jammers in the 49 metre band?

jammers in the 49 metre band?

Post by JM Dumon » Mon, 10 Apr 2006 16:36:38

I live in Europe and I can receive very strong Soviet style jammers
around 6100 Khz in the afternoons. I thought this type of jammers had
disappeared in Russia jamming again? Have you heard these jammers in
North America?
All the best from the sunny Pyrenees in SouthWest France.
Jean-Marc
 
 
 

jammers in the 49 metre band?

Post by running dog » Tue, 11 Apr 2006 05:08:54



> I live in Europe and I can receive very strong Soviet style jammers
> around 6100 Khz in the afternoons. I thought this type of jammers had
> disappeared in Russia jamming again? Have you heard these jammers in
> North America?
> All the best from the sunny Pyrenees in SouthWest France.
> Jean-Marc

The only place that still uses Soviet jammers is Cuba. Have you heard
any Spanish on this frequency? It might be a Radio Marti or Radio
Republica frequency (or former freq, as it takes the Cubans a while to
realize that the station they're jamming is no longer there). I bet
dxAce would know, ask him.
 
 
 

jammers in the 49 metre band?

Post by dxAc » Tue, 11 Apr 2006 05:15:18



> > I live in Europe and I can receive very strong Soviet style jammers
> > around 6100 Khz in the afternoons. I thought this type of jammers had
> > disappeared in Russia jamming again? Have you heard these jammers in
> > North America?
> > All the best from the sunny Pyrenees in SouthWest France.
> > Jean-Marc

> The only place that still uses Soviet jammers is Cuba. Have you heard
> any Spanish on this frequency? It might be a Radio Marti or Radio
> Republica frequency (or former freq, as it takes the Cubans a while to
> realize that the station they're jamming is no longer there). I bet
> dxAce would know, ask him.

If he's hearing the jammers on or near 6100 during HIS afternoon and they are
strong then I rather doubt that he's hearing the Cubans doing any jamming.

Propagation, propagation, propagation.

dxAce
Michigan
USA

 
 
 

jammers in the 49 metre band?

Post by weatheral » Tue, 11 Apr 2006 02:03:09

JM Dumont Wrote:

Quote:> I live in Europe and I can receive very strong Soviet style jammers
> around 6100 Khz in the afternoons. I thought this type of jammers had
> disappeared in Russia jamming again? Have you heard these jammers in
> North America? All the best from the sunny Pyrenees in SouthWest
> France.
> Jean-Marc

I'm not usually listening during the European afternoon.  I'm in
California and I tend to listen around 0000-0700 UTC mostly.  What do
the Russian jammers sound like?  The jammers I've heard so far have
been from Cuba to jam Radio Marti and Radio Republica.

--
weatherall

 
 
 

jammers in the 49 metre band?

Post by Telamo » Wed, 12 Apr 2006 06:43:13



Quote:> I live in Europe and I can receive very strong Soviet style jammers
> around 6100 Khz in the afternoons. I thought this type of jammers had
> disappeared in Russia jamming again? Have you heard these jammers in
> North America? All the best from the sunny Pyrenees in SouthWest

In general across the bands the most prevalent jammer heard here is the
Red Chinese music jammer (Chinese opera) followed by bubble jamming
from Cuba on the USA west coast.

--
Telamon
Ventura, California

 
 
 

jammers in the 49 metre band?

Post by running dog » Wed, 12 Apr 2006 10:21:18




> > I live in Europe and I can receive very strong Soviet style jammers
> > around 6100 Khz in the afternoons. I thought this type of jammers had
> > disappeared in Russia jamming again? Have you heard these jammers in
> > North America? All the best from the sunny Pyrenees in SouthWest

> In general across the bands the most prevalent jammer heard here is the
> Red Chinese music jammer (Chinese opera) followed by bubble jamming
> from Cuba on the USA west coast.

He said "Soviet style jammers", and the only place that still uses
Soviet jamming technology is Cuba, AFAIK. Ace didn't think that the
Cuban jammers could be heard in Europe during Euro afternoons (morning
in Cuba) because of the daylight path, but anything's possible. It's
possible that he means the Korean jammers, which would be more likely,
but I assumed that the North Koreans were using Chinese technology.
 
 
 

jammers in the 49 metre band?

Post by Mark Zeni » Thu, 13 Apr 2006 01:25:34






>> > I live in Europe and I can receive very strong Soviet style jammers
>> > around 6100 Khz in the afternoons. I thought this type of jammers had
>> > disappeared in Russia jamming again? Have you heard these jammers in
>> > North America? All the best from the sunny Pyrenees in SouthWest

>> In general across the bands the most prevalent jammer heard here is the
>> Red Chinese music jammer (Chinese opera) followed by bubble jamming
>> from Cuba on the USA west coast.

>He said "Soviet style jammers", and the only place that still uses
>Soviet jamming technology is Cuba, AFAIK. Ace didn't think that the
>Cuban jammers could be heard in Europe during Euro afternoons (morning
>in Cuba) because of the daylight path, but anything's possible. It's
>possible that he means the Korean jammers, which would be more likely,
>but I assumed that the North Koreans were using Chinese technology.

Given the situation there, is Belarus doing anything *** like this?


Googleproofaddress(account:mzenier provider:eskimo domain:com)

 
 
 

jammers in the 49 metre band?

Post by running dog » Sat, 15 Apr 2006 11:40:30







> >> > I live in Europe and I can receive very strong Soviet style jammers
> >> > around 6100 Khz in the afternoons. I thought this type of jammers had
> >> > disappeared in Russia jamming again? Have you heard these jammers in
> >> > North America? All the best from the sunny Pyrenees in SouthWest

> >> In general across the bands the most prevalent jammer heard here is the
> >> Red Chinese music jammer (Chinese opera) followed by bubble jamming
> >> from Cuba on the USA west coast.

> >He said "Soviet style jammers", and the only place that still uses
> >Soviet jamming technology is Cuba, AFAIK. Ace didn't think that the
> >Cuban jammers could be heard in Europe during Euro afternoons (morning
> >in Cuba) because of the daylight path, but anything's possible. It's
> >possible that he means the Korean jammers, which would be more likely,
> >but I assumed that the North Koreans were using Chinese technology.

> Given the situation there, is Belarus doing anything *** like this?


> Googleproofaddress(account:mzenier provider:eskimo domain:com)

Since everybody has just been speculating, I took the time to actually
look in Passport. Apparently the BBC has a broadcast out of Oman to "W
Asia" in a language that Passport classifies as "other" that is jammed.
This is on 6090 from 1600 to 2000 UTC. I'm not sure who in West Asia
would be jamming a BBC tx, or who this tx is aimed at. Iran, possibly?
One of the former Soviet republics in that part of the world? Nepal?
Passport breaks out Russian as a separate language, and it's not
Russian.
 
 
 

jammers in the 49 metre band?

Post by juniu » Sat, 15 Apr 2006 13:53:01


> Since everybody has just been speculating, I took the time to actually
> look in Passport. Apparently the BBC has a broadcast out of Oman to "W
> Asia" in a language that Passport classifies as "other" that is jammed.
> This is on 6090 from 1600 to 2000 UTC. I'm not sure who in West Asia
> would be jamming a BBC tx, or who this tx is aimed at. Iran, possibly?
> One of the former Soviet republics in that part of the world? Nepal?
> Passport breaks out Russian as a separate language, and it's not
> Russian.

Your first guess was right.  It's Farsi, according to ILG; so the
transmission would be intended for Iranian audiences.