1. Popovka SW broadcasting center near Leningrad (St. Petersburg) in Russia, used in 1971-1988 for cross-border jamming of the RFE/RL Polish language programs.
2. Balashikha local radio jamming station (15x20 kW) near Moscow.
3. Panevėžys local radio jamming station (10x5 kW) in Lithuania.
4. Communications receivers "R-399A" (USSR), used in the 80's for tracking of the jamming targets.
5. In 1971-1980 the Polish language programs of RFE were jammed from the USSR with a nonstop music, sent from Warsaw.
6. Tape-decks "Tembr" for playback of the "speech-like" audio signal, used for jamming in the USSR in 1976-1988.
7. Tower of the local radio jamming station in Tallinn, Estonia.
8. 2.5/5 kW SW communications radio transmitters "Viaz-M2" at the local radio jammer near Panevėžys in Lithuania.
9. 100 kW SW "Tesla" transmitters near Warsaw were shortly tested for jamming of the RFE Polish programs in December of 1970.
10. Standard multi-wire broadband "VGDSh" type dipole, used for ground wave jamming in the USSR.
11. Communications receivers "Krot-M" (USSR), used for tracking of the jamming targets in the 50's and 60's.
12. 2.5/5 kW SW communications radio transmitters "Viaz-M2" (USSR), used at the local radio jamming stations in the late 70's and 80's.
13. Antenna field of the SW radio station near Lidzbark Warminski in Poland, used for cross-border sky wave jamming, beamed to the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia and Bulgaria.
14. Radio monitoring station of the local radio jamming station ("Object Nr. 600") was located in this house of Vilnius, Lithuania
15. Vertical curtain array SW antennas, used for the long-distance sky wave jamming.
16. MW jamming modulator "Zenit-M" at Sitkūnai radio center in Lithuania.
17. 2.5/5 kW SW communications radio transmitters "KV-5" (USSR), used for the local jamming in the 50's and 60's.
18. Demolition of the Vilnius (Lithuania) radio jammer on April 29, 1989.
19. Standard 88.5 m tower of the Soviet local radio jamming stations.
20. Device for playback of the "speech-like" jamming audio signal.
21. Radio monitoring operator at her workplace in "control and correction post" of Kaunas city local radio jamming station in Lithuania.
22. Transmitter building of the "Object Nr. 603" in Kaunas, Lithuania.
23. Synopsis of the professional training courses for the jamming operators.
24. 500 kW MW transmitter "Vikhr" was a reserve unit for jamming at Sitkūnai radio station in Lithuania.
25. Building of the former monitoring station of the cross-border radio jamming operations in Poland, 40 km East of Warsaw.
26. Vertical whip antenna, used for monitoring of sky-wave jamming in Poland.
27. Racal "RA-1772" (UK) communications receivers, used for tracking of the jamming targets in the 70's and 80's at the receiving station near Warsaw.
28. Transmitter technician and equipment at the "Object Nr. 600" in Vilnius, Lithuania. Late 70's.
29. Sky-wave jammer near Kashi in Xinjian province, western China (39N20/75E46): one of 13 rotatible Thales ALLISS antennas with 500 kW Thales TSW2500 transmitters.
30. Soviet sky-wave jamming from Gavar (near Yerevan) in Armenia, Object Nr. 808: frequency - 17600 kHz, transmitter power - 1000 kW, antenna type - HR4/3/.5, azimuth - 315°, 10:00 UTC, June. Max. field strength median in Poland - 68.9 dBu. Calculation was made using VOA-CAP software.
31. RFE/RL's Polish service, broadcasting from Gloria (near Lisbon) in Portugal: frequency - 17600 kHz, transmitter power - 250 kW, antenna type - HR4/4/1, azimuth - 45°, 10:00 UTC, June. Max. field strength median in Poland - 62.8 dBu. Calculation was made using VOA-CAP software.
32. Jamming Object No 600, Vilnius. SW transmitters "KV-5".
33. Jamming Object No 61, Klaipėda. Vertical "VGDSh" dipoles.
34. Vilnius/Nemėžis receiving station. Receivers "R-250 M2" (USSR) and "AR-88" (USA).
35. Rhombic, "VGD" dipole antennas and feeder lines at Vilnius/Nemėžis receiving station.
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