SINCGARS – Wikipedia

SINCGARS - Wikipedia

A SINCGARS is being operated from within a HMMWV

  • November 1983: ITT Corporation (ITT) wins the contract for the first type of radio, for ground troops.
  • May 1985: ITT wins the contract for the airborne SINCGARS.
  • July 1988: General Dynamics wins a second-source contract for the ground radio.
  • February – April 1989: 2nd Infantry Division field tests SINCGARS in improvised man-pack configuration in the Korean DMZ.
  • April 1989: ITT reaches “Milestone IIIB”: full-rate production.
  • December 1990: 1st Division is equipped.
  • December 1991: General Dynamics wins the “Option 1 Award” for the ground radio.
  • March 1992: ITT wins a “Ground and Airborne” award.
  • July 1992: Magnavox Electronics Systems Company develops the airborne SINCGARS AN/ARC-222 for the Air Force
  • August 1993: General Dynamics achieves full rate production.
  • April 1994: ITT and General Dynamics compete for the ground radio.
  • May 1994: ITT wins a sole-source contract for the airborne radio.
  • 1997: ITT became the sole source supplier of the new half-size RT-1523E radio to the US Army.
  • 2006: The RT-1523F/SideHat configuration provides a 2-channel capability.
  • July 2009: ITT wins RT-1523G platform development, $363 Million Dollar Contract. Partnered with Thales Communications Inc.
  • 2012: Capability Set 14 to provide Universal Network Situational Awareness to help prevent air-to-ground friendly fire incidents.[2]
  • May 2016: Harris Corp. is awarded a $405 Million Dollar contract by Moroccan Army concerning SINCGARS system equipment including ancillary items, spare parts, installation kits, training and fielding support services. One bid was solicited with one received, with an estimated completion date of April 21, 2021.[3]
  • June 2016: Harris Corporation Awarded $15 Million Order to Supply Tactical Radios to Middle East Nation. Harris Corporation (NYSE:HRS) has received a $15 million order to provide tactical radios, management systems, training and field support services to a nation in the Middle East as part of an ongoing modernization program. The contract was awarded during the fourth quarter of Harris’ 2016 fiscal year. [1]Harris.com, 2016-06-12. Retrieved 2017-12-14 – http://www.defenseworld.net
  • January 2017: Harris Corp. is awarded maximum $403 million contract From US Defense Logistics Agency for spare parts supporting various tactical radio systems, which includes SINCGARS. This is a five-year contract with no option periods and 5 January 2022 is performance completion date. Using customers are Army and Defense Logistics Agency, the US Department of Defense. Types of appropriation are fiscal 2017 through fiscal 2022 Army working capital; and defense working capital funds, funded in the year of delivery order issuance. The contracting activity is the Defense Logistics Agency Land and Maritime, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland (SPRBL1-17-D-0002). [2]Defenseworld.net, 2017-01-07. Retrieved 2017-06-16 – http://www.defenseworld.net
  • RT-1439

    RT-1523

    RT-1523B

    RT-1523C

    The RT-1523E introduced a new frequency hopping mode of operation, called SINCGARS Mode 2. The new SINCGARS Mode 2 comprises all the same Mode 1 FH configurations but under a new TRANSEC security umbrella. The RT-1523E is reprogrammable via the front panel data connector.

    RT-1523E

    The RT-1523F also introduced the Radio Based Combat ID (RBCI) capability. This enhancement allows the radio to operate as a RBCI Interrogator, a RBCI RE-Relay, and it allows it to add RBCI Responder functionality to any of its FH voice or data modes. The RT-1523F also introduced the Radio Based Situational Awareness (RBSA) enhancement to the existing SA capabilities of the ASIP radios.

    RT-1523F with SideHat

    RT-1523G

    RT-1702F

    RT-1702F

    VRC-89, two radios installed

  • SideHat – The ‘SideHat’ is a simple radio solution that attaches to existing SINCGARS radio installations, offering rapid, affordable and interoperable wideband network communications for Early Infantry Brigade Combat Team (E-IBCT) deployments and other Soldier radio waveform (SRW) applications.[5]
  • SINCGARS Airborne – The AN/ARC-201 System Improvement Program (SIP) airborne radio is a reliable, field-proven voice and data battlespace communications system with networking capabilities.[6]
  • Embedded GPS Receiver – The Selective Availability Antispoofing Module (SAASM) technology Embedded GPS Receiver (EGR) installed in the RT-1523(E)-(F) providing a navigation/communication system in support of critical Warfighter capabilities that includes Situational Awareness, Combat ID, Navigation and Timing and Surveying Capabilities.[7]
  • GPS FanOut System – Provides six GPS formats from a single GPS source (RT-1523 with integrated SAASM GPS or PLGR/DAGR (Defense Advanced GPS Receiver–AN/PSN-13)).[8]
  • VRCU (Vehicle Remote Control Unit) – Designed to be placed anywhere on a vehicle, VRCU is important in large vehicles and those with tight quarters. VRCU allows full control of both single and dual RT-1523 (models E, F, and G) and RT-1702 (models E and F) radios from any location within a vehicle.[9]
  • Single ASIP Radio Mount (SARM) is the latest vehicle installation mount developed specifically for RT-1523 or RT-1702 radios. SARM solves space and weight claim issues associated with traditional vehicle installation mounts. SARM operates on 12 or 24 volt allowing installation into any military or civilian vehicle.[10]
  • Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) – a plan for a replacement radio system
  • Network Simulator for simulation SINCGARS
  • Soldier’s Manual of Common Tasks Warrior Skill Level 1 (STP 21-1-SMCT), Headquarters Department of the Army, Washington D.C. 11 September 2012. (p. 3-99, task #113-587-2070)
  • Tactical Single-Channel Radio Communications Techniques (FM 24-18), Headquarters Department of the Army, Washington D.C. 30 September 1987.
  • Radio Operator’s Handbook (FM 24-19), Headquarters Department of the Army, Washington D.C. 24 May 1991.
  • [3] Harris.com (pdf)
  • [4] Harris.com (pdf)
  • Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System (SINCGARS) fas.org
  • Information on RT-1439 radio prc68.com
  • https://usacac.army.mil/sites/default/files/misc/doctrine/CDG/cdg_resources/manuals/fm/fm6_02x72.pdf
  • Source: en.wikipedia.org


    When Crypto’s Most Reliable Sell Signal Fails, The Bitcoin Bull Run Is On

    When Crypto’s Most Reliable Sell Signal Fails, The Bitcoin Bull Run Is On

    Crypto traders rely on several tools to help predict future Bitcoin price action and trend changes. Few tools have been as reliable over the years as the TD Sequential indicator, created by market timing expert Thomas Demark.

    The few times this tool has failed on the highest timeframes, Bitcoin has absolutely exploded in the months following. Is this time different and the sell signal its giving will be reliable? Or will this be the last chance to buy Bitcoin below its former all-time high of $20,000?

    Bitcoin is one of the most volatile assets historically, due to its speculative nature and rise from literally nothing to nearly $20,000 in 2017.

    ” href=”https://www.newsbtc.com/dictionary/bear/” data-wpel-link=”internal”>bear markets to go on.

    But both of those two previous TD Sequential indicator on monthly timeframes, perfected an “8” sell setup, prior to also perfecting a “9” set up as well.

    ” href=”https://www.newsbtc.com/dictionary/bear/” data-wpel-link=”internal”>bear market on daily and weekly timeframes at calling tops and bottoms in Bitcoin and altcoins.

    The highest timeframe signals are also usually the most dominant and effective when predicting the future trend. In the last two cases, however, the TD Sequential failed miserably on monthly time frames at calling the top, causing investors to potentially miss out on an over 8,000% rally.

    Now, the signal is back, but is this time different?

    The monthly TD Sequential indicator has perfected an “8” sell setup, and a “9” could be next | Source: BLX on TradingView.com

    In 2013, when the TD Sequential indicator perfected an “8” and “9” sell setup, doing so would have been a grave mistake. Selling there would have missed an 8,000% rally.

    ” href=”https://www.newsbtc.com/dictionary/bear/” data-wpel-link=”internal”>bear market ended, Bitcoin exploded by another 4,700% after the perfected setups. Again, selling would have been disastrous as an investor. During the 2017 rally, the TD Sequential even triggered a “13” countdown sell setup, which means the trend is severely overextended.

    Yet, it still couldn’t take Bitcoin down, and instead spiked from $3,000 to $20,000 five months later.

    The TD “8” has been perfected, and another higher high next month would perfect the “9.” Then it is watch and wait, to see if the sell signal works this time or if another multi-thousand percent impulse move follows.

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    Source: bitcoinslate.com

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    Diamonds Trading Signals Summary - Friday, November 6 2020

    Diamonds Trading Signals Summary – Friday, November 6 2020

    How does after spike forex news trading work?​

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  • If between 08:30:00am and 08:30:30am, so during the first 30 seconds you see USDJPY move up or down by 25 pips or more, then enter in the direction of the initial spike at the very first 30% retracement if it doesn’t take more than 90 seconds (till 08:31:30am) – and if spread is at 3 pips or less. Set stop/loss at 15 pips, and set take/profit at 15 pips immediately.
  • If the move either up or down was less than 25 pips during the first 30 seconds, then the actual number of the report did not generate sufficient interest in the market, and you simply skip the trade.
  • If by 08:45:00am, so 15 minutes after the report release, neither your stop/loss nor your take/profit points were hit, then close the trade automatically at market price of the time.
  • Source: www.forexpeacearmy.com


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