Table 3-2-1. Have Quick II Additional Functions
Frequency and Use
Places the radio in
the normal operat-
ing mode and pro-
vides for the verifi-
cation of an
logged for entered
Enables the load-
ing of MWODs.
Enables the pilot
erase the nonvola-
tile memory con-
Enables the load-
ing of training fre-
MWOD data is stored in nonvolatile memory within the
radio set. Seven memory locations are available for each
MWOD with the capability of storing a maximum of six
MWODs within the radio set. The channel selectors, the
manual frequency selectors, and the tone button are uti-
lized to load the required segments for each MWOD.
Channel positions 2014 are used to facilitate the load-
ing of MWOD segments. A minimum of one WOD must
be stored for the unit to be functional in the AJ mode.
Channel position 14 is used for day-of-month information
(date code). The date code is represented by frequency
3AB.000 MHz in which AB is the day of the month. For
example; if todays date is the 15th of the month, the date
code entry would be 315.000 MHz. Channel position 1 is
used for entering the current operational date is the same
as the date code format.
When the radio is turned off or power is lost after entry of
MWOD and date code, the data is not lost; therefore, the
information remains intact until manually changed or era-
sed. The six most recently entered MWODs are retai-
ned. If a MWOD with duplicate date is entered, the new
entry takes precedence.
After the MWOD information is entered, the pilot would
proceed to obtain the TOD. Operational date information
is part of the HQII TOD message. If HQII TOD message
is unavailable, the pilot must manually enter the opera-
tional date so the radio can select the proper MWOD. If
power is lost, operational date is lost and must be reen-
The TOD is essential for communicating in the AJ mode
which allows frequency-hopping at the same instant in
time. Reception and transmission of the TOD is possible
in normal and AJ modes. The first TOD reception must
occur in the normal mode.
The radio automatically accepts the first TOD message
once the predesignated frequency for TOD transmission
has been entered and the T position of the hundredth
megahertz selector has been momentarily selected and
released. Subsequent messages are ignored unless the
pilot enables the radio to receive a new/updated TOD.
The TOD contained in a radio may also be sent to other
radios similarly equipped.
3-2-8. Net Number.
The net number enables multiple station nets to operate
simultaneously on a noninterfering basis in AJ mode,
while sharing a common WOD and TOD. The net number
begins with the letter A and is followed by three digits
from 000 to 999. The last two digits of the display desig-
nate how the radio is to function and/or the frequency
hopping table being used (Table 3-2-2). Net number
availability is dependent on the operational mode of AJ
and is depicted in table 3-2-3.
Table 3-2-2. Net Selection
- Basic HAVE QUICK
- HAVE QUICK II NATO Hopset
- HAVE QUICK II non-NATO Hopset
- Not Used-Interrupted Fault Tone
- Basic HAVE QUICK Training
- HAVE QUICK II Training
- Not Used - Interrupted Fault Tone
Table 3-2-3. Net Type, Quantity, and Frequency
Types of Nets
Range of Nets
Basic HQ Training
5 A00.000 A00.400
Basic HQ Tactical
1000 A00.000 A01.500
HQ II Training
16 A00.025 A01.525
HQ II Tactical
1000 A00.0XX A99.9XX
Any selection of a net number outside the
range indicated, for each type of net, will re-
sult in the invalid number warning tone.