The Goose

Enigma ID n/a

Name The Goose
Frequencies 3012 (nighttime), 4310 (daytime)
Status Active
Emission mode USB
Location Russia


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Known counterpart stations

This Russian military commandment network began operation on April 11, 2017. Its specific channel marker sound is evocative of a goose. It occasionally sends "Monolith" type messages addressed to Ohvat-98. (Russian: Охват-98) It relays "Monolith" type messages sent for Katok-65, which would indicate that it is also part of the Western Military District.

On April 14, 2018, the daytime transmissions moved from their original 6360 kHz frequency, to 3750 kHz - significantly lower: this brought it down quite close to the 3012 kHz nighttime frequency, which remained unchanged meanwhile. On June 17th, 2018, it was noticed that the daytime transmissions had moved again, to 4310 kHz - back to a somewhat higher frequency, while the nighttime frequency still remained unchanged.

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