Hundred thirtieth edition of the N&O column / Spooks newsletter

(Date: July 2008)

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Military stations

Russian, CIS, Ukrainian military SSB & CW stations (including M32)

Rimantas Pleikys sent me last month a list of VLF the transmitter sites. This time he submits an antenna list, including the geographical co-ordinates. Many of them are clearly visible with Google Earth. Thanks again, Rimantas.

Description of the VLF antenna systems.

RJH 69 Molodechno (Vileyka) hexagon array: 3 central (radiating, insulated) and 15 grounded masts for a capacity hat.
RJH 99 N. Novgorod (Druzhny) hexagon array: 3 central (radiating, insulated) and 15 grounded masts for a capacity hat.
RJH 66 Bishkek (Chaldovar) hexagon array: 3 central (radiating, insulated) and 15 grounded masts for a capacity hat.
RJH 63 Krasnodar (Martanskaya) new smaller hexagon of 7 masts: central insulated radiator and 6 grounded masts for a capacity tophat. The outer haxagon (6 masts) is part of the old 18-mast antenna.
RJH 77 Arkhangelsk (Vozhdorma) 3 central (radiating, insulated) and 15 grounded masts for a capacity hat.
RAB 99 Khabarovsk (Vladimirovka) different rectangular 18-mast array.

Locations.

RJH 69 Molodechno (Vileyka) 54º27'51"N / 26º46'42"E
RJH 99 N. Novgorod (Druzhny) 56º10'15"N / 43º56'02"E
RJH 66 Bishkek (Chaldovar) 43º02'08"N / 73º36'52"E
RJH 63 Krasnodar (Martanskaya) 44º46'25"N / 39º32'50"E
RJH 77 Arkhangelsk (Vozhdorma) 64º21'33"N / 41º33'34"E
RAB 99 Khabarovsk (Vladimirovka) 48º29'09"N / 134º49'12"E

This month's logs.

3531 Russian Air Force: REA4
4027 Russian Mil?: "8JE2 K ZPV ZLY ZJE = ZKY ZXY ZJZ QSW3 K. R AS3 K"
4441 CIS Mil: "SL9M QTC 542 29 28 ..16 542 = .02 = 1752 3198 3814 ... 9659 2826 532 AR"
4467 Russian Mil: "ZQAZ QTC ZMY AR" (repeating) "EEEEE" (oops!) "A8TD QTC ZMY" (repeating). "ZQAZ QTC 955 17 17 0102 955 = PPPPP üVEXI IJXVM ... IJXVM äIPäE 629 K" Requests receipts from 4GWD, 2YZK, AOAL, LJMN, PEPZ.
5011 Russian Mil: "RDL RDL RDL 15273 31166 15273 31166 15273 31166 RDL RDL RDL 92998 08594 92998 08594 92998 08594 K XXX XXX"
5850 Russian Navy: "XXX XXX XXX RLO 31803 SARMA 3571 7405 (repeats) K"
6902 Russian Navy: "RDL RDL RDL" into 5F Msg
7028 Russian Mil: "XXX LCY9 15795 BASKONKA 2164q287 K"
  "XXX LCY9 79829 BOBKOWYJ 1900 1785 K "
"XXX LCY9 27539 LORRET 1518 0651 K "
7353 Russian Air Force: REA4
7676 Russian Mil: L5D8 5LGs "546 20 21 0650 546 = ZXT 259 = DSTRK PPPPP ... 419 K"
7942 Russian Air Force: REA4
7959 Russian Air Force: REA4
12464 Russian naval vessel: RJP92 "QTC 774 .... = for RJH74 = JJXX 16078 ...." to Navy HQ Moscow "RIW" and RFH61 sending a message to RCV
14108 Russian Mil: Radio checks + messages. Callsigns: WKVM, VN2Z, PHQV, ANGX, MDMP, 7OYS, PPAL, VQSZ, MDMP, 9VIK, 7OB7, DW7J, VH7U, Q76J, K1NE, EAMN, PE6S, SRGT, Q5I2.
  "ZUJ ZUW ZMX QYT6 K"
"QBE QYT6 QYT19 K"
"ZBN ZBS ZSB QYT6 K"
"ZUK ZUU ZQS QYT6 K"
"ZWH ZHA ZBZ QYT9 K"
14148 Russian Mil: RGT77
14411 General staff Moscow.
  "xxx RKS RDL 95202 64982 kolistin 3917 8437 k"
"xxx RKS RDL 49059 33750 bromgidrat 0079 1346 k"
"xxx RKS RDL 50174 51782 apocefalus 0208 8706 k"
16176 Russian Navy, Kaliningrad: RMP
17615 Russian Navy: RCV clg RFH61

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