Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Inside The Russian Short Wave Radio Enigma

From a lonely rusted tower in a forest north of Moscow, a mysterious shortwave radio station transmitted day and night. For at least the decade leading up to 1992, it broadcast almost nothing but beeps; after that, it switched to buzzes, generally between 21 and 34 per minute, each lasting roughly a second—a nasally foghorn blaring through a crackly ether.....

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1 comment:

  1. Hey, thanks for posting a link to this! I've read about it before but it's perennially interesting to me, I always welcome new perspectives on the topic. I really like your blog and hope you keep it up!