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TM   11-5821-333-12 2-10.  RT/RCU  CONTROLS,  INDICATORS,  AND  CONNECTORS.  Continued IFM  RF  PWR.  This  switch  is  used  to  remotely  control  the  output  power  level  of  the  IFM  power  amplifier,  Radio sets  that  do  not  have  an  IFM  power  amplifier  should  keep  this  switch  at  OFF.  Otherwise,  sidetone  is  disabled. RECEIVER-TRANSMITTER RADIO SET CONTROL OFF.  The   IFM   power   amplifier   is   not   used   and   the   RF   output LO  (low).  The   IFM   power   amplifier   output   is   2.5   W. NORM   (normal).   The   IFM   power   amplifier   output   is   10   W. HI  (high).  The   IFM   power   amplifier   output   is   40   W. is 10 W. KEYBOARD.  Lets  operator  “talk”  to  RT.  Used  for  loading  or  checking  data ICOM  KEYBOARD NON-ICOM  KEYBOARD FREQ.  Makes  display  show  RT  SC  frequency  or  FH  data.  Used  also  for  SC  frequency loading.  Used  in  late  net  entry  procedures. ERF  (SEnd).  Used  to  transmit  ERF. OFST,  Used  to  check  and  load  SC  offset  frequency, •••/TIME.  TO be used by NCS only to check and load FH sync time clock. This should not be used by net members.  When  pressed  three  times,  makes  display  show  days  (first  press),  hours  and  minutes  (sec- ond  press),  and  minutes  and  seconds  (third  press), STO  (Sto/ENT),  Used  for  SC  frequency  and  FH  data  loading.  Transfers  data  from  RT  holding  memory into  RT  permanent  memory. NOTES STO  is   commonly   pronounced   “stow”,   although   it   means   “store”.   It should  not  be  confused  with  “stow”  as  it  appears  on  the  function  switch. LOAD  (H-Ld).  Used  to  move  FH  data  from  permanent  memory  to  the  holding  memory. data  from  a  fill  device, CLR.  Clears  data  from  keyboard  display  and  permanent  memory. Used to load FH LOUT  (L).   Used  to  retrieve  or  clear  a  selected  lockout  set  from  permanent  memory. SYNC  (L.E.).   Used  for  FH  late  net  entry  procedure. 0  through  9  numbers.  Used  to  enter  numbers  0  through  9. 2-7


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