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Saturday, December 24, 2011
Radio Free Asia (via Mongolia and Tajikistan)
RFA via UlaanBaator
Radio Free Asia, transmitting from Ulaanbaator, Mongolia (7.470 kHz) and Dushanbe-Yangiyul, Tajikistan (9.350 kHz) was received on 24 December 2011. Broadcast in Tibetan was observed from 11.00 to 12.00 UTC. 0n 7.470 kHz: reception (SINPO) was 41431 -- good signal strength until Chinese station deliberately drowned out signal, slight fading and some atmospheric noise, otherwise broadcast could be faintly heard under Chinese broadcast. 0n 9.350 kHz: reception (SINPO) was 45434 -- good signal strength, no interference, slight fading and some atmospheric noise, otherwise clear and audible speech.
RFA via Dushanbe
Reception report was emailed to RFA. Both QSL cards arrived in the mail on 6 January 2012.