SINCGARS ASIP ANCD by 4xNeWb

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									     SINCGARS
FAMILIARIZATION AND
    OPERATION



             Primary Instructor:
             SGT SPENCER
             Assist Instructor:
             SGT LEWIS
             549th MP CO
• TASK: Communicate via Tactical Radio in a
  Secure Net
• CONDITIONS: Give an operational radio net
  with an SOI, fill device with appropriate fills, fill
  cable, and an operational distant station
• STANDARDS: Establish voice
  communications with the distant tactical
  radio/network within three minutes
• References: TM 11-5820-890-10-8
                 TM 11-5820-890-10-2
         METHODS OF
        COMMUNICATION
• VISUAL SIGNALS (Hand signals, Semaphore)
• SOUND SIGNALS (Speaking from one person
  to another)
• MESSENGER (Sending another person to
  deliver either a written or voice message)
• WIRED SIGNALS (Land-line telephone,
  DSVT/DNVT, TA-312, TA-1)
• RADIO COMMUNICATIONS (SINCGARS,
  PRC-77, PRC-127)
              PURPOSE

  Provide familiarization / refresher training on
   SINCGARS radios through conference style
  instruction and hands – on practical exercises.
    Ensure personnel are capable of operating
SINCGARS radios in Frequency Hopping Modes.
Ensure personnel are trained to perform both hot
            and cold start net openings.
     OVERVIEW

•   BASIC COMMUNICATIONS
•   SINCGARS OVERVIEW
•   NON-SECURE COMMUNICATIONS
•   SECURE COMMUNICATIONS
                  RADIO
              COMMUNICATIONS

ADVANTAGES                 DISADVANTAGES
Fast                                         Weather
Covers long distance                          Terrain
Secure capabilities       Inexperience can compromise
Send the message to           Requires a power source
large amounts of people
at once
   WHAT DOES
SINCGARS MEAN?
    SINgle
    Channel
    Ground
    Airborne
    Radio
    System
                            Models

              RT-1523E

                                                            AN/VRC-90F Long Range
                No
                PA




                         AN/VRC-87F Short Range
                         AN/VRC-88F Short Range   PA
                         and Manpack




                                                       AN/VRC-89F Short and Long Range
                                                       AN/VRC-91F Short and Long Range
AN/PRC-119F                                            plus Manpack
                                                       AN/VRC-92F Long /Long Range
             TECHNICAL
          CHARACTERISTICS
Range: LO: 200M – 400M
         MED: 400M – 5KM
         HI: 5-10KM
         PA: 40KM
Antennas: Whip manpack (AS-3683, AS-4266)
           Whip vehicular (AS –3900/A, AS-3916)
            Ground (OE-254, QEAM, COM201B)
8 Single Channels
6 FH Channels
SINCGARS (RT-1523E)
  RECEIVER
TRANSMITTER
Batteries BA-5590
Face Panel
            SINCGARS ASIP
                Keypad
 [CMSC] (#1) used to scroll COMSEC keys
  TEK used in channels 1-5 and may be
  used in channel 6. KEK used in chan. 6.
 [RCU] (#2) used to convert to a remote
  system. Can operate up to 4 km away.
 [SYNC] (#3) used during FH to sync RT
  to net.
 [FREQ] use to call channel database to
 display. “FILL” means channel is empty.
 With Function switch in SQ. [FREQ] and
 #7 used to set backlights.
 [ERF/OFFSET] key not recommended.
  Use air net synchronization instead.
  [OFST] is a SC anti-jam procedure.
 [SA] & [GPS] keys not used at this time.
             SINCGARS ASIP
                 Keypad
 [DATA] key (#4) allows you to set data rate
 [CHG] (change) key in conjunction with
  [DATA], [OFFSET] or [CMSC] keys to
  scroll through data/options.
 [CID] key is not used at this time.
 [LOUT] key rarely used.
 [TIME] key used to enter Julian date and
  sync time.
 [BATT/CALL] key used to set and check
  battery life in a dismount radio. Also used
  for commo between RT and RCU.
 [STO] key used to place data into memory.
 [LOAD] key use to load data into holding memory and retrieve
data from permanent memory.
 [CLR/MENU] key is used with other keys to delete entries or
stored data.
           SINCGARS ASIP
               Keypad
 SetVolume – (5)
 Set Channel - (MAN, CUE or 1-6)
 Set Power - (low, med, hi or PA)
 Set Mode - Single Channel(SC)
 and Frequency Hopping (FH)
 Set COMSEC – Plain Text (PT)
  and Cipher Text (CT)
 Set [FCTN] switch to LD
 Load SC frequencies
 Press [FREQ] key
 Press [CLR] key
 Enter 3 digits for FH and
  5 digits for SC frequencies
 Press [STO]
        SINCGARS (ASIP)
       Power-Up Procedures

 Set FCTN Switch to:
    [Z] “Zeroize”
    Radio displays
    “GOOD”
    Switch to [LD] (Load)
 Load COMSEC
 Set Frequency
 Load Julian Date/Zulu
  Time
        Part 1-
Single Channel/Plain Text
             SC SETTINGS
                          CHAN TO
                          REQUIRED
                          CHANNEL    COMSEC TO
                                        PT
             MODE TO SC




FCTN TO LD
                LOAD YOUR
               FREQUENCIES
                                 Screen will read
1- Press FREQ                      00000
2- Press CLR                       -----
3- Enter frequency                 54900
4- Press STO                       Screen flashes once,
                                   frequency is loaded
5- Turn FCTN switch to SQ ON and enter the net with
your call sign
   Part 2-
Frequency Hop
                   FH SETTINGS
                               COMSEC TO
             MODE TO FH             CT     AN/CYZ-10 to FILL
                          CHAN TO 1          Via W-4 cable




FCTN TO LD
           DATA/FILL
          CONNECTORS

•FILL- To connect fill devices (KYK-13, KYK-15,
AN/CYZ-10) to load FH data and COMSEC
•DATA- To connect hand mike (H-250/u or H-350/u) or to
connect RT to mounting bracket in vehicular use.
Automated Net
Control Device
(AN/CYZ-10)
 Automated Net
 Control Device
(ANCD) Key Pad
                  LOAD YOUR
                   HOPSET
                      AN/CYZ-10 Screen will read
1. Turn AN/ CYZ-10
   on                 Soi   Radio   supervisor

2. Select Radio       Send Receive Database
                      setup Comsec Time
                      send to:
3. Select Send        Radio Ancd Stu Pc
                      Select: iCom Nonicom
4. Select Radio       Abn Rcu Haveq
                 LOAD YOUR
                  HOPSET
                             AN/CYZ-10 Screen will read
5. Select iCom               Connect to RT AUD/FILL
                             Connector
6. Connect ANCD to
   RT with the W-4
                             Set FCTN switch to LD on RT
   cable, press ENTR
   key
7. Ensure FCTN
                             Do you want to include
   switch is set to LD,      time?                     (Y/N)
   Press ENTR key
                          AN/ CYZ-10 Screen will read
                          Press [LOAD] on RT
8. Select Y
         LOAD YOUR
          HOPSET

 BEFORE YOU PRESS [LOAD] YOU MUST KEY
 THE HANDMIKE UNTIL YOU HEAR A LONG,
STEADY TONE. IF YOU DO NOT DO THIS, YOU
  WILL GET THE MESSAGE “HANDSHAKE
FAILED”. IF YOU GET THAT MESSAGE, START
 OVER, AND MAKE SURE THAT YOU KEY THE
               HANDMIKE.
               LOAD YOUR
                HOPSET
                         AN/CYZ-10 Screen will read
9. Press LOAD (0
                          Transfer in progress
   key) on the RT
   keypad
10. CYZ-10 screen will
    scroll through the
    various keys and      ICOM transfer successful
    hopsets it is
    loading. When
    done, it will read
                 Vehicular Amplifier
                   Adapter (VAA)
 VAA serves as a vehicle mount for the SINCGARS ASIP

 As an Internet Controller (INC) serves as link to TI

 If a platform’s SINCGARS/VAA/INC is not “up”, that platform
  will not appear in any SA displays
                                No Power Amplifier
         Power Amplifier
            Components

MOUNTING
  BASE
(MT-6352)                      ICOM                                BATTERY CASE/
                      RECEIVER / TRANSMITTER                   INTERCONNECTING BOX
                          (RT-1523 (C)/U)                            (CY-8346)
                         (PLAIN A, B, C, D)




        MOUNTING                                  MANPACK
         ADAPTER                                  ANTENNA
        (AM-7239)                                 (AS-3683)
                                POWER
                              AMPLIFIER
                              (AM-7238)




                                                                                VEHICLE
                                                                               ANTENNA
                                           CONTROL - MONITOR                   (AS-3900)
        AMPLIFIER                            (C-11291/VRC)
      MOUNTING BASE
        (MT-6353)
    MOST COMMON PROWORDS
•   ROGER: I have clearly received and understand your
    last transmission
•   OVER: This is the end of my transmission to you and a
    response is necessary
•   OUT: This is the end of my transmission and the
    conversation. Do not respond.
•   CORRECTION: There was an error in my
    transmission, I will now continue with the last correct
    word
•   BREAK: This is a long transmission, I am now
    separating the text from the other parts of the message
             CALL SIGNS
• Contain two parts
  – Prefix-Stands for unit or organization
  – Suffix-Stands for the individual

• Examples
  ENFORCER 6 - Company Commander
  ENFORCER 7 - Company First Sergeant
  ENFORCER 3-6 - 3rd Platoon Leader
  ENFORCER 3-1 – 3rd Platoon / 1st Squad

								
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