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TM   11-5821-333-12 2-21. LOADING FH DATA (NON-ICOM RADIO). Non-lCOM Radios require local fills of FH data also. The procedures followed to load this data is similar to those used to fill the ICOM radio. For the Non-lCOM radio, the data needed is the called a TRANSEC Key. FH data ele- ments  not  loaded  by  local  fill  are  provided  by  ERF  during  net  openings  and  FH  net  updates. ACTION RESPONSE a.   Set   radio   switches: a.   No   response. FUNCTION LD-V PRESET MAN MODE FH b.  Turn  ECCM  fill  device  to  OFF. b.   No   response. c.  Use  fill  cable  to  connect  fill  device  to  RT. c.  No  response, d.  Set  ECCM  fill  device  function  switch  to  ON. d.   No   response. e.  Set  fill  device  and  RT  to  NCS  or  S01-directed e.   No   response. positions,   if   applicable. f.   Press:   H-Ld f.   Display   reads   and   blinks: g.  Turn  fill  device  function  switch  to  OFF. g.   No   response. h,  Disconnect  fill  cable  and  fill  device  from  RT. h.   Local   fill   tasks   are   completed. OPTION If  the  display  shows  “Hid  t“  at  the  end  of  the  procedure,  a  variable  is  already  in  the  Permanent Memory (PM). The one just loaded is in the Holding Memory (HM). If the new one in HM is to be made the operating variable, Sto/ENT must be pressed. Do not press Sto/ENT if there is to be no change  to  the  variable  in  PM. NOTES Both  ICOM  and  Non-lCOM  radios  require  local  fills  of  FH  data  in  order  to  operate  in  the frequency  hopping  mode. For the ICOM radio, the FCTN switch is set to “ LD”, while the Non-lCOM  radio  uses  the  “LD-V”  position.    Procedures  are  otherwise  identical.  FH  data elements  not  loaded  by  local  fill  are  provided  by  ERF  during  net  openings  and  FH  net  up dates,  for  which  both  ICOM  and  Non-lCOM  radios  use  the  “LO”  position. Same  procedure  applies  when  changing  FH  data  for  during-operation  updates  using  a  fill device. 2-13


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