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M14

Enigma ID M14

Name
Frequencies
Status Active
Voice N/A
Emission mode ICW (A1A), MCW (H2A)
Location Russia
Activity pages

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Known counterpart stations E06, E17, G06, S06, V06, V23, F06, F01

Run by one of Russian intelligence agencies. Its active counterparts are E06, G06, S06, F06 and F01.

Non-traffic format:

382 382 382 00000
3-digit schedule ID  
Repeated for 4 minutes

Traffic format, single message:

Intro Preamble Message Postamble Outro
381 642 642 108 108 = = 33910 33910 ... 06851 06851 = = 642 642 108 108 00000
3-digit schedule ID 3-digit group,
purpose unknown
Group count   5-digit paired groups   3-digit group,
purpose unknown
Group count  
Repeated for 4 minutes                

Traffic format, two messages: (rarely heard)

Intro Preamble Message Postamble Intro Preamble Message Postamble Outro
258 601 601 38 38 = = 67394 67394 ... 85907 85907 = = 601 601 38 38 258 937 937 12 12 = = 56362 56362 ... 44490 44490 = = 937 937 12 12 00000
3-digit schedule ID 3-digit group,
purpose unknown
Group count   5-digit paired groups   3-digit group,
purpose unknown
Group count 3-digit schedule ID 3-digit group,
purpose unknown
Group count   5-digit paired groups   3-digit group,
purpose unknown
Group count  
Repeated for 4 minutes               Repeated for 1 minute                

Note that the "= =" parts are frequently omitted.

Typical scheduling

M14 schedules are scarce, because most regular traffic from the agency operating it is now digital (F06, F01). However, it is not uncommon to hear unscheduled M14 transmissions, which also adhere to the rules described here.

Typically M14 transmits on the hour or at the half hour, but may also start at other times within an hour. The transmission is often repeated 30 or 60 minutes later, on a frequency that is either higher or lower by 1-3 MHz than the one on which the previous broadcast was made. In case traffic was sent, the two transmissions are often repeated also the next day at the same times and on the same frequencies - but different times may also be used. Some schedules make only one broadcast, and repeat messages the next day at the same time, but on a different frequency.

The Morse speed is highly variable - 15, 20, 25, 30, and 40 WPM have all been used.

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