RT LATE ENTRY PROCEDURE
PART 1 (PASSIVE)
Set controls: CHAN to channel having nets hopset, RF to lowest setting
needed for good communication, FCTN to SQ ON and MODE to FH.
Press <FREQ>; then press <L.E./3>. Display shows LFxxx.
Monitor the channel for two minutes; when a signal is received, late entry
is canceled and L does not appear on the display.
Make sure that rt is in late entry
Contact the net, makinq key-down ti
calls for a reply.
o If no reply is received, repeat
o If contact still cannot be made
mode: press <FREQ>; display shows
me short; then wait 30 seconds between
this step up to five times.
do the cue and ERF procedure.
Cue and ERF.
This method should be used when one or both of the
following conditions exist: (1) you missed your primary nets cold start and
your rt needs FH data. (2) You need to be a member of more than one net. Use
method 2 to join alternate nets after you have opened with your primary net.
CUE AND ERF PROCEDURE
Set controls: MODE
setting needed for
to FH, CHAN to CUE, FCTN to LD, and RF to lowest
good communication (if you are using a KY-57, turn it
b. Load desired CUE frequency into CUE channel.
Set FCTN to SQ ON.
d. Key transmitter and call NCS.
o If no reply, set RF to HI, VOL full right; then repeat this step
Wait for a reply; then request a cold start.
Cue is used when you need to contact a FH radio net when you are not an active
member of that net.
Cue can also be used if you are operating in a single
channel net and wish to contact an FH net.
Set controls: MODE to SC, CHAN to CUE, FCTN to LD and RF to lowest setting
needed for good communication.
If you are using a KY-57, turn it off.