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TM OPERATOR’S RECEIVER-TRANSMITTER (RT) (RT- Series) · RT Model Differences (Distinguishing Features)* · Figure The RT series of radio sets have been designed to survive the You should read the Operator’s Manual TM and be. Receiver-Transmitter (RT) (RTE). Figure Vehicular Radio Components TM Figure SINCGARS Radio Components

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It is performed only as part of an RXMT operation. It sends your position with each message. Conduct Hot Start Net Opening This is the principal method used for net openings; operators load all required data and sync time and, at the prescribed net opening time, call the NCS and enter the secure.

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Reload sync time, cont 2 Is traffic now heard? FH data will not load. Skip this step if unit SOP or the tactical situation prohibits transmitting. When first turned on, the PLGR may take as long as 15 minutes to acquire satellites. This responsibility includes controlling access to the net, maintaining an informal record of which stations are in the net, and ensuring that messages are as brief as possible and use proper language.

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Enter Group and scroll to the SOI item desired. If you must full extend the long antenna near power lines, power line poles or towers, or buildings with overhead power line connections, never come closer than two times the antenna height from the base of the power line, pole tower, or building. Cable is damaged and cannot be used. Steps to be taken are the same for other categories of SOI information. Prepare to perform RXMT mission b. These are to be performed in the order listed in the PMCS table.


Enter the organization which issues the property. The numbers in parentheses show equivalent pounds and inches. RT display changes to ON. While the Cold Start method works, experience has shown that coordination requirements and operator actions make it a more demanding process than the Hot Start method.

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When two OE antennas are used with the same vehicle, as during RXMT operations for example, it is essential that they be separated as far possible. You may or may not hear any noise. There are four STU tasks which enable an NCS or communications specialist to transfer classified data over unlimited distances via commercial or military telephone circuits.

Frequency Hopping FH Data Clear and load new Julian Date; clear and load new hours and minutes. They did not even scan it Unit loadset composition may be left to the discretion of each operator, but it is normally prescribed by the unit SOP to 15223e that all operators have the same information and can readily contact other nets in the loadset. These settings will need to change as operationally necessary. 11523e button is used to cause program being used to return to the preceding display.


FH data will not load.

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Only the CT position is normally used in t, operations. The insert will insure that fill will be retained during periods that vehicular power is turned off listening silence or other mission requirements. For practical purposes, the following coverage of jamming includes both situations.

On the other hand, each net is assigned its tj Net ID. When it does, the operator must then manually load Julian Date and sync time into the radio. A 6 could mean power exhaustion for a manpack NCS operator. For example, if you load 4 numbers of a SC frequency and then pause for more than 7 seconds, the display will go blank, and you will have to start over.

RT display will show the number you entered, and scanning will begin. The importance of using the prescribed two-digit Julian Date is when there are other FH nets operating and you may need to contact them or they may need to contact you.

See Primary Operator Task 4 for details.