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Here is a list of known Russian strategic voice net frequencies on shortwave.
The stations sends messages in number and monolith format. See the information of the Russian military message types here.
Some of the frequencies have special markers to keep the frequency in constant use. Others don’t.
Usual message example in Russian numbers and phonetics:
 СЕКРЕТ-39 37649 ЦИКАДА 35219675 (SEKRET-39 37649 CIKADA 35219675)
Frequencies in kHz
3218.5/6930 callsign Katok-65 
3756 Rostov na Donu. 72th communications center or Southern District communications center. Callsign 8S1Ch Known as Pip.
3828  Possibly Rostov na Donu. 72th communications center or Southern District comunications cemter. Callsign  Alfa-45 Known as the Squeeky wheel
3950/4960 Novorossiysk communications hub
4325.9 Central Military Distrcit command center Ekaterinburg. CW Marker. Callsign Plovets-41
4476 Vetka 31
4524 callsing Sosna-2 
4590 Callsign WEGI. Messages on CW. Sends morse code message 5 to 10 minutes before message on buzzer.
4621 Callsign WEGI. Messages in CW. Same as above
4625/6998  Western Militarty Distric command center, Naro-Fominsk near Moscow and Kerro near St. Peterburg. Callsign MDZhB also known as Buzzer
4804 Goretz-81
5095 Callsing MDV. Messages in CW.
5182 Orel. 336th Russian Radio technical regiment. Callsingn Bereza-2 With sound marker.
5292  possibly 6th joint army staff, at Sudak communication hub, Agalatovo.Callsingn Fazan-37 Sound Marker present. 
Note: this information can change at any time
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