Enigma ID E11

Spectrum image e11a_spectr

Name Oblique
Status Active
Voice Female, with Polish accent
Emission mode USB
Location Warsaw, Poland

Polish (icon)

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Known counterpart stations G11, S11, S11a, M03, F03, F11, P03

E11 is the English language flavor of the Polish 11 operator. It is one of the two operational analog flavors of this operator, alongside the less common S11a.

Null format:

287 Oblique 00 Out
3-digit ID "/" Group count  
Repeated for 3 minutes 10 seconds  

Traffic format:

Intro Message Outro
333 Oblique 36 Attention 37712 37712 ... 94435 94435 Attention 37712 30279 ... 67025 94435 Out
3-digit ID "/" Group count   5-digit paired groups,
pause every 10 pairs 
  5-digit single groups,
pause every 10 groups 
Repeated for 3 minutes 10 seconds          


All E11 schedules are weekly, follow year-round UTC (no DST adjustments), and use one of up to three different frequencies depending on the month - one from November to February, another from May to August, and yet another one for the remaining months. The first two digits of the ID are fixed and depend on a particular schedule; the third digit is variable in both null and traffic messages.

For most of the time, only null messages are sent. However, a message is always sent at least once every month, on a seemingly random week. There are two types of schedules, divided by group count ranges: one with messages always between 30 and 40 groups inclusive; or the other, newer, and less common type, between 20 and 40 groups. On rare occasions, extra messages may be delivered that exceed those ranges. The messages are always repeated later in the same week.

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