General information

Russian Ground Forces (Сухопутные войска)

Analog voice networks:

Most of the above stations use channel markers, which are broadcast 24/7 to keep the respective frequencies clear while not sending traffic. They are generated by simple analog circuits, rather than digital sample-based playback, and are known to occasionally fail with a characteristic "dying" sound.

It should be noted that whilst we at Priyom do our utmost to monitor and log HF transmissions, not every page will be 100% up to date at any given time. A lack of transmission logs does not necessarily equate to no activity from a particular frequency or station.

Analog voice networks:

  • Naval Aviation

Morse code networks:

  • Propagation markers
  • RDL: one-way strategic messages
  • Ship-to-shore communications
  • Air-to-ground communications

Digital modems:

Russian Air Force (Военно-воздушные cилы)

Analog voice networks:

  • Air-to-ground communications

Morse code networks:

  • REA4: one-way strategic messages and weather bulletins
  • M21: a plotting station sending aircraft coordinates with a time string
  • Tu-95 strategic bomber communication network, including single-letter beacons
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