- All voice frequencies mentioned on this page are on the upper sideband.
- The aircraft callsigns are made of 5 digits.
- The primary/secondary designations reflect the usage by aircraft; the ground stations usually transmit on all frequencies simultaneously.
Military Transport Aviation
- 6685 - Nighttime primary
- 11360 - Daytime primary
Ground station callsigns
- Davlenie: 708th Regiment, Taganrog
- Kasta: 224th Detachment, Tver
- Klarnetist: 196th Regiment, Tver
- Korsar: Military Transport Aviation HQ, Moscow
- Magnetron: 566th Regiment, Seshcha
- Polis: 117th Regiment, Orenburg
- Proselok: 334th Regiment, Pskov
This network carries plain voice traffic between transport aircraft and the Military Transport Aviation units.
The frequencies and the callsigns used depend on the season. The activity takes place mainly on the 8 MHz channels. During activity on this network, a single letter ("W" for Europe, or "G" for the Pacific) is repeatedly transmitted on one of the Morse ground frequencies around H+00, H+20, and H+40 for 2 minutes each.