Welcome to the Unknown
- Welcome to this page. If you are done with the 911 conspiracies, ghost hunters, and Bigfoot then this page will definitely be your thing. Just like you, we have a big interest for great mysteries. And this is quiet a story so strap yourself and be prepared to lose your sleep and mind over this crazy story.
- Warning!!! this is no urban myth. This is a true story that will blow your mind!!!
What is this website about?
Ever since the cold war, The former Soviet Union started in the cold war broadcasting weird sounds. UVB-76, also known as The Buzzer, is the nickname given by radio listeners to a shortwave radio station that broadcasts on the frequency 4625 kHz. It broadcasts a short, monotonous buzz tone, repeating at a rate of approximately 25 tones per minute, for 24 hours per day. On rare occasions, the buzzer signal is interrupted and a voice transmission in Russian takes place. It has been active since at least the late 1970s or early 1980s, when the first reports were made of a station on this frequency. Its origins have been traced to Russia, but although several theories with varying degrees of plausibility exist, its actual purpose remains unknown to the public.As of 20th December 2012, the transmission has seemingly ceased.
But What is this freaky noise all about????????
That's exactly what we want to find out. So far we know that it is a Russian military station possibly located in the Western Military District. It operates around the clock on 4625 kHz broadcasting a sound reminiscent of a buzzer or a foghorn as a channel marker approximately 20 times a minute. Sends short, apparently unscheduled, voice messages in Russian. Reports of first activity range from 1976 to 1982, at this time station used different channel marker tone and changed to current sound around 1990. Modulation usually AM with suppressed lower sideband, but varies, station uses multiple transmitters. Transmission quality is often poor with common parasitics on 4585, 4666, 4712, 4753 kHz and occasional harmonic on 9250 kHz. Transmitter stoppages and overdriven transmissions occur frequently. Despite ENIGMA (The European Numbers Information Gathering & Monitoring Association) giving it the designator of S28 it is not a numbers station.This station is commonly known as UVB-76, UZB-76, MDZhB, S28, the Buzzer and in Russian as жужжалка.
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