(3) The operator receives the command to designate the target.
the command verbally or by the DMD radio data link.
(4) The operator then triggers the LD/R to produce a continuous laser pulse
(5) The laser-seeking ordnance homes in on the reflected laser spot on the
(6) Upon ordnance impact, the operator immediately releases the trigger.
G/VLLD Target Designation.
Several pieces of auxiliary equipment provide increased versatility for the G/VLLD.
A description of these devices and their purpose follows.
a. Vehicle Power Cable. As previously discussed, the G/VLLD operates without
a battery by using power supplied by a vehicle.
Power comes from the vehicle
through a 25-foot cable and an electromagnetic (EMI) filter.
The vehicle power
cable mates with the vehicle adapter cable to fit on the exterior of most military
Figure 1-12 shows the vehicle power cable/EMI filter and the vehicle