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Leadership for Dummies


t miller

on 25 February 2013

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Transcript of Leadership for Dummies

how to load an asip radio

1. Turn radio On.

2. turn nob to Z to clear preexisting feques

3.Set knob to LD (load).

4. Set volume.

5. Set channel-1.

6. Set power.

7. Set mode-SC.

8. Set Comsec-PT.

9. Preset correct channel frequency.

10. Press Freque button.

11. Press Clear button.

12. Set freque 35000.

13. press stow button communication class task :


standards: ABOUT
Advance Special Improvement Program(ASIP) and Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS)

SINCGARS are a Combat Net Radio currently used by U.S. and allied military forces. These radios use voice and data communications and are created to be reliable, secure and easily maintained. there are many different forms that are available such as Vehicle-mounted, manpacks, airborne, and lastly hand held forms .
SINCGARS uses 25 kHz channels and has single-frequency and frequency hopping mod. SKL HISTORY
The AN/PYQ-10 Simple Key Loader (SKL) is a portable, hand-held fill device that securely receives, stores, and transfers data between our commo equipment. The SKL was designed and built by Ralph Osterhout and then sold to the United States Army. It is intended to replace the AN/CYZ-10 Data Transfer Device (DTD). This device supports both the DS-101 and DS-102, The SKL is able to read preexisting End Cryptographic Units and compatible with future security equipment and systems, Loading SKL KEYS to an ASIP

Step 1 – Expand AKAD A1105 by selecting the + icon.

Step 2 – Highlight the Key which you wish to load

Step 3 – Select “Load Icon” on the top right of the Screen

Step 4 – Using drop down menu, change Protocol to DS-102
(DS-102 should be the default)

Step 5 – Using drop down menu, change Activate Mode to KYK-13

Step 6 – Select “OK” at the bottom of the dialog box

Step 7 – Connect SKL Fill Cable to GPS Precision Code Receptacle

Step 8 – Ready to Send Key Dialog Box should appear, Select “OK”

Step 9 – When the screen tells you to INITIATE,

Codes loaded correctly the dialog box with “Operation
Successful” will appear

Step 10 – Disconnect Fill Cable

(http://info.publicintelligence.net/SKLInstructionGuide.pd) The following standards must be met: mounting and loading
the ASIP while also programming specific keys to it, and transferring keys from the SKL onto the ASIP radio. After the training period the learner will be able to load and mount the ASIP radio and transfer keys from the SKL. The task must be performed under the following conditions in a class room environment, an ASIP radio, and a SKL. risk assesment: risk assement is going to be low due to being indoor
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