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Field Manual

FM 24-22

Washington, DC, 30 June 1977

FM 24-22

Communications-Electronics Management System

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - C-EMS Development

1-1. Introduction

1-2. The Need for C-EMS

1-3. The Design of C-EMS

Chapter 2 - Management Objectives

2-1. Introduction

2-2. Management Policies

2-3. Standardization of Technical Parameters

2-4. Equipment Compatibility

2-5. Terminology

2-6. C-E Management

CHAPTER 3 - The C-E System

3-1. Introduction

3-2. Theater of Operations

3-3. Area Communications

3-4. Corps Communications System

3-5. Division Communications System

3-6. Brigade Communications System

Chapter 4 - Management Structure

4-1. Introduction

4-2. Theater and Theater Army C-E Management

4-3. Theater Communications Command (Army)(TCC(A))

4-4. Corps Level C-E Management

4-5. Division Level C-E Management

Chapter 5 - C-E Planning

5-1. Introduction

5-2. Relationship Between C-E Planning and Engineering

5-3. Preparation of C-E Estimates, Plans, and Orders

5-4. Procedures

5-5. Maintenance of Records

5-6. Assessment and Allocation of Resources

5-7. Responsibilities for Assessment and Allocation

5-8. Validation of User Requirements

5-9. Preferential Services

5-10. Issuing Technical Directives

5-11. Introduction of New Equipment

5-12. Radio Frequency Management

5-13. International Frequency Control

5-14. Frequency Management Channels

5-15. Theater Level Frequency Management

5-16. Theater Army Frequency Management

5-17. Corps Level Frequency Management

5-18. Division Level Frequency Management

5-19. The Automated CEOI

5-20. Contingency Planning

5-21. Recording User Locations

5-22. Security

5-23. Messenger Service

5-24. Directory Service

Chapter 6 - C-E Systems Engineering

6-1. Introduction

6-2. Network Layout

6-3. Traffic Engineering

6-4. Traffic Engineering Responsibilities

6-5. Telephone Traffic Engineering

6-6. Teletypewriter/Data Traffic Engineering

6-7. The Circuit Routing List/Bulletin

6-8. Traffic Diagrams

6-9. Traffic Route Bulletin

6-10. Line Route Map

6-11. Multichannel Systems and Radio Net Diagrams

6-12. System Performance Analysis

6-13. Electronic Counter-Countermeasures (ECCM)

Chapter 7 - Control Functions

7-1. Introduction

7-2. Communications System Control Element (CSCE)

7-3. Communications Nodal Control Element (CNCE)

7-4. C-E System Deactivation

Appendix A - References

Appendix B - Telephone Numbering System, Transmission System Designation and Circuit Identification

B-1. Tactical Telephone Numbering Plan

B-2. System Designation and Circuit Identification

B-3. System Designators

B-4. Circuit Designators

B-5. Priorities for System and Circuit Restoral

Appendix C - Special C-E Forms

C-1. Introduction

C-2. Communications System Information Summary

C-3. C-E Trouble Record

C-4. Operational Resources Record

C-5. Traffic Status Record

C-6. Special Communications Authorization Request

C-7. Telecommunications Service Order

C-8. Communications System Document Change Order

C-9. Master Station Log

C-10. System and Circuit Status Record

C-11. System and Circuit Status Record, Card 2

C-12. Circuit Routing List

Blank Forms

Authorization Letter

DISTRIBUTION RESTRICTION: Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.

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