(2) Coordinate with adjacent and subordinate units.
(3) Coordinate with the area frequency manager.
(4) Prepare SOI items for allocating frequency to your
divisions, allocating call signs, and assigning frequencies and call
signs to HQ and subordinate units.
(7) Receive, process, and forward radio frequency requirements
for signal operations in the area.
Multichannel requirements often exceed the available channels. This
is particularly true in areas with extensive television and/or
Control of the frequencies is essential.
You obtain your multichannel frequencies from the corps SOI frequency
The following procedures apply to corps level frequency control and
(8) Your divisions must submit their plans.
include a system diagram that identifies and locates terminals and
(9) Upon receipt of these plans, you plot the systems on a
situation map and assign frequencies.
corps frequency branch.
(11) When frequency requirements are not adequate to meet the
mission, request assistance from the post frequency officer.
necessary, he forwards the request to the J/FP for action. Response
to the request comes back through the chain-of-command.
When adequate frequencies exist, the division S3 assigns frequencies
for each system in his area.
Upon implementation, he forwards a
complete multichannel plan to the corps frequency branch.
The method you use for frequency selection depends on the kind of
equipment you use, and your communications network. You find