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It has an active carrier at kHz. It is believed that the buzzer is not directly modulated but actually recorded by a active microphone, as there.


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Music on UVB-76 (the Buzzer, 4625 kHz) on 31, May 2020 at 20:00 UTC

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Frequencies, Status, Active. Voice, Male and female, live It broadcasts around the clock on kHz. While no other traffic is being sent, the station.


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Click here to start audio: test test. kHz. CW LSB USB AM FM AMsync. Volume: mute. Filter:? kHz narrower wider. squelch autonotch noise reduction.


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UZB76 is the call sign of a shortwave radio station that usually broadcasts on the frequency kHz (AM suppressed lower sideband). It features a short.


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also known as '"the Buzzer", is the nickname given by radio listeners to a shortwave radio station that broadcasts on the frequency kHz.


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broadcast: UVB, also known as The Buzzer, is the nickname given by radio listeners to a shortwave radio station that broadcasts on the frequency kHz.


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kHz. August 24, PM Subscribe · UVB has sent a new message. posted by Artw ( comments total) 82 users marked this as a favorite​.


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Oh duh, it's right in the main Wikipedia article - Atencion was offically accused by the US gov't of being a numbers station. You know those thumping devices in Half Life 2? I guess it makes sense if the recipients get a message through another channel telling them when to tune in and listen From what I've read elsewhere, this is how people sometimes receive their messages using numbers stations -- they are given a day and time to tune in. Russian scientists have long had evidence that the Old Ones exist, acquired through their very deep drilling projects. Why isn't some nutsoid shortwave person streaming this to the internet? Yeah, I'm going to agree with everyone else in saying how much it amuses me that this is actually news. Well I'll be. No, No, Russia -- it's fine. Numbers stations fascinate the hell out of me. Artw : " "UVB, UVB - 93 naimina 74 14 35 74 - 9 3 8 8 2 nikolai, anna, ivan, michail, ivan, nikolai, anna, 7, 4, 1, 4, 3, 5, 7, 4 " " briank : " n-a-i-m-i-n-a are the first letters of the names Nikolai, Anna, Ivan, Mikhail, Ivan, Nikolai, Anna Darlton, you magnificent bastard. I mean, it seems so CRAZY that something so secret would be so readily available to the casual listener, that "spy theories" come off sounding In fact, the more people having access to the message, the more easy it is to hide who the messages are actually targeted to. Now I sign onto the internet for the first time in almost a month, and what is the second link on my beloved Metafilter? I had a great time the other night: red wine, mood lighting, cigarettes, and The Conet Project on my headphones. Is someone else transmitting on the same frequency as UVB? Or, what Ouisch said. There was one, I believe. Ok, I've had two glasses of wine, so please ignore this question if it's obvious, but what exactly was transmitted? Man, do I ever love this. It's fascinating how something like this radio station can be known about and followed, and yet its purpose is still a mystery for everyone except the intended recipients. Perhaps this is the paradigm that covert activities should follow in the modern age. I have obviously not traveled far enough, the men without faces still are tracking my every move. They also discovered that a particular buzzing sound, sent at a certain radio frequency, will act just like the thumpers in the game--with the most commonly encountered guards of the lower dimensions naimina standing in for the ant-lions in the game.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} Zira at PM on August 24, [ 7 favorites ]. Unless I'm mistaken, there is a live stream? This is cool and interesting, and also I know fuck-all about: radio, spies, Russia, and woodpeckers. Least convenient way to order pizza ever. Or has a very, very patient marketing agency been biding its time since ? {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I don't see why this a big deal I mean- wait- why am I covered in blood? This gave me great glee. What about genies? Radio does have the advantage of not being vulnerable to a man in the middle attack possible Internet messaging is highly vulnerable, and leaves tracks everywhere. And transmitting in the way that radio does makes it impossible to pinpoint who the transmission is aimed at. Again, data bursts. Apparently it stopped transmitting for a bit earlier this year, causing a few people to loose their shit over it being some kind of Dead Mans Hand apparatus. Uh, no offense meant. The page doesn't include any textual information, and the connection to the live stream is refused due to, I assume, load issues. Though Yosemite Sam is notable for transmitting a data burst. I didn't need to sleep tonight. Part of the brilliance of these things is that they still work, even if everybody knows about them. What's the broadcast range on these? Something about Ovaltine? Er, what briank said. Oh jeez. You'd think digital would be the way to go. Kind of a bummer that I missed the real deal. The sandwich has landed. Last night with the heat-related sleep deprivation settling in and general exhaustion causing me to do evil things to my very understanding girlfriend and animals, I cued up the Conet Project on my laptop and managed to bring every soul in the house to an approximation of my mental state in less than five minutes. It's great to know that something so secret is so public. I figure the letters are just them switching over to IPv6. Anyway, here are some records of the transmissions of UVB in the past few years. The station maybe just be infrequently used, and perhaps the buzzer is just a really clear station identifier for whomever is trying to tune in. Can we connect this to Wikileaks and the rise of Justin Bieber so I can prove my theory that we're living inside a Robert Aton Wilson novel? I also think there's something to be said for the "hidden in plain sight" psychological effect. And mykescipark, I would totally read that post, go for it. I guess it makes sense if the recipients get a message through another channel telling them when to tune in and listen I have a really hard time sticking to any explanation in my head, personally. The content of the message sent, and their import -- yes. This is the usual thing transmitted by numbers stations. Just a radio. So, as always, my ability to comment is constrained by my ignorance. I suppose the voice transmissions have the advantage of not requiring specialized equipment, even if it's just a crappy computer with a dial up modem. If it's spy stuff, it's extremely old school. I'm sincerely happy for any attention that shortwave radio receives nowadays, and it's easy to see why people really get stuck on the creepy-making stuff, but one day soon I'm going to have to make an FPP that has no connection whatsoever to numbers stations or the diaspora of the Conet Project. I've actually had an ear on the stream on and off for a little while now—it's fun to listen in closely when you think you hear something in the background. This is so fascinating! They don't care if it's not secret, because the messages cannot be decrypted unless they screw up royally, which has happened in the past. Some numbers and letters were transmitted, guessing from the "translation" provided in the blog comments. It's ridiculous. The shark bites at midnight. For the past two weeks, I've been living in a new-to-me house, without internet horrors! Honestly, I don't think there's much mystery about their purpose. The signal from UVB Oh and maybe this one. Now I wonder Are there numbers stations whose purpose we actually know? Even if they needed to broadcast on radio instead of internet. Also, the whole OTP thing being strong and cheap encryption. You know, maybe some of the spam that gets sent around the world by these zombie botnets is a modern version of UVB Imagine somebody out there who has to open the penis enlargement email sent to their hotmail account every morning, and most of the time it's junk, but once in awhile the auto-generated text makes sense, but only to them. In the second link at the top a commenter provides a translation of the transmission: "UVB, UVB - 93 naimina 74 14 35 74 - 9 3 8 8 2 nikolai, anna, ivan, michail, ivan, nikolai, anna, 7, 4, 1, 4, 3, 5, 7, 4 - repeated twice " And another commenter says that ""naimina" is probably "na imena" which means "on names". Seems pretty obvious to me. I mean nutsoid in the kindest possible way. The purpose of the stations? Don't make me go beat up Dan Rather again. The names Anna, Nikolai, etc probably indicate letters of the Russian phonetic alphabet posted by Ouisch at PM on August 24, This is cool, geeky news. And another commenter says that ""naimina" is probably "na imena" which means "on names". Wait, you mean the giant link at the top of the page that says, "live stream" is a link to a live stream? Are the linked blog post and audio archive fake? Papa bear, this is mama bear. Go figure! Do you know how many time zones they have in the Soviet Union? Then I had a dream about blistering nuclear fire that melted the teeth out of my head, and woke up refreshed! I'm getting a transmission from numbers station UB Hang on Kenneth, what is the frequency?