g. Set CHAN to new hopset channel.
If FH update is being done in CT, you (and members) must scroll to nets
operational TEK, page 2-39, or have TEK loaded into channel selected for up
date. Communication is not possible on updated channel if TEK is not loaded.
h. Contact members on new hopset.
Tell members to set FCTN to normal operating position.
When you receive a CUE call (on display), perform the following procedure to bring
an outsider into your net. (If possible, have alternate NCS or another designated
station answer CUE call. If this is not possible, have alternate NCS control net while
NCS is out of the net to respond to the call.)
CUE caller must have same TSK and KEK (or TEK). If caller only has
TSK, ERF is possible using PT.
Tell the present members of your net to stand by (have alternate NCS control
net operations while you are out of communication).
b. Set CHAN to CUE: then set COMSEC to
or as local SOP dictates.
c. Respond to CUE caller.
d. Establish communication with CUE caller.
e. Tell caller:
Set COMSEC to CT.
Set CHAN to MAN.
Set FCTN to LD.
Set MODE to FH.
Channel in which hopset is to be stored.
Acknowledge when ERF has been received and stored.
Reset COMSEC to CT, MODE to
and CHAN to MAN.
Retrieve and send lockout set (if needed). Lockout set(s) must be sent before
(1) Press LOAD.
(2) Press LOUT.
(3) Enter the first digit of lockout set number.
(4) Press ERF.
(5) Confirm callers reception of lockout set.
(6) Repeat this step for additional lockout set(s) if they are needed.