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Mysterious Russian radio station, nicknamed "Hummer", continues to alarm the minds of Western inhabitants

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The mysterious radio station from Russia, which received the unofficial nickname "Hummer", has continued to alarm the minds of western inhabitants for decades, now and then getting into the pages of various media. She also fell in love with conspiracy theories. According to the German newspaper Bild, some believe that this radio station is used to transmit messages to the Russian intelligence network abroad, others consider it to be part of the Perimeter system created in case of a nuclear war, and still others are ready to believe that “ The buzzer ”(the Buzzer) is used for contact with aliens. As they say, who in that much.


According to German journalist Ingrid Ragard, the mysterious Russian radio station UVB-76 has been known since 1980's. It broadcasts daily on the same frequency (4625 kHz) repeated buzzing sound, which is occasionally interrupted by reading the "mysterious messages". Because of its peculiar sound in the air station and got its informal nickname. According to Ingrid Ragard, before 2010, the radio signal was transmitted from the village of Povarovo, located on the territory of the Moscow region.

It is worth noting that currently 624 is the transmitting radio center of the 1 communications center of the Russian Defense Ministry, which was located in Povarovo, 19 kilometers from Moscow, completely abandoned and not used by the military. Like many former military facilities on the territory of Russia, now it is of interest only for lovers of excursions to such abandoned objects, ideally suited for shooting a film like “Stalker”. With photos that indicate the current state of the 624 radio transmitter center, today everyone can get acquainted on the Internet, they are in the mass blogging. But with the termination of the 624-th transmitting radio center 1-th communication center GSH MO signal has not gone away.



According to information from open sources, today broadcasting continues. To create a sustainable coverage in the entire Western Military District of Russia, at least two signal transmitters are used. One of them is located in Naro-Fominsk - the transmitting radio center of the 69 communication center of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, and in Kerro, on the territory of the Leningrad region - the transmitting radio center of the 60 communication center "Vulkan" of the Defense Ministry of the Russian Federation. According to other sources, at present, the broadcast of the “Hummer” is no longer carried out from Kerro, but directly from St. Petersburg from Palace Square, 10, where the Joint Strategic Command of the Western Military District is located. Information about the open tender for repairs and maintenance of the antenna field of the PRNC 60 antenna field located at St. Petersburg, Palace Square, 10, is freely available.

It is worth noting that the mysterious radio station, which in practice is not so mysterious, has been broadcasting for more than 30 years (presumably, broadcasting began at the end of 1970's) on the same frequency. Since the station was discovered by radio amateurs, it constantly broadcasts a buzz. However, it periodically stops, and the voice in Russian reads certain messages - a mixture of numbers, Russian words or names. The first call sign of this shortwave radio station was UVB-76. The earliest available UVB-76 broadcast record dates back to 1982. For at least a decade before 1992, this station broadcast practically only sound signals, occasionally switching to buzzing buzzer signals lasting about a second, transmitted in tempo from 21 to 34 per minute. These signals were somewhat reminiscent of the sounds of a ship's siren, heard on the air filled with clicking sounds.

According to Bild, many “fans” of the radio station, and over the years of its existence, radio amateurs from almost all over the world showed interest in it, and were intrigued by the “inexplicable disruption” of the station's monotonous radio signal. For example, 5 July 2010, the signal of the radio station completely disappeared from the radio, and the next day appeared again. 2 September 2010 of the “Hummer” signal again disappeared for several days now, and after the resumption of broadcasting, it began with an excerpt from the ballet of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky “Swan Lake”. As the German journalist Ingrid Ragard noted, the Russian “Hummer” broadcasts its 23 hour of 10 minutes a day. The station pauses daily from 07: 00 to 07: 50 in the morning. In this case, the usually monotonous humming noise sounds 25 once a minute. Radio amateurs who are interested in the station note that it is not the same recording that is being played, since in the background you can often hear snippets of conversations in Russian and other “ordinary service noises”.



Humming noise is often interrupted by reading out some signals representing a set of letters and numbers. For example, 24 January 2001 of the year 17: 25 transmitted the following information - 07 526 SLIDING 18 47 27 96. The meaning of this kind of message, of course, remains incomprehensible to the townsfolk. At the same time, journalists, especially Western ones, are ready to invent many explanations for them. So, in the Bild believe that perhaps this is the message for Russian spies who are abroad. Also, a constant background noise can play another role, for example, being an element of the Perimeter system, also called “Dead Hand”. This system, created back in the years of the Cold War, provides for the possibility of an automatic retaliatory nuclear strike in the event of an attack on Russia. The German journalist suggested that at that moment, when the station’s broadcasting would cease, a mechanism for delivering a nuclear retaliatory strike would be activated, the notorious “red button” was pressed. And according to the version of conspiracy theories or conspiracy theories, the radio station is used to "brainwash citizens of Russia" or "to establish contact with representatives of extraterrestrial civilizations." At the same time, the author of the article Bild emphasized that over the past decades many people tried to decipher the alphanumeric messages transmitted by the “buzzer”, but no one was able to do it.

The fact that the signal could not be deciphered by anyone is easily explained. The Russian military are transmitting through a communication and alert system in the form of code words (MONOLITES), monoliths are just words that are constantly changing. At the same time, the same monolith at different times may have completely different meanings. MONOLITH can only be a code word on an envelope lying in the safe of the commander of a particular unit.

It is worth noting that the radio station, which in the Western media, and in some Russian, often like to be a hero of various “high-profile” articles, is quite well known and studied by radio amateurs. Plots about it were published both on the “Russia” channel and on the Russia Today channel. A large number of sites around the world are devoted to it, and Wikipedia has a separate article dedicated to the station. This radio station is not exactly classified as secret.



UVB-76 is a shortwave radio station that broadcasts at a frequency of 4625 kHz, it transmits signals to receivers with the call sign MJBB (formerly UVB-76), according to the classification of the Internet resource ENIGMA2000 station was assigned the number S28. The station’s designation, according to information on Wikipedia, is banally simple — it is an alert station (reserved for communications in case of cataclysms and civil defense activities), in peacetime, the station is used as a link for Russian military enlistment offices. Among radio amateurs around the world known as the "Hummer" (English The Buzzer). In normal operation, the station broadcasts a channel marker in the form of repeated buzzing sounds. For the period of transmission of various radiograms the marker is turned off. The radiograms themselves (signals) are transmitted using the phonetic alphabet and are the so-called "monoliths" (control signals of the army of the Russian Federation). The station is being watched on air, at least since the beginning of the 1980s. Until September, 2010, when the military district system was reformed in Russia, the station transmitted voice radiograms for recipients with the call sign UZB-76 (the supposed circular call sign of the Moscow Military District - Moscow Military District). Since September 2010, the new callsign MJB has been applied (circular call sign of the Western Military District).



Information sources:
https://russian.rt.com/inotv/2015-11-16/Bild-Rossijskuyu-radiostanciyu-zapodozrili-v
http://www.softmixer.com/2013/09/76.html
http://ibigdan.livejournal.com/13604995.html?page=1
http://priyom.org/military-stations/russia/the-buzzer
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  1. oldav
    oldav 23 November 2015 06: 40
    19
    It became terribly! Always afraid of obscure transmitters. In childhood, he was afraid of a hissing TV with color marking, waiting for secret voices.
    1. DEMENTIY
      DEMENTIY 23 November 2015 09: 21
      +6
      Quote: oldav
      In childhood, he was afraid of a hissing TV with color marking, waiting for secret voices.


      I went into the comments and felt like in a kindergarten! laughing
      1. oldav
        oldav 23 November 2015 09: 31
        10
        I'm happy for you. You were a persistent and courageous child, you have never been afraid of anything from birth. Tears were an alien element to you. Straight terminator ...
        1. DEMENTIY
          DEMENTIY 23 November 2015 10: 04
          10
          Quote: oldav
          You were a persistent and courageous child, you have never been afraid of anything from birth. Tears were an alien element to you.


          Did not meet in a manger? lol
        2. gladcu2
          gladcu2 23 November 2015 21: 42
          +2
          oldav

          Got up. I looked under the bed. He went to bed further.
      2. Rus2012
        Rus2012 23 November 2015 11: 31
        12
        Quote: DEMENTIY
        I went into the comments and felt like in a kindergarten!

        ...and there is! wassat

        And it is also amazing to hell that none of the staff who have served on these US for almost 30 years has "not split"!
        Bravo guys !!!!
        bully soldier laughing
    2. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 23 November 2015 14: 04
      +8
      Quote: oldav
      It became terribly! Always afraid of obscure transmitters. In childhood, he was afraid of a hissing TV with color marking, waiting for secret voices.


      Now imagine how the shabby theorists of conspiracies and all the red threats there feel ...: D: D: D
    3. Archon
      Archon 23 November 2015 18: 35
      +8
      But what about the view? He also scared many. Still, the real death mask of the Chinese philosopher
      1. Skifotavr
        Skifotavr 24 November 2015 00: 27
        +1
        Quote: Archon
        But what about the view? He also scared many. Still, the real death mask of the Chinese philosopher

        And from the top of his head a stranger’s larva crawls out? laughing
        1. Archon
          Archon 24 November 2015 14: 28
          +1
          the ceramic head of the ancient Chinese Taoist philosopher Guo Xiang with a three-legged toad on his head. In different eastern cultures, this symbol is interpreted differently: somewhere it symbolized spiritual wealth, somewhere - power, and somewhere - financial wealth.
          "The only problem is that this mask had giant ears, like a Cheburashka. And we sat for something, looked at it and thought:" Well, this is some kind of crap, some kind of terrible Cheburashka, "but the ears were cut off on the computer and everything went right away. "

          But as we can see, in the end it turned out really some kind of infernal monster
    4. Minstrel
      Minstrel 23 November 2015 19: 45
      +6
      Quote: oldav
      childhood, he was afraid of a hissing TV with color marking, waiting for secret voices.

      The fact that we stopped hissing on your TV does not mean that we will not come for you. Tremble! am
    5. Aryan
      Aryan 24 November 2015 18: 01
      0
      Wait a minute, the radio station will teach komenty to write
      Then already "hovaysya!"
  2. Dragon-y
    Dragon-y 23 November 2015 07: 16
    +5
    Some kind of horror movie: "White Noise", episode 3 ... :)
  3. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 23 November 2015 07: 16
    +9
    Who knows ZAS, he understands what it is. yes
    1. AlNikolaich
      AlNikolaich 23 November 2015 07: 43
      +8
      So the ZAS transmission still jumps in frequency! And here on the same frequency!
      The signal for the radio compass, I guess ...
      1. Vladimirets
        Vladimirets 23 November 2015 07: 47
        +3
        Quote: AlNikolaich
        So the ZAS transmission still jumps in frequency!

        No, at least on old hardware.
      2. Rash
        Rash 23 November 2015 07: 49
        -2
        ZAS uses a hopping frequency grid.
        1. Vladimirets
          Vladimirets 23 November 2015 07: 54
          +4
          Quote: Rash
          ZAS uses a hopping frequency grid.

          The equipment is different. bully
      3. Homo
        Homo 23 November 2015 08: 48
        +2
        Quote: AlNikolaich
        The signal for the radio compass, I guess ...

        Lighthouse for aliens. hi
        1. GRAY
          GRAY 23 November 2015 09: 52
          +1
          Quote: Homo
          Lighthouse for aliens.

          On the air, in general, a rare brothel is going on. There is one interesting site: http://websdr.ru/ you can listen to the broadcast there.
          There, in the region of 3050 - 4000 kHz, radio amateurs usually mock - they swear with Ukrainians, etc. A couple of weeks ago, some guy shouted "Yulka Tymoshenko for the kingdom !!!" I laugh.
          1. svd-xnumx
            svd-xnumx 23 November 2015 18: 02
            +3
            There, in the region of 3050 - 4000 kHz, radio amateurs usually mock - they swear with Ukrainians, etc. A couple of weeks ago, some guy shouted "Yulka Tymoshenko for the kingdom !!!" I laugh.
            In the USSR, these radio amateurs were direction-finding "at once", such a radio hooligan worked for us - a year of "chemistry" shook for broadcasting music, well, the "funds" of the crime were confiscated.
      4. kotvov
        kotvov 23 November 2015 19: 22
        0
        The signal for the radio compass, I guess ... ,,
        sounding is also possible. during the service it was specially tuned, it seems to be at some frequencies, but the tonality is different.
    2. gladcu2
      gladcu2 23 November 2015 21: 45
      -4
      Vladimirets

      ZAS, this is a wired communication system. It has nothing to do with radio.
      1. Afotin
        Afotin 24 November 2015 01: 05
        +5
        No, you are mistaken. Security equipment can be used on any channels of combat control.
  4. Colonel
    Colonel 23 November 2015 07: 58
    +5
    The first call sign of this shortwave radio station was UVB-76

    Well, that is not RGT-77, but ... wassat
    The usual notification network, and put on it some kind of antiquity, such as R-326. When he served, it was called "r / notification network of the headquarters of the Moscow Military District." Not so much buzzing as hissing at night, when he stood on duty.
    1. michell
      michell 23 November 2015 16: 41
      +6
      Quote: colonel
      Well, that is not RGT-77, but ...


      But from this place in more detail, please ... bully
      Greetings to a colleague hi .
      At one time he accepted an immeasurable number of those same "RGT-shek".
      The description of the radio station's work was painfully reminiscent of radio network No. 43 - only in it, instead of buzzing, there was a "drop". Only young radio operators were on duty on it - should someone on the "Monolith" wash the floors after duty bully.
      By the way - "monolith" is a category of urgency of radiograms - "out of order". At us on the CS, the radio network hall of the centralized combat control (CBU) was called the "monolith", while the radiograms were called signals or cryptograms (depending on the structure).
      1. Colonel
        Colonel 23 November 2015 17: 28
        +5
        Quote: michell
        instead of buzzing - "drop".

        Well, exactly, the hiss of the ether and just 10 times, or 15 seconds "drop".
        Well, the category of urgency is according to the "Manual on radio communications in the Armed Forces ..." Part 2.
        But in life, yes, r / s No. 6 ....., 6 ..... s or 7 ...... By the way, the trick was - at the REB check, we scoffed at us and knocked out only one sign. As a result, somewhere they took the word CAREER, somewhere CARCER, somewhere CARTER (count the sign, heron and tanya). Those who have combat documents do not care, and the withers have been hacked by radio operators. drinks
        1. michell
          michell 23 November 2015 17: 48
          +4
          Quote: colonel
          at the check, the REB members scoffed at us and knocked out just one sign.


          They didn’t scoff at us like that, and in case of a pass or uncertain reception (which rarely happened) they listened to a tape recorder - all the networks were written on the Hungarian P-500 - a hefty ten-track bandura.
          As for the LDCs - since January 1, 1987 the "Radiocommunication Guidelines" were in effect - RRS, LDCs were canceled. The difference between them is in minor details.
          And radio networks - yes, six hundredth, open and "eso"; we didn't have seven hundred.
          Central communications center for long-range aviation, from May 87 to November 88. soldier drinks
          1. Vladimirets
            Vladimirets 23 November 2015 19: 23
            +3
            Quote: michell
            Central communications center for long-range aviation, from May 87 to November 88.

            Hello colleagues. BRS 2OBrPSKR, then Peter KRS KSZPO. hi
            1. Colonel
              Colonel 23 November 2015 20: 14
              +2
              Quote: Vladimirets
              were written in Hungarian P-500

              We wrote on P 180 (wire). And what about the "Guide ..." is absolutely right, I just started with the "Instructions ..." by Jupiter's DRS, so it remains in my memory. Strategic Missile Forces radio communications, all life soldier lol
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  5. Fedor
    Fedor 23 November 2015 08: 27
    +4
    The more incomprehensible, the worse.
  6. Baloo
    Baloo 23 November 2015 08: 49
    +6
    It is not clear why this article. Agree, there are events, phenomena, facts related to military and / or state secrets. Why discuss it. Any fantasy can happen to be a reality. Defense must be defense, secrets secret. wink
    This is my opinion of a civilian. hi
    1. sabakina
      sabakina 23 November 2015 09: 18
      +9
      Balu, let me disagree. There is no secrecy and I hear about this radio station for the first time (to my great shame) and it was interesting to read.
      There is a cool film "Contact". The team of the main character of the film would definitely decipher the signal ...
      1. Baloo
        Baloo 23 November 2015 09: 35
        +2
        I am far from the topic under discussion by profession. In the distant Soviet school childhood, like many, in the evenings I caught enemy voices to listen to the Beatles and generally pernicious Western music. I probably heard this station too, heard a buzzer where the text and numbers were read out not only in Russian, there the music was mainly bravura orchestral, rather unprofessionally played. Oddly enough, a strong immunity has developed, in contrast to some peers. By the way, the plot "Alien face", in reality, the Voice of America once aired about a shootout at the plane's ladder, it seems, at Sheremetyevo.
        All the same, it seems to me that most of us are interested in the military-political component of events. hi
    2. Archon
      Archon 23 November 2015 18: 38
      0
      This article is here because relatively recently they wrote about this in the foreign press.
  7. FunkschNNX
    FunkschNNX 23 November 2015 09: 59
    +7
    If buzzing, then everything is fine.
    1. iv-nord
      iv-nord 23 November 2015 10: 20
      +6
      Our buzzers are the best buzzers.
  8. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 23 November 2015 10: 28
    +8
    I suppose a range of 1000-2000 km, at night twice as far. Much depends on the power of the PRD and the passage of radio waves. What is this radio station for? ...
  9. Stinger
    Stinger 23 November 2015 10: 58
    +4
    Yes Yes! This is zhzhzhzhzh ... for a reason. Oh, for good reason!
  10. ivanovbg
    ivanovbg 23 November 2015 11: 01
    +7
    The purpose of the buzzer is twofold - in the "standby" mode it is meaningless "white" noise, and in the "combat" mode it can be a ZAS, radio commands for missiles, spies and long-range aviation, and anything else. Nobody will transmit real combat (or combat training) signals 23 hours a day, and the enemy will get bored looking for a useful signal for 15 seconds out of 168 hours of white noise per week. Although the computing centers of their sworn friends are unlikely to be asleep, they are not busy with spyware.

    The so-called "Digital stations" (Number stations) cover the whole of Europe and part of the United States (and American ones - most of Russia). There is no need for a tale of mobilization readiness on its territory. Even if these stations transmit something for military registration and enlistment offices, it does not follow in any way that they do not have a second, third and fifth purpose.

    I recommend watching the TV series "Americans", it is easy to find on torrent sites. There are some tricky moments, but within the normal range, in general, the series is true and to me personally - very interesting!
  11. tolmachiev51
    tolmachiev51 23 November 2015 11: 08
    +3
    Che why !!! The turbulence is complete, the transmitter is working in standby mode, the carrier frequency buzzes, it is necessary to add information, but a sore head can come up with everything that it wants.
  12. dudinets
    dudinets 23 November 2015 11: 32
    +9
    you still need to make a light bulb to blink. let the enemies be guessed - why?
  13. aspid163
    aspid163 23 November 2015 11: 51
    0
    ha ha laughed for a long time.
  14. Tambov Wolf
    Tambov Wolf 23 November 2015 12: 03
    +1
    I put a minus to the article. Previously, for the disclosure of information containing military secrets, the author was sitting or hanging, and now "tolerance". Nothing will happen. Previously, a subscription was given about such things that the author cites in the article. I gave it myself. This is correct. It turned out not. They surrender only in this way. BARDAK. Write about where the authorities are not looking. Enemies of the people and the state.
    1. your1970
      your1970 23 November 2015 12: 35
      +9
      Tambov Wolf
      "for the disclosure of information containing military secrets, the author was sitting or hanging" - and WHERE did you see the military secret here ????? Frequency and signals are heard all over the world, the content is not known ...
      In general, read the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation or the Criminal Code of the USSR (according to which by the way the author could sit, but about hanging it you waved too much),ESPECIALLY noted persons who were entrusted with this information or who could receive this information due to their official position.-author of the article is clearly not one of them.

      "The decree of June 9, 1947 establishes three categories of persons subject to criminal liability for disclosing state secrets: officials, military personnel and private individuals.
      The disclosure of information constituting a state secret by persons who have been entrusted with this information or who could have received this information due to their official position is punishable by imprisonment in a forced labor camp for a term of 8 to 12 years (Article 1). Disclosing military information that constitutes a state secret to servicemen is punishable by imprisonment in a forced labor camp for a term of 10 to 20 years (Article 2); the disclosure of information constituting a state secret by private individuals is punishable by imprisonment in a forced labor camp for a term of 5 to 10 years (Article 3). "

      Z.Y. Fans of screaming had already gotten out, but earlier they would go out with an IVS talk with LPS, shoot two hundred people in the basements of the Lubyanka, and go to a meeting with a clear conscience, solve state issues ... Read archival documents, you will be very surprised ...
      1. neri73-r
        neri73-r 23 November 2015 13: 29
        +3
        sv1970,
        Quote: your1970
        Criminal Code of the USSR



        In fact, the Criminal Code of the USSR was not, there were criminal codes of the Union republics, in particular the Criminal Code of the RSFSR. hi
        1. your1970
          your1970 23 November 2015 18: 04
          +2
          Sin-wrote from the phone repeat in the heat of the moment, that's why he made a reservation ...
      2. Tambov Wolf
        Tambov Wolf 23 November 2015 22: 14
        0
        The data transfer system called by the mentioned author was considered secret. You can put at least a few minuses, but you should put them up for such things. And if you didn’t trust, but found out and blabbed, you still have to sit. You do not need to justify the disclosures. You probably found the USSR in infancy or They didn’t catch it at all, hence the Gorbachev’s habits. And I do not scream, but state the fact for which the author was to sit, the protector of talkers.
        1. your1970
          your1970 24 November 2015 12: 39
          +1
          "And I'm not shouting, but stating the fact for which the author was supposed to sit, the defender of the talkers."
          Where FACTS,Where??
          You read the text of the article, where the author says about system data transfer in general, and at least somehow it means ??????? What is he - writes about that transmission in progress, or with what equipment??
          Or 30 years of squeaking on the air is also a secret? Nobody hears it, no, no.
          I cited the responsibility for the FACT under the USSR, but even there is no place for the author ...

          And about the talkers, the secrecy system in the USSR was built rather stupidly.
          Breakthrough examples: open the Jane magazine for the 70s and 80s, there are all the characteristics of our ships (with an indication of weapons), including new build, or remember the AK-74 - a terrible secret for all personnel until the end of the 80s and God forbid you can't find a cartridge case after the shooting - and the American "Soldier of Fortune" back in 1981 posted articles with all the absolutely characteristics of the AK-74, or about the gold reserve of the USSR (also considered "top secret") - and Forbes published information about its volumes ... And there are plenty of such examples.

          And what about the USSR? Yes, I actually found it, I even went as a candidate, but I got drunk on time ... Otherwise, it would have been a shame - when 30 million party members got off with the formula "My hut is on the edge" ... If only one communist was found ...
    2. ivanovbg
      ivanovbg 23 November 2015 13: 03
      +5
      This frequency is no longer a secret, amateur recordings of programs on 4625 KHz have been walking around the world since 1982 of the year, and now it is 2015.

      Sample of interception of radio communications by ZAS T-219 Yacht (in the modern sense, an analog FSK scrambler). Any advanced student will split the code in a week, special services, maybe in a few hours:

      [media = http: //signals.radioscanner.ru/base/files/signal77/f.mp3]

      And the control panel of the Yacht itself:
      1. ICT
        ICT 23 November 2015 17: 03
        +1
        Quote: ivanovbg
        ZAS T-219 “Yacht”

        Quote: ivanovbg
        Any advanced student will split the code


        Well, so it is the equipment of temporary stability. (with all that it implies)
      2. Colonel
        Colonel 23 November 2015 20: 18
        0
        Quote: ivanovbg
        And the control panel of the Yacht itself

        Wow, and where you unearthed such antiquity, in 1988 (first encountered T 219) there were no such remotes.
        1. ivanovbg
          ivanovbg 25 November 2015 12: 26
          +1
          And they were in the Bulgarian army until 2004, when they joined NATO and switched to the American Harris. In general, the Bulgarian army in 1990-2004 did not acquire anything fundamentally new, since it had already parted with Russia and had not yet joined NATO.
  15. Razvedka_Boem
    Razvedka_Boem 23 November 2015 16: 00
    +3
    As pioneer chants can be attributed to the progenitors of rap ..) So this hummer can be attributed to the progenitor of trolling ..)
  16. voyaka uh
    voyaka uh 23 November 2015 16: 58
    +7
    About this buzzman wrote in the 19th century British
    writer (as later confirmed, agent Mi-6) Alan Milne in his
    coded action movie "Winnie the Pooh".

    Remember what happened to him? Hummer protects his secrets ... crying
  17. sokudo
    sokudo 23 November 2015 17: 10
    0
    As I understand it, the frequency and timbre of transmitted sounds regularly changes, albeit of insignificant amplitude?
  18. Sergey Guriev
    Sergey Guriev 23 November 2015 19: 15
    +6
    These rusysky stuck a microphone in a bee hive, but sometimes a drunk beekeeper gets to him. If there is any military secret in these programs, we are unlikely to recognize it here. If anyone even gets close to her, he will quickly get to know the local polite FSB officer. And if there is no secret, then let all kinds of different ones rack their brains at the expense of bees and the beekeeper.
  19. Earnest
    Earnest 23 November 2015 22: 18
    +3
    Quote: sabakina
    .
    There is a cool film "Contact". The team of the main character of the film would definitely decipher the signal ...

    They would decrypt us - it would surely be easier to admit contacts with the "Mimoplanets" laughing
    And the casket simply opens: in 1992, while still a small obizyan, serving as a messenger for the unit on duty, he had to receive on a fixed frequency (such as the same 4625 kHz) one of the radio receivers in the standby mode, a control message consisting of groups of numbers and arbitrary words (well, like "
    24 January 2001 of the year in 17: 25 the following information was transmitted - 07 526 SLIDING 18 47 27 96
    This nonsense had to be recorded in the registration log with the fixation of the exact time of transmission and at the end of the day passed on to check the signal transmission over the radio network and the ability of calculations to clearly and clearly receive it. frequency ", a simple unmodulated carrier, which so mysteriously" buzzes "in the speakers. That's it! The whole secret of the" buzzer "I revealed and laid, I do not require a fee bully
    1. voyaka uh
      voyaka uh 24 November 2015 17: 34
      0
      Thank! Finally, an understandable explanation!
  20. marat023
    marat023 24 November 2015 00: 03
    +1
    I know this ZAS from my former service, so sleep well
  21. SergeySh
    SergeySh 24 November 2015 08: 10
    0
    My head was buzzing with the style of the article. Torn pieces of repeating text from different sources. I have not read such a nightmare on VO yet.
  22. bad
    bad 26 November 2015 21: 23
    0
    Quote: DEMENTIY
    Quote: oldav
    In childhood, he was afraid of a hissing TV with color marking, waiting for secret voices.


    I went into the comments and felt like in a kindergarten! laughing
    ..exactly .. +
  23. n.kolesnichenko
    n.kolesnichenko 4 December 2015 21: 12
    0
    The photo shows the object "Goliath"