- All voice frequencies mentioned on this page are on the upper sideband.
- The aircraft callsigns are made of 5 digits.
- The primary/secondary/daytime/nighttime designations reflect the usage by aircraft; the ground stations usually transmit on all frequencies simultaneously.
Military Transport Aviation
The Military Transport Aviation uses the following frequencies for clear voice traffic:
The main ground stations heard on this network are as follows:
- "Davlenie" - 708th Military Transport Aviation Regiment, Taganrog
- "Kasta" - 224th Military Transport Aviation Detachment, Tver
- "Klarnetist" - 196th Military Transport Aviation Regiment, Tver
- "Korsar" - Military Transport Aviation HQ, Moscow
- "Magnetron" - 566th Military Transport Aviation Regiment, Seshcha
- "Polis" - 117th Military Transport Aviation Regiment, Orenburg
- "Proselok" - 334th Military Transport Aviation Regiment, Pskov
The Long-Range Aviation uses different frequencies and callsigns depending on the season. During activity on this network, a single letter ("W" for Europe, or "G" for the Pacific) is repeatedly sent on the Morse ground frequency at H+00, H+20, H+40 for 2 minutes each.
REA4 is a Morse code broadcast network of the Long-Range Aviation that sends weather bulletins and "Monolith" messages.