Jochen Schäfer shows why he is the "Kopf" or head of the German number station scene with an amazing array of historical recordings on cassette. 

Thanks for sharing them with us Jochen.

See also:
S5-Czech Station OLX
S15/S16-Czech Station OLX
G16- "2 Letter Station" YL/GG BND

G16 “Bravo Quebec” (USB), recorded with microphone on 3 FEB 81, 0930 UTC on 7752 kHz, with background noises the dining-room, where my little sister was in. 

G16 “November India” (USB), recorded with microphone on 1 JAN 81, 1100 UTC on 7752 kHz.

G16 “Tango Papa” (USB), recorded  in summer 1988, 1300 UTC on 11545 kHz. 

G16 “Zulu Delta”, recorded with microphone in Feb 1980, 1700 UTC (weak, but readable) with background noises from a previous recording, which my machine couldn’t erase properly. 

S05 OLX “021” (very old version of the 70's). 

S05 OLX “108” (very old version of the 70s). 

G05 with intro for “780”, recorded on 28 JUN 81, 0800 UTC on 7410 kHz (with G16 “Alpha Lima” on neighbouring 7404 kHz).

G16 “Lima Alpha”, recorded on 28 NOV 81, 1430 UTC on 11545 kHz with background noises from a previous recording, which my machine couldn’t erase properly. 

G16 “Alpha Golf”, recorded with microphone on 12 DEC 81, 1730 UTC on 9450 kHz (with Russian folk music).

G16 “Oscar Lima”, recorded on 13 DEC 81, 1030 UTC on 12210 kHz. 

G16 “Alpha Uniform” (German version) (USB), recorded in November 1985 on 6370 kHz. 

G16 “Alpha Victor” (USB), recorded on 16 DEC 81, 1430 UTC on 11545 kHz, again with background noises from a previous recording.

G16 “Golf Charlie”, recorded with microphone on 4 NOV 81, 1730 UTC on 9450 kHz (with the Russian service of Radio Moscow – speech and folk music). 

G16 “Tango India”, recorded on 4 DEC 81, 1300 UTC on 9450 kHz (with “Radio Moscow World Service” and news from “cold war” era). 

G16 “Alpha Lima”, recorded  on 27 DEC 81, 0800 UTC on 7404 kHz. 

G16 “India Oscar” (USB), recorded on 10 JAN 82, 1600 UTC, again with background noises from a previous recording, made by a young Jochen, turning (“boinging”) a round tea-pot cap on an oven with self-made hand-clapping afterwards (the word “boinging” is an own creation to describe the sound of it). Smile

G16 “Bravo Uniform”, recorded on 16 JAN 82, 1500 UTC on 9450 kHz (with tone and news from “Radio Moscow World Service”). 

G16 “November Quebec” (USB), recorded  on 24 JAN 82, 0800 UTC on 9202 kHz (background music from a previous recording.

G16 “Kilo Romeo”, recorded also on 24 JAN 82, 0900 UTC on 7740 kHz (background noises from a previous recording with music and traffic news). 

G16 “Juliet Bravo”, recorded in April 1982, 1930 UTC 

S05 OLX “204” (first one with the version of the 80's), recorded on 19 FEB 85 in the morning (presumably 1100 UTC). 

G16 “Foxtrot Zulu”, recorded with microphone in summer 1983 in the evening (presumably 1700 UTC) (first recording of a station with only 4 tones)

G16 “Tango Echo”, recorded in July 1986, 2000 UTC on 9450 kHz (weak, but readable). 

G16 “Echo Romeo” (USB), recorded in summer 1983, 0530 UTC on 7404 kHz

G16 “Mike Uniform”, recorded in summer 1985. 

S05 OLX “801”, recorded also in summer 1985. 

S15 “239”, recorded also in summer 1985. 

S05 OLX “307”, recorded in autumn 1985 in the morning. 

S05 OLX “108”, recorded in autumn 1985, 0755 UTC on 5953 kHz. 

G16 “Papa Bravo”, recorded in autumn 1985, 1030 UTC on 5770 kHz (with a short break within the transmission).

G16 “Kilo Whisky”, recorded in autumn 1985, 0530 UTC on 9450 kHz. 

S15 OLX “158”, recorded in autumn 1985, 0755 UTC on 5953 kHz. 

G16 “Zulu Tango”, recorded in summer 1985 in the evening (presumable 2000 UTC). 

G16 “Alpha Mike” (USB), recorded in autumn 1985, 1400 UTC on 7740 kHz; S05 OLX “407”, rec. in autumn 1985 in the morning (presumable 0655 UTC on 5760 kHz); 

G16 “Papa Romeo”, recorded in July 1985, 2100 UTC on 5760 kHz.

S05 OLX “082”, recorded in autumn 1985. 

G16 “Charlie November”, recorded in October 1985 in the morning (presumable 0800 UTC) on 5770 kHz. 

G16 “Oscar Tango”, recorded in autumn 1985 in the evening on 9450 kHz (weak, but readable). 

S15 OLX “871”, recorded in autumn 1985. 

S15 OLX “827”, recorded in April 1986. 

G16 “Foxtrot Bravo", recorded in summer 1987 in the evening (presumably 2000 or 2100 UTC) on 9450 kHz. 

S05 OLX “039”, recorded in May 1986. 

G16 “Uniform India” (USB) / “Alpha Lima” (AM) on the same freq 5770 kHz, recorded in May 1986, 0800 UTC (a further nice example for “Mistakes and Bloopers”). 

G16 “Uniform Golf”, recorded in July 1986 in the afternoon (presumably 1300 UTC) on 7740 kHz. 

G16 “Zulu Golf”, presumably in July 1986 in the evening (most likely 2000 or 2100 UTC) on 5770 kHz. 

G16 “Uniform Lima”, recorded in August 1986 in the evening. 

S05 “804” (first recording with new voice), recorded in September 1986. 

S05 “039”, recorded  also in September 1986. 

S05 “082”, recorded in October 1986 (it’s the same station, which was used some years later by the German electro-pop band “Okay”; this piece was sent in by Patty Ahrend for the 1st edition of the competition). 

S05 “108”, recorded in October 1986, presumably at 0759 UTC on 5953 kHz

S05 OLX “407”, recorded in autumn 1986, presumably 0655 UTC. 

S15 OLX “239”, recorded also in autumn 1986. 

S05 OLX “801”, recorded also in autumn 1986. 

S15 OLX “721”, recorded in Jan 1987. 

S15 “158”, recorded also in Jan 1987, 0855 UTC on 5953 kHz. 

S15 “842”, recorded also in Jan 1987

E10 voice variant with string “CIO1Q” (USB), recorded with microphone also in Jan 1987 (weak, but readable)

S05 OLX “204”, recorded also in Jan 1987. 

S05 OLX “052”, rec. early 1987. 

S05 OLX “807” with rapid dots before, recorded in August 1987 (the other Morse is from background, from a previous recording, which my machine couldn’t erase properly. 

S05 OLX “106”, recorded also in August 1987; 

G16 “Charlie Tango”, recorded in September 1987 in the evening. 

G16 “Lima Echo” (USB – with TV QRM), recorded in Jan 1988 in the evening. 

S15 OLX “221” with dots, recorded at the end of Jan 1988 (background music from recording before).

S15 OLX “323” with dots, recorded in Feb 1988 in the afternoon on a frequency in the 31-meter band

E10 voice variant with string “VLB 70710”, recorded in March 1988. 

G16 “Uniform Foxtrot”, recorded in April 1988 in the evening (presumably 2000 or 2100 UTC) on 5770 kHz. 

S05 OLX “201”, also recorded in April 1988 in the evening. 

G16 “Zulu Papa”, recorded in April 1988 in the evening (presumably 2000 or 2100 UTC) on 5770 kHz

G16 “Sierra Tango”, recorded in April 1988 in the evening. 

S05 OLX “120”, recorded in April 1988 in the evening.

S05 OLX “206”, recorded also in April 1988 in the evening. 

S05 OLX “802”, recorded in April 1988 in the evening

G16 “Delta Foxtrot”, recorded in April 1988, 0500 UTC on 9450 kHz (weak, but readable). 

S05 OLX “303”, recorded in May 1988 on the same frequency as “323”.

G16 “Alpha Bravo” (USB), recorded on 21 MAY 88, 1400 UTC on 12210 kHz.

S15 OLX “872”, recorded in summer 1988.

S05 “709”, recorded in June 1988.

S15 “827” with dots, recorded in Dec 1988 in the evening on 5770 kHz.

S05 OLX “092”, recorded in Dec 1988.

G16 “Lima Alpha” (USB) (first synthetic recording), recording on 31 DEC 88, 1430 UTC on 9450 kHz (near Voice of Turkey).

G16 “Charlie November” (USB), recorded in early Jan 1989 in the morning (with Russian QSO).

G16 “Lima Golf”, recorded 4 JAN 89, 0900 UTC on 7740 kHz with exactly the same tones as “Kilo Golf” on your homepage.

G16 “Victor Bravo” (USB), recorded one day earlier, 0930 UTC on 7740 kHz, again with exactly the same tones.

G16 “Papa Bravo”, recorded in early Jan 1989, 1030 UTC on 7404 kHz.

S15 OLX “192”, recorded also in early Jan 1989.

G16 “Delta Foxtrot”, recorded also in early Jan 1989, presumably 0500 UTC on 9450 kHz.

G16 “Juliet Bravo” (USB), recorded in March 1989 in the evening on 9325 kHz.

S05 OLX “021”, recorded in June 1989.

G16 “Yankee Sierra”, recorded also in June 1989;

G16 “Charlie Tango”, recorded also in June 1989 in the evening (presumably 2000 or 2100 UTC) on 7404 kHz.

G16 “Bravo Uniform”, recorded in July 1989, 0700 UTC on a freq in the 25 meter band (weak, but readable).

G16 “Uniform India” (USB), recorded  in August 1989 in the morning.

G16 “Uniform Foxtrot”, recorded also in August 1989.

G16 “Juliet Uniform”, recorded  also in August 1989.

G16 “Kilo Romeo”, recorded with microphone in June 1990, 0900 UTC on 7740 kHz.

S15 “249”, recorded  also in June 1990 in the morning.