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  1. HF transmiter and reciever
    • Transmit Set: AN/URT-23E (9)
    • Receive Set:R-2368/URR (15)
  2. HF Transmiter Couplers
    • AN/SRA-56, Eight (8)
    • AN/SRA-57, Four (4)
    • AN/SRA-58, Four (4)
    • AN/URA-38, One (1)
  3. HF Reciever Couplers
    AN/SRA-49B, Twenty (20)

    • Naval communications within the hf band
    • point-to-point
    • ship-to-shore
    • ground-to-air
    • fleet broadcast. All but the fleet broadcast are normally operated two-way.
  4. UHF Transceivers
    • AN/WSC-3(V)7, LOS(14)
    • AN/WSC-3(V)11 HALF QUICK(2)
    • AN/WSC-3(V)17 SATCOM(5)
    • AN/URC-93 (2)
  5. WSC-3/URC-93 Freq
    Frequency Range:225-399.975 MHz
  6. UHF Coupler
    OA-9123/SRC(4)
  7. VHF use
    Used for line-of-sight (short range) command and control, and satellite communications.
  8. VHF Equipment Transceiver
    • two of each
    • AN/VRC-46
    • AN/GRC-211
    • and one JHS-32A
  9. AN/VRC-46
    • Frequency Range: 30-75 MHz
    • Purpose: Naval Gun Fire Support
    • Antenna AS-3226
  10. AN/GRC-211
    • Frequency Range: 100-160 MHz
    • Purpose: Monitor International and Military Air Distress frequencies
  11. JHS-32A
    Purpose: Bridge-to-Bridge comms
  12. The Navy uses the vhf band for
    • mobile comms such as bridge-to-bridge
    • boat crews
    • amphibious operations
    • landing parties.
  13. EHF Equipment
    • AN/USC-38
    • antenna AS-4294
  14. EHF Provides
    • General purpose satellite communications terminal that provides survivable, jam-resistant, low probability of intercept communications for secure voice, teleprinter and data circuits.
    • Communication links for Tomahawk taskings
    • MTJ circuit
    • Secondary IP services
  15. SHF equipment
    AN/WSC-6
  16. SHF Uses
    SHF SATCOM provides near worldwide digital voice, Teletype (TTY), or digital data communications. (UTJ circuit)
  17. Intercommunication interconnecting group ON-201
    Routes communications signals to appropriate operator console user equipment in using a switching matrix programming.
  18. IVCS
    • Internal Voice Communication System
    • The IVCS is a computer-controlled, circuit-switching communication system
    • Combines all shipboard voice communication equipment into one integrated system.
  19. SA-2112(V)
    Single Audio System (Secure Audio Switch (SAS)/Black Audio Switch (BAS))
  20. Secure Voice Switch
    • A semiautomatic radio telephone switching device.
    • Provides the nonsecure or secure interface between RCS radio equipment and the ON-201.
    • The secure voice switch also allows the remote phones in the CIC, Pilothouse, and Communication Center to access the nonsecure or secure RCS equipment.
  21. SAS
    Connects crypto to red phones.
  22. BAS
    Connects crypto to equipment.
  23. Wireless Interior Communications System (WICS)
    Not installed onboard
  24. Discuss the 5Khz/25Khz DAMA circuits:
    • a. VTC300 Mini-DAMA, 5 kHz/25 kHz
    • b. TD 1271/DAMA 25 khz
  25. two TD-1271/DAMA units
    create the OK-455 dual DAMA system used onboard.
  26. DAMA Capabilities
    dama subsystem was developed to multiplex several baseband systems or users on one 25-kHz satellite channel.
  27. SIPR
    Secret Internet Protocol Routing
  28. DRRS-N
    Defense Readiness Reporting System Navy
  29. The overarching intent behind DRRS-N
    • is to help answer the question "ready for what?"
    • Provides both capability and resource data in an improved readiness reporting tool to broaden DoD-level readiness assessments.
  30. GCCS-M
    • Global Command and Control System - Maritime
    • It provides a near real time view of the battle field
  31. CENTRIXS
    • Combined Enterprise Regional Information Exchange System.
    • It is a collection of classified coalition networks that enable information sharing
  32. NIPR
    Non-secure Internet Protocol Routing
  33. NIAPS
    • Navy Information Application Product Suite.
    • Delivers maintenance, logistics, administrative, training and management applications to users at sea.
    • Maximizes the use of limited bandwidth
  34. NIAPS programs (including but not limited to):
    Web ATIS, SKED, eSOMS, TDKM, NKO Afloat, NSIPS Afloat, Hopper Homepage
  35. NTCSS
    • Naval Tactical Command Support System programs:
    • Relational Admin Data Management (R-ADM)
    • RSupply
    • OMMS-NG
  36. Navy Cash
    Shipboard connectivity affects,PIN changes, chip-to-strip transfers, etc.
  37. NSIPS
    • Navy Standard Integrated Personnel System
    • NSIPS is the Navy’s single, field-entry, electronic pay and personnel system for all Sailors.
    • A web-enabled system offers 24-hour access to Electronic Service Record (ESR), training data, and career counseling records.
    • It is available via the ship’s network using a disconnected operations infrastructure, synchronizing data with the ashore network when connectivity permits.
  38. ADNS
    • Automated Digital Networking System
    • The Automated Digital Network System automates the routing and switching of tactical and strategic C4I data via Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) networks

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