UBV-76 Tea buzzer: El secret de the signal de radio more enigmatic de History
24 de November de 1997, en full Christmas el cold extend su mantle frozen over a group de radio amateurs that indifferent al terrible winter was from en search of a mysterious signal, un monotonous buzz that never cease Tras pass throughout el day to la outdoor think en to give up but, a the 22:00 PM el mysterious whistle ceases and Oyen a voice feminine that Pronounce en Russian the following words:
Ya UVB-76. 180 08 74 27 99 BROMAL 14. Boris, Roman, Olga, Mikhail, Anna, Larisa. 7 4 2 7 9 9 1 4
At last his search had succeeded had found convincing evidence of the existence of UBV-76 THE BUZZER: the secret of the most enigmatic radio signal in history.
2.What is the Buzzer?
But the question that should be popping up in your mind right now is this. What is the Buzzer ?. What is this mysterious buzz that has intrigued the entire world?
From the 70 years a short, intense and anodyne buzzing followed very occasionally, of a background music and distant voices with a Russian accent, travels the world. The repetition of this ring is given to an average of 25 pulses per minute for 23 hours and 10 minutes per day from the frequency 4.607 kHz (AM). welcome to Tea Buzzer.
The first testimony of its existence dates back to the 1982 year when a group of amateurs captured by chance a strange short wave emission in the frequency 4.607 kHz (AM). It was a sinister beep that lasted around 2 seconds.
24 December 1997 is when, the radio amateurs that we discussed at the beginning of the video, captured the first broadcast with human voices becoming part of the myth to the mystery folklore.
Then, you could be asking yourself where did this strange emission start? Where was the center of the enigma that disturbed the minds of hundreds of thousands of people?
3.Location of the UBV-76 signal
Well, the answer is simple, after discovering the first signal with voice of The Buzzer, by triangulation was located the area where the mysterious signs began: The station named UVB-76 in Povarovo, 30 kilometers from the capital Moscow.
4.Changes in The Buzzer
But the thing did not stay here. Because, from its official discovery, mysterious changes in the emission began to occur:
The November 3 of the 2001 was heard a conversation in Russian between a man and a woman who said the following: -I am the 143 I do not receive the oscillator and an answer with a female voice: -That comes from the room of operations. The researchers attribute it to an improper activation of a micro.
21 of February of the 2006: A strange voice appears in the emission reciting a cryptic message that says thus: 75-59-75-59. 39-52-53-58. 5-5-2-5. Konstantin-1-9-0-9-0-8-9-8-Tatiana-Oksana-Anna-Elena-Pavel-Schuka. Konstantin 8-4. 9-7-5-5-9-Tatiana. Anna Larisa Uliyana-9-4-1-4-3-4-8
But, in the 2010, it was when the most important event occurred in the strange phenomenon of The Buzzer. The famous 4chan website, announced an event that occurred on September 2 that same year. That day the following could be heard on the UVB-76 station:
It is a fragment of the mythical symphony of Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake. In addition, a female voice could be heard reciting 1 numbers
to the 9, with a rhythm that seemed to indicate a Morse code. After that, there was a change of location of the station, abandoning its original place in Povarovo and adopting an unknown location so far. The Buzzer continues to elude us, where could I be again?
Mystery lovers suspect that it can be found in the Russian city of Pskov, near the border with Estonia, but its new location remains an unknown.
This change of season could occur according to several hypotheses due to changes in the military structure of the Russian Army or because of the excessive interest that was awakening worldwide and could compromise the national security of Russia. I'm getting ahead of your question because I'm sure you're thinking ...
What is the purpose of The Buzzer? What is it for? What is its purpose? These questions ignite networks and there are theories of all kinds, we will see the most important.
At first, what was thought was that it could be a loop or a pre-recorded signal. But, all this was ruled out, when it was possible to verify that the sinister buzzing originated manually.
One of the theories that has more followers is that, the Buzzer is one of the mechanisms that make up the Perimetr System, known as the dead hand. It was created in 1985 by the USSR, as a method of defense against the Reagan doctrine of "Star Wars". In case of surprise nuclear attack, Perimetr sends signals to the ballistic missile facilities to unleash a devastating nuclear counterattack. Following this approach, from the moment the buzz stops emitting, it would be a signal for the ballistic and intercontinental missile units to unleash a defensive response.
Another hypothesis that has been endorsed by the Ulcers Geophysical Observatory, an institution financed by the Russian government, says that it is about scientific observations to check the changes that occur in the ionosphere.
But, probably the most logical thing is that it is a communication system of the Russian Army, to send orders and encrypted messages to the troops located in the Western Military District, without being detected by the enemy. In addition, the incessant buzz dissuades any opponent's attempts to use the often since, it seems that it is permanently occupied. It makes sense because Russia concentrates most of its military forces in this area and needs to protect its communications.
They have passed more than 40 years of its discovery, and today, we know nothing of its purpose only mere hypotheses. Will the mystery be revealed some day? We do not know, but there is something that we can say for sure, UVB- 76, The Buzzer will continue its eternal buzz ...