Presentation on theme: "COMMUNICATE VIA A TACTICAL RADIO IN A SECURE NET TASK: Communicate via a tactical radio in a secure net. CONDITIONS: Given an AN/PRC-119 or AN/PRC-77,"— Presentation transcript:
3COMMUNICATE VIA A TACTICAL RADIO IN A SECURE NETTASK: Communicate via a tactical radio in a secure net.CONDITIONS: Given an AN/PRC-119 or AN/PRC-77, the required accessories, and a requirement to send a message.STANDARDS: As a RadioTelephone Operator (RTO), with an AN/PRC-119 (dismounted or mounted) or AN/PRC-77 and required accessories, place a message within 3 minutes.
9Army Command, Control and Communications requires the development of leaders with the right combination of skills essential to the Army's readiness for future operational missions. The challenge is to provide those avenues to establish and maintain the individual or unit's needs to communicate.
10ESTABLISHING COMMUNICATIONS 1. PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATION2. ENTER THE NET3. TRANSMIT A RADIO MESSAGE
11SET BATTERY LIFE CONDITIONS PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATION4 MAJOR STEPSSET BATTERY LIFE CONDITIONSTEST TRANSMITTERPRESET CONTROLSTEST RT CIRCUITS
12PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATION PRESET CONTROLS1. Turn Function (FTCN) to OFF.2. Turn RF Power (RF) to LO.
13PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATION PRESET CONTROLS4. Turn the MODE to SC.3. Turn the Channel (CHAN) to MAN.
14PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATION PRESET CONTROLS6. Turn the Volume (VOL) to MIDRANGE.5. Turn the COMSEC to CT.
15PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATION PRESET CONTROLS6. Turn the DIM to MIDRANGE.7. Turn FTCN switch to "TST".
16PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATION TEST RT CIRCUITS1. Set FCTN to Z-FH.
17PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATION TEST RT CIRCUITS2. Display shows GOOD.
18PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATION TEST RT CIRCUITS3. Key handset twice to clear COMSEC Alarm.
19PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATION TEST RT CIRCUITS4. Turn FTCN switch to TST.
205. Display should cycle in the sequence shown. PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATIONTEST RT CIRCUITS5. Display should cycle in the sequence shown.
21PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATION TEST RT CIRCUITS6. Signal strength cycles from LO to HI.
22PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATION TEST TRANSMITTER1. Set FCTN to SQ ON.
233. SIG Marker must be in position shown, plus or minus one position. PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATIONTEST TRANSMITTER2. Key handset.3. SIG Marker must be in position shown, plus or minus one position.
24SET BATTERY LIFE CONDITION PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATIONSET BATTERY LIFE CONDITIONUse when installing a new battery or FTCN switch is set to OFF
25SET BATTERY LIFE CONDITION PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATIONSET BATTERY LIFE CONDITION1. Set FTCN to LD2. Press BATT/CALL and CLRbuttons.
26SET BATTERY LIFE CONDITION PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATIONSET BATTERY LIFE CONDITION3. Enter battery life condition numbers (ifbattery has previously been used) and press STO to start clock.
27SET BATTERY LIFE CONDITION PLACE THE RADIO INTO OPERATIONSET BATTERY LIFE CONDITIONA new battery will be set to 00.A used battery should have the battery life condition numbers written on the side of it.
28ENTER THE NETPREPARE RADIOLOAD FREQUENCIESLOAD COMSEC/ FH DATA
29ENTER THE NET PREPARE RADIO 2. Turn COMSEC switch to "CT". 1. Turn FCTN switch to "LD".
30ENTER THE NET LOAD FREQUENCIES Set the RT Controls: 1. Set COMSEC to PT.2. Set MODE to SC.
31ENTER THE NET LOAD FREQUENCIES Set the RT Controls: 3. Set FCTN to Z-FH, TST, and then to LD.4. Set CHAN to MAN
32ENTER THE NET LOAD FREQUENCIES 3. Press STO. To Load the Frequency: 1. Press FREQ - display shows2. Press CLR - display shows _ _ _ _ _.• Enter the frequency.
33ENTER THE NET LOAD FREQUENCIES To Load the Frequency: Repeat each step for each frequency needed.4. Set FCTN to SQ ON.
34ENTER THE NET Load COMSEC/FH Data 1. COMSEC should be at CT. 2. FCTN should be at LD.3. MODE should be at FH.
35ENTER THE NET Load COMSEC/FH Data 4. CHAN should be at MAN. 5. Press the DATA (4) button to turn DATA OFF.
36ENTER THE NET Load COMSEC/FH Data 6. Turn on the Automated Net Control Device (ANCD).
37ENTER THE NET Load COMSEC/FH Data 7. In the display, select RADIO. 8. Select SEND.
38ENTER THE NET Load COMSEC/FH Data 9. Select send to RADIO. 10. Select ICOM.
39+ ENTER THE NET Load COMSEC/FH Data 11. Connect the RT AUD/FILL Connector11½. When the arrow appears in the lower right hand corner, you must press the down arrow to proceed!
40ENTER THE NETLoad COMSEC/FH Data12. Set FCTN to LD on the RT.
41ENTER THE NET Load COMSEC/FH Data 13. Load the time as part of ICOM Fill during net openings and Hot Start late Net entry only
42ENTER THE NETLoad COMSEC/FH Data14. Press LOAD on RT.
43ENTER THE NET Load COMSEC/FH Data 15. The ANCD will show Transfer in progress and then Transfer Successful.
44ENTER THE NETLoad COMSEC/FH Data16. Turn FCTN to SQ ON.
45TRANSMIT A RADIO MESSAGE Set the Controls1. MODE to FH/M2. CHAN to MAN
46TRANSMIT A RADIO MESSAGE 5. CHAN to MANSet the Controls4. MODE to FH/M3. FCTN to LD
47TRANSMIT A RADIO MESSAGE Enter the net.• Determine the abbreviated call sign and answeringsequence for your duty position
48TRANSMIT A RADIO MESSAGE Respond to the NCSRespond to the NCS issuing a net call, answering in alphanumeric sequence. At this time, the NCS acknowledges and the net is open.NCS: ECHO THREE ECHO THIS IS ECHO FOUR SIX-OVERS-2: ECHO FOUR SIX THIS IS ECHO ONE THREE-OVERS-1: ECHO FOUR SIX THIS IS ECHO THREE NINE -OVERNCS: ECHO THREE ECHO THIS IS ECHO FOUR SIX-ROGER-OUT
49TRANSMIT A RADIO MESSAGE Send a message.• Listen to make sure the net is clear. Do not interrupt any ongoing communications.• Call the NCS and tell the operator the priority of the message you have for his or her station.• Receive a response from the NCS that he or she is ready to receive
50TRANSMIT A RADIO MESSAGE Prowords and PronunciationSend your message using the correct prowords and pronunciation of letters and numbers.Get a receipt for the message.
51Text for Pronunciation Guide: PHONETIC ALPHABET A ALPHA (AL FAH) B BRAVO (BRAH VOH)C CHARLIE CHAR LEE) D DELTA (DELL TAH)E ECHO (ECK OH) F FOXTROT (FOKS TROT)G GOLF (GOLF) H HOTEL (HOH TELL)I INDIA (IN DEE AH) J JULIETT (JEW LEE ETT)K KILO (KEY LOH) L L LIMA (LEE MAH)M MIKE (MIKE) N NOVEMBER (NO VEM BER)O OSCAR (OSS CAH) P PAPA (PAH PAH)Q QUEBEC (KEH BECK) R ROMEO (ROW ME OH)
52Text for Pronunciation Guide: PHONETIC ALPHABET S SIERRA (SEE AIR RAH) T TANGO (TANG GO)U UNIFORM (YOU NEE FORM) V VICTOR (VIK TAH)W WHISKEY (WISS KEY) X XRAY (ECKS RAY)Y YANKEE (YANG KEY) Z ZULU (ZOO LOO)1 ONE (WUN) 2 TWO (TOO)3 THREE (TREE) 4 FOUR (FOW ER)5 FIVE (FIFE) 6 SIX (SIX)7 SEVEN (SEV EN) 8 EIGHT (AIT)9 NINE (NIN ER) 0 ZERO (ZE RO) of 3
53ALPHANUMERIC PRONUNCIATION NUMERAL SPOKEN AS44 FOW-ER FOW-ER90 NIN-ER ZE-RO136 WUN TREE SIX500 FIFE ZE-RO ZE-RO1200 WUN TOO ZE-RO ZE-RO1478 WUN FOW-ER SEV-EN AIT7000 SEV-EN TOU-SANDWUN SIX TOU-SANDAIT WUN TOO SIX AIT WUN
54LISTED ALPHABETICALLY SOME COMMON PROWORDSLISTED ALPHABETICALLYPROWORD EXPLANATIONALL AFTER I refer to all of the message that follows…ALL BEFORE I refer to all of the message that proceeds…BREAK I now separate the text from other parts of the message.CORRECTION There is an error in this transmission. Transmission continues with thelast word correctly transmitted.GROUPS This message contains the number of groups indicated by the numeralfollowing…I SAY AGAIN This message contains the number of groups indicated by the numeralI SPELL I shall spell the next word phonetically.MESSAGE A message that requires recording is about to follow.(Transmitted immediately after the call. This proword is not used on netsprimarily employed for conveying messages. It is intended for use whenmessages are passed on a tactical or reporting net.)
55LISTED ALPHABETICALLY SOME COMMON PROWORDSLISTED ALPHABETICALLYPROWORD EXPLANATIONMORE TO FOLLOW Transmitting station has additional traffic for the receiving station.OUT This is the end of my transmission to you and no answer isrequired or expected.OVER This is the end of my transmission to you and a Response isnecessary. Go ahead transmit.RADIO CHECK What is my signal strength and readability (i.e., how do youhear me)?ROGER I have received your last transmission satisfactorily.SAY AGAIN Repeat all your last transmission followed by identification datameans "Repeat (portion indicated)."THIS IS This transmission is from the station whose designatorimmediately follows.TIME That which immediately follows is the time or Date\Time groupof the message.
56LISTED ALPHABETICALLY SOME COMMON PROWORDSLISTED ALPHABETICALLYPROWORD EXPLANATIONWAIT I must pause for a few seconds.WAIT-OUT I must pause longer than a few seconds.WILCO I have received your transmission, understand it and will comply. Tobe used only by the addressee. Since the meaning of ROGER is includedin that of WILCO, the two prowords are never used together.WORD AFTER I refer to the word of the message that follows…WORD BEFORE I refer to the word of the message that precedes…
57LEAVE THE NETLeave the net in alphanumeric sequence.• You receive a call from the NCS who issues a close down order.• Answer in alphanumeric sequence.• The NCS acknowledges and the net is closed.