[A-DX] Fw: FEBC-Jeju is issuing the won QSL card

Wolfgang Bueschel
Mi Mär 4 14:28:22 CET 2020

hat mir heute Akahito in Tokyo mitgeteilt.

1562 / 1566 kHz stand für mich immer für die Beromünster / Sarnen
Steilstrahlungs Aussendungen, lang ist es her.

Die DDR baute in Burg die Schweizer Horizontalabstrahlung
Konstruktion für die 1575 kHz Frequenz später nach.

Etwas anders sah die Mainflingen 1538 kHz Konstruktion aus,
die nur nachts Richtung Ost- und Südost-Europa in Richtwirkung
genutzt wurde.

73 wb

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Takahito Akabayashi" >
To: "Wolfgang Bueschel" <>
Sent: Wednesday, March 04, 2020 1:18 PM

Subject: FEBC-Jeju is issuing the won QSL card

FEBC-Jeju is issuing the own QSL card for 1566 kHz (HLAZ 250 kW) 
Reception report in English accepted. Return postage fee (1000won or
US$1) is hopeful. Self-entering QSL card in English, showing their new
(dedicated in 2017) and old building in Jeju city, is sent after about
1 month.

The mailing address:

67, Gamundongsang 4-gil,
Aewol-eup, Jeju-si,
Jeju-do, 63050
Korea Republic of

Telephone: +82 64 713 8100
FAX:       +82 64 713 1805

URL: http://jeju.febc.net

AM Jeju 1566 kHz 250 kW for domestic / overseas
(to China, Russia. Japan, North Korea)

FM Jeju 104.7 MHz 1 kW Seogwipo 101.1 MHz 90 W for domestic

Note: FEBC-Jeju is now a branch station of FEBC-Korea, but its origin is
different from other branch stations. In 1961 FEBC-Okinawa (existed in
1958-1984, reorganized to “FM Okinawa” since 1984) began high powered
MW transmission (KSBU 100 kW) to China.

When US occupation of Okinawa was ceased in 1972, FEBC decided to move the
high powered transmission site, and set up the new station “Asia
Broadcasting Company” at Jeju Island, Korea. Asia Broadcasting Company began
FEBC’s MW transmission to overseas in 1973 on 1570 kHz with the call sign
HLDA. In 1980 the call sign was changed to HLAZ. In 2001 Asia broadcasting
Company was merged to FEBC-Korea, and has been a branch station since then.

Takahito Akabayshi
Tokyo, Japan