assigned frequencies separated from the base net by the separation factor.
This separation does not cause a separation between the nets listed to the
right of the base net.
To create a further separation among the nets listed,
use each separated net as a base net for the remaining nets.
Use the <TAB> (next column) and <SHIFT>-<TAB> (previous column) keys to move
the cursor between the columns of data.
For example, to fully separate the nets with DESC IDs of 1-5 enter the
A partially separated cosite group may look like the following:
Each cosite group
description of the
the cosite group.
Refer to SOI/CEOI
s automatically named by the BGU. The name is the net
DESC ID located in the first column of the first line for
raining information on the details of cosite planning in
The remainder of this section describes the options given by the function
Use this option to create a new cosite group. Once this option is selected,
the new net group assumes the number of the group currently being displayed.
The net number for the current group and higher group numbers is increased by
For example, if a new group is added when group 3 is being displayed;
group 3 becomes group 4; group 4 becomes group 5; and the new group becomes
B. FIND GROUP
Use this option to find a particular cosite group. Once this option is
selected, indicate the cosite group number to find.
C. SAVE GROUP
Use this option to save changes or additions made
located inside of the computer. The information
until a SAVE TO DISK is performed.
D. DELETE GROUP
to cosite group information
is not permanently saved
Use this option to delete a cosite group.
The group currently displayed on
the screen-is the group that is deleted-when this option is selected.- When a
group is deleted, all remaining group numbers are decreased by a count of one.