Numbers Stations: The English Man came back

Two weeks ago this Friday, I caught and recorded the numbers station often referred to as the English Man. He was found in the pirate radio watering hole (of 6,925-6,990 kHz) on 6,949 kHz.

After sifting through more spectrum recordings taken the following evening by the Microtelecom Perseus, I realized that I caught him once again at the exact same time and frequency. I have his full transmission in the recording below.

Note: The English Man was broadcast in AM, but I had to dig the signal out of the noise. I used a tuning technique I referred to last year in a post–click here for more info.

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2 Responses to Numbers Stations: The English Man came back

  1. Pingback: Coded message from WWII carrier pigeon structured like numbers station communiqué | The SWLing Post

  2. darryl sage says:

    I was not aware that the Russians could count past 2 Hi Hi

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