|Voice||Female, automated, with German accent, the last digit in the groups was inflected|
|Known counterpart stations||G16|
Last heard in 1999.
|Alpha Uniform||Random electronic melody||Message for||214||34 group||Attention||214||34 group||722-22 722-22 ...||End|
|Two-letter station ID spelled with NATO phonetic alphabet||3-figure recipient ID||Amount of 5-figure groups in the message||3-figure recipient ID||Amount of 5-figure groups in the message||5-figure paired groups, with a pause after the third digit|
|Repeated 4 times||Repeated twice||Repeated twice|
|Repeated for 5 minutes||Repeated with different data for different messages||For each message|
E16 operated under the following ID's. Note that the station ID "AU" was also shared with G16.
|Station ID||Agent ID's|
|BL||139, 257, 448|
|MD||017, 221, 241, 296, 331, 565, 850|
The first message sending was at the top of the hour, then repeated at the half hour.
E16 was reported with weaker signal than G16, indicating different transmission origin and/or reception area.
ID's from Numbers & Oddities #58