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KY-65 is a voice encryption mechanism designed to work with HF Radio communications.

KY-65 uses the Parkhill encryption protocol, which works by dividing the 300 to 3,000 Hz voice frequency range into 9 sub bands, each 300 Hz wide. The signal in any of these 9 ranges can encrypted and/or inverted. This results in 18 points that can be changed 9 times or 18!/(18-9)! = 17.6 billion "keys". Note that the key is a fixed permutation of the sub bands and does not change with time like the more modern voice encryption systems, so no date - time input is needed.

Users of KY-65