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S06

Enigma ID S06

Spectrum image e06 spectr

Name Russian Man
Frequencies
Status Active
Voice Male
Emission mode USB + carrier
Location Moscow, Russia; Orenburg, Russia; Chita, Russia
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Known counterpart stations E06, E17, G06, V06, V23, M14, F01, F06

S06 is the Russian language flavor of the Russian 6 operator.

Null format:

621 621 621 00000
3-digit schedule ID  
Repeated for 4 minutes

Traffic format, single message:

Preamble Message Postamble Outro
738 126 47 56472 56472 ... 37078 37078 126 47 00000
3-digit schedule ID 3-digit group Group count 5-digit paired groups 3-digit group Group count  
Repeated for 4 minutes Repeated twice Repeated twice   Repeated twice Repeated twice  

Traffic format, two messages:

Preamble Message Postamble Preamble Message Postamble Outro
352 679 41 59308 59308 ... 91650 91650 679 41 352 804 16 07499 07499 ... 54027 54027 804 16 00000
3-digit schedule ID 3-digit group Group count 5-digit paired groups 3-digit group Group count 3-digit schedule ID 3-digit group Group count 5-digit paired groups 3-digit group Group count  
Repeated for 4 minutes Repeated twice Repeated twice   Repeated twice Repeated twice Repeated for 1 minute Repeated twice Repeated twice   Repeated twice Repeated twice  

S06 broadcasts consist of two transmissions spaced one hour apart. The latter transmission is 1-3 MHz lower or higher in frequency. When traffic is sent, the two transmissions are usually also made the next day, at the same times and frequencies. In case of interference on the planned frequency, S06 may broadcast up to 20 kHz away instead.

Ten minutes before each transmission begins, a pre-transmission test is made. For Moscow-based operations, this consists of a long 1200 Hz tone, followed by the ID of the upcoming transmission spoken once. For Chita-based operations, this consists of "0123456789" spoken repeatedly.

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