(Source: Radio World via Michael Bird)
North Korea has returned to digital radio broadcasting after an absence of nearly two years.
The latest Digital Radio Mondiale (DRM) shortwave transmissions began mid August. The country has had periodic DRM broadcasts for many years.
It appears unclear at this time however whether the current series of transmissions will soon end or be the start of a regular service.
Thus far, all of the latest test transmissions have taken place on 3560 kHz, which is actually allocated for amateur radio use.
According to radio enthusiasts in the region, the signal has been clear and very audible.[…]
I’m actually surprised that according to the article it’s actual transmissions.