Originally posted by zanysami
This youtuber has several (albeit poorly-done) recordings of what purports to be a shortwave radio capture of VoK, in which he correctly identifies
one of the messages as a digital data burst. He seems to be confused as to the origin though.
That signal is Cuban HM01. You can hear the Spanish Female voice from around the 0:27 mark before it goes back into the data signal. It is simply a
case of the HM01 station transmitting adjacent to the Voice of Korea radio station. It happens all over High Frequency with adjacent signals bleeding
over each other.
Recording of the HM01 from Puerto Rico. Note the Spanish Female voice.
The following is the proof that in some cases the Voice of Korea and the Cuban station HM01 transmit on the same frequency. One shared frequency is
11635 Kilohertz. The stations are completely unrelated to each other but simply due to certain propagation conditions are audible. That is why 'Tim
in the Midwest' and other radio enthusiasts can pick up the two stations.
'HMO1 Cuba Spy Numbers 11635 khz am @0520utc'
'Voice of Korea (North) on 11635 KHz'
The new VOK frequencies have also clashed with other radio stations that transmit at the same time.
At the end of this VOK transmission the new frequencies are read out. This includes 11635 Kilohertz.
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