Spy Numbers Stations
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Spy Numbers Stations are shortwave radio stations that are speculated to have been broadcasting since World War I. The true origin and purpose of them are unknown. A popular theory is that these stations are intended for spies in the field using a One Time Pad. Another theory is that they are used in drug smuggling operations.
Active Spy Numbers Stations
Inactive Spy Numbers Stations
Parody Spy Numbers Stations
- Numbers Station (Wikipedia)
- The Conet Project (Wikipedia)
- Conet Project downloads
- Spy Numbers
- Simon Mason's website
- Langley Pierce: "Intercepting Numbers Stations", Interproducts, Perth, UK, ISBN 0-9519783-4-9, 1994.
- Havana Moon: "Uno, Dos, Cuatro - A Guide to the Numbers Stations", Tiare Publications, Lake Geneva, ISBN 0-936653-06-X, 1987
- Simon Mason: Secret Signals (The Euronumbers Mystery), Tiare Publications, ISBN 0-936653-28-0.
- Harry L. Helms: "How To Tune The Secret Shortwave Spectrum", TAB Books, ISBN 0-8306-1185-1, 1981.
- Don Schimmel: "The Underground Frequency Guide", HighText, ISBN 1-878707-17-5, 1994
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