|Emission mode||USB, AM|
|Known counterpart stations||G07, S07, V07, M12, XP, XPH, XPA, XPA2|
E07 is the English language flavor of the Russian 7 operator.
|3-digit schedule ID|
|Repeated for 2 minutes|
Traffic format, single message:
|845||845||845||1||728||26||75161 11770 ... 55934 25313||000 000|
|3-digit schedule ID||Message count||3- or 4-digit group||Group count||5-digit single groups|
|Repeated for 2 minutes||Repeated twice|
Traffic format, two messages:
|124||124||124||2||4582||132||67540 37492 ... 19241 81259||124||124||124||2||8248||112||94213 70216 ... 03679 52901||000 000|
|3-digit schedule ID||Message count||3- or 4-digit group||Group count||5-digit single groups||3-digit schedule ID||Message count||3- or 4-digit group||Group count||5-digit single groups|
|Repeated for 2 minutes||Repeated twice||Repeated for 1 minute||Repeated twice|
There also is a minor variant E07a.
Each E07 schedule consists of three broadcasts, spaced 20 minutes apart. The third transmission doesn't take place in case of a null message. The hundreds digits of each frequency of the schedule, when concatenated, give the schedule ID. Each schedule is weekly, and normally has a repeat transmission later in the week. The frequencies change monthly.
The frequencies 10250 & 10256 kHz are used for presumed exercise transmissions of E07, M12, XPA2 and XPA. Those don't follow the scheduling rules described above. Broadcasts are made on either of those frequencies, and repeated 10 minutes later on the other frequency. There always is at least one simulated transmission failure in each broadcast.
E07 may use the voice of E06 in those exercise broadcasts, like it did in the past until early 2001.