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  1. How would you document a necessary bandwidth of 433300000000 Hz? 
  2. What is the definition of Occupied Bandwidth? 
    The portion of the RF Spectrum which contains 99.5% of the total mean power of a given emission.
  3. What chapter in the NTIA Manual breaks down the meanings of emission designators? 
    Ch. 9
  4. True or False:  Bandwidth is expressed with a maximum of 2 numerals to the left of the letter and 3 decimal places to the right of the letter.
    False.  Bandwidth is expressed with a maximum of 3 numerals to the left of the letter and 2 decimal places to the right of the letter.
  5. True or False:  A Radiocommunication Service involves the transmission, emission, and/or reception of radio waves for specific telecommunications purposes.
  6. A coast station communicating with a vessel at sea would have a station class of what?
    Coastal Station (FC)
  7. True or False:  Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) equipment has to go through the same extensive DD 1494 coordination process even when used for temporary time span.
    False.  Requirements are defined prior to the decision to use a COTS item.
  8. What is the definition of a station?
    One or more transmitters or receivers or a combination of transmitters and receivers, including the accessory equipment, necessary at one location for carrying on a radiocommunication.
  9. How is an ISM notified by the MAJCOM for an emitter survey? 
    by an official letter 
  10. Under Foreign Disclosure Approval, when will the 1494's be channeled via your service? 
    When the MAJCOM Foreign Disclosure Office cannot make the decision, whether the info contained on the DD Form 1494 is releasable.  
  11. When can the abbreviated message format be utilized to request frequencies? 
    When the request is less than 90 days.
  12. True or False:  Certain SFAF data fields can have more than one entry.  
  13. True or False:  International Telecommunications Union (ITU) frequency assignment records contain power, location, and frequency information. Federal Communications Commission records do not.  
    False. The ITU and FCC records contain the same information:  frequency, bandwidth, power, and location.
  14. Why are emitter surveys conducted?
    To maintain the integrity of a given base's frequency assignments, update the POC listings, and provide the customer education on the proper use of frequency authorizations.  
  15. What scale would an Electronic Attack comprised of 7 or more aircraft working as a single unit be classified? 
    large scale 
  16. Who provides area studies and manages the JSIR program? 
    Joint Spectrum Center (JSC) 
  17. What is the definition of Necessary Bandwidth? 
    The width of the frequency band which is just sufficient to ensure the transmission of information at the rate and quality required under specified conditions.
  18. How would you express 226M30 in Hertz? 
    226300000 Hertz
  19. True or False:  Occupied Bandwidth contains 99.5% of the total mena power of a given emission.  
  20. Of the following:  Necessary Bandwidth, Tiype of Modulation, and Details of the Signal(s) - Which one is an optional section of an emission symbol? 
    Details of the Signal
  21. What does the following emission diesignator signify:  3W00J3W?  
    3 kHz bandwidth, SSB w/ suppressed carrier, single channel containing analog information, combination of above
  22. True or False:  A station utilizes one or more transmitters or receivers or a combiination of transmitters and receivers, including accessory equipment, necessary at on location for carrying on a radiocommunication or radio astronomy service. 
  23. What station class would an aircraft in flight communicating with a vehicle in motion use? 
    Mobile Station (MO)
  24. If your database contained all of the Army's unclassified frequency assignments, what would the classification be? 
  25. What are barrage, sweep, and spot jamming considered?
    electronic attack
  26. What is required before any Department of Defense orginization procures new equipment?
    equipment certification
  27. What is the purpose of conducting an emitter survey? 
    To check the balidity of an installation's frequency assignment, and to take the oppurtunity for the MAJCOM personnel to provide additional training to the ISM.
  28. What is the definition of a frequency assignment?
    Authorization given by an administration for a radio station to use a radio frequency or radio frequency channel under specified conditions.
  29. How is training for an Electronic Attack Operations accomplished/setup?
    An electronic attack request message is generated, sent up the chain for clearance, coordination and approval.
  30. True or False: Clearance for electronic attack is done in message text format.
  31. The DD Form 1494 consist of six pages what are they?
    • 1- DoD General Information
    • 2- Transmitter Equipment Characteristics
    • 3- Receiver Equipment Characteristics
    • 4- Antenna Equipment Characteristics
    • 5- NTIA General Information
    • 6- Foreign Coordination General Information
  32. Who is responsible for performing emitter surveys?
    A spectrum manager from the owning MAJCOM, accompanied by the ISM.
  33. Who maintains the FRRS files?
    Joint Spectrum Center (JSC)
  34. What do the 200 series SFAF line items reflect?
    Orginizational Information
  35. Define electronic attack.
    The action taken to deny the enemy the use of the spectrum.
  36. What manual provides the guidance for the Joint Spectrum Interference Resolution Program?
    CJCSM 3320.02
  37. When is a Note to Holder (NTH) produced?
    To identify the approved changes to the approved frequency allocation.
  38. Who will authorize systems to proceed into the Production and Deployment phase?
    the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition, Technology, and Logistics (USD(AT&L))
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