device to the location corresponding to the first common lockout. Press
<LOAD/0> on the radio keyboard; a beep is heard. Press <STO> to store
the lockout in radio.
The Display blinks and shows STO
the first digit of the lockout number and a two-digit tag number.
Repeat these steps for each of the remaining common lockouts, turning
the FILL DATA SELECTOR SWITCH on the fill device to the location
corresponding to each of the lockouts in turn.
Load the net lockouts into the radio. Leave the FCTN switch on LD, the
MODE switch on FH and make sure CHAN is set on MAN. Turn the FILL DATA
SELECTOR SWITCH on the fill device to the location corresponding to the
net lockout to be loaded into the radio.
Press <LOAD/0> on the radio
keyboard; a beep is heard.
To store the lockout in the radio, press
<STO> which causes the display to prompt for a channel number. Next,
use the numeric keys to enter the channel number (1-6) that is used for
Repeat these steps for additional net lockouts to be
loaded, using a different channel number for each.
TSK is loaded automatically with the Hopset in the ICOM radio.
The radio is loaded.
Set FCTN to SQ ON, MODE to FH and turn the channel
selector (CHAN) to the channel number where the hopset is loaded.
<FREQ> several times.
Watch display for lockout set numbers.
Turn the FCTN switch to sauelch on (SQ ON) or squelch off (S0 OFF). If
another radio is loaded with the sarne-information, the radios can
communicate with each other.
Once a radio is loaded, other radios can
be loaded by performing an ECCM remote fill (ERF).
The following procedures describe the frequency hopping operating procedures
for an ICOM radio..
The procedures are part of the Operators Manual, TM 11-
Refer to the operators manual for more details on radio
The radio controls are shown in Figure J-1.
NOTE: If you do not perform the following steps, you risk radio failure during
Make sure your radio is assembled correctly (refer to TM 11-5820-890-10-
Make sure the PMCS is done on the following items (refer to TM 11-5820-
890-10-1 for more information):
Battery physical and electrical condition.
2. Receiver-transmitter self-test.
4. Mounting adapter and mounting base.
5. Remote operation checks (control-monitor self-test,
control-monitor rt function control).
6. HUB electrical condition.