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. there are too many fools following too many rules .
(199x irdial 50irdcom2) 2xcd
01  00:02:00  07:20:25  aqua regia - n.y.c. smile on me
02  07:22:25  09:00:47  hainhault - ozutsumi
03  16:22:72  12:39:35  in sync - storm
04  29:02:32  07:23:68  aqua regia - aqueous
05  36:26:25  06:20:22  ray tracing - the internal exterior
06  42:46:47  07:22:73  beautyon - to swil ping
07  50:09:45  05:17:10  anthony manning - elastic variation
08  55:26:55  07:02:72  neuropolitique - can't get off the slide
09  62:29:52  07:30:45  aqua regia - pump up the l.e.d.'s to red
10  70:00:22  07:49:13  ramjac corporation - cameroon massif
cd  77:47:35  disc 1

01  00:02:00  07:54:52  veco .19 - eep!
02  07:56:52  06:21:48  thee j. johanz - move your butty
03  14:18:25  07:24:65  neuropolitique - large spoon
04  21:43:15  05:03:17  beautyon - dome
05  26:46:32  06:56:18  morganistic - in the shadow
06  33:42:50  11:22:32  ramjac - analogue city
07  45:05:07  11:26:30  aqua regia - directory enquiries
08  56:31:37  07:13:73  ray tracing - jp8-88
09  63:45:35  07:21:00  neuropolitique - idiotic lantern
10  71:06:35  02:58:15  aqua regia vs rhythm doc - level 5
cd  74:02:50  disk A


. the conet project: recordings of shortwave numbers stations .
(uk 1997 irdial 59irdtcp1) 4xcd + 80page booklet
01  00:02:00  04:17:57  the swedish hapsody
02  04:19:57  03:33:45  counting
03  07:53:27  02:01:03  counting 'control'
04  09:54:30  04:36:02  phonetic alphabet - nato
05  14:30:32  03:29:45  5 dashes
06  18:00:02  04:38:40  the lincolnshire poacher
07  22:38:42  03:28:65  gong station / chimes
08  26:07:32  02:37:25  dfd 21
09  28:44:57  02:04:15  ready ready (15728)
10  30:48:72  01:00:18  bugle
11  31:49:15  01:38:25  5 note version 'czech lady'
12  33:27:40  02:18:10  three note oddity
13  35:45:50  06:31:65  new star broadcasting
14  42:17:40  04:40:50  counting station (spanish)
15  46:58:15  03:32:12  english lady / 00000 ending
16  50:30:27  03:32:05  attencion / 3 finals
17  54:02:32  03:13:55  4 note rising scale
18  57:16:12  05:16:03  ciocirlia
19  62:32:15  03:17:67  czech lady
20  65:50:07  01:46:35  2 letter 'ys'
21  67:36:42  01:09:43  2 letter 'el'
22  68:46:10  01:39:60  5 dashes
23  70:25:70  02:23:22  2 letter 'bk'
cd  72:47:17  
01  00:02:00  02:56:20  nnn
02  02:58:20  00:35:35  'strich'
03  03:33:55  01:54:60  dfd21 / dfc37
04  05:28:40  02:51:22  drums & trumpets
05  08:19:62  01:47:20  nnn
06  10:07:07  02:09:60  english lady - 00000 ending
07  12:16:67  01:00:08  nnn
08  13:17:00  01:33:70  the russian man ('d-va' northern russian voice)
09  14:50:70  00:48:50  phonetic alphabet - nato
10  15:39:45  01:06:60  spanish lady
11  16:46:30  00:30:27  'strich'
12  17:16:57  01:11:43  2 letter 'nu'
13  18:28:25  00:38:20  'strich'
14  19:06:45  03:34:35  yt
15  22:41:05  01:39:42  5 dashes
16  24:20:47  01:45:25  german man
17  26:05:72  04:57:65  english man
18  31:03:62  01:36:18  english man + german lady
19  32:40:05  01:42:57  german lady
20  34:22:62  01:13:53  chinese numbers
21  35:36:40  04:25:02  spanish lady
22  40:01:42  01:38:05  2 letter 'md'
23  41:39:47  01:13:28  english man
24  42:53:00  00:47:10  german lady
25  43:40:10  00:54:25  phonetic alphabet - nato
26  44:34:35  02:25:05  phonetic alphabet - nato
27  46:59:40  03:20:42  nancy adam susan
28  50:20:07  01:17:63  counting 'control'
29  51:37:70  02:44:02  nancy adam susan (male voice)
30  54:21:72  01:33:58  cherry ripe
31  55:55:55  01:57:15  russian lady
32  57:52:70  00:37:00  russian man
33  58:29:70  01:53:50  nnn
34  60:23:45  00:59:07  frank young peter
35  61:22:52  01:04:38  cherta
36  62:27:15  00:57:55  russian counting man
37  63:24:70  02:15:15  olx
38  65:40:10  00:56:62  6 tones
39  66:36:72  02:02:20  high pitch polytone
40  68:39:17  00:30:53  high pitch ploytone
41  69:09:70  01:16:65  high pitch ploytone
42  70:26:60  00:59:62  high pitch polytone
43  71:26:47  01:11:00  oriental language
cd  72:35:47
01  00:02:00  02:02:72  ready ready
02  02:04:72  01:00:00  iran / iraq jamming efficacy testing
03  03:04:72  01:16:20  english lady
04  04:21:17  00:33:50  english lady
05  04:54:67  00:33:48  english man version 1
06  05:28:40  00:48:22  english man version 2
07  06:16:62  00:57:48  english man
08  07:14:35  03:49:30  magnetic fields
09  11:03:65  01:30:10  magnetic fields
10  12:34:00  01:24:00  oblique
11  13:58:00  00:34:60  nnn
12  14:32:60  04:16:60  5 dashes
13  18:49:45  01:49:20  2 letter 'kg'
14  20:38:65  02:35:47  4 figure counting (10 rough tones)
15  23:14:37  03:28:58  2 voices in one transmission
16  26:43:20  07:17:40  tyrolean music station
17  34:00:60  00:45:70  3 note i.s.
18  34:46:55  01:33:10  10 rough tones
19  36:19:65  00:28:50  achtung!
20  36:48:40  01:23:37  'a'
21  38:12:02  00:12:28  voice sample (1-10)
22  38:24:30  00:58:60  rapid dots
23  39:23:15  01:06:05  strich
24  40:29:20  03:19:40  hier ist dfc seben und dreizig
25  43:48:60  02:34:22  2 letter 'pn'
26  46:23:07  00:18:18  sample count
27  46:41:25  02:09:50  2 letter 'vo'
28  48:51:00  00:41:30  2 letter 'hk'
29  49:32:30  04:00:55  2 letter 'dm'
30  53:33:10  01:11:00  8 note rising scale
31  54:44:10  00:55:10  spruchnummer 1
32  55:39:20  00:48:20  spruchnummer 4
33  56:27:40  01:04:70  random pop
34  57:32:35  02:51:60  nomer 101
35  60:24:20  00:35:02  okno okno okno
36  60:59:22  03:21:73  nomer 198
37  64:21:20  01:23:10  723 papaqui
38  65:44:30  01:53:35  298
39  67:37:65  01:24:15  815
40  69:02:05  01:52:70  167
41  70:55:00  00:19:55  moscow coup attempt
cd  71:12:55
01  00:02:00  03:37:35  russian man complete
02  03:39:35  02:49:57  yt
03  06:29:17  00:33:45  555 konec
04  07:02:62  00:24:35  preska
05  07:27:22  00:26:00  cherta
06  07:53:22  00:39:35  count in russian
07  08:32:57  02:03:25  count in russian
08  10:36:07  01:02:38  1-10 announcement
09  11:38:45  00:49:62  1-10 announcement
10  12:28:32  01:12:30  count in polish
11  13:40:62  02:42:60  konec konec
12  16:23:47  00:47:40  pozor
13  17:11:12  02:15:10  russian lady test count and message
14  19:26:22  04:09:58  russian man
15  23:36:05  01:47:37  spanish lady (2 finals)
16  25:23:42  00:21:63  spanish counting
17  25:45:30  00:23:72  spanish counting
18  26:09:27  02:19:50  spanish man
19  28:29:02  01:17:15  spanish lady
20  29:46:17  02:26:60  spanish lady
21  32:13:02  06:40:25  eastern music station
22  38:53:27  01:42:10  eastern music station
23  40:35:37  00:42:28  unidentified chinese station
24  41:17:65  01:26:70  nnn
25  42:44:60  00:58:62  nnn
26  43:43:47  06:14:18  whiskey tango veinte y uno
27  49:57:65  02:32:57  the crackle
28  52:30:47  02:30:48  the backwards music station
29  55:01:20  01:13:40  faders
30  56:14:60  02:52:10  workshop
31  59:06:70  00:50:02  the pip
32  59:56:72  02:39:73  the buzzer
33  62:36:70  00:51:67  m1 (197)
34  63:28:62  04:49:10  m1b (463)
35  68:17:72  03:10:43  m2 (712)
36  71:28:40  00:32:57  m3
37  72:01:22  00:19:73  m3
38  72:21:20  00:27:15  m3
39  72:48:35  00:17:10  m3
40  73:05:45  00:15:15  m3
41  73:20:60  00:15:07  m3
42  73:35:67  00:22:13  m3a
43  73:58:05  00:49:67  m3b
cd  74:45:72



numbers stations
are found all over the shortwave spectrum.
they emit unusual transmissions
of synthesized voices
reading sets
of phonetic letters and or numbers.
the origin of these stations is in dispute.
their purpose in unclear.
there are many dozens
of different signal types on the air,
each run by different organizations.
some of these organizations
should have been closed down
after the 'end of the cold war',
yet they continue to transmit
like clockwork.
no one has ever compiled a set
of numbers stations recordings
for sale to the public.
until now.





 THE CONET PROJECT-Recordings Of Short-Wave Numbers Station 4XCD + BOOK

Numbers Stations are found all over the shortwave spectrum. They emit unusual transmissions of synthesized voices 
reading sets of phonetic letters and or numbers. The origin of these stations is in dispute. Their purpose is 
unclear. There are many dozens of different signal types on the air, each run by different organizations. Some of 
these organizations should have been closed down after the 'end of the cold war', yet they continue to transmit 
like clockwork. No one has ever compiled a set of Numbers Stations recordings for sale to the public. Until now. 

The Conet Project: a Quadruple CD of 150 recordings covering 25 years of Numbers Station activity, with detailed 
logs, essays, and a definitive lookup table of all known Numbers Stations, including Morse Numbers Stations. An 
invaluable and fascinating resource for all listeners, this is the definitive reference work on the mysterious 
field of Numbers Stations, containing very rare recordings from as early as 1971 and up to date examples of 
currently operating stations.
The Quadruple CD comes with a 80page perfect bound booklet in two jewel cases, with a post card.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):
 What Are Numbers Stations?
Numbers Stations are the secret communications of intelligence agencies such as MOSSAD, MI6, CIA, KGB, BND, StB, 
and so on.
 Where are Number Stations Found?
Numbers Stations are found on the Shortwave part of the radio spectrum. 
 How do we know for sure that Numbers Stations are spy communications?
One example: A man posing as an art dealer was caught listening to the Numbers Station OLX when the police swooped 
down on his hideout. He was working for Czech intelligence, infiltrating Jewish groups in the west. He was caught 
in the act of transcribing his instructions.
 What do people use to hear them?
You do not need any special equipment to listen to numbers Stations; any standard Shortwave radio will do.
 How far do Numbers Stations reach?
Numbers Stations can be heard on every part of the globe, 24 hours a day.
 Where do Numbers Stations transmit from?
Some of the transmitters have been located by enthusiasts with direction finding equipment (one was 'DF'd to 
Warrenton Virginia), but for the most part, transmitter locations are unknown.
 What do the numbers mean?
Numbers Stations messages are encrypted (scrambled) with a system known as a 'one time pad'. In the one time pad 
'cryptosystem' text messages are turned into groups of numbers by adding a specially generated random number to the 
'Plaintext' or original message. Only the people that have the 'pad' can decipher the message. This encryption method 
cannot be broken.
 Why do the Stations use music to identify themselves?
There are many questions like this, that remain unanswered, because no government will admit to transmitting Numbers. 
Its a mystery.
 Do Numbers Stations interfere with Air Traffic Control?
Yes. Numbers Stations have been known to interfere with essential radio services like Air Traffic Control and Shipping.
 How were the recordings collected?
A message was sent out onto the Internet, asking Shortwave listeners with tape archives to contribute to the project. 
We received tapes from all over the globe.
 How long have Numbers Stations been on the air?
For at least 30 years. Early messages took the form of strange sentences, spoken at the end of news broadcasts. 
Announcers were sometimes heard saying, 'For the benefit of our friends overseas: Peter has painted his fence red. I 
repeat, Peter has Painted his fence red'
 Why has there never been a major news article about Numbers Stations?
You tell us!
 Why don't spies just pick up the telephone, or use the Internet?
Spies cant use any form of wired communication because a wire has two ends, and from that, 'the enemy' can know that 
you are receiving communications on a regular basis. This is known as 'Traffic Analysis' and can reveal the activities 
of spies very easily since all international calls are monitored and all Internet traffic is word-scanned.

Social Context
The cold war is over. Defense spending is being wound down. Spying is on the increase. This is the contradiction that 
Numbers Stations present us with. Why is it, after the fall of the Berlin wall that the amount of Numbers Station 
traffic has increased? Logically it should have declined as everyone turns their efforts to peace and commerce.
 What is on the CD?
Over 80 different examples of Numbers Stations, all having different voices and callups. Go to 
http://www.ibmpcug.co.uk/~irdial/coneline.htm to hear examples of Numbers Stations.
 How Unique is the CD?
This CD set is absolutely unique. It is the first time that anyone has compiled a set of Numbers Station recordings for 
sale to the public.

 Keywords:
Espionage, CIA, KGB MOSSAD, Stasi, Cryptography, Internet, Spying, Berlin Wall, Communication,

 Bibliography:
ENIGMA: European Numbers Information Gathering and Monitoring Association Published quarterly. c/o 17/21 Chapel Street, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD1 5DT England Fax 44+1274+390725
The definitive source of current and accurate information on Numbers Stations
Mason, Simon, "Secret Signals: The Euronumbers Mystery" ISBN 0 936653 28 0 Published by Tiare Publications P.O. Box 493, Lake Geneva WI 53147 USA
Pierce, Langley, "Intercepting Numbers Stations" ISBN 0 9519783 4 9 Published by Interproducts, 8 Abbot Street, Perth Scotland PH2 0EB
Dyquetta, Robert M., "About The Spy Numbers Transmissions", Popular Communications, March, 1985, p.34-39. Observations about Numbers Stations, common formats, schedules.
Dyquetta, Robert M., "Remington Sub Types - Number Transmission Survey Report", Popular Communications, May, 1985, p.16-24. Results of a study of messages, and patterns of voice and CW transmissions.
Dyquetta, Robert M., "Spy Number Transmissions", Popular Communications, November, 1985, p.12-15. General discussion of Number Stations, with an emphasis on the history, and asking "why?".
Helms, Harry AA6FW, "Great Shortwave Riddles", Popular Communications, December, 1988, p.34-35. Discussion of KKN39, Number Stations, other unknown stations.
Helms, Harry AA6FW, "Shortwave Mysteries", Popular Communications, August, 1990, p.12-14. Discussion of 'The Foghorn', KKN50, Numbers Stations, other unknown stations.
Helms, Harry AA6FW, "Where The Shortwave Mysteries Are", Popular Communications, February, 1991, p.14-15. Discussion of Number Stations and pirates, with special emphasis on 6840 kHz, along with a listing of frequencies from the "Warrenton Training Center 'National Communications System Communication School's Authorized Frequency List'.
Kneitel, Tom, K2AES, "Strength In Numbers". Popular Communications, June, 1987, p.34-37. Photographs of the National Communication System, Warrenton, Virginia site, list of frequencies supposedly used by the school, with comments of observedNumbers Station activity on each frequency.
Orr, William I., "High Frequency Single Letter Beacons (SLBs) Part One.", Popular Communications, December, 1984, p.28-31. Analysis of SLB transmissions, possible locations, purposes.
Orr, William I., "High Frequency Single Letter Beacons (SLBs) Part Two.", Popular Communications, January, 1985, p.22-24. Continuation of article. Cluster Beacons discussed.
Schimmel, Don, "Secrets of Shortwave Espionage", Popular Communications, May, 1988, p.10-12. Discussion of techniques on how information could be transmitted to agents, disinformation by transmitting bogus messages.
Schimmel, Don, "Secrets of Shortwave Espionage Part Two", Popular Communications, June, 1988, p.10-12. Continuation of article, discussion of various formats used for transmissions.
Schimmel, Don, "Tracking Those Numbers Stations", Popular Communications, March, 1995, p.32-34. Discussion of Russian RTTY Numbers Stations.
. http://irdial.hyperreal.org/the+conet+project/ .

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