Learning Event 3:
LOAD LDF MEMORY
Memory Loading Operation. To load input copy into memory prior to sending copy (burst
transmission) to another LDF, perform the following procedures.
a. Set MODE/DATA FORMAT switch (Figure 6) to desired MODE B position.
b. Set PUSH FOR ON power switch to ON position and verify POWER ON indicator lights.
ERROR indicator flashes then goes out, indicating that the memory diagnostic test has been completed.
Drum stops in home position.
c. Press PAPER RELEASE lever firmly, and insert input copy onto drum. The input copy is
inserted with the left-hand edge of the copy in the drum and the copy face up. Margin lamps flash for 10
d. Move STOP handle to position flashing lamp just to the left of last portion of copy to be sent.
Squeeze and move carriage START handle to position flashing lamp just to the right of first part of copy
to be sent.
Press and release PAPER RELEASE lever to start margin lamps flashing again, if
e. For hard to read copy, set HI RES LO SP/HI SP LO RES switch to HI RES LO SP;
otherwise, always use HI SP LO RES position.
f. Set GRAY B/W switch to B/W, unless gray shades are required.
g. Press MEMORY LOAD button to read copy into memory. MEMORY LOAD indicator
flashes while loading. When loading is complete, document ejects, and MEMORY LOAD indicator
Send (Burst Transmission) Operation. To transmit the input copy in memory from the sending
LDF to the receiving LDF, perform the following procedures:
a. Set MODE/DATA FORMAT switch (Figure 6) to select type of transmission data: COMP,
COMP FEC or UNCOMP. COMP is always used unless poor circuit is encountered.
b. Set NATO STD/ALT LDF switch to desired position, normally LDF.
c. Use voice communications to inform the receiving LDF operator that the sending LDF is
ready to transmit and to confirm that the receive LDF is ready to receive.