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  • Agenda:Discuss the agenda as you see fit.
  • Classroom Rules:Discuss the classroom rules as you see fit. Be sure to know exactly where the restrooms are located.
  • TM:Discuss the TM as you see fit. Possibly go over that they must be ordered through their units supply.
  • Operator Tasks:Discuss the Operator Tasks as you see fit.
  • Practical Exercise:Discuss the practical exercise as you see fit.
  • The frequency range of this radio is 30 MHz to 87.975 MHz. The channel spacing is 25 KHz so it has 2320 separate frequencies that it can use. Weight 7.6 LBs radio.Sincgars (ASIP = Advanced System Improvement Program) Radio:Antenna connector: carefully insert and eject antenna from connector to not break rod. Do not spit in the connectors. You can use commo gel, chap stick, or moisture from breathe.Function Knobs: Off (completely disconnects from its power source and no memory is retained. All data is lost.), Z (zero. Erases radio’s memory), REM (remote), RXMT (retransmission), SQ On & Off (squelch on eliminates the white noise that would be heard constantly), LD (load. Used to load data to the radio.), TST (test. These radios have a self diagnostics function which tests all circuits.), STBY (standby. Power is cut off but the radio’s memory is retained by a small 9 volt battery | HUB (Hold Up Battery))OFF, Z, and STBY are protected positions identified by the outlined box. Knob must be pulled out to enter that position.AUD/Fll (Audio Fill. Fill Device such as SKL.) & AUD/DATA (Audio Data. Handset)Monitor: Battery Indicator, PWR (power Low, Medium, High, Power Amp - PA), MODE (SC – Single Channel, FH Frequency Hop, FHM (FH Master), FH2 & FH2M), CHAN (channels 1-6, MAN (maintenance – where all the net initiation and maintenance functions are done) & CUE (distress channel. used to talk to NCS)), CMSC (communication security – PT Plain Text (not encrypted), CT Cipher Text (encrypted), RV (Receive Variable. NET control station can transmit to your radio.)Keypad: CMSC (communication security), RCU (remote control unit), SYNC (sync radio if more than 4 seconds but less than 1 minute), FREQ (frequency or backlight brightness – must be on SQ ON and use CHG to scroll through brightness), DATA (sending computer data over net), GPS (displays future use for GPS setting), SA (not used), ERF OFST (ECCM Remote Fill/Offset), CHG (change the data setting), CID (not used), LOUT (Lockout), TIME (to set time to Zulu time), MENU CLR (scrolls through menu options), LOAD, STO (store information in the memory of the radio), BATT CALL (tracks battery usage/call a remote radio like a phone), Life span of the lithium manpack battery is about 20/33 hours with a 9 to 1 receive to transmit ratio.
  • Radio Ranges:Discuss the radio ranges as you see fit. 200 meters = 656.1 feet | .124 miles (1/8)400 meters = 1312.34 feet | .248 miles (1/4)5 kilometers = 16,404.2 feet | 3.10 miles10 kilometers = 32,808.4 feet | 6.2 miles40 kilometers = 131,234 feet | 25 miles
  • Power Amplifier:Discuss the amplifier as you see fit. Type of electronic amplifier used to convert a low power radio frequency into a larger signal of significant power.
  • Sincgar Radio Configuration:Discuss the radio configuration as you see fit. Manpack used for dismounted troops.Long range | short range used for mounted troops.
  • Loudspeaker:Discuss the loudspeaker as you see fit.
  • CHECK ON LEARNING: which radio is the long range radio? Answer = none. There is no power amp on the mount.
  • Battery Safety:Discuss the battery safety as you see fit.
  • CHECK ON LEARNING: have students install battery, plug in antenna and handset, and finally test radio.
  • Standard Radio Net Call:Go over NET Control Station call sign.Explain how students call signs work: A10 through E30.Explain that students should use proper phonetic alphabet when speaking over radio. Example A10 would be Alpha One Zero. Alpha Bravo Charlie Delta Echo Foxtrot Golf Hotel India Juliett Kilo Lima Mike November Oscar Papa Quebec Romeo Sierra Tango Uniform Victor Whiskey X-Ray Yankee Zulu
  • NET Hot Start:Pick a student or have all students go through entering the NET. Explain why Net Control Station (NCS) would deny entry into the NET. Unknown call sign.Medevac transmission in progress.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Medevac Request:Discuss the Medevac request as you see fit.
  • Frequency Hopping:HOPSET: all radios have to have programmed into them a list of frequencies that they will have available to hop on.NET ID: Net Identification.TRANSEC: pattern the frequencies will hop on. Time of Day: the time consists of the last two digits of the Julian date and the hours and minutes are in Zulu time (GMT Greenwich Mean Time). As time pieces became more accurate and communication became global, there needed to be a point from which all other world times were based. The starting point was the “prime meridian” which is zero degrees and runs through Greenwich, England.The radio hops or tunes to a different frequency at a rate of over 100 times per second. If the radio is using a large number of frequencies which are spread out over its entire spectrum, the radio is almost impossible to detect, locate, jam or intercept. The combination of these 4 elements (HOPSET, NET ID, TRANSEC and Time) allow for frequency hopping to correctly take place.
  • Frequency Hopping:Demonstrate frequency hopping.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL):Discuss the SKL as you see fit.Replaces Automatic Net Control Device (ANCD) & Paper Standard Operating System (SOI).
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit. Each Crypto Ignition Key (CIK) is assigned to only one SKL until zeroed out.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit. Go over brightness buttons.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Simple Key Loader (SKL Components):Discuss the SKL components as you see fit.
  • Defense Advanced GPS Receiver (DAGR):Discuss the DAGR as you see fit.
  • Julian Date:Discuss the Julian Date as you see fit.
  • NET ID:Discuss the NET ID as you see fit.
  • NET ID:Discuss the NET ID as you see fit.
  • Standard Radio Check:Discuss the standard radio check as you see fit.
  • Perform Passive Late Net Entry:Discuss the Perform Passive Late NET Entry as you see fit.

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  • 1. FOUOCommunicate Via a Tactical Radio In aSecure NetMASTER
  • 2. FOUOClassroom rulesTask, Condition and StandardIntroduction to the radioSingle channel OperationsBreakRequesting Medical EvacuationFrequency Hopping conceptSimple Key Loader (SKL)Load COMSEC, FH DATA, Time using SKLBreakManually Load Time using DAGRChange Net ID #sPassive Late Net EntryBreakReviewPractical ExerciseAGENDA
  • 3. FOUO• TURN OFF CELL PHONES, EXCEPT KEY PERSONNEL(PLEASE PLACE ON VIBRATE)• NCOIC• BREAKS• NO FOOD, DRINK, TOBACCO OR GUM IN THE CLASSROOM• LATRINES• DO NOT WRITE ON TRAINING AIDESCLASSROOM RULES
  • 4. FOUOTASK: Communicate Via a Tactical Radio in a SecureNet. 113-637-2001 (SL1)CONDITION: In a classroom environment, given anoperational radio set with an SOI, fill device withappropriate fills, and fill cable, TM 11-5820-890-10-8, andan operational distant station.STANDARD: Establish voice communications with thedistant tactical radio/network within 15 minutes.REFERENCES:Required RelatedTM 11-5820-890-10-8 FM 24-18TM 11-5820-890-10-6 FM 24-19
  • 5. FOUOBEST AID TOHAVE WITHYOU!POCKET GUIDEProvide SINCGARSoperators a quickreference memoryjogger to assist intask performanceTM 11-5820-890-10-6
  • 6. FOUO1. Load Single Channel(SC) Frequencies intoSINCGARS Receiver/Transmitter(RT)2. Perform Hot Start Net Opening3. Load Communication Security(COMSEC),Frequency Hopping(FH) Data, Sync TimeUsing Simple Key Loader(SKL)4. Change Net ID5. Perform Passive Late Net EntryFIVE OPERATOR TASKS
  • 7. FOUO1. Primary Task 1: Load Single ChannelLoad Example Set 2 on SINCGARS ExtractTransmit MEDEVAC Request(On back of Practical Exercise)2. Primary Task 2: Frequency HoppingSTEP 1 - Load: COMSEC, FH Data, Time - Using SKL(see SKL cheat sheet)STEP 2 - Special Task 8: Change Net IDCh1 –F334 Ch2 –F380 Ch3 –F311Ch4 –F377 Ch5 –F844 Ch6 –F389STEP 3 - Time: Manually Load Time using DAGR(use cheat sheet on back of extract)Request a Radio CheckPRACTICAL EXERCISE
  • 8. FOUOSINGLE CHANNEL GROUND AND AIRBORNE RADIO SYSTEMSINCGARS ICOM RADIO
  • 9. FOUORT-1523_(C)/UFRONT PANELSINCGARS ICOM RADIOSINGLE CHANNEL GROUND AND AIRBORNE RADIO SYSTEM
  • 10. FOUOGROUND- Helmet, Goggles and Gloves are required while erecting any antennasystem- Helmet worn when working under the striking range of the antenna- RF cable should be removed from the RT during electrical storms,thunderstorms etc.VEHICLE- RT should be in STBY while the vehicle antenna is being secured,installed or raised to avoid a RF BURN.SHORT AND LONG WHIP ANTENNAS- Use caution to avoid eye injuries.ALL ANTENNASUse extreme caution around Power lines- Do not set antenna up within double the antenna length of power linesANTENNA SAFETY
  • 11. FOUOVOICE TRANSMISSION MAXIMUM PLANNING RANGESTYPE RADIO RF SWITCH POSITION PLANNING RANGEMANPACK/VEHICULAR LO (Low)M (Medium)HI (High)200 M - 400 M400 M - 5 KM5 KM - 10 KMVEHICULAR ONLY PA (Power Amp) 10 KM - 40 KMPLANNING RANGES
  • 12. FOUOAMPLIFIER, RADIO FREQUENCY (PA)AM-7238/VRCWith AMP Radiobecomes a longrange radioPOWER AMPLIFIER
  • 13. FOUOAdvanced Lightweight System Improvement Program(ASIP)• AN/PRC-119F(V)MANPACK REPLACESAN/PRC-119D(V)• AN/VRC-90F(V)VEHICULAR LONG-RANGEREPLACES AN/VRC-90D(V)• AN/VRC-87F(V)VEHICULAR SHORT-RANGEREPLACES AN/VRC-87D(V)• AN/VRC-88F(V)VEHICULAR SHORT-RANGEDISMOUNTABLE SAMEAS AN/VRC-87 — PLUS MANPACKACCESSORIESREPLACES AN/GRC-88D(V)• AN/VRC-89F(V)VEHICULAR LONG-RANGE/SHORT-RANGEREPLACES AN/VRC-89D(V)• AN/VRC-91F(V)VEHICULAR LONG-RANGE/DISMOUNTABLESHORT-RANGE–SAME AS AN/VRC-89— PLUS MANPACK ACCESSORIESREPLACES AN/GRC-91D(V)• AN/VRC-92F(V)VEHICULAR DUAL LONG-RANGE(RETRANSMIT)— PLUS 2ND PWR. AMP ANDRETRANS CABLEREPLACES AN/VRC-92D(V)RECEIVER-TRANSMITTERRT-1523E(C)/U
  • 14. FOUOLOUDSPEAKER LS-671
  • 15. FOUOAN/VRC-89F(V)
  • 16. FOUOBATTERY SAFETYDAMAGESELF-GENERATEDHEATDo not use if any of the following are trueSWELLING FOUL ODOR
  • 17. FOUOPUT MANPACK TOGETHER
  • 18. FOUOPRESETS :FCTN----------LD(MENU)VOLUME----- 5CHAN--------- CUE (#7)RF POWER--- LOMODE--------- SCCOMSEC------ PTASIP RADIOPREPARE FOR OPERATION
  • 19. FOUOS I N G L EC H A N N E LO P E R A T I O N
  • 20. FOUOP R O G R A M-M I N GS I N G L EC H A N N E L SRT-1523Capable of8 singlechannels(Cue, Manand 1-6)“Load Example 1”LOAD SINGLE CHANNEL
  • 21. FOUOInitiating Station: “<You> this is <Me>, Over.”Receiving Station: “<You> this is <Me>, Over.”Initiating Station: “<You> this is <Me>, <Message orquestion>, Over.”Receiving Station: “<You> this is <Me>, <Acknowledgetransmission or answer question>, Over.”Initiating Station: “<You> this is <Me>, Out.”STANDARD RADIO NET CALL
  • 22. FOUOSTANDARD REQUEST TO ENTER THE NET(NET HOT START)This Is An Abbreviated ProcedureInitiating Station: “<You> this is <Me>, Requestpermission to enter the Net, Over.”Receiving Station (NCS): “<You> this is <Me>.<Granted or Denied>, Out.”<Hey You>= Other Station’s Call Sign.<Me>= Your Station’s Call Sign.
  • 23. FOUO10 MIN BREAKPLACE RADIOON STBY
  • 24. FOUOLINE123456789Patient Nationality and StatusNBC ContaminationSpecial Equipment RequiredNumber of Patients by typeSecurity of Pickup SiteMethod of Marking Pickup SiteITEMLocation of Pickup SiteRadio Frequ., Call SignNumber of Patients by PrecedenceMEDEVAC REQUEST
  • 25. FOUOSCENARIO:Your Location is 42WSK 3375 8864. Your call signand suffix is R78. Your radio frequency is 55.000MHZ.One of your soldiers fell and has a head injury. Aventilator is required. The casualty will have to beevacuated on a litter. You are to stay at yourpresent location until the casualty is evacuated. Theleader says that although the group has notencountered any enemy forces, it is possible thatthere are enemy troops in the area and theambulance should approach with caution. Thepickup site will be marked with Green smoke.MEDEVAC REQUEST
  • 26. FOUOSCENARIO:Your Location is 42WSK 3375 8864. Your call signand suffix is R78. Your radio frequency is 55.000MHZ.One of your soldiers fell and has a head injury. Aventilator is required. The casualty will have to beevacuated on a litter. You are to stay at yourpresent location until the casualty is evacuated. Theleader says that although the group has notencountered any enemy forces, it is possible thatthere are enemy troops in the area and theambulance should approach with caution. Thepickup site will be marked with Green smoke.MEDEVAC REQUEST
  • 27. FOUOMEDEVAC REQUESTLINE 1LINE 2LINE 3LINE 4LINE 5LINE 6LINE 7LINE 8LINE 9 NBC ContaminationPatient Nationality and StatusMEDEVAC REQUESTLocation of Pickup SiteRadio Frequ., Call SignNumber of Patients by PrecedenceMethod of Marking Pickup SiteSecurity of Pickup SiteNumber of Patients by typeSpecial Equipment Required
  • 28. FOUOMEDEVAC REQUESTLINE 1 42WSK 3375 8864LINE 2LINE 3LINE 4LINE 5LINE 6LINE 7LINE 8LINE 9 NBC ContaminationPatient Nationality and StatusMEDEVAC REQUESTLocation of Pickup SiteRadio Frequ., Call SignNumber of Patients by PrecedenceMethod of Marking Pickup SiteSecurity of Pickup SiteNumber of Patients by typeSpecial Equipment Required
  • 29. FOUOMEDEVAC REQUESTLINE 1 42WSK 3375 8864LINE 2 55000 / R78LINE 3LINE 4LINE 5LINE 6LINE 7LINE 8LINE 9 NBC ContaminationPatient Nationality and StatusMEDEVAC REQUESTLocation of Pickup SiteRadio Frequ., Call SignNumber of Patients by PrecedenceMethod of Marking Pickup SiteSecurity of Pickup SiteNumber of Patients by typeSpecial Equipment Required
  • 30. FOUOMEDEVAC REQUESTLINE 1 42WSK 3375 8864LINE 2 55000 / R78LINE 3 A1LINE 4LINE 5LINE 6LINE 7LINE 8LINE 9 NBC ContaminationPatient Nationality and StatusMEDEVAC REQUESTLocation of Pickup SiteRadio Frequ., Call SignNumber of Patients by PrecedenceMethod of Marking Pickup SiteSecurity of Pickup SiteNumber of Patients by typeSpecial Equipment Required
  • 31. FOUOMEDEVAC REQUESTLINE 1 42WSK 3375 8864LINE 2 55000 / R78LINE 3 A1LINE 4 D1LINE 5LINE 6LINE 7LINE 8LINE 9 NBC ContaminationPatient Nationality and StatusMEDEVAC REQUESTLocation of Pickup SiteRadio Frequ., Call SignNumber of Patients by PrecedenceMethod of Marking Pickup SiteSecurity of Pickup SiteNumber of Patients by typeSpecial Equipment Required
  • 32. FOUOMEDEVAC REQUESTLINE 1 42WSK 3375 8864LINE 2 55000 / R78LINE 3 A1LINE 4 D1LINE 5 L1LINE 6LINE 7LINE 8LINE 9 NBC ContaminationPatient Nationality and StatusMEDEVAC REQUESTLocation of Pickup SiteRadio Frequ., Call SignNumber of Patients by PrecedenceMethod of Marking Pickup SiteSecurity of Pickup SiteNumber of Patients by typeSpecial Equipment Required
  • 33. FOUOMEDEVAC REQUESTLINE 1 42WSK 3375 8864LINE 2 55000 / R78LINE 3 A1LINE 4 D1LINE 5 L1LINE 6 PLINE 7LINE 8LINE 9 NBC ContaminationPatient Nationality and StatusMEDEVAC REQUESTLocation of Pickup SiteRadio Frequ., Call SignNumber of Patients by PrecedenceMethod of Marking Pickup SiteSecurity of Pickup SiteNumber of Patients by typeSpecial Equipment Required
  • 34. FOUOMEDEVAC REQUESTLINE 1 42WSK 3375 8864LINE 2 55000 / R78LINE 3 A1LINE 4 D1LINE 5 L1LINE 6 PLINE 7 CLINE 8LINE 9 NBC ContaminationPatient Nationality and StatusMEDEVAC REQUESTLocation of Pickup SiteRadio Frequ., Call SignNumber of Patients by PrecedenceMethod of Marking Pickup SiteSecurity of Pickup SiteNumber of Patients by typeSpecial Equipment Required
  • 35. FOUOMEDEVAC REQUESTLINE 1 42WSK 3375 8864LINE 2 55000 / R78LINE 3 A1LINE 4 D1LINE 5 L1LINE 6 PLINE 7 CLINE 8 ALINE 9 NBC ContaminationPatient Nationality and StatusMEDEVAC REQUESTLocation of Pickup SiteRadio Frequ., Call SignNumber of Patients by PrecedenceMethod of Marking Pickup SiteSecurity of Pickup SiteNumber of Patients by typeSpecial Equipment Required
  • 36. FOUOMEDEVAC REQUESTLINE 1 42WSK 3375 8864LINE 2 55000 / R78LINE 3 A1LINE 4 D1LINE 5 L1LINE 6 PLINE 7 CLINE 8 ALINE 9 NoneNBC ContaminationPatient Nationality and StatusMEDEVAC REQUESTLocation of Pickup SiteRadio Frequ., Call SignNumber of Patients by PrecedenceMethod of Marking Pickup SiteSecurity of Pickup SiteNumber of Patients by typeSpecial Equipment Required
  • 37. FOUOLINE 1LINE 2LINE 3LINE 4LINE 5LINE 6LINE 7LINE 842WSK 3375 886455000 / R78A1AD1L1PCMEDEVAC REQUEST
  • 38. FOUOLINE 1LINE 2LINE 3LINE 4LINE 5LINE 6LINE 7LINE 8LINE 9ANone (If None do not report)42WSK 3375 886455000 / R78A1D1L1PCMEDEVAC REQUESTStudent Station: “<You> this is <Me>, I HAVE A MEDEVAC REQUEST, Over.”MEDEVAC STATION: “<You> this is <Me>, send MEDEVAC REQUEST, Over.”Student Station: “How copy, Over.”MEDEVAC STATION: “<You> (Good copy or Say again) Over.”Student Station: “<You> this is <Me> Out.”
  • 39. FOUOFREQUENCYHOPPINGO P E R A T I O N
  • 40. FOUO
  • 41. FOUOF R E Q U E N C YH O P P I N G
  • 42. FOUOTO OPERATE IN AN FH NET:1. SYNC TIME (SKL/MILITARY GPS)2. COMSEC (SKL)3. TRANSEC (SKL)4. HOPSET (SKL)5. NET ID (SKL)6. CUE FREQUENCY (NORMALLY NCS)7. MAN FREQUENCY (NORMALLY NCS)8. GOOD OPERATORREQUIREMENTSLoadset
  • 43. FOUOSimple Key Loader(SKL) – AN/PYQ-10INTRODUCTION
  • 44. FOUOThe SKL is a hand-held,windows based devicecapable of receiving, storing, andtransferring data..Its primary purpose is the transferof COMSEC keys, FH data, andobtaining Signal OperatingInstructions (SOI).DESCRIPTION
  • 45. FOUOSKL COMPONENTS• Simple Key Loader (SKL)• 2 Stylus pens, left and righthanded• 2 Battery packs, 1 HighCapacity Lithium IonBattery and 1 LowCapacity Lithium IonBattery• Battery charger assembly
  • 46. FOUOSKL COMPONENTS CONT.• Mini USB Ports• Crypto Ignition Key (CIK)- Must have to loadCOMSEC- COMSEC data notavailable when removed- Not interchangeable
  • 47. FOUO• ZEROIZING the SKL.(Protect data from beingcompromised).• SKL IS A“CCI” ITEMSECURITY REQUIREMENTS
  • 48. FOUOSIMPLE KEY LOADER (SKL)•Turn on SKL•Display ControlsPower Button
  • 49. FOUOUAS LOGON
  • 50. FOUOCORE LIBRARY MENU
  • 51. FOUODESKTOP
  • 52. FOUOSIMPLE KEY LOADER (SKL)• BUTTONS
  • 53. FOUOCALIBRATE STYLUS• Click on Calibrate tocalibrate stylus• Click on CoreLib to getback to login screen
  • 54. FOUOUSER ID – SSOPASSWORD – sincgars• Startup Information screen- Click “OK”• Select Plats TabLOGIN TO UAS
  • 55. FOUOPLATFORM TAB• EF-J REAPEATER MTC(Loadset)• Transfers all info to RTC1C2C3C4C5C6H1H2H3H4H5EF-J REAPEATER MTCRTO
  • 56. FOUOEQS TAB• Transfers individualselections to RTC1C2C3C4C5C6H1H2H3H4H5RTO
  • 57. FOUOKEYS TAB• Shows all encryptions loadedon SKL• Current encryptions will be ayellow key• Expired encryptions will be ared key
  • 58. FOUOSOI TAB• Info needed as a radiooperator• Call signs / Suffixs• Net IDs / CUE / MANFreq• Pyro meanings• Smoke meanings
  • 59. FOUOLOADING RT FROM SKL• Start transfer processEF-J REAPEATER MTChighlighted (Loadset)• Click on LOAD Icon– Looks like laptopRTOEF-J REAPEATER MTCC1C2C3C4C5C6H1H2H3H4H5
  • 60. FOUOLOADING RT FROM SKL CONT.• Integrated COMSEC (ICOM)• Select ICOM Transfer• Must put check mark inInclude Time
  • 61. FOUOLOADING CONT.• Connect to RT-1523 viaAUD/FILL port• Click NEXT
  • 62. FOUOLOADING CONT.• Follow check list• Locate LOAD/0 button onRT• Click Send
  • 63. FOUOLOADING CONT.• Press LOAD/0 button onRT• Fill takes approximately 20sec to load• Reload Equipment?Yes/No• Operation Successful
  • 64. FOUOLOGGING OUT• Locate KOV Light• KOV - indicates the KOV-21card is working correctly. Ifthis light is blinking theremay be a problem with thecard.• KOV LightRTOEF-J REAPEATER MTCC1C2C3C4C5C6H1H2H3H4H5
  • 65. FOUOLOGGING OUT• Click on File or pressthe “2” button• Click onSave Database…• Click on File or pressthe “2” button• Click on Exit– Use stylus or arrows
  • 66. FOUOLOGGING OUT CONT.• Click on Session• Click Logout• Cursor turns into hourglass. After returning toarrow, light will be outLogout successful• Click on X in right handcorner
  • 67. FOUOLOGGING OUT CONT.• Press and hold Powerbutton Until thecountdown appears• SKL will shut off oncecountdown finishes
  • 68. FOUO10 MIN BREAKPLACE RADIOON STBY
  • 69. FOUOMANUALY LOAD TIME USING (DAGR)POS Page 1POS Page 2Present PositionPage 2Will display Timein lower left box.Time will be inZulu formatDAGR is the preferred source of time for the SINCGARS radio
  • 70. FOUOTIME - JULIAN DATEJulian DateCalendarRegular and LeapYearCan be foundin back ofSINCGARSTM manualTM 11-5820-890-10-8
  • 71. FOUOPROGRAMMING TIME:Turn DAGR on– RADIO MUST BE IN LD– PRESS “TIME” ONCE, # # WILL DISPLAY– PRESS “CLR”, PUNCH IN TWO DIGIT JULIAN DATE– PRESS “STO”– PRESS “TIME” AGAIN, # # # # HOURS & MINUTES WILLDISPLAY,– PRESS “CLR”– PROGRAM HOURS & MINUTES FOR 1 MINUTE AHEAD– PRESS “STO” WHEN CLOCK TURNS 59 OR 00 SECONDSLOADING TIME MANUALLY
  • 72. FOUONet ID is a three-digit number,000-999, which controlswhere the radio begins to hopin the random sequencethough out the selectedfrequency resourceNET ID
  • 73. FOUOSPECIAL TASK 8:CHANGE NET IDCHANGE NET ID
  • 74. FOUOThis Is An Abbreviated ProcedureInitiating Station: “<You> this is <Me>, Radio Check,Over.”Receiving Station (NCS): “<You> this is <Me>, Roger*,Out.”*For deficiencies identify the deficiency. Examples of deficiencies:– Weak– Broken– Distorted– UnreadableSTANDARD RADIO CHECK
  • 75. FOUO• Cannot communicate with a station onCh 1-5 to a station on Ch 6 (normalloadset).• Listening for RT 1523 radios in CT andPT.• If radio is left on, time should bechecked daily.RT 1523
  • 76. FOUOPRIMARY TASK 4:PERFORM PASSIVE LATENET ENTRYPERFORM PASSIVE LATE NET ENTRY
  • 77. FOUO5 MIN BREAKPLACE RADIOON STBY
  • 78. FOUOREVIEWSKLSINCGARS
  • 79. FOUOQUESTIONS?
  • 80. FOUOZeroize radio andturn off.
  • 81. FOUO1. Primary Task 1: Load Single ChannelLoad Example Set 2 on SINCGARS ExtractTransmit MEDEVAC Request(On back of Practical Exercise)2. Primary Task 2: Frequency HoppingSTEP 1 - Load: COMSEC, FH Data, Time - Using SKL(see SKL cheat sheet)STEP 2 - Special Task 8: Change Net IDCh1 –F334 Ch2 –F380 Ch3 –F311Ch4 –F377 Ch5 –F844 Ch6 –F389STEP 3 - Time: Manually Load Time using DAGR(use cheat sheet on back of extract)Request a Radio Check“<YOU> THIS IS <ME> RADIO CHECK, OVER ”PRACTICAL EXERCISE