segunda-feira, 11 de março de 2013

Broadcast group condemns China over radio jamming

Broadcast group condemns China over radio jamming
The Australia Network reports that an international broadcast
association has condemned the deliberate jamming of shortwave
broadcasts, including those from the ABC's Radio Australia service,
into Asia.
The Association for International Broadcasting (AIB) says
English-language broadcasts from Radio Australia, the BBC World
Service and the Voice of America are being jammed.
Chief Executive Simon Spanswick has told Radio Australia’s Connect
Asia program research has indicated the jamming signals appear to be
coming from within China.
"It appears to be quite wide," he said.
"We've been talking to some monitors who keep ears on the shortwave
bands around Asia and they say that it's certainly audible well
outside China.
"So, one imagines, even with the geographic scale of China itself,
that this is right across the region."
Read the Australia Network article (which includes an audio clip of
the jamming) at
 http://www.abc.net.au/news/2013-03-08/an-broadcast-group-condemns-china-over-radio-jamming/4560514
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Date: Sun, 10 Mar 2013 21:19:21 +0000
From: João Costa > CT1FBF <ct1fbf@gmail.com>
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