RT Communications by stevenTerrell

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									R/T Communications

        By
     LT Fullan
      Sound Powered Phones
• Communicating on them:
  – Calling
     • Stationed called
     • Station calling
     • Message
  – Reply
     • Station replying
     • Aye
                      Uses
•   Bridge-Bridge
•   Fleet Tac
•   Message Traffic
•   Command Nets
    –   Admin
    –   Tactical
    –   Plain
    –   Encrypted
               Definitions
• Guard - continuous receiver watch
  w/complete log. Station with the guard has
  the responsibility to send and reply
• Cover - Continuous receiver watch with
  complete log. Reply when called
• Copy -continuous receiver watch with
  complete log.
• Listen - continuous receiver watch. Just
  listens to the net
        Secure vs. Nonsecure
• Secure - entire signal is encrypted

• Nonsecure - plain radio
  – use call signs, code books and authentication
    procedures
                 EMCON
• Emission control
• radio signals can be intercepted
• short, concise messages
                Call Signs
• Two letters and 1 number
• Change daily at Z
• Individual or Collective call up
                Prowords
• Roger – received the last transmission
• Over – End of transmission, respond
• Out – End of transmission, do not respond
• Wait – must pause for a few seconds to get
  the information
• Wait, out – pause longer than a few seconds
• Break – 2 uses
          Establishing a Net
• Net control station is assigned
• All stations are called and authenticated
• Each station is called back when heard
                 Messages
• Immediate Execute
  – C3F this is A2W, turn port 090, ISA, turn port
    090, stby,…, execute, over
• Delay Execute
  – C3F this is A2W, XTF, turn port 090, over
• Non-executive
  – C3F this is A2W, M Corpen is 359
   Beadwindow & Gingerbread
• Beadwindow
  – Used to tell transmitting station they messed up
  – Only response is “roger out”
• Gingerbread
  – Used when you think there is an intruder on the
    net
              Naval Messages
•   Routine - 6 hrs or less to respond
•   Priority - 3 hours or less
•   Immediate - 30 minutes or less
•   Flash - ASAP, < 10 minutes
                Summary
•   Uses of radio telephone
•   Definitions
•   Secure vs. Nonsecure
•   Beadwindow/Gingerbread
•   Establishing a NET
•   Naval Messages

								
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