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Operator and Maintenance Manual for DEFENSE ADVANCED GPS RECEIVER (DAGR) SATELLITE SIGNALS NAVIGATION SET AN/PSN-13 (NSN 5825-01-516-8038) AN/PSN-13A (NSN 5825-01-526-4783)
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Operators Pocket Guide for DEFENSE ADVANCED GPS RECEIVER (DAGR) SATELLITE SIGNALS NAVIGATION SET AN/PSN-13 (NSN 5825-01-516-8038) AN/PSN-13A (NSN 5825-01-526-4783)
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Chapter Page FOREWORD .......................................................... v 1 2 DAGR PHYSICAL FEATURES ......................... 1-1 1.1 General ..................................................... 1-1 OPERATING PROCEDURES ............................ 2-1 2.1 Power-On ................................................. 2-1 2.2 Power-On and Commanded Self-Test ................................................... 2-3 2.3 Mode of Operation ................................... 2-7 2.4 Power Off ............................................... 2-10 RECEIVER SETUP ............................................. 3-1 3.1 Manual Initialization ................................ 3-1 ACQUIRE CURRENT POSITION ..................... 4.1 Acquire Current Position ......................... 4.2 POS Page Set ........................................... 4.2.1 Present Position Page ............................... 4.2.2 Situational Awareness Page ..................... 4.2.3 NAV Pointer Page .................................... 4.2.4 Image Viewer Page .................................. 4.2.5 SV Sky View Page ................................... 4-1 4-1 4-1 4-2 4-2 4-3 4-3 4-4

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WAYPOINTS ....................................................... 5.1 Waypoint Operation ................................. 5.2 Mark Present Position Waypoint ............. 5.3 Create A New Waypoint .......................... NAVIGATION ..................................................... 6.1 Navigation Operation ............................... 6.2 Waypoint GOTO Navigation ................... 6.3 Alerts ........................................................

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OPERATION CHECKS ...................................... 7-1 7.1 Operation Checks ..................................... 7-1 DATA TRANSFER .............................................. 8-1 8.1 DAGR to DAGR Data Transfer ............... 8-1 8.2 Crypto Key Entry Using KYK-13 ........... 8-5 8.3 Red Crypto Key Entry Using AN/CYZ-10 ............................................. 8-7 8.4 Black Crypto Key Entry Using AN/CYZ-10 ........................................... 8-10 8.4.1 Set Parameters on AN/CYZ-10 ............. 8-10 8.4.2 Load BKAUPD Tape into KOI-18 ................................................... 8-12 8.4.3 Load Crypto Key Tape into KOI-18 ................................................... 8-13 8.4.4 Set Up DAGR ........................................ 8-14

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OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS ..................................................... 9.1 Areas Blocking Signals ............................ 9.2 Electronic Warfare ................................... 9.2.1 Spoofing and Anti-Spoofing .................... 9.2.2 Jamming and Anti-Jamming ....................

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TROUBLESHOOTING .................................... 10-1 10.1 Troubleshooting Procedure .................... 10-1 MESSAGES ...................................................... 11-1 11.1 Displayed Messages ............................... 11-1 BATTERY REPLACEMENT ........................... 12-1 12.1 Primary Battery Replacement ................ 12-1 12.2 Memory Battery Check .......................... 12-3 EXTERNAL INTERFACE ............................... 13-1 13.1 Installation To Host Platform ................. 13-1 13.2 Removal From Host Platform ................ 13-6 iii

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FOREWORD
SCOPE. This pocket guide is designed for eld use, and covers basic tasks necessary to use the DAGR in the Basic operating mode only. The user is provided essential tasks in abbreviated format along with related graphics where applicable. For more detailed information (including TO/TM references throughout manual and DAGR advanced functions), the user should refer to the DAGR Operator and Maintenance Technical Manual. Help text can be accessed when shown on the display. Equipment covered by this manual includes the AN/PSN-13 with software 984-2461-012, and the AN/PSN-13A with software 984-3006-002. Questions concerning technical content should be directed to WR-ALC/GBENS. GPS OPERATION. The NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS) is a space-based navigation and timing system made up of multiple satellites, a ground control system, and any number of navigation sets. The DAGR collects and

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To prevent injury or death during spoong or jamming, the DAGR must be loaded with current CV keys to operate correctly and improve accuracy. If abused, lithium batteries can explode causing severe injury. Be sure to store batteries in original packaging until ready to use and observe polarity during installation. Reverse polarity can cause damage to the battery and receiver. To prevent electrical shock, never open the external 110 V AC power cable adapter and never come in contact with its AC plug during operation. DAGR displays a warning when powered on after previously using the Fire Support page or after nonvolatile memory is cleared, stating the present position displayed is NOT the target position of the Fire Support page. vi
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All batteries in extreme temperatures have reduced capabilities. In the desert, DAGR radiant internal temperature could exceed 200 F. Lithium batteries breakdown at 260 F, alkaline batteries breakdown at 200 F, and both can put toxic fumes into the air. When batteries breakdown, the DAGR battery connections can also become corroded. Wash any acid away from skin with running water. Lithium batteries are recommended for use in extreme temperatures. Do not mix new batteries with old batteries. Do not mix battery types. Do not reverse battery polarity. Use only fresh/new batteries. This ensures proper battery life and proper unit operation. Ensure a good memory battery is installed before removing the primary battery pack to ensure all settings in memory are retained. A good memory battery is indicated by checking the memory battery date on the battery page, or if the battery is low, a Low Memory Battery message will show on the display.
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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 SAFETY SUMMARY (CONT).

Failure to observe correct polarity when installing the external DC power cable may result in damage to the DAGR. If using an external DC power source, ensure positive (red) lead of the external DC power cable is connected to positive lead of external power source. The DAGR is protected against accidental reverse connection of external power. Current position is necessary before accurate navigation of waypoints and routes can be accomplished. A high level of position error may place a mission at risk. Verify the FOM level is sufcient to accomplish the mission. Refer to Present Position or NAV Displays pages for the current FOM. Both the Zeroize function and Data Clear Options function destroy mission critical data, and DAGR operation can become seriously impaired for a particular mission without this data.

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When position data elds blink between black and gray text, the DAGR is not tracking satellites or has not yet acquired present position. Field data may be inaccurate when the DAGR does not have a position x. Be sure the DAGR has an open view of the sky to acquire the present position. If the position data elds continue to blink, perform the manual initialization procedure. Accidental jamming may occur when operating the DAGR near a source of high power electronic emissions. Move away from these sources and verify operation.

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CHAPTER 1 DAGR PHYSICAL FEATURES


1.1 GENERAL. Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 4.4 and 2.2. Refer to Figure 1-1 for display indicators, Figure 1-2 for keypad controls, and Figure 1-3 for physical features.

Figure 1-1. Display Indicators

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Figure 1-3. Physical Features

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CHAPTER 2 OPERATING PROCEDURES


2.1 POWER-ON.

When position data fields blink between black and gray text, the DAGR is not tracking satellites or has not yet acquired present position. Field data may be inaccurate when the DAGR does not have a position fix. Do not use the DAGR if power-on self-test fails. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 5.4.1. a. b. Push the key to turn the DAGR on.

The power-on status message shows for two seconds, then time out if the following are true. Self-test has passed DAGR does not need initialization key to acknowledge.

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If keypad/display lighting is required, toggle lighting on and off by pushing and holding the key.

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2.2 POWER-ON AND COMMANDED SELF-TEST. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 6.3.3. During power-up, the DAGR performs an automatic power-on self-test. The operator may also choose a commanded self-test that requires approximately four minutes to complete. a. Activate commanded DAGR self-test. (1) From any display except a message pop-up, push and hold the key until the Present Position page is displayed. (2) Push the key. (4) Highlight Test, then push the key. key.

(3) Highlight Select Op Mode, then push the

(5) The DAGR displays a message prompting the operator to confirm or cancel entering test mode.

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Display Light Test display appears with the brightness adjustment cycling between 0% and 100%. Verify the display lighting by viewing the DAGR display in a dark area. Push the key to continue.

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Contrast Test display appears with the contrast adjustment cycling between 0% and 100%. Push the key to continue.

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The Display Test Beginning message appears momentarily. The display sequences through white, light gray, dark gray, and black shading. The Display Test Completed message appears, followed immediately by a Power-On Status display listing self-test results.

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h.

Push the page.

key to return to the SV Sky View

NOTE The DAGR automatically switches to the Standby mode of operation. 2.3 MODE OF OPERATION. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 6.2.23 for mode of operation descriptions. Continuous is the normal operating mode for external power. Fix is the normal initial operating mode when operating on battery power. 2-7

TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 Continuous - Tracks satellites to produce a continuous PVT solution, and uses the most power. Fix - Tracks satellites to produce a current PVT solution, then automatically transitions to Standby mode after a position fix is obtained. Standby - Operates at reduced power and does not acquire and track satellites, but performs all functions that do not require satellites. Other available modes - Average, Time Only, Rehearsal, Test, and Off.

Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 9.5 and 9.5.3 (procedure b). Perform the following procedure to select the operating mode. a. From any display except a message pop-up, push and hold the key until the Present Position page is displayed. b. c. d. Push the key.

Highlight Select Op Mode, then push the key. Highlight the desired operating mode, then push the key.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 2.4 POWER OFF. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 5.4.4. a. b. Push and hold the key on the DAGR.

Power down warning is displayed (If auto-on, automark, or off mode display heater functions are enabled, a message appears prior to the power down warning). Wait allotted time for the DAGR to turn off, or push the immediately turn off the DAGR. key to

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CHAPTER 3 RECEIVER SETUP


3.1 MANUAL INITIALIZATION.

When data fields blink between black and gray text, the DAGR is not tracking satellites or acquired current position. Field data may be inaccurate when the DAGR does not have a position fix. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 5.4.2. If the DAGR has been moved between two different geographical locations and is not performing correctly, the DAGR may need to be initialized according to the DAGRs current location. The following procedure describes how to initially set up the DAGR Present Position page fields and edit field content when: DAGR is having difficulty obtaining a position fix. Datum is mismatched with navigation waypoints. Datum does not match the geographical map used. a. Power the DAGR on.

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Select Datum. (1) From the Present Position page, push the key. (2) Highlight Select Datum, then push the key. (3) Scroll using the and keys to select the datum corresponding to the geographical map being used, then push the key. (4) Display returns to the Present Position page with datum change made.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 (3) Choose the appropriate unit of measure, then push the key. (4) Display returns to the Present Position page with change made. (5) Edit Ground Speed and Track fields in similar manner. f. Configure initialization data (position, time, speed, and track). NOTE Entering data may not be necessary if current almanac is available (Refer to TO/TM paragraph 13.2). (1) From the Present Position page, push the key, then use the , , , and keys to scroll through and view fields as desired. If required, edit field content to configure initialization data for current geographical location. (2) When desired field is highlighted, push the key. An editor appears.

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editor functions. Push the key to save numeric changes, or select SAVE when finished with text changes. (4) Display returns to the Present Position page with changes made to field content. g. Select Continuous Operating Mode. (1) From the Present Position page, push the key. (2) Highlight Select Op Mode, then push the key. (3) Highlight Continuous, then push the key. If a message is displayed instructing the operator that initialization is required, push the key. (4) Display returns to the Present Position page with operating mode change made. 3-5

TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 h. Observe Present Position page.

When attempting to acquire satellites after the signals have been blocked for a period of time (e.g., when exiting a cave), acquisition time may be improved by momentarily cycling the unit to Standby mode and then back to the previous operating mode. (1) If Present Position page is not already displayed, push and hold the key until Present Position page is obtained. (2) The display position data fields stop blinking when the DAGR has obtained a current position fix. This current position data replaces any position data entered manually. (3) DAGR is initialized with information corresponding to the current geographical location. i. Observe SV Sky View page.

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CHAPTER 4 ACQUIRE CURRENT POSITION


4.1 ACQUIRE CURRENT POSITION. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 5.4.1.3. The DAGR obtains current position by simply turning the DAGR on with an open view of the sky. While acquiring satellites, DAGR displays the SV Sky View page. After satellites are acquired, DAGR automatically transitions to the Present Position page with current position coordinates shown. An indication of when the DAGR has obtained current position is provided by: Position data fields of the Present Position page remain solid black text and do not blink. On the SV Sky View page, solid black horizontal bars indicate satellites being tracked and data is collected; and Navigating shows at the top of display.

4.2 POS PAGE SET. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 6.2.9. The POS page set contains commonly used pages and are described as follows. Use the key or key to scroll pages.

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4.2.2 Situational Awareness Page. NOTE Range circles are not shown on display when a vector map is loaded into the DAGR. Provides a graphical display of relationships between present position, track, waypoints, routes, alerts, and search grid. Includes a north reference indicator, ground speed, track, position error data, and a range scale.

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4.2.3 NAV Pointer Page. Displays a pointer directing the operator towards the displayed waypoint. Also displays current navigation method, destination waypoint number and name, azimuth, and range information.

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4.2.4 Image Viewer Page. Displays images or maps including current position (center of display), landmarks, map objects, and selected waypoints, routes, and alerts. The operator uses zoom, pan, waypoint operations, and map selections to obtain desired view. The current position map is automatically displayed when loaded.
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4.2.5 SV Sky View Page. Displays status information on tracked satellites with the current operating status shown at the top of the display. Numbers inside black circles indicate satellites in use by the DAGR, with corresponding number at left side of display. A bar graph of each satellite indicates signal strength and code status. A long black bar indicates good signal strength and ephemeris data. A thick black bar indicates receiving Y or P code. If the DAGR is unable to display satellite information, no bars appear at all.

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CHAPTER 5 WAYPOINTS
5.1 WAYPOINT OPERATION. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 8.2. A Waypoint is position information used to navigate through terrain, define routes or navigation alerts, mark present or remote positions, or marking observation points and landmarks. 5.2 MARK PRESENT POSITION WAYPOINT. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 8.4. a. b. c. From any display, push and hold the Select MARK a WP, then push the key. key.

The MARK PRESENT POSITION message is displayed.

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A waypoint stored message is briefly displayed. key to acknowledge, or just let Push the display time out. Display returns to previously viewed display.

5.3 CREATE A NEW WAYPOINT. Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 8.2 and 8.2.3 (procedure b). a. b. c. From any display, push and hold the Highlight Create New WP, then push the key. The Waypoint Editor page is shown. The first unused waypoint is populated with current position information (if tracking satellites). key.

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Highlight Save and Exit, then push the

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CHAPTER 6 NAVIGATION
6.1 NAVIGATION OPERATION.

Current position is necessary before accurate navigation can be accomplished. Refer to TO/TM chapter 9 and paragraph 9.3. The GOTO WP function uses the DIRECT TO navigation method. Navigation information to the selected destination waypoint is automatically displayed using the NAV Pointer page. 6.2 WAYPOINT GOTO NAVIGATION. Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 9.3 and 9.3.5 (procedure b). a. From any display except a message pop-up, push and hold the is displayed. b. key, the Present Position page key.

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Scroll through the waypoint name list using the , , , and keys to select the desired destination waypoint. NOTE For waypoint selection sorting options, push the push the key. Select desired option, then key. key.

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After waypoint selection, push the

The DAGR automatically displays the NAV Pointer page. The top of the rotating compass dial indicates the current ground track.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 g. The display arrow points the azimuth to the destination waypoint. Move in the direction the arrow is pointing to navigate to the destination waypoint.

6.3 ALERTS. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 8.9.2. Alerts are made up of one or more waypoints, and are used to notify the operator is approaching or leaving a point, line, or area of significance (e.g., radius distance from a waypoint, defining a line not to be crossed, or mine field area). Anchor - Circular area defined by a radius from a waypoint. Activates when outside a defined radius. Hazard - Circular area defined by a radius from a waypoint. Activates when inside a defined radius. Buffer Zone - Rectangular area defined by two waypoints. Prevents the user from entering a defined area. Corridor - Rectangular area defined by two waypoints. Prevents the user from exiting a defined area. Other alerts include - Area, Boundary Line/Phase Line, Position Error, and Time/Date.

Perform the following procedure to access the Alerts page.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 a. From any display except a message pop-up, push and hold the is displayed. b. c. Push the the d. e. key. key. , and key, the Present Position page key twice to access the main menu.

Highlight Waypoints/Routes/Alerts, then push

Highlight Alerts, then push the assigned alerts. Use the , , keys to view alert information.

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CHAPTER 7 OPERATION CHECKS


7.1 OPERATION CHECKS. Refer to TO/TM chapter 18. INDICATION High FOM/Position Error Action Check SV Sky View page or SV Status page. Action Ensure you are tracking at least four satellites. Action Ensure the antenna is not masked. Move to position where antenna has clear view of the sky. If you are stationary and the antenna is masked by foliage, select the Average mode of operation. Action Ensure keys are loaded and you have current key. Check Crypto Fill page. Reference SV Sky View page (TO/TM paragraph 13.2), SV Status page (TO/TM paragraph 13.4), Crypto Fill page (TO/TM paragraph 7.2) INDICATION Unexpected Power Off Action Check Power Saver page, Auto-Off Timer field. Action Check for dead battery. If DAGR will not power-on at all, the battery is dead. Replace it.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 Reference Power Saver page (TO/TM paragraph 7.5) INDICATION ON display sequence does not complete. DAGR shuts off when new batteries are installed. Action Push PWR key repeatedly until DAGR stays on. If DAGR still does not stay on, replace batteries. Reference Battery page (TO/TM paragraph 7.6) INDICATION Obtaining a position fix takes too long Action Initialize position, date, and time. Check Present Position page. Action Ensure you are tracking satellites. Check SV Sky View page or SV Status page. Action Ensure the antenna is not masked. Move to position where antenna has clear view of the sky. If you can not move and the antenna is masked by foliage, select the Average mode of operation (TO/TM paragraph 6.2.23). Reference Present Position page (TO/TM paragraph 9.5), SV Sky View page (TO/TM paragraph 13.2), SV Status page (TO/TM paragraph 13.4) INDICATION DAGR not tracking satellites (display fields blinking)

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 Action Check SV Sky View page or SV Status page. Action Ensure DAGR is not in Standby mode or Rehearsal mode Action Ensure the antenna is not masked. Move to position where antenna has clear view of the sky. Action If the DAGR has been in Continuous mode while masked, recycle power or select Standby and then Fix or Continuous mode. Reference SV Sky View page (TO/TM paragraph 13.2), SV Status page (TO/TM paragraph 13.4) INDICATION Position does not agree with map or other navigation sources Action Check Present Position page. Action Check for proper datum and spheroid (ellipsoid). Reference Present Position page (TO/TM paragraph 9.5) INDICATION Navigation information does not agree with map or other navigation sources Action Check NAV Displays pages. Action Ensure waypoint datum matches setup datum. Action Check coordinates system if using MGRS and second letter of 100,000 meter square designation is different.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 Action Check for proper range and ground speed units (metric, English, or nautical) Reference NAV Displays page (TO/TM paragraph 9.4), Waypoint Editor page (TO/TM paragraph 8.3), Present Position page (TO/TM paragraph 9.5) INDICATION Azimuth does not agree with other navigation sources Action Check NAV Displays pages. Action Ensure MAGVAR type, direction, and value in setup matches your map or other navigation source. Action Check for proper north reference (magnetic, grid, or true) Reference NAV Displays page (TO/TM paragraph 9.4), Present Position page (TO/TM paragraph 9.5) INDICATION Elevation does not agree with map or other navigation sources Action Check Present Position page. Action Check for proper elevation reference. MSL is normally used. Action Check to see if you are in elevation hold on the present position display. Ensure you are tracking at least four satellites so that elevation can be calculated accurately. Check SV Sky View or SV Status pages. Select AUTOMATIC elevation hold in setup.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 Reference Present Position page (TO/TM paragraph 9.5), SV Sky View page (TO/TM paragraph 13.2), SV Status page (TO/TM paragraph 13.4) INDICATION DAGR will not compute ground speed, track, steering, time to go, minimum miss distance, or glide path deviation Action The DAGR internal compass may be disabled or need orientation. Check Internal Compass page. Action You may not be moving fast enough. You must move at least 0.5 m/s (approx 1.8 K/hr or 1 mph). Action Ensure you are not in Standby mode. In Standby, the DAGR does not track satellites or compute navigation information. Reference Internal Compass page (TO/TM paragraph 10.3) INDICATION Averaging operating mode counter will not increment Action Check Present Position page. Action Ensure the DAGR has a good position fix. The counter will not begin incrementing until 13 seconds after a position fix is obtained. Reference Present Position page (TO/TM paragraph 9.5) INDICATION Multiple symptoms

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CHAPTER 8 DATA TRANSFER


8.1 DAGR TO DAGR DATA TRANSFER. Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 11.2 and 11.2.3 (procedure a). a. Connect both DAGRs together with the DAGR to DAGR data cable using the J2 external connector on both units. Power both DAGRs on. On both DAGRs, push the key. The Receiver Status display is shown.

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key. Highlight Select Function Set, key.

key. A Highlight Basic, then push the changing profiles message appears.

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Push the key to acknowledge. The display returns to the Receiver Status display. Push the key to acknowledge, and if

necessary, push the key to acknowledge other message pop-ups. The display shows the Present Position page.

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key twice to access the Main menu.

Highlight Communications, then push the key. Highlight Data Transfer, then push the The Data Transfer page is displayed. key.

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m. On the Data Transfer page of the sending DAGR, push the key to highlight a field.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 n. o. Use the Port field. Push the then push the p. q. Use the field. Push the push the r. s. or or keys to highlight the COM

key, then highlight COM Port 1, key. keys to highlight the Mode

key, then highlight DAGR, then key.

Use the or keys to highlight the Data To Transfer field. Push the key, then highlight the type of data key.

to be sent, then push the

NOTE If transferring waypoint data, set the From WP and To WP fields to the appropriate range of waypoints needed, otherwise all 999 waypoints will be transferred.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 t. On the Data Transfer page of the sending DAGR, push the u. v. key.

Highlight Start Data XFR, then push the key to initiate the data transfer process. Messages show on both DAGR displays indicating the data transfer is starting, in progress, complete, aborted, or failed. Follow instructions on display. When data transfer is complete, disconnect the data cable assembly and perform other DAGR operations as desired. NOTE If an undesired power down message is displayed, push the key to cancel the power down. The receiving DAGR switches to Standby mode.

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8.2 CRYPTO KEY ENTRY USING KYK-13. Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 7.2 and 7.2.3 (procedure c). a. Power the DAGR on.

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Highlight Receiver Setup, then push the key. Highlight Crypto Fill, then push the The Crypto Fill page is displayed. key.

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Connect the KYK-13 to the J1 connector on the DAGR using the crypto keyfill cable. From the Crypto Fill page on the DAGR, push the key to highlight a field.

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or keys to On the DAGR, use the highlight the CV Loading Interface field, then push the key.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 h. i. j. On the DAGR, highlight DS-102, then push the key. Set the KYK-13 selector switch to the position that contains the crypto key. Set the KYK-13 mode switch to ON. The light on the KYK-13 flashes (for red key only), showing a successful crypto key. Set the KYK-13 mode switch to OFF. Disconnect the KYK-13 and cable from the DAGR.

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m. On the DAGR, acknowledge any messages and observe the CV Status field on the Crypto Fill page. 8.3 RED CRYPTO KEY ENTRY USING AN/CYZ-10. Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 7.2 and 7.2.3 (procedure e). a. b. c. Power the DAGR on. Push the key twice to access the Main menu.

Highlight Receiver Setup, then push the key.

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Highlight the CV Loading Interface field, then push the key. key.

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Highlight DS-101, then push the

Connect the crypto keyfill cable to the J1 connector on the DAGR. Do not connect the crypto keyfill cable to the AN/CYZ10 until instructed by this procedure. NOTE The following steps refer to the AN/CYZ-10 unless specified otherwise.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 h. Power the AN/CYZ-10 on (if not already powered on). The display shows SOI RADIO SUPERVISOR. Select RADIO from the display. Display shows SETUP COMSEC TIME. Select COMSEC from the display. Display shows VG LD RV AK MK VU. Select LD from the display. Display shows TEK KEK. Select TEK from the display.

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m. Push the PgDN or PgUP keys, as required, to view the desired key, then push the ENTR key. NOTE While performing the following steps, ignore all display instructions relating to an RT. n. o. Display shows QUIT (Key Name/Number) XMT. Select QUIT from the display. Display shows CONNECT ANCD TO RT (WAIT) (). Push the down arrow key ().

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 p. Display shows PRESS (LOAD) ON RT. Connect the crypto keyfill cable to the AN/CYZ-10. The crypto key is automatically loaded into the DAGR. Acknowledge any DAGR messages and observe the CV Status field on the Crypto Fill page. After the key is loaded, disconnect the crypto keyfill cable from the AN/CYZ-10 and the DAGR.

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8.4 BLACK CRYPTO KEY ENTRY USING AN/CYZ-10. Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 7.2 and 7.2.3 (procedure f). Procedures are written for AN/CYZ-10 software application F4.09. When in doubt about the application version or operation, contact the COMSEC custodian. 8.4.1 Set Parameters on AN/CYZ-10. a. b. c. Connect the AN/CYZ-10 fill cable to the AN/CYZ-10. Power the AN/CYZ-10 on. From the main menu, select APPL, then push the ENTR key.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 d. e. Select software version, then push the ENTR key. Display shows LOADING APPLICATION. NOTE If display shows AUDIT TRAIL IS FULL, push the CLR key, then notify supervisor. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. n. o. p. Select UTILITY, then push the ENTR key. Select SETUP, then push the ENTR key. Select PROTOCOL, then push the ENTR key. Select CFD, then push the ENTR key. The fill devices menu is displayed. Select the fill device, then push the ENTR key. The setup menu is displayed. The main menu is displayed. Select RECV, then push the ENTR key. The connect to station message is displayed.

m. Push the ABORT key.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 8.4.2 Load BKAUPD Tape into KOI-18. These steps refer to the AN/CYZ-10. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. n. o. p. 8-12 Connect the AN/CYZ-10 cable to the KOI-18. Put the BKAUPD tape into the KOI-18. Push the RECV key. LOAD IN PROCESS is displayed. Pull the tape through the KOI-18. DATA RECEIVED is displayed. Push the RECV key. LOAD IN PROCESS is displayed. Pull the tape through the KOI-18 again. ENTER TEXT ID is displayed. Enter the text ID for the key, then push the ENTR key. ENTER SHORT TITLE is displayed. ENTER SEGMENT NUMBER is displayed. Enter the segment number from 1 to 15. ENTER REG NUMBER is displayed.

m. Enter the short title for the key.

TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 q. r. s. Enter the reg number. SELECT CLASSIFICATION is displayed. From the menu, select the classification.

8.4.3 Load Crypto Key Tape into KOI-18. These steps refer to the AN/CYZ-10. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. Put the crypto key variables tape into the KOI-18. Push the RECV key. LOAD IN PROCESS is displayed. Pull the tape through the KOI-18. DATA RECEIVED is displayed. Push the RECV key. LOAD IN PROCESS is displayed. Pull the tape through the KOI-18 again. ENTER TEXT ID is displayed. Enter the text ID for the key, then push the ENTR key. ENTER SHORT TITLE is displayed. Enter the short title for the key. 8-13

TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 m. ENTER SEGMENT NUMBER is displayed. n. o. p. q. r. Enter the segment number from 1 to 3. ENTER REG NUMBER is displayed. Enter the reg number. SELECT CLASSIFICATION is displayed. From the menu, select the classification.

8.4.4 Set Up DAGR. a. b. c. d. Power the DAGR on. Push the key twice to access the Main menu.

Highlight Receiver Setup, then push the key. Highlight Crypto Fill, then push the The Crypto Fill page is displayed. key.

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Highlight the CV Loading Interface field, then push the key. key.

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Highlight DS-101, then push the

Connect the crypto keyfill cable to the J1 connector on the DAGR. Do not connect the crypto keyfill cable to the AN/CYZ10 until instructed by these procedures.

8.4.5 Set Up AN/CYZ-10. a. b. c. Power the AN/CYZ-10 on. Wait for self-test to complete. Connect the crypto keyfill cable to the AN/CYZ-10. Use the arrow () key to select the latest version of software application.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 NOTE Configuration of the AN/CYZ-10 can vary. The application may automatically load. When in doubt about the AN/CYZ-10 operation, contact the COMSEC custodian. d. e. f. Select APPL, then push the ENTR key. Wait for the software application to load. Select the appropriate software version, then push the ENTR key. LOADING APPLICATION is displayed. NOTE If display shows AUDIT TRAIL IS FULL, push the CLR key, then notify supervisor. g. If LMD shows in the upper right corner of display, proceed to step o. If LMD is not displayed, continue with the next step. Use the arrow () key to select UTILITY. Push the ENTR key. Push the ENTR key again to display SETUP. Push the ENTR key again to display PROTOCOL.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 l. Use the arrow () key to highlight LMD, then push the ENTR key.

m. Push the ABORT key. The display has LMD in the upper right corner. n. o. Push the ENTR key for XMIT. Push the ENTR key again to select FILL.

8.4.6 Load BKAUPD Key into DAGR. These steps refer to the AN/CYZ-10. a. Push the PgUP or PgDN key to select the BKAUPD parameters key name. NOTE Key name may vary depending on the assigned name. When in doubt of which key to use, contact the COMSEC custodian. b. c. d. e. f. Push the ENTR key. XMT is shown in the lower right corner of the display. Use the arrow () key to highlight sEnd. Push the ENTR key, or push the SEND key. Push the ENTR key for DIRECT. Push the SEND key, or push the ENTR key. 8-17

TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 g. h. i. The keys being transferred and the message 1 MSGS TRANSMITTED are displayed. After the BKAUPD parameters key is loaded, use the arrow () key to select NEW. Push the ENTR key.

8.4.7 Load Crypto Key into DAGR. These steps refer to the AN/CYZ-10. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. Push the PgUP or PgDN keys to select the crypto variables key. Push the ENTR key. XMT is shown in the lower right corner of the display. Use the arrow () key to highlight sEnd. Push the ENTR key, or push the SEND key. Push the ENTR key for DIRECT. Push the SEND key, or push the ENTR key. The keys being transferred and the message 1 MSGS TRANSMITTED are displayed.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 NOTE The DAGR generates a successful key load message for each valid and completed black key received. If the DAGR displays the warning INVALID CV LOADED, push the ENTER key on the DAGR. The DAGR should then display VALID CV LOADED. The BKAUPD parameters and crypto variables are now loaded into the DAGR, and provide mission coverage for less than 28 days. h. When loading is complete, disconnect the crypto keyfill cable from the AN/CYZ-10 and the DAGR. Power off the AN/CYZ-10. Power off the DAGR.

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8.5 DATA CLEAR.

Data Clear can destroy mission critical data. Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 12.5 and 12.5.2.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 a. From any display except a message pop-up, push the displayed. b. c. d. e. Push the key, the Present Position page is key twice to access the main menu. key.

Highlight System, then push the key.

Highlight Data Clear Options, then push the The clear data message is displayed. Select the desired data to be cleared using the keys. or

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 g. Push the key to acknowledge the clear data passed message.

8.6 EMERGENCY ZEROIZE.

Emergency zeroize clears ALL mission critical data. Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 7.3.1 and 7.3.3 (procedure a). a. b. From any display except a message pop-up, push the and keys simultaneously. The Activate Emergency Zeroize message is displayed.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 d. Push the key to acknowledge the emergency zeroize passed message.

8.7 ZEROIZE CV KEYS.

Zeroize CV keys clears CV key data only. Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 7.3.2 and 7.3.3 (procedure b). a. From any display except a message pop-up, push and hold the is displayed. b. c. d. e. Push the key, the Present Position page key twice to access the main menu.

Highlight Receiver Setup, then push the key. Highlight Crypto Fill, then push the key.

The Crypto Fill page is shown. Fields can be highlighted or not highlighted.

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Highlight Zeroize CV Keys, then push the key. The Activate CV Zeroize message is displayed.

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CHAPTER 9 OPERATION UNDER UNUSUAL CONDITIONS


9.1 AREAS BLOCKING SIGNALS. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 15.2.1. If operating in a cave environment, place DAGR in Standby mode prior to entering these conditions. When back in unobscured conditions from a cave environment, set the DAGR to a tracking mode. The DAGR performs a direct Y-code acquisition (if CV keys are loaded). If operating in a dense foliage environment, place DAGR in Average mode and keep stationary to acquire current position. Do not move DAGR in Average mode. If DAGR is left in a tracking mode for one hour or more while obscured, ability to perform direct Y-code acquisition may be lost. When back in unobscured conditions, cycle the DAGR to Standby mode then to a tracking mode. The DAGR performs a direct Y-code acquisition (if CV keys are loaded).

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To prevent injury or death during spoong or jamming, the DAGR must be loaded with current CV keys to operate correctly and improve accuracy. 9.2.1 Spoong and Anti-Spoong. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 15.3.1. Hostile parties may imitate (spoof) GPS signals causing errors in navigation information. Improve operation by the following. Ensure current crypto keys are loaded (Refer to TO/TM paragraph 7.2). Command the DAGR to use only satellites transmitting Y-code signals (Refer to TO/TM paragraph 7.4.2.4).

9.2.2 Jamming and Anti-Jamming. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 15.3.2. Signal interference (jamming) may occur due to hostile parties or when operating near large metal objects, dense foliage, or high power electronic emissions, etc. Improve operation by the following. Operate the DAGR close to the ground to minimize reception of ground based signals.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 Avoid operating the DAGR near a tank, dense foliage, or a source of high power electronic emissions. Block the jamming signal by placing your body between the DAGR and the jamming source. Use average mode of operation to acquire present position data. Use jammer nder procedures to aid in nding source of jamming (Refer to TO/TM paragraph 14.5). Use the anti-jam accessory when in a host platform.

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CHAPTER 10 TROUBLESHOOTING
10.1 TROUBLESHOOTING PROCEDURE. Refer to TO/TM chapter 19. Refer to chapter 11 in this manual for specific information on messages displayed.

Figure 10-1. Troubleshooting Procedure (Sheet 1 of 6) 10-1

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Figure 10-1. Troubleshooting Procedure (Sheet 4)

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Figure 10-1. Troubleshooting Procedure (Sheet 5)

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Figure 10-1. Troubleshooting Procedure (Sheet 6)

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CHAPTER 11 MESSAGES
11.1 DISPLAYED MESSAGES. Refer to TO/TM chapter 16.

Figure 11-1. Messages (Sheet 1 of 19)

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Figure 11-1. Messages (Sheet 2)

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Figure 11-1. Messages (Sheet 18)

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CHAPTER 12 BATTERY REPLACEMENT


12.1 PRIMARY BATTERY REPLACEMENT.

Do not mix new with old batteries, mix battery types, or reverse battery polarity. Use only fresh/ new batteries. Ensure a good memory battery is installed. This ensures proper battery life and unit operation. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 22.6.2. Refer to Figure 12-1. a. b. c. Pull latch on battery pack to release, then remove battery pack. Remove batteries and dispose according to local regulations. Position battery removal strap into battery pack and install new batteries (ensure correct polarity).

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Highlight Receiver Setup, then push the key. Highlight Battery, then push the Battery page is shown. Use the to access page views. or key. The keys

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Update the Power Batteries Installed field, Battery Type field, and Rechargeable field with current information. Push the select Reset Battery Used. key, then

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Figure 12-1. Primary Battery Replacement 12.2 MEMORY BATTERY CHECK. Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 7.6, 7.6.3 (procedure b), and 22.6.3. a. From any display except a message pop-up, push and hold the is displayed. key, the Present Position page

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Highlight Receiver Setup, then push the key. Highlight Battery, then push the The Battery page is shown. Use the keys to access page view. key. or

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CHAPTER 13 EXTERNAL INTERFACE


13.1 INSTALLATION TO HOST PLATFORM.

Failure to observe correct polarity when installing the external DC power cable may result in damage to the DAGR. Fuse is located in the positive (red) lead of the external power cable. NOTE Internal primary power batteries are not required while using external power, but may remain installed. The memory battery should always remain installed. Refer to Figure 13-1 for a diagram of the host platform interconnection, and to Figure 13-2 for external power connection. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 20.3.3. a. Pull outward on two slide pins located on mount. Install DAGR into host platform mount.

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 b. Connect J4 of the DAGR to the external power source cable, then connect cable to external power source (black to negative and red to positive). Connect J3 of the DAGR to the external antenna cable, then connect cable to external antenna. NOTE For the anti-jam accessory (AJA), connect J3 of the DAGR to the RA-1 antenna cable, then connect antenna cable to J1 of the antijam accessory. d. J1 and J2 are connected as needed for data transfer with an external device. (If not using the anti-jam accessory, go to step g.) If using the anti-jam accessory, connect the rectangular plug of the AJA data cable to J1 of the DAGR. If using the anti-jam accessory, connect the round plug of the AJA data cable to J2 of the anti-jam accessory. Connect the round plug of the AJA power cable to J3 of the anti-jam accessory. Connect the two electrical connectors

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 of the AJA power cable (black to negative and red to positive) to the host platform DC power source (switched). NOTE Connect the anti-jam accessory to a DC power source that can be switched off. If the DC power source is not switched off when the anti-jam accessory is not in use, an unnecessary power drain will result in the host platform. g. The DAGR automatically updates itself to using external power. No reconguration is necessary when using external antenna.

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Figure 13-1. Host Platform Interconnection

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Figure 13-2. External Power Connection

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TO 31R4-2PSN13-8-1 13.2 REMOVAL FROM HOST PLATFORM. Refer to TO/TM paragraph 22.2. a. b. c. d. Power DAGR off. Remove any cables from connectors J1, J2, J3, and J4. Pull outward on two slide pins located on mount and twist to lock into open position. Remove DAGR from host platform mount and release slide pins.

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CHAPTER 14 MENU TREE


14.1 MAIN MENU AND SUBMENUS. Refer to TO/TM paragraphs 6.2.1 through 6.2.8. Only main menu and submenu listings are shown. Page and field menus are not shown, but have accessible related menus and/or editors. Menu structure is as follows: Main Menu Provides submenu choices. Submenu Provides page or function choices. Page Menu Provides specific functions or editors associated with the page. Field Menu Provides specific functions or editors associated with the field.

With a page displayed or a field selected, the corresponding menu may be viewed by pushing the MENU key. Pushing the QUIT key backs out of the menu and return to the previous display. When the menu selection has an arrow symbol to its right, push the ENTER key to view the submenu. Items that are not currently available are disabled and appear as light gray text. Advanced menu items are only available when the advanced function set is selected. 14-1

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Figure 14-1. Menu Tree (Sheet 1 of 3)

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Figure 14-1. Menu Tree (Sheet 2)

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Figure 14-1. Menu Tree (Sheet 3)

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