Table 3B-85. Tuning to Airport Frequencies
Pressing function key COM will access the
Enter airport to access airport frequency.
Indicates page 2 of 3. Scroll vertically to
access additional pages.
Select desired airport frequency.
An * indicates airport frequency is currently
Vertical scrolling will access additional V/UHF
Airport Frequency pages. The scrolling wraps around
if more than one page exists.
Data Lines 1 through 4 will display the following
airport frequency information:
1. The V/UHF frequency.
2. The 3 or 4-character communication type
(ATI, CPT, etc.).
3. The sectorization data (if any).
(f) V/UHF Radio Mode Selection. To
select the V/UHF radio mode, toggle the MODE line
select key on the V/UHF control page Figure 3B-123
and Table 3B -86. The possible selections are:
Transmit/Receive (TR), transmit/receive with the
independent guard receiver activated (TR/G), UHF
guard (GD243), and VHF guard (GD121). In UHF
transmitter/receiver to 243.000 MHz and deactivates
the independent guard receiver. In VHF guard mode,
the FMS-800 tunes the V/UHF transmitter/receiver to
121.500 MHz and deactivates the independent guard
receiver. When in either of the guard modes, the
Communication page displays the guard frequencies
and GUARD for the callsign.
(g) V/UHF Radio Squelch, Bandwidth,
Tone, and Modulation Control. Control of the V/UHF
radio squelch and tone is performed on the V/UHF
Control page. Toggle the squelch ON or OFF by
pressing the SQL line select key. Select headset
beeps on and off by pressing the BEEP line select
Figure 3B-123. V/UHF Control Functions
Table 3B-86. V/UHF Control Functions
Pressing the function key COM will access
the communication page.
Press to access the V/UHF CTRL page.
Enable/disable frequency scanning.
Access SINCGARS control.
Access HAVE QUICK control.
Returns to the communication page.
Enable/disable audio beeps.
Select radio modes: TR, TR/G, G243.0, or
Functionality. The FMS-800 order of operations for
setting up the V/UHF radios for HAVE QUICK I/II
functionality is as follows:
1. Load the MWOD and/or FMT lists
into the V/UHF.