SINCGAR

AcronymDefinition
SINCGARSingle Channel Ground-To-Air Radio
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You can find information on how to do the same NET ID RETRANS in the SINCGARS Technical Manual 11-5820-890-8; pages 4-31, TM dated December 1998.
The new modular communications power amplifiers are built on a rich heritage that includes the TC-150M Broadband PA, Dual SINCGARS PA, TC-100L SATCOM PA, and the JSF UHF/VHF PA.
3] international business area, stated: This order is from a long-standing international customer who recognizes not only the robustness of the SINCGARS radio, but also the technological upgrades that have kept it on the cutting edge of battlefield communications.
This order is from a long-standing international customer who recognizes not only the robustness of the SINCGARS radio, but also the technological upgrades that have kept it on the cutting edge of battlefield communications," said Ken Harrison, the vice president and general manager of the Exelis Night Vision and Communications Solutions' international business area.
While the Sincgars provided a quantum leap in connectivity and security on the battlefield, it was primarily designed as a voice radio.
SINCGARS - Single Channel Ground and Airborne Radio System
The Army Science Board, an advisory panel, recommended in a 2007 report that the Army "stop buying Sincgars immediately" so it could invest the money in "future, not legacy hardware.
SINCGARS cue, manual and net identification assignments
The radio tests validated that personnel using AN/PRC-154A Rifleman and legacy SINCGARS radios could connect with the PRC-155 MUOS-Manpack radio to access the MUOS SATCOM system.
During these exercises ITT also demonstrated its Sidehat radio and Wearable Soldier Radio Terminal--the Sidehat (arrow) is a plug-in solution to the Sincgars radio that provides the single-channel radios with a second, JTRS-compliant channel.
The Radio Test Set is powered by a BA-5372/U battery which is currently in the military inventory and used with SINCGARS radios.
This "sidehat" radio, also priced at about $10,000 each, would bring data connectivity to the SINCGARS voice communications net.