2-4. OPERATING PROCEDURES. (CONT)
A homing indicator (lD-1347/ARN-82 or equivalent) and a homing antenna system
(AS-1922/ARC or equivalent) are required to perform homing operations.
Ensure that ail communications equipment is turned on in accordance with starting procedures.
Set mode control switch (1) to HOME.
Any signal within the frequency range of the radio set can be used for homing if the signal
is strong enough as indicated by the disappearance of warning flags on the homing
Set frequency selector switches (2) to frequency of desired homing station.
Carrier squelch is automatically selected by an internal contact arrangement when mode
control switch is set to HOME. Operation is possible when SQUELCH mode selector
switch (3) is set to DIS, however, homing signal warning flags will be inoperative.
Set SQUELCH mode selector switch (3) to CARR.
Observe homing indicator on aircraft console. If there is sufficient homing signal, homing sig-
nal warning flags will not be visible. Note relative position of right-left (vertical) pointer and
signal-strength (horizontal) pointer.
Fly aircraft toward homing station by taking a heading that causes homing indicator right-left
(vertical) pointer to be centered in the indicator.