|Emission mode||USB + carrier|
|Location||Moscow, Russia; Orenburg, Russia; Chita, Russia|
|Known counterpart stations||E06, E17, G06, V06, V23, M14, F01, F06|
S06 is the Russian language flavor of the Russian 6 operator.
|3-digit schedule ID|
|Repeated for 4 minutes|
Traffic format, single message:
|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|
Traffic format, two messages:
|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|
Typically S06 transmits on the hour or at the half hour, but may also start at any 5-minute interval within an hour. The transmission is often repeated an hour later, or less commonly 30 minutes later, on a frequency that is either higher or lower by 1-3 MHz. In case traffic was sent, the two transmissions are often repeated also the next day at the same times and on the same frequencies.
The schedule ID may either:
- Stay the same all year long, and never change
- Stay the same all year long, and change yearly
10-15 minutes before a transmission, a long 1200 Hz test tone is emitted, followed by the ID of the upcoming transmission given once.