RussOFDM logs


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Russian OFDM Logs (Antonio, I56578 SWL)


This is not the result of a systematic monitoring but just a grouping of my logs sorted by frequency and OFDM waveform/modem; so it doesn't claim to be complete or to provide a sort of schedule for such transmissions. Very poor information about CIS/Russian protocols and modems can be found in the web and it is worth noting that in Russia today there is a large replacement of HF equipment and installations: I only know a few links and this is one of these: 
http://oniip.ru/en/produkcia/list.php?SECTION_ID=165
Analysis of the Russian OFDM waveforms can be found in this blog (see tag OFDM or CIS-xxx) and in radioscanner pages:
http://signals.radioscanner.ru/base/ofdm_cofdm/ 

About the users... more or less reliable it can be argued that "SERDOLIK" waveforms family is used by the CIS/Russian Diplomatic networks. 
It should also be understood that a same modem can be used by various agencies, depending on the offered features (such as resistance encryption algorithms and the like): for example, the "old" AT-3004 modem is used by both civilian and military agencies and there are options for the export markets in Latin America and Middle East. Actually, the situation is similar to NATO standards: we log several 188-141 2G-ALE transmissions but the particular user can be identified only by the callsigns.


Notes:
1) CIS-12 AT-3004D (aka MS5, fire) is not considered as an OFDM waveform and so those logs are not reported here.
2) Frequencies are USB, times in UTC.


--> Last update August 31, 2017 <--

Frequencies
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06792.0 08165.0 09070.0 09107
10210.0 10241.0 10565.0 10980.0
11032.0 11081.0 11162.0 11424.0 11469.0
12120.0 12121.0 12143.0 12146.0 12164.0 12173.0 12193.0 12209.0 12898.0
13370.0 13373.0 13417.0 13538.0 13539.0 13547.0 13841.0 13856.0 13858.5 13940.0 
14259.0 14357.0 14390.0 14442.0 14460.0 14557.0 14642.0 14643.0 14713.2 14750.0
14856.0 14827.0 14898.0 14974.0 
15622.2 15643.0 15660.0 15680.0 15680.0 15731.0 15812.0 15864.0 
16103.0 16203.0 16214.0 16227.0 16230.0 16241.0 16255.0 16287.0 16311.0 16341.0
16342.0 16643.0 16810.0  
17422.0 17434.0 17495.0 17513.0 17540.0  
18038.0 18241.0 18553.0 18720.0 19284.0   
19305.0 19400.0 19864.0  
20964.0

SERDOLIK OFDM 35-tone DQPSK
===========================
11469.0 1425 SERDOLIK OFDM 35-tone
13547.0 1016 SERDOLIK OFDM 35-tone
14390.0 0815 SERDOLIK OFDM 35-tone
14442.0 1220 SERDOLIK OFDM 35-tone
14750.0 0650 SERDOLIK OFDM 35-tone
15864.0 0916 SERDOLIK OFDM 35-tone

CIS-45 HDR modem OFDM 45-tone
(version-1 BPSK 33.33Bd 62.5Hz - version-2 π/4-DQPSK 40Bd 62.5Hz)
=================================================================
08165.0 1700  CIS-45 v2
09070.0 0900 CIS-45 v2
11032.0 0630,0645 CIS-45 v2
11081.0 0740,0800 CIS-45 v1
11162.0 0900 CIS-45 v1
11424.0 1022 CIS-45 v1
12164.0 1005 CIS-45 v1
12209.0 0840 CIS-45 v2
13370.0 1135 CIS-45 v1
13373.0 0807 CIS-45 v2
13538.0 0640 CIS-45 v2
13841.0 1420 CIS-45 v2
14642.0 1425 CIS-45 v1
14827.0 1230 CIS-45 v1/v2
14974.0 1315 CIS-45 v2
15643.0 0725 CIS-45 v2
14662.0 1425 CIS-45 v1
14856.0 0930 CIS-45 v1
15680.0 0835,1140 CIS-45 v1
15731.0 0816 CIS-45 v2
15812.0 0705 CIS-45 v1
16103.0 1300,1320,1520 CIS-45 v1/v2
16203.0 0930 CIS-45 v1
16214.0 1045 CIS-45 v1
16230.0 1410 CIS-45 v1/v2
16241.0 1305 CIS-45 v1
16287.0 1136 CIS-45 v2
16341.0 0930 CIS-45 v2
17434.0 1405 CIS-45 v2
17513.0 1430 CIS-45 v1
18038.0 1035, 1422 CIS-45 v1/v2
18553.0 1250 CIS-45 v1
18720.0 1202 CIS-45 v1
19305.0 1300 CIS-45 v1
19864.0 1400 CIS-45 v2

CIS-60 HDR modem OFDM 60-tone
(π/4-DQPSK 30Bd 44.44Hz - π/8-DPSK-8 35.5Bd 44.44Hz)
====================================================

09107.0 1420 CIS-60
10241.0 0825 CIS-60
10565.0 0830 CIS-60
12143.0 0810 CIS-60
12209.0 0930 CIS-60
12898.0 0915 CIS-60
13370.0 0600 CIS-60
13539.0 0540 CIS-60
14259.0 0550,0710,0815 CIS-60
14357.0 1308 CIS-60
14557.0 0750,0815,0830,1220 CIS-60
16810.0 0710,0820 CIS-60
18241.0 0720 CIS-60

CIS-112 modem OFDM 112-tone π/4-DQPSK 22.22Bd 25.6Hz
====================================================
06792.0 1828 CIS-112
10210.0 1340 CIS-112
10980.0 1135 CIS-112
11081.0 1255 CIS-112
12121.0 0840 CIS-112
12193.0 1310 CIS-112
13373.0 1155 CIS-112
13417.0 0917 CIS-112
13940.0 0745 CIS-112
14390.0 0645,0820 CIS-112
14643.0 0830 CIS-112
14898.0 0938 CIS-112
15680.0 0710 CIS-112
16103.0 1244,1430 CIS-112
16311.0 0638,0655 CIS-112
16342.0 1400 CIS-112
16643.0 0835 CIS-112
17422.0 1244 CIS-112
17495.0 0645 CIS-112
17540.0 1405 CIS-112
19400.0 0655 CIS-112
20964.0 0815 CIS-112

CIS-128 modem OFDM 128-tone (64+64) QAM-16, PSK-8
(broadband waveform: 6KHz bandwidth)
=======================================================
11018.2 0635 CIS-128
12120.0 0720 CIS-128
12146.0 0805 CIS-128
12173.0 0718 CIS-128 broadband
13856.0 1245 CIS-128
13858.5 0740 CIS-128 broadband
14460.0 0955 CIS-128
14713.2 1150 CIS-128 
15622.2 1335 CIS-128
15660.0 0745 CIS-128 broadband
16255.0 0825 CIS-128
19284.0 0830 CIS-128 broadband 


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