to 15.01 UTC). A female announcer moderated the programmes and closed this English language broadcast. Transmission was on the frequency of  7.110 kHz. Reception (SINPO) was 54555 --strong signal strength with minor interference from amateur radio operators. Thazin Radio has been using this frequency for several months, but this was the first time I caught their English language broadcast.

RECORDED AT 15.00 UTC ON 21 AUGUST 2012
USING A GRUNDIG YACHT BOY 500
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Reception Report was submitted to Thazin Radio on the following day. Hopefully they will QSL in the coming weeks. I received this indirect verification by email on 20 September 2012: Firstly, thank you for listening our thazin radio program. So, Thazin Radio family are very happy.We are just new station. We are trying to get better perfromance. If you have any suggestion stay in touch with us.Be happy, Thazin Radio family."









1 comment:

  1. Hello, T.L. Breyel at,
    I am Brazilian Amateur Radio since the year 1980,
    and tell you that the frequency spectrum between 7.000 to 7.300 Mhz,
    both in Brazil with almost every country in the world, is assigned
    by the competent organs: IARU, ITU, MINICOM, Etc, Etc, Etc...
    to Amateur Radio, and tell you more, those who are broadcasting this
    following is the frequency that is outside the norms of the world
    telecommunications.

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