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In October 2016 there is new activity in conspiracy radio frequency broadcast station usually known as "the Buzzer" sounds in the English and Russian languages which began in 1970s. The official name is not known, although some voice revealed names that can be ratings or other form of identification. Until 2010, the station has identified themselves as UVB-76.

Despite the station on the large account, used these two code at the beginning of the majority of the voice, multiple voice messages have used other identification codes. This makes it no confidence that the names of the call sign station, or any other identification code.

The objective of the station has not been confirmed by the public or broadcast officials. Nevertheless, the former Minister of Communications and Informatics of the Republic of Lithuania Rimantas Pleikys wrote that the purpose of the voice messages to confirm that the agents on the receiving stations are the emergency. Other explanations that broadcasting constantly listen to the military recruitment services. He also suggested that the voice messages are a kind of Russian military communications, and that buzzing sound is only "channel marker", used to keep the frequency of the footprint, thereby making it an unattractive to other potential users.

It is published in the Russian Journal of Earth Sciences, which describes the observatory measuring changes in the ionosphere, passing the signal to the 4625 Khz, the same as the buzzer.

There are two other Russian stations which followed a similar format, alias "Pip" and "scratchy wheel". Like the buzzer, these stations transmit sound signature which is repeated continuously, but sometimes is interrupted for the transfer of the encoded voice messages.

The first transmitter was located near the ????????, Russia, 10 km north-west of Moscow. The location and ratings were unknown before the first known broadcast voice 1997. In September 2010 transmitter station was moved near the town of Saint Petersburg, near the village of Kerro Massiv. This may be due to the reorganization of the Russian army. Up to 9 August 2015, the station is not transmitted from the transmitter site Kerro Massiv any more, perhaps in connection with the reorganization of the Russian army for a specific field, which may cause the engine to be used only in the Moscow Military District.

In the present time the buzzer seems to be broadcast only with the 69th Communication Hub in Mytishchi, Moscow. In 2011, researchers explored the abandoned buildings on the ???????? and argue that this rumors about the military base. The log record radio it was found that reaffirms the work of the transmitter on the 4625 Khz.
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