CNR 1, transmitting presumably from Kunming, Yunnan Province, PRC, was logged on 12 April 2013. In an effort to locate the new CRI medium-wave station "Voice of South China Sea", I discovered from 14.00 to 15.00 UTC a Mandarin language broadcast of talk and contempory Chinese pop tunes on 1008 kHz. Reception at 14.00 UTC was (SINPO) 34333 - fair signal coupled with atmospheric QRN. An Indonesian station (perhaps RRI Madiun in East Java) was heard underneath every 5 to 10 minutes when signal faded out. Reception improved to 44434 around 14.45 UTC onward.
A music selection from this CRN 1 broadcast may be heard HERE
Reception report was emailed to CNR on the following day. A report may be posted in subsequent days, owning that a short-wave listener recently received a QSL card from CNR by mail. A reception report was also emailed to CRI on 15 April 2013. The following day, CRI promised to send a QSL card. The QSL from CRI arrived in the mail on 16 May 2013.
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