Aired 24 hours a day and steadily 7 days a week since 1982 until now, MDZhB has been a weirdly successful station. It usually plays dull, monotonous tunes, followed by a fog alarm every few seconds.
Occasionally, about once or twice a week, someone would utter random Russian phrases like “dinghy” or “farming specialist”.
Radio mystery MDZhB mystery has attracted a lot of radio enthusiasts from around the world for decades. Of course there are many interesting theories surrounding this radio, for example its purpose might be to trigger nuclear war or communicate with aliens.
However, up to now, no one has revealed the mystery about this radio station.
Until now the news about MDZhB radio was that it could be broadcast from two locations in Russia, one in Petersburg and the other in Moscow. The station operates at a relatively low frequency or “shortwave” and it can travel very long distances. So anyone in the world can hear it by tuning it to 4625kHz.
The most plausible of all the hypotheses is that the MDZhB acts as a “Dead hand” signal. In the event of a nuclear strike on Russia, the station will stop broadcasting and trigger an emergency response to respond. Such systems have been in development since the time of the Soviet Union and, according to many experts, may continue to be used.
In fact, President Putin has repeatedly stressed that no one will survive a nuclear war between Russia and the US.
Another popular theory is that the MDZhB is “The Buzzer”, a means of communicating with illegal Russian spy networks around the world. However, this sounds unreasonable because other than male or female voices, there is nothing more than squeaky sounds like bees flying.
But there is also the argument that such shy sounds are just a way to distract and the radio will only work when an incident occurs or to transmit commands in Russian spy networks and the military. this country.
Māris Goldmanis, a radio enthusiast revealed to the BBC: “In 2013, they released a special message called COMMAND 135 ISSUED. This is supposed to be a combat readiness test message.”
For now, the true purpose and location of the MDZhB remains a mystery. Some believe it came from a swamp outside the city of St. Petersburg, home to many radio towers, abandoned buildings and power lines.
Refer to Odditycentral