New Hampshire Wing Top Interchanges Voice Of Charge.


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Mission and Purpose : The correspondences mission of CAP is to sort out and keep up a dependable, across the country, point-to-point, air-to-gound and ground versatile radio ability for use in crises and for preparing interchanges personnel.The main role of any CAP interchanges office is to furnish the Commander with the methods for controlling his/her units and their exercises..
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New Hampshire Wing CAP Communications Voice Of Command This form of the preparation slides has been cleansed of referenced to CAP Frequencies. For CAP inside utilize, the entire preparation is accessible at http://nhwgcap/comm/secure/BCUTforNHWG.ppt Basic Communications Users Training Course

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Mission and Purpose : The interchanges mission of CAP is to compose and keep up a dependable, across the nation, indicate point, air-to-gound and ground portable radio ability for use in crises and for preparing correspondences work force. The main role of any CAP correspondences office is to give the Commander the methods for controlling his/her units and their exercises.

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CAP Radio Operator Authorization Basic Communications User Training 3-4 Hour Class on: Standard Operating Procedures Local Operating Procedures Entitles CAP part to work a CAP Radio Issued a CAPF 76, Radio Operator\'s Permit by Wing or higher home office Advanced Communications User Training 4-5 Hour Class Pass the Advanced Communications User Test, CAPF 119 Entitles CAP part to be doled out a call sign Required as a major aspect of the Communications Specialty Track Authorization is done in two stages:

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B-CUT Topics : Part I: Standard Operating Procedures 1) Calling and Answering 2) Types of stations and Tactical Call Signs 3) Operating the Radio 4) Basic Pro-Words 5) Prohibitions 6) National Communication Policies

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Part II Local Operating Practices 1) Location and Use of Local Repeaters 2) Local Operating Practices 3) Types of net and neighborhood net calendar 4) Basic repeater operation 5) Message Construction 6) SAR Message Procedures 7) Hands-on practice with Radios 8) Practical Factors, (Mission Radio Operator Tasks.)

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CAP Radio Station Licensing CAP is a viewed as a government organization, in this way its Radio Stations are approved by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) Public stations are authorized by the FCC Federal offices are not permitted to utilize administrations dispensed solely to the general population area for their business. This rejects the utilization of Amateur Radio and Citizens Band for CAP business. The direction for all CAP Communications is CAPR 100-1 Vol. 1

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Types of Stations & Tactical Call Signs NEW HAMPSHIRE WING CALL SIGN EXAMPLES AIRMOBILE GROUND CAP Flight 2821 Ma (19xx) Maine (17xx) Vermont (41xx) ( initial two digits are Wing Num.) MOBILE Abenaki 265 Abenaki 405

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CAP Radio Tactical Call Signs : Northeast Region CAP Stone New Hampshire Abenaki Massachusetts Patriot Maine Down East Vermont Vermont CAP New York White Peak Connecticut Charter Oak Rhode Island Narragansett New Jersey Red Dragon Pennsylvania Penn CAP National HQ CAP Head CAP

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1) Region/Wing Commander (Abenaki-1 ) 2) Region/Wing Vice Commander 3) Region/Wing Chief of Staff 4) Region/Wing Director of Communications 5) Region/Wing Chaplain The Call Signs 1 through 20 are Issued to Wing Directors. District/Wing Tactical Call Signs:

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PROWORDS Reference: 100-1 THIS IS Preface to your call sign ROGER Last transmission got OK OVER I\'m done, proceed OUT I\'m done, bye WAIT I will return in no time flat SAY AGAIN Say that again CORRECTION Oops! I truly intended to state WILCO ROGER and I will consent AFFIRMATIVE Yes Prowords are an exceptional arrangement of words utilized for clarity and curtness as a part of correspondences. The absolute most ordinarily utilized prowords are:

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Phonetic Alphabet A Alpha B Bravo C Charlie D Delta E Echo F Foxtrot G Golf H Hotel I India J Juliet K Kilo L Lima M Mike N November O Oscar P Papa Q Quebec R Romeo S Sierra T Tango U Uniform V Victor W Whiskey X X-Ray Y Yankee Z Zulu

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Numbers Pronunciation 1 WUN 2 TOO 3 TREE 4 FO-WER 5 FIFE 6 SIX 7 SEVEN 8 ATE 9 NINER 0 ZERO When composing the numbers, don\'t record them the way they are purported. For instance, don\'t think of "one" as "wun" or "five" as "fife." Write them as "one" and "five."

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I SPELL/FIGURES/INITIALS Use "I SPELL" for pronounceable words PIZZA "I SPELL PIZZA PAPA INDIA ZULU ALPHA PIZZA" Use "FIGURE(S)" AND "INITIAL(S)" for non-words N516F "Introductory NOVEMBER FIGURES FIVE ONE SIX INTIAL FOXTROT" CORRECTIONS  Use proword "Revision" to adjust a misstep Example: "… Turn comfortable corner … CORRECTION Turn left at next corner… "

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SENDING NUMBERS Use Prowords "FIGURES", "DECIMAL", "TIME", "INITIALS" Digit-by-Digit Not "Seven Fifty" 750 "FIGURES SEVEN FIVE ZERO" Niner Not Nine 849 "FIGURES EIGHT FOUR NINER" Decimal Point 14.5 "FIGURES ONE FOUR DECIMAL FIVE" Z Time 1635Z "TIME ONE SIX THREE FIVE ZULU" Initial And Figures E21 "INITIAL ECHO FIGURES TWO ONE" One Figure and Initial 3-A "FIGURE THREE DASH INITIAL ALPHA"

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ZULU Time AKA Greenwich Mean Time or Universal Coordinated Time. Alludes to the present time in Greenwich, United Kingdom. Otherwise called UTC. Zulu time is an arrangement of timekeeping that alludes to a similar time, regardless of what time zone you are in. Note: If the neighborhood time is 2100 hours, with a change to UTC of + 5 hours, then UTC or Zulu time is 0100 the following day. Zulu is +4 hours from the principal Sunday in april to the last Sunday in October. +5 hours generally.

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Date-Time Group (DTG ) 16 0218Z APR 97 Date Time Month Year Date and Time in ZULU The DTG is utilized to distinguish (ID) of every message Only the radio administrator can put the DTG on a message

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Distress and Emergency Signals } MAYDAY Distress PAN Urgency SECURITE Safety Supercedes all Priority or Routine Traffic

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Operator Responsibility LISTEN Be Prepared to Assist Do NOT Transmit Unless You Have Something to Offer or Contact is Requested

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Calling Another Station To Establish Contact "Abenaki 40 THIS IS Capflight 3421 OVER " Response from the Ground Station "Capflight 3421 THIS IS Abenaki 40 OVER " No compelling reason to utilize call signs until interchanges are finished On Closing the Contact "… Capflight 3421 OUT "

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Calling Another Station cont Always end a transmission with OVER or OUT - NOT BOTH! Try not to utilize "Roger Wilco" rather than Wilco. "Roger Wilco" signifies "Last transmission got OK last transmission got OK and I will agree."

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Radio Checks 1) Signal Strength LOUD, Good Example: I read you uproarious and clear. Frail Very powerless Fading 2) Readability Clear Readable or Unreadable Distorted, with obstruction, Intermittent

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Airborne administrators: Before transmitting, ensure you are on the right recurrence. Before leaving the flying machine at the end of a mission, ensure the ELT is off.

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Habits of a Good Radio Operator Read the Msg. In the event that you don\'t comprehend it, ask the Originator, just the Orig. Can change the message. Talk plainly Annunciate your words. Talk gradually Remain quiet regardless of what happens - Never Panic THINK - "Utilize Your Head"

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Prohibited Operating Practices Violation of Radio Silence Personal Conversation Transmitting in a Net without consent of NCS Lack of distinguishing call sign Excessive tuning and testing Use of Amateur Radio or Citizens Band frequencies for CAP business, and Vice-Versa. Utilization of 10 codes or Amateur Radio Q Signals

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CAP Communications cont. Phones - Landline and cell phones can be utilized as a part of expansion to radio correspondences. Video downlink INTERNET - E-mail interchanges, data website pages, web telephone and different strategies for correspondence over the web. Objective - To have a promptly accessible and thorough correspondences organize utilizing an assortment of advantages.

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NTIA Deviation Changes Currently, 25Khz channel dividing and 5Khz deviation By January 1, 2008, the NTIA has commanded the Federal government to utilize radio gear with 12.5kHz channel dispersing and 2.5kHz deviation to take into account more channels and more clients. On the off chance that you buy your own particular gear, make sure that the hardware has the new 2.5 kHz deviation and that it is fit for the new channel arrange. Ensure that the recipient will be sufficiently particular to overlook stations that are 12.5 kHz away

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Voice Operating Modes Single Frequency - One Station at a Time SIMPLEX REPEATER Two Frequencies - One Station at a Time R T

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Repeater Operation Uplink Freq Downlink Freq 100.0 Hz Tone Universal Access Tone utilized by low power stations just Repeater builds the scope of versatile stations because of its prominent area Note: All CAP Repeaters react to the 100.0 Hz tone

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Inside the Repeater will just turn on its transmitter in the event that it hears one of two tones: 1) Universal get to tone (100.0 Hz) or 2) Repeater site particular tone (136.5 Hz for the Derry Repeater) Downlink Freq Voice Receiver Transmitter Uplink Freq PTT 136.5 Hz Tone or 100 Hz Tone 100.0 & 136.5 Hz Tone Decoder "Mike Button" The Tone Decoder "tunes in" for both of the two tones on the approaching sign The Tone Decoder "presses" the Push To Talk (PTT) catch to turn on the transmitter.

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Airmobile utilization of Repeaters Primary method of operation ought to be simplex. Just utilize the repeater if simplex is unrealistic . Specifically utilize a repeater through utilization of its allocated get to tone Use of 100 Hz tone is denied since this will raise various repeaters The goal is to restrict use to a solitary repeater Portable radios of 6 watts or less may utilize 100HZ, if its unequipped for utilizing tidy

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