Enigma ID None

Name S5292, Fazan-37
Frequencies 5292
Status Active
Voice Live male and female operators
Emission mode USB
Location St. Petersburg area, Sudak communication hub (not confirmed)


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Known counterpart stations The Buzzer, S6930

S5292 is a Russian Western Military District network with the callsign Fazan-37 (Russian: Фазан-37) that occasionally sends Monolith-type messages. Its channel marker is a 0.8 second distorted dash, followed by 0.635 second pause, repeated over and over.

It is presumably the command network of 6th joined army staff, location is Sudak communication hub, Agalatovo.

The first message on the frequency 5292 kHz was heard on November 12th, 2011. This network had no channel marker until February 11th, 2015. The first channel marker was a long dash followed by two short tones (like the Morse code character "D"), sometimes with yet another short tone appended (Morse code character "B"). This marker has proven itself to be unstable, being sometimes heard with 7 or 8 short tones, and in March 2015 it was replaced by the current fast dashes.

The network is more probably organized using equipment 257Ц2 (комплекс технических средств дистанционного управления связью и обеспечения передачи сигналов централизованного боевого управления  "Монолит-АС" - Monolith-AC system for communications remote control and for transmitting central commandment control signals)

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