Radio Station UVB-76


4625.0 kHz

Radio center

# 143

Military unit

# 44684

Transmitter operator

1st Communications Hub of the General Staff of Army


Staff of the Moscow military district, Kosmodamyanskaya Str. 24, Moscow (Photo)

Station location

Lozhki, 56°04'58” N/37°05'22” E (56.08 N/37.08 E); 40 km N/W of Moscow

Emission mode

A3E (full crrier two sideband AM)

Transmitter type

Molniya-2M (PKM-15); Molniya-3 (PKM-20) (Photo); backup transmitter: Viaz-M2

Power (A3E)

Main Tx ≈10 kW, backup Tx ≈2.5 kW


Horizontal dipole VGDSh (Photo); h ≈ 20 m


07:50-07:00 UTC (Summer 06:50-06:00 UTC);

07:00-07:50 (Su 06:00-06:50 UTC) – maintenance of the main transmitter


Channel marker (Audio), voice messages (Audio), data (radio modem AT-3004D, 1440 bps) (Audio) Format of the voice messages: “UVB-76, UVB-76. 62691 Izafet 3693 8270” and similar


Transmission of orders to the military units and recruitment centers of the Moscow military district. Russian equivalent of the U. S. EAM's

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Photo – antenna field

Photo – transmitter building

Photo – Moscow military district headquarters

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