|Known counterpart stations|
The language was Spanish. Last heard in August 1988.
|An 701||KLJJA KHIWE JBXTV...||Stop, Stop||An 701||KLJJA KHIWE JBXTV...||Stop, Schlosst||4-note tune|
|Traffic identifier||5-letter single groups||Traffic identifier||5-letter single groups|
|Repeated thrice||Repeated once|
The station used a different phonetic alphabet. Each word except Kilo is a Christian name from Central Europe countries.Note that there are two variations of the letter P and no letter Z after all: Anna, Berta, Carlo, Danielle, Emelle, Figaro, Gustav, Hipolit, Ida, Jacob, Kilo, Leopold, Marta, Nicola, Olga, Philip, Pietro, Quasi, Rosa, Softi, Tiodo, Ulrike, Victor, Willi, Xavier, Yvonne.
The transmissions took place on full hour or half hour. The only known transmission frequencies were 4069.2 and 4074, both in USB.
Five-digit Spanish traffic has been associated with this station, which was presented in a two-group iddler format (V10a).
Information extracted from Langley Pierce's book Intercepting Numbers Stations.