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The position may be copied for pasting into a waypoint. Primary tasks are those that NCS personnel may be called upon to perform at any time. Doing so merely stops the receipt of traffic at your radio. This is not a limitation of the radio but a consideration that the radio is used for other purposes.

The numbers in parentheses show equivalent pounds and inches.

Perform Hot Anvd Net Opening Required when the net has been down, for any reason and for any period of time, and is now to become operational at a prescribed time. DIM control is turned fully counterclockwise for use of night vision goggles.

Control knobs are affixed with side-positioned Phillips screws.

Also, unit scouts may be required to perform retransmission operations. You hear random radio traffic.

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Summary of STU Tasks It is performed only as part of an RXMT operation. It must still be within one minute of net sync time.


It is available for use whenever an NCS needs to bring all operators into the net at the exact same time. You are covered by the eBay Money Back Guarantee if you receive an item that is not as described in the listing.

These controls are spring loaded and will return to normal position when released.

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Only the CT position is normally used in field operations. In order to keep your radio in sync with nets other than your operational net, you need to check into or monitor each of the other nets at least once every 24 hours.

RXMT cables come in two lengths, 5 inches and 15 feet, to accommodate various radio configurations.

When all operators have entered the net, the Hot Start net opening is complete. Control knobs are affixed with side-positioned Allen screws. To select a channel to transmit on, use RT keypad to enter desired channel number, and channel selected will appear in the RT display. Keep all batteries in their original packaging until ready for use. See terms – opens in a new window or tab.

Abbreviations are identified with their complete meaning at first use, and are listed alphabetically in Appendix D along with their definitions. Anxd specific subjects addressed are single channel communications, frequency hopping nets, use of Julian Date and GPS Zulu time, net openings and late net entry methods, updating procedures, retransmission operations, use of antennas, remote control operations, and frequency management.


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SPECIAL TASK 2: Transfer QREF SOI Information, ANCD to ANCD – TM_26

Alert net operators to: These items are part of aancd end item, but are removed and separately packaged for transportation or ance. Results are shown as ANCD displays dark bordered boxes: Added or revised illustrations and tables are indicated by a vertical bar adjacent to the caption.

This task involves two basic steps: Check for frozen controls. This gives you plenty of time to replace the spent batteries with new ones without risk of losing your stored data. When this key is pressed, the RT display shows battery life indication. Enter Text ID; skip tag sequence. Change 1 TM 2. Turning knob clockwise increases level and counterclockwise decreases it.

Multiple presses will scroll MENU. The W-4 cable is used only for Packet data mode operations. Email to friends Share on Facebook – opens in gm new window or tab Share on Twitter – opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest – opens in a new window or tab.