What is a sincgars radio?

What is a sincgars radio?

Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) is a Combat Net Radio (CNR) currently used by U.S. and allied military forces. The radios, which handle voice and data communications, are designed to be reliable, secure, and easily maintained.

How do I set up my sincgars radio?

Operate SINCGARS Radio Single ChannelInstall battery(ies).Set operator’s switches and controls. a. COMSEC switch in PT. Set battery life condition.Install antenna and handset on proper connectors (connects handset to audio/data connector).Preset channel frequency(ies).Perform shutdown procedures. a. Complete this task within three minutes.

What kind of radios do Navy SEALs use?

The AN/PRC-126 radio is used primarily 2-way radio telephone communication among special force team members in the field. AN/PRC-126 Radio is currently used by US Army, USMC, US Navy SEALs, USAF CCT and other special forces.

What radio frequency does the military use?

The military has a BIG (175 MHz) military aircraft band in the 225-400 MHz range. Basic spacing between channels is 25 kHz.

What does no CV mean?

• No CV Key for Today — Indicates the DAGR has a valid CV loaded, but not for present day.