The complex "Saturn- MS" was put into operation in July 1966 . A radio transmitter, "Saturn -MS " has been designed to operate in the UHF band by transmitting via the F-200P antenna with a mirror diameter of 25 m and receiving via a KTNA-200 with a mirror diameter of 25 m. These antennas are used for management of lunar and interplanetary space stations . To control low-flying objects, including manned objects, they used a two-way F-30C radio
antenna with a mirror diameter of 8 m. The radio link allows you to perform trajectory measurements, measure a range, measure radial velocity, and measure the difference between the radial velocity and angular positions. Also it transfers commands and program information and receives telemetric information by photo television images and proof of passing commands to produce a reconciliation of board time to surface.