Scantron Directions Write your last name, first name,

Scantron Directions  Write your last name, first name,

Scantron Directions Write your last name, first name, middle initial, company and platoon AND name of the class Fill in the last nine digits of your EDIPI as the identification number Number two pencils only Quiz Directions

This is a weighted evaluation Do NOT use any reference material Do NOT talk to other students Number two pencils only You may not leave the classroom There are 10 multiple choice questions You will have 10 minutes Standby Question #1 (TBS-COMM-2101k) You are required to speak to higher. They are located 8.5 Km

away. What configuration of communications equipment should you use? A. AN/PRC-117F; HI PWR; SINCGARS; 10Ft Whip B. AN/PRC-117F; LO PWR; VHF; 3ft Blade C. AN/PRC-152, HI PWR; HF; SATCOM WAVEFORM; Spider Antenna Question #2 (TBS-COMM-2101l) Friendly forces are 500 miles away. You need a form of long haul communication to speak to them? A. VHF B. UHF C. EHF

D. HF Question #3 (TBS-COMM-2101l) SINCGARS uses which frequency band? A. VHF B. HF C. UHF D. Rubber Question #4 (TBS-COMM-2101l) What is the planning range for an AN/PRC-117F in SINCGARS Mode? A. 28,000 Miles

B. 10 Km C. 1000Km D. Indefinite Question #5 (TBS-COMM-2101j) T or F: AN/PRC-152 is ideal for Intra-Squad communication due to its small size, portability, and limited power output? A. True B. False Times Up Pencils down Pass scantrons to the left

Pass scantrons to the front All scantrons should be facing the same way Quiz Review Question #1 (TBS-COMM-2101k) You are required to speak to higher. They are located 8.5 Km away. What configuration of communications equipment should you use? A. AN/PRC-117F; HI PWR; SINCGARS; 10Ft Whip B. AN/PRC-117F; LO PWR; VHF; 3ft Blade C. AN/PRC-152, HI PWR; HF; SATCOM WAVEFORM;

Spider Antenna Question #2 (TBS-COMM-2101l) Friendly forces are 500 miles away. You need a form of long haul communication to speak to them.? A. VHF B. UHF C. EHF D. HF Question #3 (TBS-COMM-2101l) SINCGARS uses which frequency band? A. VHF

B. HF C. UHF D. Rubber Question #4 (TBS-COMM-2101l) What is the planning range for an AN/PRC-117F in SINCGARS Mode? A. 28,000 Miles B. 10 Km C. 1000Km D. Indefinite Question #5 (TBS-COMM-2101j) T or F: AN/PRC-152

is ideal for Intra-Squad communication due to its small size, portability, and limited power output? A. True B. False Communications Equipment II Captain Lawrance P. Andrus [email protected] (703) 432-6363 B280385 Overview PRC-152 and PRC-150 Multiband Radio

High Frequency Band (HF) (p.14) Very High Frequency Band (VHF) (p. 14) Ultra-High Frequency Band (UHF) (p. 15) MAGTF Communications System Equipment (PRC-117F) (p. 23-28) Practical Application Exercise B280385XQ 16 PRC-152F: Multiband Radio Radio that is capable of operating in more than one frequency band. i.e VHF, UHF. B280385XQ 17

RT-1916 (PRC-152) Radio/Spec RT Freq Range Op Mode Pwr Out Pl Range PRC-152

RT-1916 30-512 MHz VHF, UHF LOS, DED SATCOM, DAMA 5W 5-8KM VRC-110 2x RT-1916

30-512 MHz VHF, UHF LOS, DED SATCOM, DAMA 20-50W 20-50KM Harris FALCON III PRC-152

Heavily employed at the platoon and squad level for VHF, UHF, and SatCom Recommended use for intra-squad communications VRC-110 Same capability in a (dual) vehicle mounted, amplified package

B180231XQ 18 PRC-150: Multiband Radio Radio that is capable of operating in more than one frequency band. i.e VHF, HF. B280385XQ 19 High Frequency (HF) Long haul communications Lower HF frequencies can communicate over a greater distance Frequency Range: 1.6 - 29.99 MHz

B180231XQ 20 RT-1694 (AN/PRC-150) Radio/Spec RT Freq Range Modulation Types Power Output Planning Ranges(HF)

PRC-150 RT-1694 1.6-60 MHz USB,LSB,CW,AM,FM 1, 5, 20W-HF 1, 5, 10W-VHF 15 km Ground Wave

Typically employed at the team and company level to extend voice/data communication beyond Line of Site Capable of talking thousands of Kms when utilizing sky wave transmission (other factors apply) Requires x2 BA-5590 (or equivalent) for power Typically construct field expedient antennas for long distance transmissions. B180231XQ 21 Decision Forcing Exercise

Task Organization Task Organization -1stBn, 5th Mar -C Co -1st Platoon -2nd Platoon -3rd Platoon -FAC Tactical Situation FRIENDLY SITUATION: You were recently promoted to Company XO. You are the executive officer for Charlie Company, 1st Battalion, 5th Marines. Your Company is currently prepared to conduct Operation Hoplite Fury.

Your Companys subordinate units are currently in their respective assembly areas conducting local security patrols. MAG-39 is providing air support. -81mm FO -CAAT Plt (DS) -SSP Plt (DS) -81s Plt (DS) -MAG-39 ENEMY SITUATION: The enemy consists of an Infantry Company and a Light Armor Platoon supported by an Artillery Battery. They are currently in defensive positions. HIGHER MISSION: O/O, 1st Battalion, 5th Marines

clears in zone in order to set conditions for 5th Marines advance. Decision Forcing Exercise Use Comm Equip 1/2 (P.14-15;23-26) and Comm Equipment Prac App I/II (p.7;16-17;28) 1. Given the Tactical Situation and Task Organization, what radio nets would you establish and why? What units need to be on which nets? Include air nets and highers nets that you wouldnt be responsible for establishing. Keep your subordinate units likely missions and capabilities in mind. You are not confined to the matrix Net Spectrum

Units on net Reason BN TAC 1 VHF FH BN COC, all To allow BN CO to C2 companies, all DS plts his subord. units Decision Forcing Exercise Use Comm Equip 1/2 (P.14-15;23-26) and Comm Equipment Prac App I/II

(p.7;16-17;28) 2. What equipment will you need to complete your plan? You must provide gear to all of your units, to include BN COCs, companies, and DS platoons. Include radios by type, non-SL-3 antennas, and any required auxiliary equipment. Break allocation down by unit. You are not confined to the matrix. Unit/Asset C CO 1st Plt 2nd Plt 3rd Plt CAAT PLT SSP PLT 81S PLT

VRC110 MRC148 PRC-117 PRC-152 DAGR 2590s DTD

Decision Forcing Exercise Use Comm Equip 1/2 (P.14-15;23-26) and Comm Equipment Prac App I/II (p.7;16-17;28) Given the Tactical Situation, Task Organization, and your answer from question 1, what is the number of frequencies and Net IDS required to support ALL of the companys nets? Answer by spectrum. (See Annex J) Spectrum HF VHF (SC) VHF (FH) UHF (LOS)

UHF (TACSAT) #of freqs/ NetIDs Nets BN TAC 1, Review PRC-152 and PRC-150 Multiband Radio High Frequency Band (HF) (p.14) Very High Frequency Band (VHF) (p. 14) Ultra-High Frequency Band (UHF) (p. 15) MAGTF Communications System Equipment

PRC-150 (p. 23) PRC-152 (p. 25-26) Practical Application Exercise B280385XQ 26 Questions? Captain Andrus [email protected] Communications Equipment II Confronted with a task, and having less information available than is needed to perform that task, an organization may react in either of two ways. One is to increase its information processing capacity, the

other to design the organization, and indeed the task itself, in such a way as to enable it to operate on the basis of less information. These approaches are exhaustive; no others are conceivable. A failure to adopt one or the other will automatically result in a drop in the level of performance performance. Martin van Creveld, Command in War B280385XQ

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