1575 kHz, Voice of America, Ayutthaya, central khmer program, 1415 UT, 22.11.2014
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Broadcasting from Thimphu, Bhutan. Recorded 01.11.2014, 01.10 UT, 6034,96 kHz, G33DDC Winradio Excalibur PRO/CSO, 78mt. Hari Windom.
Beverage antenna again 250 meter long, at 310 ° direction towards Great Britain, Ireland, Greenland, Canada, USA. Transformer / Resistor now from Hari Antenna.