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  1. 3-1A1 The product of the readings of an AC voltmeter and AC ammeter is called:
    A. Apparent power.
    B. Power factor.
    C. Current power.
    D. True power.
    A. Apparent power.
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  2. 3-1A2 What is the basic unit of electrical power?
    A. Ohm.
    B. Watt.
    C. Volt.
    D. Ampere.
    B. Watt.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  3. 3-1A3 What is the term used to express the amount of electrical energy stored in an electrostatic field?
    A. Volts.
    B. Watts.
    C. Joules.
    D. Coulombs.
    C. Joules.
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  4. 3-1A4 What device is used to store electrical energy in an electrostatic field?
    A. Battery.
    B. Transformer.
    C. Capacitor.
    D. Inductor.
    C. Capacitor.
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  5. 3-1A5 What formula would determine the inductive reactance of a coil if frequency and coil inductance are known?
    A. XL = 1 / 2f C
    B. XL = f L
    C. XL = 2f L
    D. XL = 1 / R2+X2
    C. XL = 2f L
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  6. 3-1A6 What is the term for the out-of-phase power associated with inductors and capacitors?
    A. True power.
    B. Reactive power.
    C. Effective power.
    D. Peak envelope power.
    B. Reactive power.
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  7. 3-2A1 What determines the strength of the magnetic field around a conductor?
    A. The diameter of the conductor.
    B. The resistance divided by the current.
    C. The ratio of the current to the resistance.
    D. The amount of current.
    D. The amount of current.
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  8. 3-2A2 What will produce a magnetic field?
    A. The force that drives current through a resistor.
    B. A current flowing through a conductor.
    C. A DC source not connected to a circuit.
    D. The presence of a voltage across a capacitor.
    B. A current flowing through a conductor.
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  9. 3-2A3 When induced currents produce expanding magnetic fields around conductors in a direction that opposes the original magnetic field, this is known as:
    A. Gilbert's law.
    B. Lenz’s law.
    C. Norton’s law.
    D. Maxwell’s law.
    B. Lenz’s law.
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  10. 3-2A4 The opposition to the creation of magnetic lines of force in a magnetic circuit is known as:
    A. Eddy currents.
    B. Permeability.
    C. Hysteresis.
    D. Reluctance.
    D. Reluctance.
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  11. 3-2A5 What is meant by the term “back EMF”?
    A. A current that opposes the applied EMF.
    B. An opposing EMF equal to R times C (RC) percent of the applied EMF.
    C. A current equal to the applied EMF.
    D. A voltage that opposes the applied EMF.
    D. A voltage that opposes the applied EMF.
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  12. 3-2A6 Permeability is defined as:
    A. The ratio of magnetic flux density in a substance to the magnetizing force that produces it.
    B. The magnetic field created by a conductor wound on a laminated core and carrying current.
    C. Polarized molecular alignment in a ferromagnetic material while under the influence of a magnetizing force.
    D. None of these.
    A. The ratio of magnetic flux density in a substance to the magnetizing force that produces it.
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  13. 3-3A1 What metal is usually employed as a sacrificial anode for corrosion control purposes?
    A. Platinum bushing.
    B. Zinc bar.
    C. Lead bar.
    D. Brass rod.
    B. Zinc bar.
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  14. 3-3A2 What is the relative dielectric constant for air?
    A. 0
    B. 4
    C. 1
    D. 2
    C. 1
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  15. 3-3A3 Which metal object may be least affected by galvanic corrosion when submerged in seawater?
    A. Stainless steel propeller shaft.
    B. Bronze through-hull.
    C. Exposed lead keel.
    D. Aluminum outdrive.
    A. Stainless steel propeller shaft.
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  16. 3-3A4 Skin effect is the phenomenon where:
    A. Thermal effects on the surface of the conductor decrease the impedance.
    B. RF current flows in a thin layer of the conductor, closer to the surface, as frequency decreases.
    C. Thermal effects on the surface of the conductor increase the impedance.
    D. RF current flows in a thin layer of the conductor, closer to the surface, as frequency increases.
    D. RF current flows in a thin layer of the conductor, closer to the surface, as frequency increases.
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  17. 3-3A5 Corrosion resulting from electric current flow between dissimilar metals is called:
    A. Oxygen starvation corrosion.
    B. Galvanic corrosion.
    C. Electrolysis.
    D. Stray current corrosion.
    B. Galvanic corrosion.
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  18. 3-3A6 Which of these will be most useful for insulation at UHF frequencies?
    A. Wax impregnated paper.
    B. Lead.
    C. Mica.
    D. Rubber.
    C. Mica.
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  19. 3-4A1 What formula would calculate the total inductance of inductors in series?
    A. LT = L1 + L2
    B. LT = 1 / L1 x L2
    C. LT = L1 / L2
    D. LT = 1 / L1 + L2
    A. LT = L1 + L2
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  20. 3-4A2 Good conductors with minimum resistance have what type of electrons?
    A. Some free electrons.
    B. Few free electrons.
    C. Many free electrons.
    D. No electrons.
    C. Many free electrons.
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  21. 3-4A3 Which of the 4 groups of metals listed below are the best low-resistance conductors?
    A. Iron, lead, and nickel.
    B. Stainless steel, bronze, and lead.
    C. Bronze, zinc, and manganese.
    D. Gold, silver, and copper.
    D. Gold, silver, and copper.
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  22. 3-4A4 What is the purpose of a bypass capacitor?
    A. It increases the resonant frequency of the circuit.
    B. It forms part of an impedance transforming circuit.
    C. It removes alternating current by providing a low impedance path to ground.
    D. It removes direct current from the circuit by shunting DC to ground.
    C. It removes alternating current by providing a low impedance path to ground.
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  23. 3-4A5 How would you calculate the total capacitance of three capacitors in parallel?
    A. CT = 1 / C1+1 / C2 + 1 / C3.
    B. CT = C1 + C2 / C1 x C2 + C3.
    C. CT = C1 + C2 / C1 - C2 + C3.
    D. CT = C1 + C2 + C3.
    D. CT = C1 + C2 + C3.
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  24. 3-4A6 How might you reduce the inductance of an antenna coil?
    A. Reduce the number of turns.
    B. Add more core permeability.
    C. Add additional turns.
    D. Compress the coil turns.
    A. Reduce the number of turns.
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  25. 3-5A1 What are the two most commonly-used specifications for a junction diode?
    A. Maximum reverse current and PIV (peak inverse voltage).
    B. Maximum forward current and PIV (peak inverse voltage).
    C. Maximum forward current and capacitance.
    D. Maximum reverse current and capacitance.
    B. Maximum forward current and PIV (peak inverse voltage).
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  26. 3-5A2 What limits the maximum forward current in a junction diode?
    A. The back EMF.
    B. The junction temperature.
    C. The forward voltage.
    D. The peak inverse voltage (PIV).
    B. The junction temperature.
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  27. 3-5A3 MOSFETs are manufactured with THIS protective device built into their gate to protect the device from static charges and excessive voltages:
    A. Schottky diode.
    B. Metal oxide varistor (MOV).
    C. Zener diode.
    D. Tunnel diode.
    C. Zener diode.
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  28. 3-5A4 What are the two basic types of junction field-effect transistors?
    A. High power and low power.
    B. Silicon FET and germanium FET.
    C. N-channel and P-channel.
    D. MOSFET and GaAsFET.
    C. N-channel and P-channel.
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  29. 3-5A5 A common emitter amplifier has:
    A. More voltage gain than a common collector.
    B. Less current gain than a common base.
    C. Lower input impedance than a common base.
    D. Less voltage gain than a common collector.
    A. More voltage gain than a common collector.
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  30. 3-5A6 How does the input impedance of a field-effect transistor compare with that of a bipolar transistor?
    A. An FET has high input impedance; a bipolar transistor has low input impedance.
    B. One cannot compare input impedance without first knowing the supply voltage.
    C. An FET has low input impedance; a bipolar transistor has high input impedance.
    D. The input impedance of FETs and bipolar transistors is the same.
    A. An FET has high input impedance; a bipolar transistor has low input impedance.
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  31. 3-6A1 An AC ammeter indicates:
    A. Effective (RMS) values of current.
    B. Peak values of current.
    C. Average values of current.
    D. Effective (TRM) values of current.
    A. Effective (RMS) values of current.
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  32. 3-6A2 By what factor must the voltage of an AC circuit, as indicated on the scale of an AC voltmeter, be multiplied to obtain the peak voltage value?
    A. 1.414
    B. 3.14
    C. 0.9
    D. 0.707
    A. 1.414
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  33. 3-6A3 What is the RMS voltage at a common household electrical power outlet?
    A. 82.7-V AC.
    B. 117-V AC.
    C. 331-V AC.
    D. 165.5-V AC.
    B. 117-V AC.
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  34. 3-6A4 What is the easiest voltage amplitude to measure by viewing a pure sine wave signal on an oscilloscope?
    A. DC.
    B. RMS.
    C. Peak-to-peak.
    D. Average.
    C. Peak-to-peak.
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  35. 3-6A5 By what factor must the voltage measured in an AC circuit, as indicated on the scale of an AC voltmeter, be multiplied to obtain the average voltage value?
    A. 0.9
    B. 0.707
    C. 1.414
    D. 3.14
    A. 0.9
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  36. 3-6A6 What is the peak voltage at a common household electrical outlet?
    A. 234 volts.
    B. 117 volts.
    C. 165.5 volts.
    D. 331 volts.
    C. 165.5 volts.
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  37. 3-7A1 What is a sine wave?
    A. A wave following the laws of the trigonometric tangent function.
    B. A wave whose amplitude at any given instant can be represented by the projection of a point on a wheel rotating at a uniform speed.
    C. A wave whose polarity changes in a random manner.
    D. A constant-voltage, varying-current wave.
    B. A wave whose amplitude at any given instant can be represented by the projection of a point on a wheel rotating at a uniform speed.
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  38. 3-7A2 How many degrees are there in one complete sine wave cycle?
    A. 180 degrees.
    B. 360 degrees.
    C. 270 degrees.
    D. 90 degrees.
    B. 360 degrees.
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  39. 3-7A3 What type of wave is made up of sine waves of the fundamental frequency and all the odd harmonics?
    A. Cosine.
    B. Square.
    C. Tangent.
    D. Sine.
    B. Square.
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  40. 3-7A4 What is the description of a square wave?
    A. A wave with only 300 degrees in one cycle.
    B. A wave whose periodic function is always positive.
    C. A wave whose periodic function is always negative.
    D. A wave that abruptly changes back and forth between two voltage levels and stays at these levels for equal amounts of time.
    D. A wave that abruptly changes back and forth between two voltage levels and stays at these levels for equal amounts of time.
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  41. 3-7A5 What type of wave is made up of sine waves at the fundamental frequency and all the harmonics?
    A. Square wave.
    B. Sine wave.
    C. Sawtooth wave.
    D. Cosine wave.
    C. Sawtooth wave.
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  42. 3-7A6 What type of wave is characterized by a rise time significantly faster than the fall time (or vice versa)?
    A. Sawtooth wave.
    B. Square wave.
    C. Cosine wave.
    D. Sine wave.
    A. Sawtooth wave.
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  43. 3-8A1 What is the term used to identify an AC voltage that would cause the same heating in a resistor as a corresponding value of DC voltage?
    A. Cosine voltage.
    B. Average voltage.
    C. Root mean square (RMS).
    D. Power factor.
    C. Root mean square (RMS).
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  44. 3-8A2 What happens to reactive power in a circuit that has both inductors and capacitors?
    A. It is dissipated as inductive and capacitive fields.
    B. It alternates between magnetic and electric fields and is not dissipated.
    C. It is dissipated as kinetic energy within the circuit.
    D. It is dissipated as heat in the circuit.
    B. It alternates between magnetic and electric fields and is not dissipated.
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  45. 3-8A3 Halving the cross-sectional area of a conductor will:
    A. Halve the resistance.
    B. Quarter the resistance.
    C. Not affect the resistance.
    D. Double the resistance.
    D. Double the resistance.
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  46. 3-8A4 Which of the following groups is correct for listing common materials in order of descending conductivity?
    A. Silver, copper, aluminum, iron, and lead.
    B. Iron, silver, aluminum, copper, and silver.
    C. Lead, iron, silver, aluminum, and copper.
    D. Silver, aluminum, iron, lead, and copper.
    A. Silver, copper, aluminum, iron, and lead.
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  47. 3-8A5 How do you compute true power (power dissipated in the circuit) in a circuit where AC voltage and current are out of phase?
    A. Multiply apparent power times the power factor.
    B. Subtract apparent power from the power factor.
    C. Divide apparent power by the power factor.
    D. Multiply RMS voltage times RMS current.
    A. Multiply apparent power times the power factor.
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  48. 3-8A6 Assuming a power source to have a fixed value of internal resistance, maximum power will be transferred to the load when:
    A. The load impedance is greater than the source impedance.
    B. The fixed values of internal impedance are not relative to the power source.
    C. The load impedance is less than the source impedance.
    D. The load impedance equals the internal impedance of the source.
    D. The load impedance equals the internal impedance of the source.
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  49. 3-9B1 What value of series resistor would be needed to obtain a full scale deflection on a 50 microamp DC meter with an applied voltage of 200 volts DC?
    A. 4 megohms.
    B. 2 megohms.
    C. 200 kilohms.
    D. 400 kilohms.
    A. 4 megohms.
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  50. 3-9B2 Which of the following Ohms Law formulas is incorrect?
    A. E = I x R
    B. I = E / R
    C. I = R / E
    D. R = E / I
    C. I = R / E
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  51. 3-9B3 If a current of 2 amperes flows through a 50-ohm resistor, what is the voltage across the resistor?
    A. 52 volts.
    B. 200 volts.
    C. 100 volts.
    D. 25 volts.
    C. 100 volts.
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  52. 3-9B4 If a 100-ohm resistor is connected across 200 volts, what is the current through the resistor?
    A. 2 amperes.
    B. 20,000 amperes.
    C. 300 amperes.
    D. 1 ampere.
    A. 2 amperes.
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  53. 3-9B5 If a current of 3 amperes flows through a resistor connected to 90 volts, what is the resistance?
    A. 270 ohms.
    B. 93 ohms.
    C. 3 ohms.
    D. 30 ohms.
    D. 30 ohms.
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  54. 3-9B6 A relay coil has 500 ohms resistance, and operates on 125 mA. What value of resistance should be connected in series with it to operate from 110 V DC?
    A. 470 ohms.
    B. 220 ohms.
    C. 380 ohms.
    D. 150 ohms.
    C. 380 ohms.
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  55. 3-10B1 What is the peak-to-peak RF voltage on the 50 ohm output of a 100 watt transmitter?
    A. 200 volts.
    B. 70 volts.
    C. 140 volts.
    D. 100 volts.
    A. 200 volts.
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  56. 3-10B2 What is the maximum DC or RMS voltage that may be connected across a 20 watt, 2000 ohm resistor?
    A. 200 volts.
    B. 10,000 volts.
    C. 100 volts.
    D. 10 volts.
    A. 200 volts.
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  57. 3-10B3 A 500-ohm, 2-watt resistor and a 1500-ohm, 1-watt resistor are connected in parallel. What is the maximum voltage that can be applied across the parallel circuit without exceeding wattage ratings?
    A. 38.7 volts.
    B. 875 volts.
    C. 31.6 volts.
    D. 22.4 volts.
    C. 31.6 volts.
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  58. 3-10B4 In Figure 3B1, what is the voltage drop across R1?
    A. 7 volts.
    B. 3 volts.
    C. 5 volts.
    D. 9 volts.
    C. 5 volts.
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  59. 3-10B5 In Figure 3B2, what is the voltage drop across R1?
    A. 3.7 volts.
    B. 2.4 volts.
    C. 1.2 volts.
    D. 9 volts.
    D. 9 volts.
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  60. 3-10B6 What is the maximum rated current-carrying capacity of a resistor marked “2000 ohms, 200 watts”?
    A. 10 amps.
    B. 3.16 amps.
    C. 100 amps.
    D. 0.316 amps.
    D. 0.316 amps.
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  61. 3-11B1 What is the most the actual transmit frequency could differ from a reading of 462,100,000 Hertz on a frequency counter with a time base accuracy of ± 0.1 ppm?
    A. 0.2 MHz.
    B. 46.21 Hz.
    C. 462.1 Hz.
    D. 0.1 MHz.
    B. 46.21 Hz.
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  62. 3-11B2 The second harmonic of a 380 kHz frequency is:
    A. 760 kHz.
    B. 2 MHz.
    C. 190 kHz.
    D. 144.4 GHz.
    A. 760 kHz.
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  63. 3-11B3 What is the second harmonic of SSB frequency 4146 kHz?
    A. 12438 kHz.
    B. 8292 kHz.
    C. 4.146 MHz.
    D. 2073 kHz.
    B. 8292 kHz.
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  64. 3-11B4 What is the most the actual transmitter frequency could differ from a reading of 156,520,000 hertz on a frequency counter with a time base accuracy of ± 1.0 ppm?
    A. 165.2 Hz.
    B. 1.4652 MHz.
    C. 156.52 Hz.
    D. 15.652 kHz.
    C. 156.52 Hz.
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  65. 3-11B5 What is the most the actual transmitter frequency could differ from a reading of 156,520,000 Hertz on a frequency counter with a time base accuracy of +/- 10 ppm?
    A. 146.52 Hz.
    B. 156.52 kHz.
    C. 1565.20 Hz.
    D. 10 Hz.
    C. 1565.20 Hz.
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  66. 3-11B6 What is the most the actual transmitter frequency could differ from a reading of 462,100,000 hertz on a frequency counter with a time base accuracy of ± 1.0 ppm?
    A. 10 Hz.
    B. 1.0 MHz.
    C. 46.21 MHz.
    D. 462.1 Hz.
    D. 462.1 Hz.
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  67. 3-12B1 At pi/3 radians, what is the amplitude of a sine-wave having a peak value of 5 volts?
    A. -2.5 volts.
    B. +2.5 volts.
    C. +4.3 volts.
    D. -4.3 volts.
    C. +4.3 volts.
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  68. 3-12B2 At 150 degrees, what is the amplitude of a sine-wave having a peak value of 5 volts?
    A. +2.5 volts.
    B. -4.3 volts.
    C. -2.5 volts.
    D. +4.3 volts.
    A. +2.5 volts.
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  69. 3-12B3 At 240 degrees, what is the amplitude of a sine-wave having a peak value of 5 volts?
    A. -4.3 volts.
    B. -2.5 volts.
    C. +4.3 volts.
    D. +2.5 volts.
    A. -4.3 volts.
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  70. 3-12B4 What is the equivalent to the root-mean-square value of an AC voltage?
    A. The DC voltage causing the same heating in a given resistor as the RMS AC voltage of the same value.
    B. AC voltage is the square root of the average AC value.
    C. The DC voltage causing the same heating in a given resistor at the peak AC voltage.
    D. The AC voltage found by taking the square of the average value of the peak AC voltage.
    A. The DC voltage causing the same heating in a given resistor as the RMS AC voltage of the same value.
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  71. 3-12B5 What is the RMS value of a 340-volt peak-to-peak pure sine wave?
    A. 350 volts AC.
    B. 120 volts AC.
    C. 170 volts AC.
    D. 240 volts AC.
    B. 120 volts AC.
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  72. 3-12B6 Determine the phase relationship between the two signals shown in Figure 3B3.
    A. B is leading A by 90 degrees.
    B. B is lagging A by 90 degrees.
    C. A is leading B by 180 degrees.
    D. A is lagging B by 90 degrees.
    B. B is lagging A by 90 degrees.
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  73. 3-13B1 What does the power factor equal in an R-L circuit having a 60 degree phase angle between the voltage and the current?
    A. 0.866
    B. 1.73
    C. 0.414
    D. 0.5
    D. 0.5
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  74. 3-13B2 If a resistance to which a constant voltage is applied is halved, what power dissipation will result?
    A. Double.
    B. Halved.
    C. Quadruple.
    D. Remain the same.
    A. Double.
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  75. 3-13B3 746 watts, corresponding to the lifting of 550 pounds at the rate of one-foot-per-second, is the equivalent of how much horsepower?
    A. One-half horsepower.
    B. One horsepower.
    C. Three-quarters horsepower.
    D. One-quarter horsepower.
    B. One horsepower.
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  76. 3-13B4 In a circuit where the AC voltage and current are out of phase, how can the true power be determined?
    A. By subtracting the apparent power from the power factor.
    B. By multiplying the apparent power times the power factor.
    C. By dividing the apparent power by the power factor.
    D. By multiplying the RMS voltage times the RMS current.
    B. By multiplying the apparent power times the power factor.
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  77. 3-13B5 What does the power factor equal in an R-L circuit having a 45 degree phase angle between the voltage and the current?
    A. 0.5
    B. 0.866
    C. 0.707
    D. 1.0
    C. 0.707
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  78. 3-13B6 What does the power factor equal in an R-L circuit having a 30 degree phase angle between the voltage and the current?
    A. 0.866
    B. 0.5
    C. 0.577
    D. 1.73
    A. 0.866
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  79. 3-14B1 What is the term for the time required for the capacitor in an RC circuit to be charged to 63.2% of the supply voltage?
    A. One exponential period.
    B. One time constant.
    C. An exponential rate of one.
    D. A time factor of one.
    B. One time constant.
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  80. 3-14B2 What is the meaning of the term “time constant of an RC circuit”? The time required to charge the capacitor in the circuit to:
    A. 36.8% of the supply voltage.
    B. 23.7% of the supply voltage.
    C. 57.3% of the supply voltage.
    D. 63.2% of the supply voltage.
    D. 63.2% of the supply voltage.
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  81. 3-14B3 What is the term for the time required for the current in an RL circuit to build up to 63.2% of the maximum value?
    A. An exponential period of one.
    B. A time factor of one.
    C. One time constant.
    D. One exponential rate.
    C. One time constant.
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  82. 3-14B4 What is the meaning of the term “time constant of an RL circuit”? The time required for the:
    A. Voltage in the circuit to build up to 36.8% of the maximum value.
    B. Current in the circuit to build up to 63.2% of the maximum value.
    C. Voltage in the circuit to build up to 63.2% of the maximum value.
    D. Current in the circuit to build up to 36.8% of the maximum value.
    B. Current in the circuit to build up to 63.2% of the maximum value.
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  83. 3-14B5 After two time constants, the capacitor in an RC circuit is charged to what percentage of the supply voltage?
    A. 86.5 %
    B. 36.8 %
    C. 63.2 %
    D. 95 %
    A. 86.5 %
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  84. 3-14B6 After two time constants, the capacitor in an RC circuit is discharged to what percentage of the starting voltage?
    A. 36.8 %
    B. 63.2 %
    C. 86.5 %
    D. 13.5 %
    D. 13.5 %
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  85. 3-15B1 What is the time constant of a circuit having two 220-microfarad capacitors and two 1-megohm resistors all in parallel?
    A. 220 seconds.
    B. 44 seconds.
    C. 22 seconds.
    D. 440 seconds.
    A. 220 seconds.
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  86. 3-15B2 What is the time constant of a circuit having two 100-microfarad capacitors and two 470-kilohm resistors all in series?
    A. 4.7 seconds.
    B. 47 seconds.
    C. 0.47 seconds.
    D. 470 seconds.
    B. 47 seconds.
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  87. 3-15B3 What is the time constant of a circuit having a 100-microfarad capacitor and a 470-kilohm resistor in series?
    A. 470 seconds.
    B. 0.47 seconds.
    C. 4700 seconds.
    D. 47 seconds.
    D. 47 seconds.
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  88. 3-15B4 What is the time constant of a circuit having a 220-microfarad capacitor and a 1-megohm resistor in parallel?
    A. 0.22 seconds.
    B. 22 seconds.
    C. 2.2 seconds.
    D. 220 seconds.
    D. 220 seconds.
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  89. 3-15B5 What is the time constant of a circuit having two 100-microfarad capacitors and two 470-kilohm resistors all in parallel?
    A. 47 seconds.
    B. 0.47 seconds.
    C. 4.7 seconds.
    D. 470 seconds.
    A. 47 seconds.
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  90. 3-15B6 What is the time constant of a circuit having two 220-microfarad capacitors and two 1-megohm resistors all in series?
    A. 110 seconds.
    B. 55 seconds.
    C. 440 seconds.
    D. 220 seconds.
    D. 220 seconds.
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  91. 3-16B1 What is the impedance of a network composed of a 0.1-microhenry inductor in series with a 20-ohm resistor, at 30 MHz? Specify your answer in rectangular coordinates.
    A. 19 +j20
    B. 20 +j19
    C. 19 -j20
    D. 20 -j19
    B. 20 +j19
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  92. 3-16B2 In rectangular coordinates, what is the impedance of a network composed of a 0.1-microhenry inductor in series with a 30-ohm resistor, at 5 MHz?
    A. 30 +j3
    B. 3 +j30
    C. 30 -j3
    D. 3 -j30
    A. 30 +j3
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  93. 3-16B3 In rectangular coordinates, what is the impedance of a network composed of a 10-microhenry inductor in series with a 40-ohm resistor, at 500 MHz?
    A. 31400 -j40
    B. 40 +j31400
    C. 31400 +j40
    D. 40 -j31400
    B. 40 +j31400
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  94. 3-16B4 In rectangular coordinates, what is the impedance of a network composed of a 1.0-millihenry inductor in series with a 200-ohm resistor, at 30 kHz?
    A. 188 - j200
    B. 200 + j188
    C. 200 - j188
    D. 188 + j200
    B. 200 + j188
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  95. 3-16B5 In rectangular coordinates, what is the impedance of a network composed of a 0.01-microfarad capacitor in parallel with a 300-ohm resistor, at 50 kHz?
    A. 159 + j150
    B. 150 + j159
    C. 159 - j150
    D. 150 - j159
    C. 159 - j150
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  96. 3-16B6 In rectangular coordinates, what is the impedance of a network composed of a 0.001-microfarad capacitor in series with a 400-ohm resistor, at 500 kHz?
    A. 318 - j400
    B. 318 + j400
    C. 400 - j318
    D. 400 + j318
    C. 400 - j318
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  97. 3-17B1 What is the impedance of a network composed of a 100-picofarad capacitor in parallel with a 4000-ohm resistor, at 500 KHz? Specify your answer in polar coordinates.
    A. 2490 ohms, /51.5 degrees
    B. 5112 ohms, /-38.5 degrees
    C. 4000 ohms, /38.5 degrees
    D. 2490 ohms, /-51.5 degrees
    D. 2490 ohms, /-51.5 degrees
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  98. 3-17B2 In polar coordinates, what is the impedance of a network composed of a 100-ohm-reactance inductor in series with a 100-ohm resistor?
    A. 181 ohms, /65 degrees
    B. 161 ohms, /55 degrees
    C. 141 ohms, /45 degrees
    D. 121 ohms, /35 degrees
    C. 141 ohms, /45 degrees
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  99. 3-17B3 In polar coordinates, what is the impedance of a network composed of a 400-ohm-reactance capacitor in series with a 300-ohm resistor?
    A. 500 ohms, /53.1 degrees
    B. 240 ohms, /36.9 degrees
    C. 240 ohms, /-36.9 degrees
    D. 500 ohms, /-53.1 degrees
    D. 500 ohms, /-53.1 degrees
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  100. 3-17B4 In polar coordinates, what is the impedance of a network composed of a 300-ohm-reactance capacitor, a 600-ohm-reactance inductor, and a 400-ohm resistor, all connected in series?
    A. 400 ohms, /27 degrees
    B. 200 ohms, /10 degrees
    C. 300 ohms, /17 degrees
    D. 500 ohms, /37 degrees
    D. 500 ohms, /37 degrees
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  101. 3-17B5 In polar coordinates, what is the impedance of a network comprised of a 400-ohm-reactance inductor in parallel with a 300-ohm resistor?
    A. 240 ohms, /36.9 degrees
    B. 500 ohms, /-53.1 degrees
    C. 500 ohms, /53.1 degrees
    D. 240 ohms, /-36.9 degrees
    A. 240 ohms, /36.9 degrees
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  102. 3-17B6 Using the polar coordinate system, what visual representation would you get of a voltage in a sinewave circuit?
    A. To graphically represent the AC and DC component.
    B. To display the data on an XY chart.
    C. To show the reactance which is present.
    D. The plot shows the magnitude and phase angle.
    D. The plot shows the magnitude and phase angle.
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  103. 3-18B1 What is the magnitude of the impedance of a series AC circuit having a resistance of 6 ohms, an inductive reactance of 17 ohms, and zero capacitive reactance?
    A. 18 ohms.
    B. 11 ohms.
    C. 6.6 ohms.
    D. 23 ohms.
    A. 18 ohms.
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  104. 3-18B2 A 1-watt, 10-volt Zener diode with the following characteristics: Imin. = 5 mA; Imax. = 95 mA; and Z = 8 ohms, is to be used as part of a voltage regulator in a 20-V power supply. Approximately what size current-limiting resistor would be used to set its bias to the midpoint of its operating range?
    A. 200 ohms.
    B. 2 kilohms.
    C. 1 kilohms.
    D. 100 ohms.
    A. 200 ohms.
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  105. 3-18B3 Given a power supply with a no load voltage of 12 volts and a full load voltage of 10 volts, what is the percentage of voltage regulation?
    A. 20 %
    B. 17 %
    C. 80 %
    D. 83 %
    A. 20 %
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  106. 3-18B4 What turns ratio does a transformer need in order to match a source impedance of 500 ohms to a load of 10 ohms?
    A. 7.1 to 1.
    B. 14.2 to 1.
    C. None of these.
    D. 50 to 1.
    A. 7.1 to 1.
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  107. 3-18B5 Given a power supply with a full load voltage of 200 volts and a regulation of 25%, what is the no load voltage?
    A. 160 volts.
    B. 150 volts.
    C. 250 volts.
    D. 240 volts.
    C. 250 volts.
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  108. 3-18B6 What is the conductance (G) of a circuit if 6 amperes of current flows when 12 volts DC is applied?
    A. 1.25 Siemens (mhos).
    B. 1.00 Siemens (mhos).
    C. 0.50 Siemens (mhos).
    D. 0.25 Siemens (mhos).
    C. 0.50 Siemens (mhos).
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  109. 3-19C1 What happens to the conductivity of photoconductive material when light shines on it?
    A. It increases.
    B. It stays the same.
    C. It decreases.
    D. It becomes temperature dependent.
    A. It increases.
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  110. 3-19C2 What is the photoconductive effect?
    A. The conversion of electromotive energy to photon energy.
    B. The increased conductivity of an illuminated semiconductor junction.
    C. The decreased conductivity of an illuminated semiconductor junction.
    D. The conversion of photon energy to electromotive energy.
    B. The increased conductivity of an illuminated semiconductor junction.
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  111. 3-19C3 What does the photoconductive effect in crystalline solids produce a noticeable change in?
    A. The resistance of the solid.
    B. The specific gravity of the solid.
    C. The inductance of the solid.
    D. The capacitance of the solid.
    A. The resistance of the solid.
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  112. 3-19C4 What is the description of an optoisolator?
    A. An LED and a lithium battery cell.
    B. A P-N junction that develops an excess positive charge when exposed to light.
    C. An LED and a capacitor.
    D. An LED and a photosensitive device.
    D. An LED and a photosensitive device.
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  113. 3-19C5 What happens to the conductivity of a photosensitive semiconductor junction when it is illuminated?
    A. The junction resistance increases
    B. The junction resistance decreases.
    C. The junction resistance becomes temperature dependent.
    D. The junction resistance is unchanged.
    B. The junction resistance decreases.
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  114. 3-19C6 What is the description of an optocoupler?
    A. Two light sources modulated onto a mirrored surface.
    B. An LED and a photosensitive device.
    C. An amplitude modulated beam encoder.
    D. A resistor and a capacitor.
    B. An LED and a photosensitive device.
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  115. 3-20C1 What factors determine the capacitance of a capacitor?
    A. Voltage on the plates and the dielectric constant of the material between the plates.
    B. Distance between the plates and the dielectric constant of the material between the plates.
    C. Amount of charge on the plates and the dielectric constant of the material between the plates.
    D. Voltage on the plates and distance between the plates.
    B. Distance between the plates and the dielectric constant of the material between the plates.
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  116. 3-20C2 In Figure 3C4, if a small variable capacitor were installed in place of the dashed line, it would?
    A. Decrease parasitic oscillations.
    B. Increase parasitic oscillations.
    C. Decrease crosstalk.
    D. Increase gain.
    A. Decrease parasitic oscillations.
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  117. 3-20C3 In Figure 3C4, which component (labeled 1 through 4) is used to provide a signal ground?
    A. 2
    B. 3
    C. 4
    D. 1
    A. 2
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  118. 3-20C4 In Figure 3C5, which capacitor (labeled 1 through 4) is being used as a bypass capacitor?
    A. 3
    B. 1
    C. 4
    D. 2
    A. 3
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  119. 3-20C5 In Figure 3C5, the 1 μF capacitor is connected to a potentiometer that is used to:
    A. Couple.
    B. Adjust tone.
    C. Neutralize amplifier.
    D. Increase gain.
    B. Adjust tone.
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  120. 3-20C6 What is the purpose of a coupling capacitor?
    A. It decreases the resonant frequency of the circuit.
    B. It blocks direct current and passes alternating current.
    C. It increases the resonant frequency of the circuit.
    D. It blocks alternating current and passes direct current.
    B. It blocks direct current and passes alternating current.
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  121. 3-21C1 A capacitor is sometimes placed in series with the primary of a power transformer to:
    A. Improve output voltage regulation.
    B. None of these.
    C. Rectify the primary windings.
    D. Improve the power factor.
    D. Improve the power factor.
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  122. 3-21C2 A transformer used to step up its input voltage must have:
    A. More turns of wire on its secondary than on its primary.
    B. More turns of wire on its primary than on its secondary.
    C. Equal number of primary and secondary turns of wire.
    D. None of the above statements are correct.
    A. More turns of wire on its secondary than on its primary.
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  123. 3-21C3 A transformer primary of 2250 turns connected to 120 VAC will develop what voltage across a 500-turn secondary?
    A. 1500 volts.
    B. 2300 volts.
    C. 5.9 volts.
    D. 26.7 volts.
    D. 26.7 volts.
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  124. 3-21C4 What is the ratio of the output frequency to the input frequency of a single-phase full-wave rectifier?
    A. None of these.
    B. 1:1.
    C. 1:2.
    D. 2:1.
    D. 2:1.
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  125. 3-21C5 A power transformer has a single primary winding and three secondary windings producing 5.0 volts, 12.6 volts, and 150 volts. Assuming similar wire sizes, which of the three secondary windings will have the highest measured DC resistance?
    A. All will have equal resistance values.
    B. The 12.6 volt winding.
    C. The 5.0 volt winding.
    D. The 150 volt winding.
    D. The 150 volt winding.
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  126. 3-21C6 A power transformer has a primary winding of 200 turns of #24 wire and a secondary winding consisting of 500 turns of the same size wire. When 20 volts are applied to the primary winding, the expected secondary voltage will be:
    A. 500 volts.
    B. 25 volts.
    C. 50 volts.
    D. 10 volts.
    C. 50 volts.
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  127. 3-22C1 In a linear electronic voltage regulator:
    A. The output is a ramp voltage.
    B. The conduction of a control element is varied in direct proportion to the line voltage or load current.
    C. The pass transistor switches from the “off” state to the “on”" state.
    D. The control device is switched on or off, with the duty cycle proportional to the line or load conditions.
    B. The conduction of a control element is varied in direct proportion to the line voltage or load current.
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  128. 3-22C2 A switching electronic voltage regulator:
    A. Varies the conduction of a control element in direct proportion to the line voltage or load current.
    B. Switches the control device on or off, with the duty cycle proportional to the line or load conditions.
    C. Gives a ramp voltage at its output.
    D. Provides more than one output voltage.
    B. Switches the control device on or off, with the duty cycle proportional to the line or load conditions.
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  129. 3-22C3 What device is usually used as a stable reference voltage in a linear voltage regulator?
    A. Zener diode.
    B. Tunnel diode.
    C. SCR.
    D. Varactor diode.
    A. Zener diode.
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  130. 3-22C4 In a regulated power supply, what type of component will most likely be used to establish a reference voltage?
    A. Pass Transistor.
    B. Tunnel Diode.
    C. Zener Diode.
    D. Battery.
    C. Zener Diode.
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  131. 3-22C5 A three-terminal regulator:
    A. Supplies three voltages at a constant current.
    B. Contains a voltage reference, error amplifier, sensing resistors and transistors, and a pass element.
    C. Supplies three voltages with variable current.
    D. Contains three error amplifiers and sensing transistors.
    B. Contains a voltage reference, error amplifier, sensing resistors and transistors, and a pass element.
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  132. 3-22C6 What is the range of voltage ratings available in Zener diodes?
    A. 1.2 volts to 7 volts.
    B. 2.4 volts to 200 volts and above.
    C. 3 volts to 2000 volts.
    D. 1.2 volts to 5.6 volts.
    B. 2.4 volts to 200 volts and above.
  133. 3-23C1 How might two similar SCRs be connected to safely distribute the power load of a circuit?
    A. In a combination series and parallel configuration.
    B. In series.
    C. In parallel, same polarity.
    D. In parallel, reverse polarity.
    D. In parallel, reverse polarity.
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  134. 3-23C2 What are the three terminals of an SCR?
    A. Gate, base 1, and base 2.
    B. Anode, cathode, and gate.
    C. Base, collector, and emitter.
    D. Gate, source, and sink.
    B. Anode, cathode, and gate.
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  135. 3-23C3 Which of the following devices acts as two SCRs connected back to back, but facing in opposite directions and sharing a common gate?
    A. Dual-gate MOSFET.
    B. DIAC.
    C. TRIAC.
    D. JFET.
    C. TRIAC.
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  136. 3-23C4 What is the transistor called that is fabricated as two complementary SCRs in parallel with a common gate terminal?
    A. Field effect transistor.
    B. Unijunction transistor.
    C. Bilateral SCR.
    D. TRIAC.
    D. TRIAC.
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  137. 3-23C5 What are the three terminals of a TRIAC?
    A. Base, emitter, and collector.
    B. Gate, source, and sink.
    C. Gate, anode 1, and anode 2.
    D. Emitter, base 1, and base 2.
    C. Gate, anode 1, and anode 2.
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  138. 3-23C6 What circuit might contain a SCR?
    A. Shunt across a transformer primary.
    B. Bypass capacitor circuit to ground.
    C. A light-dimming circuit.
    D. Filament circuit of a tube radio receiver.
    C. A light-dimming circuit.
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  139. 3-24C1 What is one common use for PIN diodes?
    A. Constant current source.
    B. Constant voltage source.
    C. RF rectifier.
    D. RF switch.
    D. RF switch.
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  140. 3-24C2 What is a common use of a hot-carrier diode?
    A. Variable capacitance in an automatic frequency control circuit.
    B. VHF and UHF mixers and detectors.
    C. Balanced inputs in SSB generation.
    D. Constant voltage reference in a power supply.
    B. VHF and UHF mixers and detectors.
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  141. 3-24C3 Structurally, what are the two main categories of semiconductor diodes?
    A. Electrolytic and point contact.
    B. Electrolytic and junction.
    C. Vacuum and point contact.
    D. Junction and point contact.
    D. Junction and point contact.
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  142. 3-24C4 What special type of diode is capable of both amplification and oscillation?
    A. Zener diodes.
    B. Point contact diodes.
    C. Junction diodes.
    D. Tunnel diodes.
    D. Tunnel diodes.
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  143. 3-24C5 What type of semiconductor diode varies its internal capacitance as the voltage applied to its terminals varies?
    A. Zener diode.
    B. Tunnel diode.
    C. Silicon-controlled rectifier.
    D. Varactor diode.
    D. Varactor diode.
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  144. 3-24C6 What is the principal characteristic of a tunnel diode?
    A. Negative resistance region.
    B. High forward resistance.
    C. High forward current rating.
    D. Very high PIV(peak inverse voltage).
    A. Negative resistance region.
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  145. 3-25C1 What is the meaning of the term “alpha” with regard to bipolar transistors? The change of:
    A. Collector current with respect to base current.
    B. Collector current with respect to emitter current.
    C. Collector current with respect to gate current.
    D. Base current with respect to collector current.
    B. Collector current with respect to emitter current.
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  146. 3-25C2 What are the three terminals of a bipolar transistor?
    A. Input, output and ground.
    B. Gate, source and sink.
    C. Cathode, plate and grid.
    D. Base, collector and emitter.
    D. Base, collector and emitter.
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  147. 3-25C3 What is the meaning of the term “beta” with regard to bipolar transistors? The change of:
    A. Collector current with respect to base current.
    B. Base current with respect to emitter current.
    C. Collector current with respect to emitter current.
    D. Base current with respect to gate current.
    A. Collector current with respect to base current.
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  148. 3-25C4 What are the elements of a unijunction transistor?
    A. Gate, source, and sink.
    B. Gate, base 1, and base 2.
    C. Base 1, base 2, and emitter.
    D. Gate, cathode, and anode.
    C. Base 1, base 2, and emitter.
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  149. 3-25C5 The beta cutoff frequency of a bipolar transistor is the frequency at which:
    A. Emitter current gain has decreased to 0.707 of maximum.
    B. Gate current gain has decreased to 0.707.
    C. Base current gain has increased to 0.707 of maximum.
    D. Collector current gain has decreased to 0.707.
    A. Emitter current gain has decreased to 0.707 of maximum.
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  150. 3-25C6 What does it mean for a transistor to be fully saturated?
    A. The transistor’s Alpha is at its maximum value.
    B. The collector current is at its minimum value.
    C. The transistor’s Beta is at its maximum value.
    D. The collector current is at its maximum value.
    D. The collector current is at its maximum value.
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  151. 3-26C1 A common base amplifier has:
    A. Highest input impedance of the three amplifier configurations.
    B. More current gain than common emitter or common collector.
    C. More voltage gain than common emitter or common collector.
    D. More power gain than common emitter or common collector.
    C. More voltage gain than common emitter or common collector.
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  152. 3-26C2 What does it mean for a transistor to be cut off?
    A. There is maximum current between emitter and collector.
    B. There is no base current.
    C. The transistor is at its Class A operating point.
    D. There is no current between emitter and collector.
    D. There is no current between emitter and collector.
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  153. 3-26C3 An emitter-follower amplifier has:
    A. More power gain than common emitter or common base.
    B. Lowest input impedance of the three amplifier configurations.
    C. More voltage gain than common emitter or common base.
    D. More current gain than common emitter or common base.
    D. More current gain than common emitter or common base.
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  154. 3-26C4 What conditions exists when a transistor is operating in saturation?
    A. The base-emitter junction and collector-base junction are both forward biased.
    B. The base-emitter junction and collector-base junction are both reverse biased.
    C. The base-emitter junction is forward biased and the collector-base junction is reverse biased.
    D. The base-emitter junction is reverse biased and the collector-base junction is forward biased.
    A. The base-emitter junction and collector-base junction are both forward biased.
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  155. 3-26C5 For current to flow in an NPN silicon transistor’s emitter-collector junction, the base must be:
    A. At a negative voltage with respect to the emitter.
    B. At least 0.7 volts positive with respect to the emitter.
    C. At least 0.7 volts negative with respect to the emitter.
    D. At least 0.4 volts positive with respect to the emitter.
    B. At least 0.7 volts positive with respect to the emitter.
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  156. 3-26C6 When an NPN transistor is operating as a Class A amplifier, the base-emitter junction:
    A. And collector-base junction are both forward biased.
    B. And collector-base junction are both reverse biased.
    C. Is forward biased and the collector-base junction is reverse biased.
    D. Is reverse biased and the collector-base junction is forward biased.
    C. Is forward biased and the collector-base junction is reverse biased.
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  157. 3-27C1 What type of bias is required for an LED to produce luminescence?
    A. Reverse bias.
    B. Forward bias.
    C. Logic 0 (Lo) bias.
    D. Logic 1 (Hi) bias.
    B. Forward bias.
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  158. 3-27C2 What determines the visible color radiated by an LED junction?
    A. The amount of current through the device.
    B. The materials used to construct the device.
    C. The amount of voltage across the device.
    D. The color of a lens in an eyepiece.
    B. The materials used to construct the device.
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  159. 3-27C3 What is the approximate operating current of a light-emitting diode?
    A. 10 mA.
    B. 5 mA.
    C. 400 mA.
    D. 20 mA.
    D. 20 mA.
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  160. 3-27C4 What would be the maximum current to safely illuminate a LED?
    A. 20 mA.
    B. 500 milliamps.
    C. 1 microamp.
    D. 1 amp.
    A. 20 mA.
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  161. 3-27C5 An LED facing a photodiode in a light-tight enclosure is commonly known as a/an:
    A. Optoisolator.
    B. Optointerrupter.
    C. Seven segment LED.
    D. Infra-red (IR) detector.
    A. Optoisolator.
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  162. 3-27C6 What circuit component must be connected in series to protect an LED?
    A. Series resistor.
    B. Electrolytic capacitor.
    C. Shunt coil in series.
    D. Bypass capacitor to ground.
    C. Shunt coil in series.
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  163. 3-28C1 What describes a diode junction that is forward biased?
    A. It is an open circuit.
    B. It is a high impedance.
    C. It is a low impedance.
    D. It conducts very little current.
    C. It is a low impedance.
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  164. 3-28C2 Why are special precautions necessary in handling FET and CMOS devices?
    A. They are light sensitive.
    B. They are susceptible to damage from static charges.
    C. They have micro-welded semiconductor junctions that are susceptible to breakage.
    D. They have fragile leads that may break off.
    B. They are susceptible to damage from static charges.
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  165. 3-28C3 What do the initials CMOS stand for?
    A. Complementary mica-oxide silicon.
    B. Common mode oscillating system.
    C. Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor.
    D. Complementary metal-oxide substrate.
    C. Complementary metal-oxide semiconductor.
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  166. 3-28C4 What is the piezoelectric effect?
    A. Mechanical deformation of a crystal by the application of a magnetic field.
    B. Reversed conduction states when a P-N junction is exposed to light.
    C. Mechanical vibration of a crystal by the application of a voltage.
    D. The generation of electrical energy by the application of light.
    C. Mechanical vibration of a crystal by the application of a voltage.
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  167. 3-28C5 An electrical relay is a:
    A. Remotely controlled switching device.
    B. Current limiting device.
    C. Component used mainly with HF audio amplifiers.
    D. Device used for supplying 3 or more voltages to a circuit.
    A. Remotely controlled switching device.
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  168. 3-28C6 In which oscillator circuit would you find a quartz crystal?
    A. Hartley.
    B. Pierce
    C. Colpitts.
    D. All of the above.
    B. Pierce
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  169. 3-29D1 What is the approximate magnitude of the impedance of a parallel R-L-C circuit at resonance?
    A. Approximately equal to XL.
    B. Approximately equal to the circuit resistance.
    C. Approximately equal to XC.
    D. Low, as compared to the circuit resistance.
    B. Approximately equal to the circuit resistance.
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  170. 3-29D2 What is the approximate magnitude of the impedance of a series R-L-C circuit at resonance?
    A. Approximately equal to the circuit resistance.
    B. Approximately equal to XL.
    C. High, as compared to the circuit resistance.
    D. Approximately equal to XC.
    A. Approximately equal to the circuit resistance.
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  171. 3-29D3 How could voltage be greater across reactances in series than the applied voltage?
    A. Capacitance.
    B. Resonance.
    C. Resistance.
    D. Conductance.
    B. Resonance.
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  172. 3-29D4 What is the characteristic of the current flow in a series R-L-C circuit at resonance?
    A. Minimum.
    B. DC.
    C. Zero.
    D. Maximum.
    D. Maximum.
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  173. 3-29D5 What is the characteristic of the current flow within the parallel elements in a parallel R-L-C circuit at resonance?
    A. Minimum.
    B. Maximum.
    C. Zero.
    D. DC.
    B. Maximum.
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  174. 3-29D6 What is the relationship between current through a resonant circuit and the voltage across the circuit?
    A. The voltage and current are in phase.
    B. The voltage leads the current by 90 degrees.
    C. The current leads the voltage by 90 degrees.
    D. The current and voltage are 180 degrees out of phase.
    A. The voltage and current are in phase.
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  175. 3-30D1 What is the main advantage of using an op-amp audio filter over a passive LC audio filter?
    A. Op-amps exhibit gain rather than insertion loss.
    B. Most LC filter manufacturers have retooled to make op-amp filters.
    C. Op-amps are readily available in a wide variety of operational voltages and frequency ranges.
    D. Op-amps are largely immune to vibration and temperature change.
    A. Op-amps exhibit gain rather than insertion loss.
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  176. 3-30D2 What are the characteristics of an inverting operational amplifier (op-amp) circuit?
    A. Input impedance is low while the output impedance is high.
    B. Input and output signals are 90 degrees out of phase.
    C. It has input and output signals 180 degrees out of phase.
    D. It has input and output signals in phase.
    C. It has input and output signals 180 degrees out of phase.
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  177. 3-30D3 Gain of a closed-loop op-amp circuit is determined by?
    A. The op-amp’s internal feedback network.
    B. The maximum operating frequency divided by the square root of the load impedance.
    C. The op-amp’s external feedback network.
    D. Supply voltage and slew rate.
    C. The op-amp’s external feedback network.
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  178. 3-30D4 Where is the external feedback network connected to control the gain of a closed-loop op-amp circuit?
    A. From output to the non-inverting input.
    B. From output to the inverting input.
    C. Between the output and the differential inputs.
    D. Between the differential inputs.
    B. From output to the inverting input.
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  179. 3-30D5 Which of the following op-amp circuits is operated open-loop?
    A. Comparator.
    B. Active filter.
    C. Non-inverting amp.
    D. Inverting amp.
    A. Comparator.
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  180. 3-30D6 In the op-amp oscillator circuit shown in Figure 3D6, what would be the most noticeable effect if the capacitance of C were suddenly doubled?
    A. There would be no change. The inputs are reversed, therefore the circuit cannot function.
    B. Frequency would be lower.
    C. Frequency would be higher.
    D. None of the above.
    B. Frequency would be lower.
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  181. 3-31D1 What frequency synthesizer circuit uses a phase comparator, look-up table, digital-to-analog converter, and a low-pass antialias filter?
    A. A direct digital synthesizer.
    B. A diode-switching matrix synthesizer.
    C. Phase-locked-loop synthesizer.
    D. A hybrid synthesizer.
    A. A direct digital synthesizer.
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  182. 3-31D2 A circuit that compares the output of a voltage-controlled oscillator (VCO) to a frequency standard and produces an error voltage that is then used to adjust the capacitance of a varactor diode used to control frequency in that same VCO is called what?
    A. Variable frequency oscillator.
    B. Doubly balanced mixer.
    C. Differential voltage amplifier.
    D. Phase-locked loop.
    D. Phase-locked loop.
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  183. 3-31D3 RF input to a mixer is 200 MHz and the local oscillator frequency is 150 MHz. What output would you expect to see at the IF output prior to any filtering?
    A. 50 and 350 MHz.
    B. 350 MHz.
    C. 50 MHz.
    D. 50, 150, 200 and 350 MHz.
    D. 50, 150, 200 and 350 MHz.
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  184. 3-31D4 What spectral impurity components might be generated by a phase-locked-loop synthesizer?
    A. Random spurs which gradually drift up in frequency.
    B. Broadband noise.
    C. Spurs at discrete frequencies.
    D. Digital conversion noise.
    B. Broadband noise.
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  185. 3-31D5 In a direct digital synthesizer, what are the unwanted components on its output?
    A. Spurs at discrete frequencies.
    B. Nyquist limit noise pulses.
    C. Digital conversion noise.
    D. Broadband noise.
    A. Spurs at discrete frequencies.
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  186. 3-31D6 What is the definition of a phase-locked loop (PLL) circuit?
    A. A servo loop consisting of a ratio detector, reactance modulator, and voltage-controlled oscillator.
    B. A servo loop consisting of a phase detector, a low-pass filter and voltage-controlled oscillator.
    C. A circuit consisting of a precision push-pull amplifier with a differential input.
    D. A circuit also known as a monostable multivibrator.
    B. A servo loop consisting of a phase detector, a low-pass filter and voltage-controlled oscillator.
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  187. 3-32D1 Given the combined DC input voltages, what would the output voltage be in the circuit shown in Figure 3D7?
    A. 150 mV
    B. 5.5 V
    C. -15 mv
    D. -5.5 V
    D. -5.5 V
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  188. 3-32D2 Which lamps would be lit in the circuit shown in Figure 3D8?
    A. 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.
    B. 1, 3, 5, 7 and 8.
    C. 2, 3, 4, 7 and 8.
    D. 5, 6, 8 and 9.
    C. 2, 3, 4, 7 and 8.
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  189. 3-32D3 What will occur if an amplifier input signal coupling capacitor fails open?
    A. No amplification will occur, with DC within the circuit measuring normal.
    B. An AC hum will appear on the circuit output.
    C. Improper biasing will occur within the amplifier stage.
    D. Oscillation and thermal runaway may occur.
    A. No amplification will occur, with DC within the circuit measuring normal.
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  190. 3-32D4 In Figure 3D9, determine if there is a problem with this regulated power supply and identify the problem.
    A. TR1 is shown as an NPN and must be changed to a PNP.
    B. There is no problem with the circuit.
    C. D1 and D2 are reversed. The power supply simply would not function.
    D. R1 value is too low which would cause excessive base current and instantly destroy TR 1.
    B. There is no problem with the circuit.
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  191. 3-32D5 In Figure 3D10 with a square wave input what would be the output?
    A. 2
    B. 4
    C. 1
    D. 3
    D. 3
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  192. 3-32D6 With a pure AC signal input to the circuit shown in Figure 3D11, what output wave form would you expect to see on an oscilloscope display?
    A. 3
    B. 1
    C. 4
    D. 2
    D. 2
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  193. 3-33E1 What is the voltage range considered to be valid logic low input in a TTL device operating at 5 volts?
    A. 2.0 to 5.5 volts.
    B. Zero to 0.8 volts.
    C. 5.2 to 34.8 volts.
    D. -2.0 to -5.5 volts.
    B. Zero to 0.8 volts.
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  194. 3-33E2 What is the voltage range considered to be a valid logic high input in a TTL device operating at 5.0 volts?
    A. 1.5 to 3.0 volts.
    B. 2.0 to 5.5 volts.
    C. 1.0 to 1.5 volts.
    D. 5.2 to 34.8 volts.
    B. 2.0 to 5.5 volts.
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  195. 3-33E3 What is the common power supply voltage for TTL series integrated circuits?
    A. 12 volts.
    B. 5 volts.
    C. 1 volt.
    D. 13.6 volts.
    B. 5 volts.
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  196. 3-33E4 TTL inputs left open develop what logic state?
    A. Open inputs on a TTL device are ignored.
    B. A low-logic state.
    C. A high-logic state.
    D. Random high- and low-logic states.
    C. A high-logic state.
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  197. 3-33E5 Which of the following instruments would be best for checking a TTL logic circuit?
    A. Continuity tester.
    B. Logic probe.
    C. VOM.
    D. DMM.
    B. Logic probe.
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  198. 3-33E6 What do the initials TTL stand for?
    A. Emitter-coupled logic.
    B. Diode-transistor logic.
    C. Resistor-transistor logic.
    D. Transistor-transistor logic.
    D. Transistor-transistor logic.
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  199. 3-34E1 What is a characteristic of an AND gate?
    A. Produces a logic “1” at its output if all inputs are logic “0”.
    B. Produces a logic “0” at its output only if all inputs are logic “1”.
    C. Produces a logic “1” at its output only if all inputs are logic “1”.
    D. Produces a logic “1” at its output if only one input is a logic “1”.
    C. Produces a logic “1” at its output only if all inputs are logic “1”.
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  200. 3-34E2 What is a characteristic of a NAND gate?
    A. Produces a logic “1” at its output only when all inputs are logic “1”.
    B. Produces a logic “0” at its output only when all inputs are logic “1”.
    C. Produces a logic “0” at its output if some but not all of its inputs are logic “1”.
    D. Produces a logic “0” at its output only when all inputs are logic “0”.
    B. Produces a logic “0” at its output only when all inputs are logic “1”.
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  201. 3-34E3 What is a characteristic of an OR gate?
    A. Produces a logic “1” at its output if all inputs are logic “0”.
    B. Produces a logic “1” at its output if any input is logic “1”.
    C. Produces a logic “0” at its output if all inputs are logic “1”.
    D. Produces a logic “0” at its output if any input is logic “1”.
    B. Produces a logic “1” at its output if any input is logic “1”.
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  202. 3-34E4 What is a characteristic of a NOR gate?
    A. Produces a logic “1” at its output if some but not all of its inputs are logic “1”.
    B. Produces a logic “1” at its output only if all inputs are logic “1”.
    C. Produces a logic “0” at its output only if all inputs are logic “0”.
    D. Produces a logic “0” at its output if any or all inputs are logic “1”.
    D. Produces a logic “0” at its output if any or all inputs are logic “1”.
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  203. 3-34E5 What is a characteristic of a NOT gate?
    A. Allows data transmission only when its input is high.
    B. Does not allow data transmission when its input is high.
    C. Produces a logic "1" at its output when the input is logic "1" and vice versa.
    D. Produces a logic “0” at its output when the input is logic “1” and vice versa.
    D. Produces a logic “0” at its output when the input is logic “1” and vice versa.
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  204. 3-34E6 Which of the following logic gates will provide an active high out when both inputs are active high?
    A. NAND.
    B. NOR.
    C. AND.
    D. XOR.
    C. AND.
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  205. 3-35E1 In a negative-logic circuit, what level is used to represent a logic 0?
    A. Negative-transition level.
    B. Low level.
    C. High level.
    D. Positive-transition level.
    C. High level.
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  206. 3-35E2 For the logic input levels shown in Figure 3E12, what are the logic levels of test points A, B and C in this circuit? (Assume positive logic.)
    A. A is low, B is high and C is low.
    B. A is low, B is high and C is high.
    C. A is high, B is low and C is low.
    D. A is high, B is high and C is low.
    B. A is low, B is high and C is high.
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  207. 3-35E3 For the logic input levels given in Figure 3E13, what are the logic levels of test points A, B and C in this circuit? (Assume positive logic.)
    A. A is low, B is high and C is low.
    B. A is high, B is low and C is low.
    C. A is high, B is high and C is high.
    D. A is low, B is low and C is high.
    C. A is high, B is high and C is high.
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  208. 3-35E4 In a positive-logic circuit, what level is used to represent a logic 1?
    A. High level
    B. Low level
    C. Positive-transition level
    D. Negative-transition level
    A. High level
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  209. 3-35E5 Given the input levels shown in Figure 3E14 and assuming positive logic devices, what would the output be?
    A. A is low, B is high and C is high.
    B. A is high, B is high and C is low.
    C. A is low, B is low and C is high.
    D. None of the above are correct.
    A. A is low, B is high and C is high.
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  210. 3-35E6 What is a truth table?
    A. A table of logic symbols that indicate the high logic states of an op-amp.
    B. A list of input combinations and their corresponding outputs that characterizes a digital device’s function.
    C. A diagram showing logic states when the digital device’s output is true.
    D. A table of logic symbols that indicates the low logic states of an op-amp.
    B. A list of input combinations and their corresponding outputs that characterizes a digital device’s function.
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  211. 3-36E1 A flip-flop circuit is a binary logic element with how many stable states?
    A. 4
    B. 8
    C. 1
    D. 2
    D. 2
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  212. 3-36E2 What is a flip-flop circuit? A binary sequential logic element with ___stable states.
    A. 1
    B. 4
    C. 8
    D. 2
    D. 2
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  213. 3-36E3 How many flip-flops are required to divide a signal frequency by 4?
    A. 2
    B. 1
    C. 8
    D. 4
    A. 2
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  214. 3-36E4 How many bits of information can be stored in a single flip-flop circuit?
    A. 4
    B. 3
    C. 2
    D. 1
    D. 1
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  215. 3-36E5 How many R-S flip-flops would be required to construct an 8 bit storage register?
    A. 4
    B. 8
    C. 2
    D. 16
    B. 8
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  216. 3-36E6 An R-S flip-flop is capable of doing all of the following except:
    A. Operate in toggle mode with R-S inputs held constant and CLK initiated.
    B. Accept data input into R-S inputs with CLK initiated.
    C. Accept data input into PRE and CLR inputs without CLK being initiated.
    D. Refuse to accept synchronous data if asynchronous data is being input at same time.
    A. Operate in toggle mode with R-S inputs held constant and CLK initiated.
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  217. 3-37E1 The frequency of an AC signal can be divided electronically by what type of digital circuit?
    A. Astable multivibrator.
    B. OR gate.
    C. Free-running multivibrator.
    D. Bistable multivibrator.
    D. Bistable multivibrator.
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  218. 3-37E2 What is an astable multivibrator?
    A. A circuit that alternates between a stable state and an unstable state.
    B. A circuit set to block either a 0 pulse or a 1 pulse and pass the other.
    C. A circuit that alternates between two unstable states.
    D. A circuit that alternates between two stable states.
    C. A circuit that alternates between two unstable states.
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  219. 3-37E3 What is a monostable multivibrator?
    A. A circuit designed to store one bit of data in either the 0 or the 1 configuration.
    B. A circuit that maintains a constant output voltage, regardless of variations in the input voltage.
    C. A circuit that can be switched momentarily to the opposite binary state and then returns after a set time to its original state.
    D. A “clock” circuit that produces a continuous square wave oscillating between 1 and 0.
    C. A circuit that can be switched momentarily to the opposite binary state and then returns after a set time to its original state.
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  220. 3-37E4 What is a bistable multivibrator circuit commonly named?
    A. OR gate.
    B. Clock.
    C. Flip-flop.
    D. AND gate.
    C. Flip-flop.
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  221. 3-37E5 What is a bistable multivibrator circuit?
    A. Flip-flop.
    B. AND gate.
    C. OR gate.
    D. Clock.
    A. Flip-flop.
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  222. 3-37E6 What wave form would appear on the voltage outputs at the collectors of an astable, multivibrator, common-emitter stage?
    A. Sine wave.
    B. Square wave.
    C. Sawtooth wave.
    D. Half-wave pulses.
    B. Square wave.
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  223. 3-38E1 What is the name of the semiconductor memory IC whose digital data can be written or read, and whose memory word address can be accessed randomly?
    A. ROM – Read-Only Memory.
    B. PROM – Programmable Read-Only Memory.
    C. EPROM – Electrically Programmable Read-Only Memory.
    D. RAM – Random-Access Memory.
    D. RAM – Random-Access Memory.
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  224. 3-38E2 What is the name of the semiconductor IC that has a fixed pattern of digital data stored in its memory matrix?
    A. Latch.
    B. RAM – Random-Access Memory.
    C. ROM – Read-Only Memory.
    D. Register.
    C. ROM – Read-Only Memory.
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  225. 3-38E3 What does the term “IO” mean within a microprocessor system?
    A. Input-output.
    B. Integer operation.
    C. Integrated oscillator.
    D Internal operation.
    A. Input-output.
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  226. 3-38E4 What is the name for a microprocessor’s sequence of commands and instructions?
    A. Program.
    B. Sequence.
    C. Data string.
    D. Data execution.
    A. Program.
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  227. 3-38E5 How many individual memory cells would be contained in a memory IC that has 4 data bus input/output pins and 4 address pins for connection to the address bus?
    A. 8
    B. 16
    C. 32
    D. 64
    D. 64
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  228. 3-38E6 What is the name of the random-accessed semiconductor memory IC that must be refreshed periodically to maintain reliable data storage in its memory matrix?
    A. ROM – Read-Only Memory.
    B. DRAM – Dynamic Random-Access Memory.
    C. PRAM – Programmable Random-Access Memory.
    D. PROM – Programmable Read-Only Memory.
    B. DRAM – Dynamic Random-Access Memory.
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  229. 3-39E1 In a microprocessor-controlled two-way radio, a “watchdog” timer:
    A. Verifies that the microprocessor is executing the program.
    B. Prevents the transmitter from exceeding allowed power out.
    C. Connects to the system RADAR presentation.
    D. Assures that the transmission is exactly on frequency.
    A. Verifies that the microprocessor is executing the program.
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  230. 3-39E2 What does the term “DAC” refer to in a microprocessor circuit?
    A. Digital to analog converter.
    B. Dial analog control.
    C. Dynamic access controller.
    D. Digital access counter.
    A. Digital to analog converter.
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  231. 3-39E3 Which of the following is not part of a MCU processor?
    A. I/O
    B. RAM
    C. Voltage Regulator
    D. ROM
    C. Voltage Regulator
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  232. 3-39E4 What portion of a microprocessor circuit is the pulse generator?
    A. RAM
    B. PLL
    C. Clock
    D. ROM
    C. Clock
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  233. 3-39E5 In a microprocessor, what is the meaning of the term “ALU”?
    A. Answer local unit.
    B. Automatic lock/unlock.
    C. Arithmetical logic unit.
    D. Auto latch undo.
    C. Arithmetical logic unit.
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  234. 3-39E6 What circuit interconnects the microprocessor with the memory and input/output system?
    A. Control logic bus.
    B. PLL line.
    C. Directional coupler.
    D. Data bus line.
    D. Data bus line.
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  235. 3-40E1 What is the purpose of a prescaler circuit?
    A. Multiplies an HF signal so a low-frequency counter can display the operating frequency.
    B. Prevents oscillation in a low frequency counter circuit.
    C. Converts the output of a JK flip-flop to that of an RS flip-flop.
    D. Divides an HF signal so that a low-frequency counter can display the operating frequency.
    D. Divides an HF signal so that a low-frequency counter can display the operating frequency.
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  236. 3-40E2 What does the term “BCD” mean?
    A. Binary coded decimal.
    B. Bit count decimal.
    C. Binaural coded digit.
    D. Broad course digit.
    A. Binary coded decimal.
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  237. 3-40E3 What is the function of a decade counter digital IC?
    A. Produce one output pulse for every ten input pulses.
    B. Add two decimal numbers.
    C. Decode a decimal number for display on a seven-segment LED display.
    D. Produce ten output pulses for every input pulse.
    A. Produce one output pulse for every ten input pulses.
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  238. 3-40E4 What integrated circuit device converts an analog signal to a digital signal?
    A. CDC
    B. ADC
    C. DAC
    D. DCC
    B. ADC
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  239. 3-40E5 What integrated circuit device converts digital signals to analog signals?
    A. DAC
    B. ADC
    C. CDC
    D. DCC
    A. DAC
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  240. 3-40E6 In binary numbers, how would you note the quantity TWO?
    A. 0010
    B. 2000
    C. 0002
    D. 0020
    A. 0010
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  241. 3-41F1 What is the limiting condition for sensitivity in a communications receiver?
    A. The noise floor of the receiver.
    B. The input impedance to the detector.
    C. The two-tone intermodulation distortion.
    D. The power supply output ripple.
    A. The noise floor of the receiver.
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  242. 3-41F2 What is the definition of the term “receiver desensitizing”?
    A. A burst of noise when the squelch is set too low.
    B. A reduction in receiver sensitivity because of a strong signal on a nearby frequency.
    C. A reduction in receiver sensitivity when the AF gain control is turned down.
    D. A burst of noise when the squelch is set too high.
    B. A reduction in receiver sensitivity because of a strong signal on a nearby frequency.
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  243. 3-41F3 What is the term used to refer to a reduction in receiver sensitivity caused by unwanted high-level adjacent channel signals?
    A. Quieting.
    B. Intermodulation distortion.
    C. Desensitizing.
    D. Overloading.
    C. Desensitizing.
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  244. 3-41F4 What is meant by the term noise figure of a communications receiver?
    A. The level of noise entering the receiver from the antenna.
    B. The ability of a receiver to reject unwanted signals at frequencies close to the desired one.
    C. The relative strength of a received signal 3 kHz removed from the carrier frequency.
    D. The level of noise generated in the front end and succeeding stages of a receiver.
    D. The level of noise generated in the front end and succeeding stages of a receiver.
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  245. 3-41F5 Which stage of a receiver primarily establishes its noise figure?
    A. The RF stage.
    B. The IF strip.
    C. The audio stage.
    D. The local oscillator.
    A. The RF stage.
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  246. 3-41F6 What is the term for the ratio between the largest tolerable receiver input signal and the minimum discernible signal?
    A. Noise figure.
    B. Dynamic range.
    C. Intermodulation distortion.
    D. Noise floor.
    B. Dynamic range.
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  247. 3-42F1 How can selectivity be achieved in the front-end circuitry of a communications receiver?
    A. By using an additional IF amplifier stage.
    B. By using an additional RF amplifier stage.
    C. By using a preselector.
    D. By using an audio filter.
    C. By using a preselector.
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  248. 3-42F2 What is the primary purpose of an RF amplifier in a receiver?
    A. To provide most of the receiver gain.
    B. To vary the receiver image rejection by utilizing the AGC.
    C. To develop the AGC voltage.
    D. To improve the receiver’s noise figure.
    D. To improve the receiver’s noise figure.
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  249. 3-42F3 How much gain should be used in the RF amplifier stage of a receiver?
    A. It depends on the amplification factor of the first IF stage.
    B. Sufficient gain to allow weak signals to overcome noise generated in the first mixer stage.
    C. Sufficient gain to keep weak signals below the noise of the first mixer stage.
    D. As much gain as possible short of self oscillation.
    B. Sufficient gain to allow weak signals to overcome noise generated in the first mixer stage.
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  250. 3-42F4 Too much gain in a VHF receiver front end could result in this:
    A. Difficult to match receiver impedances.
    B. Dramatic increase in receiver current.
    C. Local signals become weaker.
    D. Susceptibility of intermodulation interference from nearby transmitters.
    D. Susceptibility of intermodulation interference from nearby transmitters.
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  251. 3-42F5 What is the advantage of a GaAsFET preamplifier in a modern VHF radio receiver?
    A. Increased selectivity and flat gain.
    B. Low gain but high selectivity.
    C. High gain and low noise floor.
    D. High gain with high noise floor.
    C. High gain and low noise floor.
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  252. 3-42F6 In what stage of a VHF receiver would a low noise amplifier be most advantageous?
    A. Audio stage.
    B. IF stage.
    C. Power supply.
    D. Front end RF stage.
    D. Front end RF stage.
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  253. 3-43F1 Why is the Colpitts oscillator circuit commonly used in a VFO (variable frequency oscillator)?
    A. It has little or no effect on the crystal’s stability.
    B. It is stable.
    C. It can be phase locked.
    D. It can be remotely tuned.
    B. It is stable.
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  254. 3-43F2 What is the oscillator stage called in a frequency synthesizer?
    A. Divider.
    B. VCO.
    C. Phase detector.
    D. Reference standard.
    B. VCO.
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  255. 3-43F3 What are three major oscillator circuits found in radio equipment?
    A. Colpitts, Hartley, and Taft.
    B. Taft, Hartley, and Pierce.
    C. Taft, Pierce, and negative feedback.
    D. Colpitts, Hartley, and Pierce.
    D. Colpitts, Hartley, and Pierce.
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  256. 3-43F4 Which type of oscillator circuit is commonly used in a VFO (variable frequency oscillator)?
    A. Pierce.
    B. Negative feedback.
    C. Hartley.
    D. Colpitts.
    D. Colpitts.
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  257. 3-43F5 What condition must exist for a circuit to oscillate? It must:
    A. Have sufficient positive feedback.
    B. Be neutralized.
    C. Have a gain of less than 1.
    D. Have sufficient negative feedback.
    A. Have sufficient positive feedback.
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  258. 3-43F6 In Figure 3F15, which block diagram symbol (labeled 1 through 4) is used to represent a local oscillator?
    A. 3
    B. 1
    C. 2
    D. 4
    C. 2
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  259. 3-44F1 What is the image frequency if the normal channel is 151.000 MHz, the IF is operating at 11.000 MHz, and the LO is at 140.000 MHz?
    A. 162.000 MHz.
    B. 131.000 MHz.
    C. 129.000 MHz.
    D. 150.000 MHz.
    C. 129.000 MHz.
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  260. 3-44F2 What is the mixing process in a radio receiver?
    A. The combination of two signals to produce sum and difference frequencies.
    B. The elimination of noise in a wideband receiver by phase comparison.
    C. The elimination of noise in a wideband receiver by phase differentiation.
    D. Distortion caused by auroral propagation.
    A. The combination of two signals to produce sum and difference frequencies.
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  261. 3-44F3 In what radio stage is the image frequency normally rejected?
    A. RF.
    B. IF.
    C. Detector.
    D. LO.
    A. RF.
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  262. 3-44F4 What are the principal frequencies that appear at the output of a mixer circuit?
    A. 1.414 and 0.707 times the input frequency.
    B. Two and four times the original frequency.
    C. The sum, difference and square root of the input frequencies.
    D. The original frequencies and the sum and difference frequencies.
    D. The original frequencies and the sum and difference frequencies.
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  263. 3-44F5 If a receiver mixes a 13.8 MHz VFO with a 14.255 MHz receive signal to produce a 455 kHz intermediate frequency signal, what type of interference will a 13.345 MHz signal produce in the receiver?
    A. Mixer interference.
    B. An image response.
    C. Local oscillator interference.
    D. Intermediate frequency interference.
    B. An image response.
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  264. 3-44F6 What might occur in a receiver if excessive amounts of signal energy overdrive the mixer circuit?
    A. Mixer blanking occurs.
    B. Spurious mixer products are generated.
    C. Automatic limiting occurs.
    D. The mixer circuit becomes unstable and drifts.
    B. Spurious mixer products are generated.
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  265. 3-45F1 What degree of selectivity is desirable in the IF circuitry of a wideband FM phone receiver?
    A. 15 kHz.
    B. 1 kHz.
    C. 2.4 kHz.
    D. 4.2 kHz.
    A. 15 kHz.
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  266. 3-45F2 Which one of these filters can be used in micro-miniature electronic circuits?
    A. High power transmitter cavity.
    B. Receiver SAW IF filter.
    C. Internet DSL to telephone line filter.
    D. Floppy disk controller.
    B. Receiver SAW IF filter.
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  267. 3-45F3 A receiver selectivity of 2.4 kHz in the IF circuitry is optimum for what type of signals?
    A. SSB voice.
    B. CW.
    C. Double-sideband AM voice.
    D. FSK RTTY.
    A. SSB voice.
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  268. 3-45F4 A receiver selectivity of 10 KHz in the IF circuitry is optimum for what type of signals?
    A. SSB voice.
    B. CW.
    C. Double-sideband AM.
    D. FSK RTTY.
    C. Double-sideband AM.
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  269. 3-45F5 What is an undesirable effect of using too wide a filter bandwidth in the IF section of a receiver?
    A. Output-offset overshoot.
    B. Thermal-noise distortion.
    C. Undesired signals will reach the audio stage.
    D. Filter ringing.
    C. Undesired signals will reach the audio stage.
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  270. 3-45F6 How should the filter bandwidth of a receiver IF section compare with the bandwidth of a received signal?
    A. Approximately four times the received-signal bandwidth.
    B. Slightly greater than the received-signal bandwidth.
    C. Approximately half the received-signal bandwidth.
    D. Approximately two times the received-signal bandwidth.
    B. Slightly greater than the received-signal bandwidth.
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  271. 3-46F1 What is the primary purpose of the final IF amplifier stage in a receiver?
    A. Bypass undesired signals.
    B. Noise figure performance.
    C. Dynamic response.
    D. Gain.
    D. Gain.
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  272. 3-46F2 What factors should be considered when selecting an intermediate frequency?
    A. Image rejection and selectivity.
    B. Interference to other services.
    C. Cross-modulation distortion and interference.
    D. Noise figure and distortion.
    A. Image rejection and selectivity.
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  273. 3-46F3 What is the primary purpose of the first IF amplifier stage in a receiver?
    A. Noise figure performance.
    B. Selectivity.
    C. Dynamic response.
    D. Tune out cross-modulation distortion.
    B. Selectivity.
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  274. 3-46F4 What parameter must be selected when designing an audio filter using an op-amp?
    A. Desired current gain.
    B. Bandpass characteristics.
    C. Temperature coefficient.
    D. Output-offset overshoot.
    B. Bandpass characteristics.
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  275. 3-46F5 What are the distinguishing features of a Chebyshev filter?
    A. It has a maximally flat response over its passband.
    B. It only requires inductors.
    C. It allows ripple in the passband.
    D. A filter whose product of the series- and shunt-element impedances is a constant for all frequencies.
    C. It allows ripple in the passband.
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  276. 3-46F6 When would it be more desirable to use an m-derived filter over a constant-k filter?
    A. When you need more attenuation at a certain frequency that is too close to the cut-off frequency for a constant-k filter.
    B. When the number of components must be minimized.
    C. When the response must be maximally flat at one frequency.
    D. When high power levels must be filtered.
    A. When you need more attenuation at a certain frequency that is too close to the cut-off frequency for a constant-k filter.
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  277. 3-47F1 A good crystal band-pass filter for a single-sideband phone would be?
    A. 500 Hz.
    B. 2.1 KHz.
    C. 15 KHz.
    D. 5 KHz.
    B. 2.1 KHz.
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  278. 3-47F2 Which statement is true regarding the filter output characteristics shown in Figure 3F16?
    A. B is a high pass curve and D is a low pass curve.
    B. A is a low pass curve and D is a band stop curve.
    C. C is a low pass curve and B is a band pass curve.
    D. A is a high pass curve and B is a low pass curve.
    B. A is a low pass curve and D is a band stop curve.
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  279. 3-47F3 What are the three general groupings of filters?
    A. Hartley, Colpitts and Pierce.
    B. Inductive, capacitive and resistive.
    C. High-pass, low-pass and band-pass.
    D. Audio, radio and capacitive.
    C. High-pass, low-pass and band-pass.
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  280. 3-47F4 What is an m-derived filter?
    A. A filter whose schematic shape is the letter “M”.
    B. A filter whose product of the series- and shunt-element impedances is a constant for all frequencies.
    C. A filter whose input impedance varies widely over the design bandwidth.
    D. A filter that uses a trap to attenuate undesired frequencies too near cutoff for a constant-k filter.
    D. A filter that uses a trap to attenuate undesired frequencies too near cutoff for a constant-k filter.
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  281. 3-47F5 What is an advantage of a constant-k filter?
    A. It has high attenuation of signals at frequencies far removed from the pass band.
    B. It can match impedances over a wide range of frequencies.
    C. The ratio of the cutoff frequency to the trap frequency can be varied.
    D. It uses elliptic functions.
    A. It has high attenuation of signals at frequencies far removed from the pass band.
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  282. 3-47F6 What are the distinguishing features of a Butterworth filter?
    A. It has a maximally flat response over its passband.
    B. It requires only inductors.
    C. It only requires capacitors.
    D. A filter whose product of the series- and shunt-element impedances is a constant for all frequencies.
    A. It has a maximally flat response over its passband.
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  283. 3-48F1 What is a product detector?
    A. It uses a mixing process with a locally generated carrier.
    B. It amplifies and narrows the band-pass frequencies.
    C. It is used to detect cross-modulation products.
    D. It provides local oscillations for input to the mixer.
    A. It uses a mixing process with a locally generated carrier.
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  284. 3-48F2 Which circuit is used to detect FM-phone signals?
    A. Phase splitter.
    B. Balanced modulator.
    C. Product detector.
    D. Frequency discriminator.
    D. Frequency discriminator.
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  285. 3-48F3 What is the process of detection in a radio diode detector circuit?
    A. Breakdown of the Zener voltage.
    B. The change of reactance in the diode with respect to frequency.
    C. Mixing with noise in the transition region of the diode.
    D. Rectification and filtering of RF.
    D. Rectification and filtering of RF.
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  286. 3-48F4 What is a frequency discriminator in a radio receiver?
    A. An automatic band switching circuit.
    B. A circuit for filtering two closely adjacent signals.
    C. A circuit for detecting FM signals.
    D. An FM generator.
    C. A circuit for detecting FM signals.
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  287. 3-48F5 In a CTCSS controlled FM receiver, the CTCSS tone is filtered out after the:
    A. IF stage but before the mixer.
    B. IF but before the discriminator.
    C. Mixer but before the IF.
    D. Discriminator but before the audio section.
    D. Discriminator but before the audio section.
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  288. 3-48F6 What is the definition of detection in a radio receiver?
    A. The process of masking out the intelligence on a received carrier to make an S-meter operational.
    B. The recovery of intelligence from the modulated RF signal.
    C. The mixing of noise with the received signal.
    D. The modulation of a carrier.
    B. The recovery of intelligence from the modulated RF signal.
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  289. 3-49F1 What is the digital signal processing term for noise subtraction circuitry?
    A. Auto squelch noise reduction.
    B. Noise blanking.
    C. Adaptive filtering and autocorrelation.
    D. Noise limiting.
    C. Adaptive filtering and autocorrelation.
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  290. 3-49F2 What is the purpose of de-emphasis in the receiver audio stage?
    A. When coupled with the transmitter pre-emphasis, flat audio is achieved.
    B. When coupled with the transmitter pre-emphasis, flat audio and noise reduction is received.
    C. To conserve bandwidth by squelching no-audio periods in the transmission.
    D. No purpose is achieved.
    B. When coupled with the transmitter pre-emphasis, flat audio and noise reduction is received.
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  291. 3-49F3 What makes a Digital Coded Squelch work?
    A. Digital codes.
    B. Absence of noise.
    C. Noise.
    D. Tones.
    A. Digital codes.
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  292. 3-49F4 What causes a squelch circuit to function?
    A. Presence of noise.
    B. Received digital codes.
    C. Received tones.
    D. Absence of noise.
    A. Presence of noise.
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  293. 3-49F5 What makes a CTCSS squelch work?
    A. Absence of noise.
    B. Tones.
    C. Digital codes.
    D. Noise.
    B. Tones.
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  294. 3-49F6 What radio circuit samples analog signals, records and processes them as numbers, then converts them back to analog signals?
    A. The pre-emphasis audio stage.
    B. The voltage controlled oscillator circuit.
    C. The digital signal processing circuit.
    D. The squelch gate circuit.
    C. The digital signal processing circuit.
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  295. 3-50F1 Where would you normally find a low-pass filter in a radio receiver?
    A. A and C, but not B.
    B. In the Oscillator stage.
    C. In the Power Supply.
    D. In the AVC circuit.
    A. A and C, but not B.
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  296. 3-50F2 How can ferrite beads be used to suppress ignition noise? Install them:
    A. In the resistive high voltage cable every 2 years.
    B. In the antenna lead.
    C. Between the starter solenoid and the starter motor.
    D. Install them in the primary and secondary ignition leads.
    D. Install them in the primary and secondary ignition leads.
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  297. 3-50F3 What is the term used to refer to the condition where the signals from a very strong station are superimposed on other signals being received?
    A. Capture effect.
    B. Receiver quieting.
    C. Intermodulation distortion.
    D. Cross-modulation interference.
    D. Cross-modulation interference.
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  298. 3-50F4 What is cross-modulation interference?
    A. Harmonic distortion of the transmitted signal.
    B. Modulation from an unwanted signal heard in addition to the desired signal.
    C. Interference between two transmitters of different modulation type.
    D. Interference caused by audio rectification in the receiver preamp.
    B. Modulation from an unwanted signal heard in addition to the desired signal.
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  299. 3-50F5 In Figure 3F15 at what point in the circuit (labeled 1 through 4) could a DC voltmeter be used to monitor signal strength?
    A. 3
    B. 1
    C. 4
    D. 2
    C. 4
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  300. 3-50F6 Pulse type interference to automobile radio receivers that appears related to the speed of the engine can often be reduced by:
    A. Using heavy conductors between the starting battery and the starting motor.
    B. Connecting resistances in series with the battery.
    C. Installing resistances in series with spark plug wires.
    D. Grounding the negative side of the battery.
    C. Installing resistances in series with spark plug wires.
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  301. 3-51G1 What class of amplifier is distinguished by the presence of output throughout the entire signal cycle and the input never goes into the cutoff region?
    A. Class C.
    B. Class A.
    C. Class B.
    D. Class D.
    B. Class A.
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  302. 3-51G2 What is the distinguishing feature of a Class A amplifier?
    A. Output for more than 180 degrees and less than 360 degrees of the signal cycle.
    B. Output for less than 180 degrees of the signal cycle.
    C. Output for exactly 180 degrees of the input signal cycle.
    D. Output for the entire 360 degrees of the signal cycle.
    D. Output for the entire 360 degrees of the signal cycle.
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  303. 3-51G3 Which class of amplifier has the highest linearity and least distortion?
    A. Class C.
    B. Class B.
    C. Class AB.
    D. Class A.
    D. Class A.
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  304. 3-51G4 Which class of amplifier provides the highest efficiency?
    A. Class B.
    B. Class AB.
    C. Class A.
    D. Class C.
    D. Class C.
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  305. 3-51G5 What class of amplifier is distinguished by the bias being set well beyond cutoff?
    A. Class A.
    B. Class AB.
    C. Class C.
    D. Class B.
    C. Class C.
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  306. 3-51G6 Which class of amplifier has an operating angle of more than 180 degrees but less than 360 degrees when driven by a sine wave signal?
    A. Class A.
    B. Class AB.
    C. Class B.
    D. Class C.
    B. Class AB.
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  307. 3-52G1 The class B amplifier output is present for what portion of the input cycle?
    A. 360 degrees.
    B. 180 degrees.
    C. Greater than 180 degrees and less than 360 degrees.
    D. Less than 180 degrees.
    B. 180 degrees.
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  308. 3-52G2 What input-amplitude parameter is most valuable in evaluating the signal-handling capability of a Class A amplifier?
    A. Peak voltage.
    B. RMS voltage.
    C. Resting voltage.
    D. Average voltage.
    A. Peak voltage.
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  309. 3-52G3 The class C amplifier output is present for what portion of the input cycle?
    A. 360 degrees.
    B. More than 180 but less than 360 degrees.
    C. Exactly 180 degrees.
    D. Less than 180 degrees.
    D. Less than 180 degrees.
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  310. 3-52G4 What is the approximate DC input power to a Class AB RF power amplifier stage in an unmodulated carrier transmitter when the PEP output power is 500 watts?
    A. 800 watts.
    B. 600 watts.
    C. 250 watts.
    D. 1000 watts.
    D. 1000 watts.
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  311. 3-52G5 The class AB amplifier output is present for what portion of the input cycle?
    A. More than 180 but less than 360 degrees.
    B. 360 degrees
    C. Less than 180 degrees.
    D. Exactly 180 degrees.
    A. More than 180 but less than 360 degrees.
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  312. 3-52G6 What class of amplifier is characterized by conduction for 180 degrees of the input wave?
    A. Class B.
    B. Class A.
    C. Class C.
    D. Class D.
    A. Class B.
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  313. 3-53G1 What is the modulation index in an FM phone signal having a maximum frequency deviation of 3,000 Hz on either side of the carrier frequency when the modulating frequency is 1,000 Hz?
    A. 0.3
    B. 1,000
    C. 3,000
    D. 3
    D. 3
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  314. 3-53G2 What is the modulation index of a FM phone transmitter producing a maximum carrier deviation of 6 kHz when modulated with a 2 kHz modulating frequency?
    A. 2,000
    B. 6,000
    C. 3
    D. 1
    C. 3
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  315. 3-53G3 What is the total bandwidth of a FM phone transmission having a 5 kHz deviation and a 3 kHz modulating frequency?
    A. 8 kHz.
    B. 3 kHz.
    C. 5 kHz.
    D. 16 kHz.
    D. 16 kHz.
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  316. 3-53G4 How does the modulation index of a phase-modulated emission vary with RF carrier frequency?
    A. It decreases as the RF carrier frequency increases.
    B. It varies with the square root of the RF carrier frequency.
    C. It does not depend on the RF carrier frequency.
    D. Modulation index increases as the RF carrier frequency increases.
    C. It does not depend on the RF carrier frequency.
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  317. 3-53G5 How can a single-sideband phone signal be generated?
    A. By using a reactance modulator followed by a mixer.
    B. By driving a product detector with a DSB signal.
    C. By using a loop modulator followed by a mixer.
    D. By using a balanced modulator followed by a filter.
    D. By using a balanced modulator followed by a filter.
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  318. 3-53G6 What is a balanced modulator?
    A. A modulator that produces a full carrier signal.
    B. A modulator that produces a single sideband, suppressed carrier signal.
    C. An FM modulator that produces a balanced deviation.
    D. A modulator that produces a double sideband, suppressed carrier signal.
    D. A modulator that produces a double sideband, suppressed carrier signal.
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  319. 3-54G1 What is an L-network?
    A. A “lossy” network.
    B. A network formed by joining two low pass filters.
    C. A low power Wi-Fi RF network connection.
    D. A network consisting of an inductor and a capacitor.
    D. A network consisting of an inductor and a capacitor.
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  320. 3-54G2 What is a pi-network?
    A. An enhanced token ring network.
    B. A network consisting of one inductor and two capacitors or two inductors and one capacitor.
    C. A network consisting of a capacitor, resistor and inductor.
    D. The Phase inversion stage.
    B. A network consisting of one inductor and two capacitors or two inductors and one capacitor.
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  321. 3-54G3 What is the resonant frequency in an electrical circuit?
    A. The highest frequency that will pass current.
    B. The lowest frequency that will pass current.
    C. The frequency at which capacitive reactance equals inductive reactance.
    D. The frequency at which power factor is at a minimum.
    C. The frequency at which capacitive reactance equals inductive reactance.
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  322. 3-54G4 Which three network types are commonly used to match an amplifying device to a transmission line?
    A. T network, M network and Z network.
    B. L network, pi network and C network.
    C. Pi-C network, pi network and T network.
    D. L network, pi network and pi-L network.
    D. L network, pi network and pi-L network.
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  323. 3-54G5 What is a pi-L network?
    A. A matching network in which all components are isolated from ground.
    B. A network consisting of two inductors and two capacitors.
    C. A Phase Inverter Load network.
    D. A network with only three discrete parts.
    B. A network consisting of two inductors and two capacitors.
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  324. 3-54G6 Which network provides the greatest harmonic suppression?
    A. Pi-L network.
    B. Inverse L network.
    C. Pi network.
    D. L network.
    A. Pi-L network.
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  325. 3-55G1 What will occur when a non-linear amplifier is used with a single-sideband phone transmitter?
    A. Reduced amplifier efficiency.
    B. Distortion.
    C. Sideband inversion.
    D. Increased intelligibility.
    B. Distortion.
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  326. 3-55G2 To produce a single-sideband suppressed carrier transmission it is necessary to ____ the carrier and to ____ the unwanted sideband.
    A. Cancel, cancel.
    B. Cancel, filter.
    C. Filter, filter.
    D. Filter, cancel.
    B. Cancel, filter.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  327. 3-55G3 In a single-sideband phone signal, what determines the PEP-to-average power ratio?
    A. The speech characteristics.
    B. The frequency of the modulating signal.
    C. The amplifier power.
    D. The degree of carrier suppression.
    A. The speech characteristics.
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  328. 3-55G4 What is the approximate ratio of peak envelope power to average power during normal voice modulation peak in a single-sideband phone signal?
    A. 100 to 1.
    B. 1 to 1.
    C. 2.5 to 1.
    D. 25 to 1.
    C. 2.5 to 1.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  329. 3-55G5 What is the output peak envelope power from a transmitter as measured on an oscilloscope showing 200 volts peak-to-peak across a 50-ohm load resistor?
    A. 100 watts.
    B. 200 watts.
    C. 400 watts.
    D. 1,000 watts.
    A. 100 watts.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  330. 3-55G6 What would be the voltage across a 50-ohm dummy load dissipating 1,200 watts?
    A. 173 volts.
    B. 346 volts.
    C. 692 volts.
    D. 245 volts.
    D. 245 volts.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  331. 3-56G1 How can intermodulation interference between two transmitters in close proximity often be reduced or eliminated?
    A. By installing a band-pass filter in the antenna feed line.
    B. By installing a low-pass filter in the antenna feed line.
    C. By installing a terminated circulator or ferrite isolator in the feed line to the transmitter and duplexer.
    D. By using a Class C final amplifier with high driving power.
    C. By installing a terminated circulator or ferrite isolator in the feed line to the transmitter and duplexer.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  332. 3-56G2 How can parasitic oscillations be eliminated in a power amplifier?
    A. By tuning for maximum SWR.
    B. By neutralization.
    C. By tuning the output.
    D. By tuning for maximum power output.
    B. By neutralization.
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  333. 3-56G3 What is the name of the condition that occurs when the signals of two transmitters in close proximity mix together in one or both of their final amplifiers, and unwanted signals at the sum and difference frequencies of the original transmissions are generated?
    A. Amplifier desensitization.
    B. Intermodulation interference.
    C. Neutralization.
    D. Adjacent channel interference.
    B. Intermodulation interference.
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  334. 3-56G4 What term describes a wide-bandwidth communications system in which the RF carrier varies according to some pre-determined sequence?
    A. Spread-spectrum communication.
    B. Time-domain frequency modulation.
    C. SITOR.
    D. AMTOR.
    A. Spread-spectrum communication.
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  335. 3-56G5 How can even-order harmonics be reduced or prevented in transmitter amplifier design?
    A. By operating class AB.
    B. By using a push-pull amplifier.
    C. By operating class C.
    D. By using a push-push amplifier.
    B. By using a push-pull amplifier.
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  336. 3-56G6 What is the modulation type that can be a frequency hopping of one carrier or multiple simultaneous carriers?
    A. OFSK.
    B. Spread spectrum.
    C. SSB.
    D. FM.
    B. Spread spectrum.
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  337. 3-57H1 The deviation ratio is the:
    A. Audio modulating frequency to the center carrier frequency.
    B. Carrier center frequency to the audio modulating frequency.
    C. Maximum carrier frequency deviation to the highest audio modulating frequency.
    D. Highest audio modulating frequency to the average audio modulating frequency.
    C. Maximum carrier frequency deviation to the highest audio modulating frequency.
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  338. 3-57H2 What is the deviation ratio for an FM phone signal having a maximum frequency deviation of plus or minus 5 kHz and accepting a maximum modulation rate of 3 kHz?
    A. 0.16
    B. 0.6
    C. 60
    D. 1.66
    D. 1.66
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  339. 3-57H3 What is the deviation ratio of an FM-phone signal having a maximum frequency swing of plus or minus 7.5 kHz and accepting a maximum modulation rate of 3.5 kHz?
    A. 47
    B. 0.214
    C. 2.14
    D. 0.47
    C. 2.14
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  340. 3-57H4 How can an FM-phone signal be produced in a transmitter?
    A. By feeding the audio directly to the oscillator.
    B. By modulating the supply voltage to a class-C amplifier.
    C. By using a balanced modulator.
    D. By modulating the supply voltage to a class-B amplifier.
    A. By feeding the audio directly to the oscillator.
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  341. 3-57H5 What is meant by the term modulation index?
    A. The ratio of the maximum carrier frequency deviation to the highest audio modulating frequency.
    B. The FM signal-to-noise ratio.
    C. The processor index.
    D. The ratio between the deviation of a frequency modulated signal and the modulating frequency.
    D. The ratio between the deviation of a frequency modulated signal and the modulating frequency.
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  342. 3-57H6 In an FM-phone signal, what is the term for the maximum deviation from the carrier frequency divided by the maximum audio modulating frequency?
    A. Modulation index.
    B. Deviation index.
    C. Modulation ratio.
    D. Deviation ratio.
    D. Deviation ratio.
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  343. 3-58H1 In Figure 3H17, the block labeled 4 would indicate that this schematic is most likely a/an:
    A. Wireless LAN (local area network) computer.
    B. Shipboard RADAR.
    C. Audio amplifier.
    D. SSB radio transmitter.
    D. SSB radio transmitter.
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  344. 3-58H2 In Figure 3H17, which block diagram symbol (labeled 1 through 4) represents where audio intelligence is inserted?
    A. 4
    B. 2
    C. 1
    D. 3
    B. 2
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  345. 3-58H3 What kind of input signal could be used to test the amplitude linearity of a single-sideband phone transmitter while viewing the output on an oscilloscope?
    A. An audio frequency square wave.
    B. An audio frequency sine wave.
    C. Whistling in the microphone.
    D. A two-tone audio-frequency sine wave.
    D. A two-tone audio-frequency sine wave.
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  346. 3-58H4 What does a two-tone test illustrate on an oscilloscope?
    A. Sideband suppression.
    B. Percentage of frequency modulation.
    C. Frequency of the carrier phase shift.
    D. Linearity of a SSB transmitter.
    D. Linearity of a SSB transmitter.
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  347. 3-58H5 How can a double-sideband phone signal be produced?
    A. By using a reactance modulator.
    B. By varying the voltage to the varactor in an oscillator circuit.
    C. By using a phase detector, oscillator, and filter in a feedback loop.
    D. By modulating the supply voltage to a class C amplifier.
    D. By modulating the supply voltage to a class C amplifier.
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  348. 3-58H6 What type of signals are used to conduct an SSB two-tone test?
    A. Two non-harmonically related audio signals that are within the modulation band pass of the transmitter.
    B. Two different audio frequency square wave signals of equal amplitude.
    C. Any two audio frequencies as long as they are harmonically related.
    D. Two audio signals of the same frequency, but shifted 90 degrees in phase.
    A. Two non-harmonically related audio signals that are within the modulation band pass of the transmitter.
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  349. 3-59H1 What is an important factor in pulse-code modulation using time-division multiplex?
    A. Synchronization of transmit and receive clock pulse rates.
    B. Frequency separation.
    C. Slight variations in power supply voltage.
    D. Overmodulation and undermodulation.
    A. Synchronization of transmit and receive clock pulse rates.
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  350. 3-59H2 In a pulse-width modulation system, what parameter does the modulating signal vary?
    A. Pulse amplitude.
    B. Pulse duration.
    C. Pulse intensity.
    D. Pulse frequency.
    B. Pulse duration.
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  351. 3-59H3 What is the name of the type of modulation in which the modulating signal varies the duration of the transmitted pulse?
    A. Amplitude modulation.
    B. Pulse-height modulation.
    C. Pulse-width modulation.
    D. Frequency modulation.
    C. Pulse-width modulation.
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  352. 3-59H4 Which of the following best describes a pulse modulation system?
    A. The peak transmitter power is normally much greater than the average power.
    B. Pulse modulation is sometimes used in SSB voice transmitters.
    C. The average power is normally only slightly below the peak power.
    D. The peak power is normally twice as high as the average power.
    A. The peak transmitter power is normally much greater than the average power.
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  353. 3-59H5 In a pulse-position modulation system, what parameter does the modulating signal vary?
    A. The duration of the pulses.
    B. The time at which each pulse occurs.
    C. Both the frequency and amplitude of the pulses.
    D. The number of pulses per second.
    B. The time at which each pulse occurs.
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  354. 3-59H6 What is one way that voice is transmitted in a pulse-width modulation system?
    A. The position of a standard pulse is varied by an amount depending on the voice waveform at that instant.
    B. A standard pulse is varied in duration by an amount depending on the voice waveform at that instant.
    C. A standard pulse is varied in amplitude by an amount depending on the voice waveform at that instant.
    D. The number of standard pulses per second varies depending on the voice waveform at that instant.
    B. A standard pulse is varied in duration by an amount depending on the voice waveform at that instant.
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  355. 3-60I1 When a lead-acid storage battery is being charged, a harmful effect to humans is:
    A. Emission of oxygen.
    B. Emission of chlorine gas.
    C. Emission of hydrogen gas.
    D. Internal plate sulfation may occur under constant charging.
    C. Emission of hydrogen gas.
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  356. 3-60I2 A battery with a terminal voltage of 12.5 volts is to be trickle-charged at a 0.5 A rate. What resistance should be connected in series with the battery to charge it from a 110-V DC line?
    A. 300 ohms.
    B. 95 ohms.
    C. 195 ohms.
    D. None of these.
    C. 195 ohms.
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  357. 3-60I3 What capacity in amperes does a storage battery need to be in order to operate a 50 watt transmitter for 6 hours? Assume a continuous transmitter load of 70% of the key-locked demand of 40 A, and an emergency light load of 1.5 A.
    A. None of these.
    B. 249 ampere-hours.
    C. 177 ampere-hours.
    D. 100 ampere-hours.
    C. 177 ampere-hours.
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  358. 3-60I4 What is the total voltage when 12 Nickel-Cadmium batteries are connected in series?
    A. 12.6 volts.
    B. 72 volts.
    C. 15 volts.
    D. 12 volts.
    C. 15 volts.
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  359. 3-60I5 The average fully-charged voltage of a lead-acid storage cell is:
    A. 1.2 volts.
    B. 2.06 volts.
    C. 1.56 volts.
    D. 1 volt.
    B. 2.06 volts.
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  360. 3-60I6 A nickel-cadmium cell has an operating voltage of about:
    A. 1.4 volts.
    B. 1.25 volts.
    C. 2.1 volts.
    D. 1.5 volts.
    B. 1.25 volts.
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  361. 3-61I1 When an emergency transmitter uses 325 watts and a receiver uses 50 watts, how many hours can a 12.6 volt, 55 ampere-hour battery supply full power to both units?
    A. 1.2 hours.
    B. 6 hours.
    C. 1.8 hours.
    D. 3 hours.
    C. 1.8 hours.
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  362. 3-61I2 What current will flow in a 6 volt storage battery with an internal resistance of 0.01 ohms, when a 3-watt, 6-volt lamp is connected?
    A. 0.4995 amps.
    B. 0.4885 amps.
    C. 0.5566 amps.
    D. 0.5795 amps.
    A. 0.4995 amps.
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  363. 3-61I3 A ship RADAR unit uses 315 watts and a radio uses 50 watts. If the equipment is connected to a 50 ampere-hour battery rated at 12.6 volts, how long will the battery last?
    A. 10 hours, 50 minutes.
    B. 29 minutes.
    C. 28.97 hours.
    D. 1 hour 43 minutes.
    D. 1 hour 43 minutes.
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  364. 3-61I4 If a marine radiotelephone receiver uses 75 watts of power and a transmitter uses 325 watts, how long can they both operate before discharging a 50 ampere-hour 12 volt battery?
    A. 40 minutes.
    B. 6 hours.
    C. 1 hour.
    D. 1 1/2 hours.
    D. 1 1/2 hours.
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  365. 3-61I5 A 6 volt battery with 1.2 ohms internal resistance is connected across two light bulbs in parallel whose resistance is 12 ohms each. What is the current flow?
    A. 0.57 amps.
    B. 0.83 amps.
    C. 1.0 amps.
    D. 6.0 amps.
    B. 0.83 amps.
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  366. 3-61I6 A 12.6 volt, 8 ampere-hour battery is supplying power to a receiver that uses 50 watts and a RADAR system that uses 300 watts. How long will the battery last?
    A. 100.8 hours.
    B. 27.7 hours.
    C. 1 hour.
    D. 17 minutes or 0.3 hours.
    D. 17 minutes or 0.3 hours.
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  367. 3-62I1 What occurs if the load is removed from an operating series DC motor?
    A. It will accelerate until it falls apart.
    B. No change occurs.
    C. It will stop running.
    D. Speed will increase slightly.
    A. It will accelerate until it falls apart.
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  368. 3-62I2 If a shunt motor running with a load has its shunt field opened, how would this affect the speed of the motor?
    A. It will slow down.
    B. It will stop suddenly.
    C. It will be unaffected.
    D. It will speed up.
    B. It will stop suddenly.
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  369. 3-62I3 The expression “voltage regulation” as it applies to a shunt-wound DC generator operating at a constant frequency refers to:
    A. Voltage fluctuations from load to no-load.
    B. Voltage output efficiency.
    C. Voltage in the secondary compared to the primary.
    D. Rotor winding voltage ratio
    A. Voltage fluctuations from load to no-load.
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  370. 3-62I4 What is the line current of a 7 horsepower motor operating on 120 volts at full load, a power factor of 0.8, and 95% efficient?
    A. 57.2 amps.
    B. 56 amps.
    C. 13.03 amps.
    D. 4.72 amps.
    A. 57.2 amps.
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  371. 3-62I5 A 3 horsepower, 100 V DC motor is 85% efficient when developing its rated output. What is the current?
    A. 20.345 amps.
    B. 26.300 amps.
    C. 8.545 amps.
    D. 25.000 amps.
    B. 26.300 amps.
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  372. 3-62I6 The output of a separately-excited AC generator running at a constant speed can be controlled by:
    A. The amount of field current.
    B. The exciter.
    C. The armature.
    D. The brushes.
    A. The amount of field current.
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  373. 3-63J1 Which of the following could cause a high standing wave ratio on a transmission line?
    A. Excessive modulation.
    B. A detuned antenna coupler.
    C. Low power from the transmitter.
    D. An increase in output power.
    B. A detuned antenna coupler.
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  374. 3-63J2 Why is the value of the radiation resistance of an antenna important?
    A. Knowing the radiation resistance makes it possible to match impedances for maximum power transfer.
    B. Knowing the radiation resistance makes it possible to measure the near-field radiation density from transmitting antenna.
    C. The value of the radiation resistance represents the front-to-back ratio of the antenna.
    D. The value of the radiation resistance represents the front-to-side ratio of the antenna.
    A. Knowing the radiation resistance makes it possible to match impedances for maximum power transfer.
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  375. 3-63J3 A radio frequency device that allows RF energy to pass through in one direction with very little loss but absorbs RF power in the opposite direction is a:
    A. Isolator.
    B. Multiplexer.
    C. Wave trap.
    D. Circulator.
    A. Isolator.
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  376. 3-63J4 What is an advantage of using a trap antenna?
    A. It has high directivity in the high-frequency bands.
    B. It has high gain.
    C. It minimizes harmonic radiation.
    D. It may be used for multiband operation.
    D. It may be used for multiband operation.
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  377. 3-63J5 What is meant by the term radiation resistance of an antenna?
    A. The specific impedance of the antenna.
    B. Losses in the antenna elements and feed line.
    C. The resistance in the trap coils to received signals.
    D. An equivalent resistance that would dissipate the same amount of power as that radiated from an antenna.
    D. An equivalent resistance that would dissipate the same amount of power as that radiated from an antenna.
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  378. 3-63J6 What is meant by the term antenna bandwidth?
    A. The angle formed between two imaginary lines drawn through the ends of the elements.
    B. The frequency range over which an antenna can be expected to perform well.
    C. The angle between the half-power radiation points.
    D. Antenna length divided by the number of elements.
    B. The frequency range over which an antenna can be expected to perform well.
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  379. 3-64J1 What is the current flowing through a 52 ohm line with an input of 1,872 watts?
    A. 0.06 amps.
    B. 6 amps.
    C. 28.7 amps.
    D. 144 amps.
    B. 6 amps.
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  380. 3-64J2 The voltage produced in a receiving antenna is:
    A. Variable depending on the station’s SWR.
    B. Out of phase with the current if connected properly.
    C. Out of phase with the current if cut to 1/3 wavelength.
    D. Always proportional to the received field strength.
    D. Always proportional to the received field strength.
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  381. 3-64J3 Which of the following represents the best standing wave ratio (SWR)?
    A. 1:4.
    B. 1:1.5.
    C. 1:3.
    D. 1:1.
    D. 1:1.
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  382. 3-64J4 At the ends of a half-wave antenna, what values of current and voltage exist compared to the remainder of the antenna?
    A. Maximum voltage and minimum current.
    B. Equal voltage and current.
    C. Minimum voltage and maximum current.
    D. Minimum voltage and minimum current.
    C. Minimum voltage and maximum current.
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  383. 3-64J5 An antenna radiates a primary signal of 500 watts output. If there is a 2nd harmonic output of 0.5 watt, what attenuation of the 2nd harmonic has occurred?
    A. 30 dB.
    B. 10 dB.
    C. 40 dB.
    D. 50 dB.
    A. 30 dB.
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  384. 3-64J6 There is an improper impedance match between a 30 watt transmitter and the antenna, with 5 watts reflected. How much power is actually radiated?
    A. 20 watts.
    B. 35 watts.
    C. 25 watts.
    D. 30 watts.
    C. 25 watts.
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  385. 3-65J1 A vertical 1/4 wave antenna receives signals:
    A. In one vertical direction.
    B. In the microwave band.
    C. In one horizontal direction.
    D. Equally from all horizontal directions.
    D. Equally from all horizontal directions.
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  386. 3-65J2 The resonant frequency of a Hertz antenna can be lowered by:
    A. Placing an inductance in series with the antenna.
    B. Lowering the frequency of the transmitter.
    C. Placing a condenser in series with the antenna.
    D. Placing a resistor in series with the antenna.
    A. Placing an inductance in series with the antenna.
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  387. 3-65J3 An excited 1/2 wavelength antenna produces:
    A. An electro-magnetic field only.
    B. Both electro-magnetic and electro-static fields.
    C. Residual fields.
    D. An electro-flux field sometimes.
    B. Both electro-magnetic and electro-static fields.
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  388. 3-65J4 To increase the resonant frequency of a 1/4 wavelength antenna:
    A. Add an inductor.
    B. Cut antenna.
    C. Lower capacitor value.
    D. Add a capacitor in series.
    D. Add a capacitor in series.
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  389. 3-65J5 What happens to the bandwidth of an antenna as it is shortened through the use of loading coils?
    A. It is increased.
    B. It is decreased.
    C. It becomes flat.
    D. No change occurs.
    B. It is decreased.
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  390. 3-65J6 To lengthen an antenna electrically, add a:
    A. Coil.
    B. Conduit.
    C. Battery.
    D. Resistor.
    A. Coil.
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  391. 3-66J1 What is the meaning of the term velocity factor of a transmission line?
    A. The index of shielding for coaxial cable.
    B. The velocity of the wave on the transmission line multiplied by the velocity of light in a vacuum.
    C. The ratio of the characteristic impedance of the line to the terminating impedance.
    D. The velocity of the wave on the transmission line divided by the velocity of light in a vacuum.
    D. The velocity of the wave on the transmission line divided by the velocity of light in a vacuum.
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  392. 3-66J2 What determines the velocity factor in a transmission line?
    A. The termination impedance.
    B. The line length.
    C. The center conductor resistivity.
    D. Dielectrics in the line.
    D. Dielectrics in the line.
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  393. 3-66J3 Nitrogen is placed in transmission lines to:
    A. Prevent moisture from entering the line.
    B. Reduce the standing wave ratio of the line.
    C. Improve the “skin-effect” of microwaves.
    D. Reduce arcing in the line.
    A. Prevent moisture from entering the line.
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  394. 3-66J4 A perfect (no loss) coaxial cable has 7 dB of reflected power when the input is 5 watts. What is the output of the transmission line?
    A. 5 watts.
    B. 1 watt.
    C. 1.25 watts.
    D. 2.5 watts.
    B. 1 watt.
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  395. 3-66J5 Referred to the fundamental frequency, a shorted stub line attached to the transmission line to absorb even harmonics could have a wavelength of:
    A. 1.41 wavelength.
    B. 1/2 wavelength.
    C. 1/6 wavelength.
    D. 1/4 wavelength.
    D. 1/4 wavelength.
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  396. 3-66J6 If a transmission line has a power loss of 6 dB per 100 feet, what is the power at the feed point to the antenna at the end of a 200 foot transmission line fed by a 100 watt transmitter?
    A. 50 watts.
    B. 6 watts.
    C. 25 watts.
    D. 70 watts.
    B. 6 watts.
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  397. 3-67J1 What is the effective radiated power of a repeater with 50 watts transmitter power output, 4 dB feedline loss, 3 dB duplexer and circulator loss, and 6 dB antenna gain?
    A. 251 watts.
    B. 69.9 watts.
    C. 158 watts.
    D. 39.7 watts.
    D. 39.7 watts.
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  398. 3-67J2 What is the effective radiated power of a repeater with 75 watts transmitter power output, 4 dB feedline loss, 3 dB duplexer and circulator loss, and 10 dB antenna gain?
    A. 18.75 watts.
    B. 150 watts.
    C. 75 watts.
    D. 600 watts.
    B. 150 watts.
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  399. 3-67J3 What is the effective radiated power of a repeater with 75 watts transmitter power output, 5 dB feedline loss, 4 dB duplexer and circulator loss, and 6 dB antenna gain?
    A. 23.7 watts.
    B. 37.6 watts.
    C. 150 watts.
    D. 237 watts.
    B. 37.6 watts.
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  400. 3-67J4 What is the effective radiated power of a repeater with 100 watts transmitter power output, 4 dB feedline loss, 3 dB duplexer and circulator loss, and 7 dB antenna gain?
    A. 400 watts.
    B. 631 watts.
    C. 25 watts.
    D. 100 watts.
    D. 100 watts.
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  401. 3-67J5 What is the effective radiated power of a repeater with 100 watts transmitter power output, 5 dB feedline loss, 4 dB duplexer and circulator loss, and 10 dB antenna gain?
    A. 12.5 watts.
    B. 126 watts.
    C. 1260 watts.
    D. 800 watts.
    B. 126 watts.
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  402. 3-67J6 What is the effective radiated power of a repeater with 50 watts transmitter power output, 5 dB feedline loss, 4 dB duplexer and circulator loss, and 7 dB antenna gain?
    A. 31.5 watts.
    B. 315 watts.
    C. 69.9 watts.
    D. 300 watts.
    A. 31.5 watts.
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  403. 3-68K1 What is the frequency range of the Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) used to indicate an aircraft’s slant range distance to a selected ground-based navigation station?
    A. 962 MHz to 1213 MHz.
    B. 329.15 MHz to 335.00 MHz.
    C. 108.00 MHz to 117.95 MHz.
    D. 108.10 MHz to 111.95 MHz.
    A. 962 MHz to 1213 MHz.
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  404. 3-68K2 The Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) measures the distance from the aircraft to the DME ground station. This is referred to as:
    A. Localizer course width.
    B. The slant range.
    C. DME bearing.
    D. Glide Slope angle of approach.
    B. The slant range.
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  405. 3-68K3 The Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) ground station has a built-in delay between reception of an interrogation and transmission of the reply to allow:
    A. Operation at close range.
    B. Clear other traffic for a reply.
    C. Someone to answer the call.
    D. The VOR to make a mechanical hook-up.
    A. Operation at close range.
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  406. 3-68K4 What is the main underlying operating principle of an aircraft’s Distance Measuring Equipment (DME)?
    A. A measurable amount of time is required to send and receive a radio signal through the Earth’s atmosphere.
    B. The difference between the peak values of two DC voltages may be used to determine an aircraft’s distance to another aircraft.
    C. A measurable frequency compression of an AC signal may be used to determine an aircraft’s altitude above the earth.
    D. A phase inversion between two AC voltages may be used to determine an aircraft’s distance to the exit ramp of an airport’s runway.
    A. A measurable amount of time is required to send and receive a radio signal through the Earth’s atmosphere.
  407. 3-68K5 What radio navigation aid determines the distance from an aircraft to a selected VORTAC station by measuring the length of time the radio signal takes to travel to and from the station?
    A. Distance Marking (DM).
    B. Loran C.
    C. RADAR.
    D. Distance Measuring Equipment (DME).
    D. Distance Measuring Equipment (DME).
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  408. 3-68K6 The majority of airborne Distance Measuring Equipment systems automatically tune their transmitter and receiver frequencies to the paired __ / __ channel.
    A. LOC/glideslope.
    B. Marker beacon/glideslope.
    C. VOR/LOC.
    D. VOR/marker beacon.
    C. VOR/LOC.
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  409. 3-69K1 All directions associated with a VOR station are related to:
    A. North pole.
    B. None of these.
    C. Magnetic north.
    D. North star.
    C. Magnetic north.
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  410. 3-69K2 The rate that the transmitted VOR variable signal rotates is equivalent to how many revolutions per second?
    A. 2400
    B. 1800
    C. 60
    D. 30
    D. 30
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  411. 3-69K3 What is the frequency range of the ground-based Very-high-frequency Omnidirectional Range (VOR) stations used for aircraft navigation?
    A. 329.15 MHz to 335.00 MHz.
    B. 108.00 kHz to 117.95 kHz.
    C. 108.00 MHz to 117.95 MHz.
    D. 329.15 kHz to 335.00 kHz.
    C. 108.00 MHz to 117.95 MHz.
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  412. 3-69K4 Lines drawn from the VOR station in a particular magnetic direction are:
    A. Radials.
    B. Quadrants.
    C. Bearings.
    D. Headings.
    A. Radials.
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  413. 3-69K5 The amplitude modulated variable phase signal and the frequency modulated reference phase signal of a Very-high-frequency Omnidirectional Range (VOR) station used for aircraft navigation are synchronized so that both signals are in phase with each other at ____________ of the VOR station.
    A. 180 degrees South, true bearing position.
    B. 0 degrees North, true bearing position.
    C. 180 degrees South, magnetic bearing position.
    D. 360 degrees North, magnetic bearing position.
    D. 360 degrees North, magnetic bearing position.
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  414. 3-69K6 What is the main underlying operating principle of the Very-high-frequency Omnidirectional Range (VOR) aircraft navigational system?
    A. A definite amount of time is required to send and receive a radio signal.
    B. The difference between the peak values of two DC voltages may be used to determine an aircraft’s altitude above a selected VOR station.
    C. A phase difference between two AC voltages may be used to determine an aircraft’s azimuth position in relation to a selected VOR station.
    D. A phase difference between two AC voltages may be used to determine an aircraft’s distance from a selected VOR station.
    C. A phase difference between two AC voltages may be used to determine an aircraft’s azimuth position in relation to a selected VOR station.
  415. 3-70K1 What is the frequency range of the localizer beam system used by aircraft to find the centerline of a runway during an Instrument Landing System (ILS) approach to an airport?
    A. 108.10 kHz to 111.95 kHz.
    B. 329.15 MHz to 335.00 MHz.
    C. 329.15 kHz to 335.00 kHz.
    D. 108.10 MHz to 111.95 MHz.
    D. 108.10 MHz to 111.95 MHz.
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  416. 3-70K2 What is the frequency range of the marker beacon system used to indicate an aircraft's position during an Instrument Landing System (ILS) approach to an airport's runway?
    A. The outer marker beacon’s carrier frequency is 400 MHz, the middle marker beacon’s carrier frequency is 1300 MHz, and the inner marker beacon’s carrier frequency is 3000 MHz.
    B. The outer, marker beacon’s carrier frequency is 3000 kHz, the middle marker beacon’s carrier frequency is 1300 kHz, and the inner marker beacon’s carrier frequency is 400 kHz.
    C. The outer, middle, and inner marker beacons’ UHF frequencies are unique for each ILS equipped airport to provide unambiguous frequency-protected reception areas in the 329.15 to 335.00 MHz range.
    D. The outer, the middle, and the inner marker beacon’s carrier frequencies are all 75 MHz but the marker beacons are 95% tone-modulated at 400 Hz (outer), 1300 Hz (middle), and 3000 Hz (inner).
    D. The outer, the middle, and the inner marker beacon’s carrier frequencies are all 75 MHz but the marker beacons are 95% tone-modulated at 400 Hz (outer), 1300 Hz (middle), and 3000 Hz (inner).
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  417. 3-70K3 Which of the following is a required component of an Instrument Landing System (ILS)?
    A. VHF Communications: provide communications to aircraft.
    B. Altimeter: shows aircraft height above sea-level.
    C. Distance Measuring Equipment: shows aircraft distance to VORTAC station.
    D. Localizer: shows aircraft deviation horizontally from center of runway.
    D. Localizer: shows aircraft deviation horizontally from center of runway.
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  418. 3-70K4 What type of antenna is used in an aircraft’s Instrument Landing System (ILS) glideslope installation?
    A. A folded dipole reception antenna.
    B. An electronically steerable phased-array antenna that radiates a directional antenna pattern.
    C. A vertically polarized antenna that radiates an omnidirectional antenna pattern.
    D. A balanced loop reception antenna.
    A. A folded dipole reception antenna.
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  419. 3-70K5 Choose the only correct statement about the localizer beam system used by aircraft to find the centerline of a runway during an Instrument Landing System (ILS) approach to an airport. The localizer beam system:
    A. Operates within the assigned frequency range of 108.10 to 111.95 GHz.
    B. Produces two amplitude modulated antenna patterns; one pattern above and one pattern below the normal 2.5 degree approach glide path of the aircraft.
    C. Frequencies are automatically tuned-in when the proper glide slope frequency is selected on the aircraft’s Navigation and Communication (NAV/COMM) transceiver.
    D. Produces two amplitude modulated antenna patterns; one pattern with an audio frequency of 90 Hz and one pattern with an audio frequency of 150 Hz, one left of the runway centerline and one right of the runway centerline.
    D. Produces two amplitude modulated antenna patterns; one pattern with an audio frequency of 90 Hz and one pattern with an audio frequency of 150 Hz, one left of the runway centerline and one right of the runway centerline.
  420. 3-70K6 On runway approach, an ILS Localizer shows:
    A. Deviation left or right of runway center line.
    B. Wind speed along runway.
    C. Deviation percentage from authorized ground speed.
    D. Deviation up and down from ground speed.
    A. Deviation left or right of runway center line.
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  421. 3-71K1 What is the frequency range of an aircraft’s Automatic Direction Finding (ADF) equipment?
    A. 190 kHz to 1750 kHz.
    B. 190 MHz to 1750 MHz.
    C. 108.10 MHz to 111.95 MHz.
    D. 108.00 MHz to 117.95 MHz.
    A. 190 kHz to 1750 kHz.
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  422. 3-71K2 What is meant by the term “night effect” when using an aircraft’s Automatic Direction Finding (ADF) equipment? Night effect refers to the fact that:
    A. All Non Directional Beacon (NDB) transmitters are turned-off at dusk and turned-on at dawn.
    B. Non Directional Beacon (NDB) transmissions can bounce-off the Earth’s ionosphere at night and be received at almost any direction.
    C. An aircraft’s ADF transmissions will be slowed at night due to the increased density of the Earth’s atmosphere after sunset.
    D. An aircraft’s ADF antennas usually collect dew moisture after sunset which decreases their effective reception distance from an NDB transmitter.
    B. Non Directional Beacon (NDB) transmissions can bounce-off the Earth’s ionosphere at night and be received at almost any direction.
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  423. 3-71K3 What are the transmit and receive frequencies of an aircraft’s mode C transponder operating in the Air Traffic Control RADAR Beacon System (ATCRBS)?
    A. Transmit at 1090 kHz, and receive at 1030 kHz
    B. Transmit at 1030 MHz, and receive at 1090 MHz
    C. Transmit at 1030 kHz, and receive at 1090 kHz
    D. Transmit at 1090 MHz, and receive at 1030 MHz
    D. Transmit at 1090 MHz, and receive at 1030 MHz
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  424. 3-71K4 In addition to duplicating the functions of a mode C transponder, an aircraft’s mode S transponder can also provide:
    A. Mid-Air collision avoidance capabilities.
    B. Primary RADAR surveillance capabilities.
    C. Long range lightning detection.
    D. Backup VHF voice communication abilities.
    A. Mid-Air collision avoidance capabilities.
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  425. 3-71K5 What type of encoding is used in an aircraft’s mode C transponder transmission to a ground station of the Air Traffic Control RADAR Beacon System (ATCRBS)?
    A. Differential phase shift keying.
    B. Doppler effect compressional encryption.
    C. Amplitude modulation at 95%.
    D. Pulse position modulation.
    D. Pulse position modulation.
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  426. 3-71K6 Choose the only correct statement about an aircraft’s Automatic Direction Finding (ADF) equipment.
    A. All frequencies in the ADF’s operating range except the commercial standard broadcast stations (550 to 1660 kHz) can be utilized as a navigational Non Directional Beacon (NDB) signal.
    B. An aircraft’s ADF transmission exhibits primarily a line-of-sight range to the ground-based target station and will not follow the curvature of the Earth.
    C. An aircraft’s ADF antennas can receive transmissions that are over the Earth’s horizon (sometimes several hundred miles away) since these signals will follow the curvature of the Earth.
    D. Only a single omnidirectional sense antenna is required to receive an NDB transmission and process the signal to calculate the aircraft’s bearing to the selected ground station.
    C. An aircraft’s ADF antennas can receive transmissions that are over the Earth’s horizon (sometimes several hundred miles away) since these signals will follow the curvature of the Earth.
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  427. 3-72K1 What type of antenna pattern is radiated from a ground station phased-array directional antenna when transmitting the PPM pulses in a Mode S interrogation signal of an aircraft’s Traffic alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) installation?
    A. 1030 MHz omnidirectional pattern.
    B. 1090 MHz omnidirectional pattern.
    C. 1090 MHz directional pattern.
    D. 1030 MHz directional pattern.
    D. 1030 MHz directional pattern.
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  428. 3-72K2 What type of antenna is used in an aircraft’s Instrument Landing System (ILS) marker beacon installation?
    A. A balanced loop reception antenna.
    B. An electronically steerable phased-array antenna that radiates a directional antenna pattern.
    C. A folded dipole reception antenna.
    D. A horizontally polarized antenna that radiates an omnidirectional antenna pattern.
    A. A balanced loop reception antenna.
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  429. 3-72K3 What is the frequency range of an aircraft’s Very High Frequency (VHF) communications?
    A. 118.000 MHz to 136.975 MHz (worldwide up to 151.975 MHz).
    B. 329.15 MHz to 335.00 MHz.
    C. 2.000 MHz to 29.999 MHz.
    D. 108.00 MHz to 117.95 MHz.
    A. 118.000 MHz to 136.975 MHz (worldwide up to 151.975 MHz).
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  430. 3-72K4 Aircraft Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELT) operate on what frequencies?
    A. 121.5 MHz.
    B. 243 MHz.
    C. 121.5 and 243 MHz.
    D. 121.5, 243 and 406 MHz.
    D. 121.5, 243 and 406 MHz.
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  431. 3-72K5 What is the frequency range of an aircraft’s radio altimeter?
    A. 108.00 MHz to 117.95 MHz.
    B. 962 MHz to 1213 MHz.
    C. 329.15 MHz to 335.00 MHz.
    D. 4250 MHz to 4350 MHz.
    D. 4250 MHz to 4350 MHz.
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  432. 3-72K6 What type of antenna is attached to an aircraft’s Mode C transponder installation and used to receive 1030 MHz interrogation signals from the Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System (ATCRBS)?
    A. A folded dipole reception antenna.
    B. An internally mounted, mechanically rotatable loop antenna.
    C. An electronically steerable phased-array directional antenna.
    D. An L-band monopole blade-type omnidirectional antenna.
    D. An L-band monopole blade-type omnidirectional antenna.
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  433. 3-73K1 Some aircraft and avionics equipment operates with a prime power line frequency of 400 Hz. What is the principle advantage of a higher line frequency?
    A. A 400 Hz power supply generates less heat and operates much more efficiently than a 60 Hz power supply.
    B. 400 Hz power supplies draw less current than 60 Hz supplies allowing more current available for other systems on the aircraft.
    C. The magnetic devices in a 400 Hz power supply such as transformers, chokes and filters are smaller and lighter than those used in 60 Hz power supplies.
    D. 400 Hz power supplies are much less expensive to produce than power supplies with lower line frequencies.
    C. The magnetic devices in a 400 Hz power supply such as transformers, chokes and filters are smaller and lighter than those used in 60 Hz power supplies.
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  434. 3-73K2 Aviation services use predominantly ____ microphones.
    A. Dynamic
    B. Carbon
    C. Condenser
    D. Piezoelectric crystal
    A. Dynamic
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  435. 3-73K3 Typical airborne HF transmitters usually provide a nominal RF power output to the antenna of ____ watts, compared with ____ watts RF output from a typical VHF transmitter.
    A. 100, 20
    B. 20, 100
    C. 10, 50
    D. 50, 10
    A. 100, 20
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  436. 3-73K4 Before ground testing an aircraft RADAR, the operator should:
    A. First test the transmitter connected to a matched load.
    B. Ensure that the area in front of the antenna is clear of other maintenance personnel to avoid radiation hazards.
    C. Be sure the receiver has been properly shielded and grounded.
    D. Measure power supply voltages to prevent circuit damage.
    B. Ensure that the area in front of the antenna is clear of other maintenance personnel to avoid radiation hazards.
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  437. 3-73K5 What type of antenna is used in an aircraft’s Very High Frequency Omnidirectional Range (VOR) and Localizer (LOC) installations?
    A. Balanced loop transmission antenna.
    B. Horizontally polarized omnidirection reception antenna.
    C. Folded dipole reception antenna.
    D. Vertically polarized antenna that radiates an omnidirectional antenna pattern.
    B. Horizontally polarized omnidirection reception antenna.
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  438. 3-73K6 What is the function of a commercial aircraft’s SELCAL installation? SELCAL is a type of aircraft communications __________.
    A. System where a ground-based transmitter can call a selected aircraft or group of aircraft without the flight crew monitoring the ground-station frequency.
    B. Transmission that uses sequential logic algorithm encryption to prevent public “eavesdropping” of crucial aircraft flight data.
    C. System where an airborne transmitter can selectively calculate the line-of-sight distance to several ground-station receivers.
    D. Device that allows an aircraft’s receiver to be continuously calibrated for signal selectivity.
    A. System where a ground-based transmitter can call a selected aircraft or group of aircraft without the flight crew monitoring the ground-station frequency.
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  439. 3-74L1 What is a 1/2 digit on a DMM?
    A. Smaller physical readout on the left side of the display.
    B. Partial extended accuracy on lower part of the range.
    C. Smaller physical readout on the right side.
    D. Does not apply to DMMs.
    B. Partial extended accuracy on lower part of the range.
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  440. 3-74L2 A 50 microampere meter movement has an internal resistance of 2,000 ohms. What applied voltage is required to indicate half-scale deflection?
    A. 0.005 volts.
    B. 0.05 volts.
    C. 0.01 volts
    D. 0.10 volts
    B. 0.05 volts.
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  441. 3-74L3 What is the purpose of a series multiplier resistor used with a voltmeter?
    A. It is used to increase the current-indicating range of an ammeter, not a voltmeter.
    B. It is used to increase the voltage-indicating range of the voltmeter.
    C. A multiplier resistor is not used with a voltmeter.
    D. It is used to decrease the voltage-indicating range of the voltmeter.
    B. It is used to increase the voltage-indicating range of the voltmeter.
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  442. 3-74L4 What is the purpose of a shunt resistor used with an ammeter?
    A. It is used to decrease the ampere indicating range of the ammeter.
    B. It is used to increase the ampere indicating range of the ammeter.
    C. It is used to increase the voltage indicating range of the voltmeter, not the ammeter.
    D. A shunt resistor is not used with an ammeter.
    B. It is used to increase the ampere indicating range of the ammeter.
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  443. 3-74L5 What instrument is used to indicate high and low digital voltage states?
    A. Megger.
    B. Signal strength meter.
    C. Logic probe.
    D. Ohmmeter.
    C. Logic probe.
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  444. 3-74L6 What instrument may be used to verify proper radio antenna functioning?
    A. Digital ohm meter.
    B. Different radio.
    C. An SWR meter.
    D. Hewlett-Packard frequency meter.
    C. An SWR meter.
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  445. 3-75L1 How is a frequency counter used?
    A. To heterodyne the frequency being measured with a known variable frequency oscillator until zero beat is achieved, thereby indicating the unknown frequency.
    B. To measure the time between events, or the frequency, which is the reciprocal of the time.
    C. To provide reference points on an analog receiver dial thereby aiding in the alignment of the receiver.
    D. To measure the deviation in an FM transmitter in order to determine the percentage of modulation.
    B. To measure the time between events, or the frequency, which is the reciprocal of the time.
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  446. 3-75L2 What is a frequency standard?
    A. A device used to produce a highly accurate reference frequency.
    B. A device for accurately measuring frequency to within 1 Hz.
    C. A well-known (standard) frequency used for transmitting certain messages.
    D. A device used to generate wide-band random frequencies.
    A. A device used to produce a highly accurate reference frequency.
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  447. 3-75L3 What equipment may be useful to track down EMI aboard a ship or aircraft?
    A. A logic probe.
    B. An oscilloscope.
    C. Portable AM receiver.
    D. Fluke multimeter.
    C. Portable AM receiver.
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  448. 3-75L4 On an analog wattmeter, what part of the scale is most accurate and how much does that accuracy extend to the rest of the reading scale?
    A. The accuracy is only at full scale, and that absolute number reading is carried through to the rest of the range. The upper 1/3 of the meter is the only truly calibrated part.
    B. The accuracy is constant throughout the entire range of the meter.
    C. The accuracy is only there at the upper 5% of the meter, and is not carried through at any other reading.
    D. The accuracy cannot be determined at any reading.
    A. The accuracy is only at full scale, and that absolute number reading is carried through to the rest of the range. The upper 1/3 of the meter is the only truly calibrated part.
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  449. 3-75L5 Which of the following frequency standards is used as a time base standard by field technicians?
    A. Quartz Crystal.
    B. LC Tank Oscillator.
    C. Cesium Beam Standard.
    D. Rubidium Standard.
    D. Rubidium Standard.
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  450. 3-75L6 Which of the following contains a multirange AF voltmeter calibrated in dB and a sharp, internal 1000 Hz bandstop filter, both used in conjunction with each other to perform quieting tests?
    A. Vector-impedance meter.
    B. SINAD meter.
    C. Dip meter.
    D. Reflectometer.
    B. SINAD meter.
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  451. 3-76L1 What is used to decrease circuit loading when using an oscilloscope?
    A. Dual input amplifiers.
    B. 10:1 divider probe.
    C. Resistive probe.
    D. Inductive probe.
    B. 10:1 divider probe.
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  452. 3-76L2 How does a spectrum analyzer differ from a conventional oscilloscope?
    A. The oscilloscope is used to display electrical signals while the spectrum analyzer is used to measure ionospheric reflection.
    B. The oscilloscope is used for displaying audio frequencies and the spectrum analyzer is used for displaying radio frequencies.
    C. The oscilloscope is used to display electrical signals in the time domain while the spectrum analyzer is used to display electrical signals in the frequency domain.
    D. The oscilloscope is used to display electrical signals in the frequency domain while the spectrum analyzer is used to display electrical signals in the time domain.
    C. The oscilloscope is used to display electrical signals in the time domain while the spectrum analyzer is used to display electrical signals in the frequency domain.
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  453. 3-76L3 What stage determines the maximum frequency response of an oscilloscope?
    A. Vertical amplifier.
    B. Horizontal sweep.
    C. Power supply.
    D. Time base.
    A. Vertical amplifier.
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  454. 3-76L4 What factors limit the accuracy, frequency response, and stability of an oscilloscope?
    A. Tube face voltage increments and deflection amplifier voltage.
    B. Deflection amplifier output impedance and tube face frequency increments.
    C. Sweep oscillator quality and tube face voltage increments.
    D. Sweep oscillator quality and deflection amplifier bandwidth.
    D. Sweep oscillator quality and deflection amplifier bandwidth.
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  455. 3-76L5 An oscilloscope can be used to accomplish all of the following except:
    A. Measure electrical voltage.
    B. Measure phase difference between two signals.
    C. Measure velocity of light with the aid of a light emitting diode.
    D. Measure electron flow with the aid of a resistor.
    C. Measure velocity of light with the aid of a light emitting diode.
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  456. 3-76L6 What instrument is used to check the signal quality of a single-sideband radio transmission?
    A. Sidetone monitor.
    B. Signal level meter.
    C. Field strength meter.
    D. Oscilloscope.
    D. Oscilloscope.
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  457. 3-77L1 A(n) ____ and ____ can be combined to measure the characteristics of transmission lines. Such an arrangement is known as a time-domain reflectometer (TDR).
    A. Oscilloscope, pulse generator.
    B. AC millivolt meter, AF generator.
    C. Frequency counter, linear detector.
    D. Frequency spectrum analyzer, RF generator.
    A. Oscilloscope, pulse generator.
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  458. 3-77L2 What does the horizontal axis of a spectrum analyzer display?
    A. Resonance.
    B. Frequency.
    C. Voltage.
    D. Amplitude.
    B. Frequency.
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  459. 3-77L3 What does the vertical axis of a spectrum analyzer display?
    A. Amplitude.
    B. Time.
    C. Duration.
    D. Frequency.
    A. Amplitude.
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  460. 3-77L4 What instrument is most accurate when checking antennas and transmission lines at the operating frequency of the antenna?
    A. Time domain reflectometer.
    B. Frequency domain reflectometer.
    C. Wattmeter.
    D. DMM.
    B. Frequency domain reflectometer.
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  461. 3-77L5 What test instrument can be used to display spurious signals in the output of a radio transmitter?
    A. A logic analyzer.
    B. A spectrum analyzer.
    C. A time domain reflectometer.
    D. A wattmeter.
    B. A spectrum analyzer.
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  462. 3-77L6 What instrument is commonly used by radio service technicians to monitor frequency, modulation, check receiver sensitivity, distortion, and to generate audio tones?
    A. DMM.
    B. Oscilloscope.
    C. Service monitor.
    D. Spectrum analyzer.
    C. Service monitor.
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  463. 3-78L1 Can a P25 radio system be monitored with a scanner?
    A. Yes , regardless if it has P25 decoding or not.
    B. Yes, but it must also have P26 decoding.
    C. No.
    D. Yes, if the scanner has P25 decoding.
    D. Yes, if the scanner has P25 decoding.
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  464. 3-78L2 Which of the following answers is true?
    A. The RF Power reading on a CDMA (code division multiple access) radio will be very accurate on an analog power meter.
    B. Power cannot be measured using CDMA modulation.
    C. The RF Power reading on a CDMA radio is not accurate on an analog power meter.
    D. None of the above.
    C. The RF Power reading on a CDMA radio is not accurate on an analog power meter.
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  465. 3-78L3 What is a common method used to program radios without using a “wired” connection?
    A. Having the radio maker send down a programming signal via satellite.
    B. Infra-red communication.
    C. Using the ultraviolet from a programmed radio to repeat the programming in another.
    D. Banding.
    B. Infra-red communication.
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  466. 3-78L4 What is the common method for determining the exact sensitivity specification of a receiver?
    A. Measure the recovered audio for 12 dB of SINAD.
    B. Measure the recovered audio for 10 dB of SINAD.
    C. Measure the recovered audio for 10 dB of quieting.
    D. Measure the recovered audio for 25 dB of quieting.
    A. Measure the recovered audio for 12 dB of SINAD.
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  467. 3-78L5 A communications technician would perform a modulation-acceptance bandwidth test in order to:
    A. Determine whether the CTCSS in the receiver is operating correctly.
    B. Ascertain the audio frequency response of the receiver.
    C. Determine the effective bandwidth of a communications receiver.
    D. Verify the results from a 12 dB SINAD test.
    C. Determine the effective bandwidth of a communications receiver.
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  468. 3-78L6 What is the maximum FM deviation for voice operation of a normal wideband channel on VHF and UHF?
    A. 10 kHz
    B. 5.0 kHz
    C. 7.5 kHz
    D. 2.5 kHz
    B. 5.0 kHz
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  469. 3-79L1 When soldering or working with CMOS electronics products or equipment, a wrist strap:
    A. Does not work well in conjunction with anti-static floor mats.
    B. Cannot be used when repairing TTL devices.
    C. Must have less than 100,000 ohms of resistance to prevent static electricity.
    D. Must be grounded to a water pipe.
    C. Must have less than 100,000 ohms of resistance to prevent static electricity.
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  470. 3-79L2 Which of the following is the preferred method of cleaning solder from plated-through circuit-board holes?
    A. Use a dental pick.
    B. Use a vacuum device.
    C. Use a soldering iron tip that has a temperature above 900 degrees F.
    D. Use an air jet device.
    B. Use a vacuum device.
  471. 3-79L3 What is the proper way to cut plastic wire ties?
    A. With flush-cut diagonal pliers and cut flush.
    B. With semi-flush diagonal pliers.
    C. With scissors.
    D. With a knife.
    A. With flush-cut diagonal pliers and cut flush.
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  472. 3-79L4 The ideal method of removing insulation from wire is:
    A. The scissor action stripping tool.
    B. The thermal stripper.
    C. A mechanical wire stripper.
    D. The pocket knife.
    B. The thermal stripper.
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  473. 3-79L5 A “hot gas bonder” is used:
    A. For non-contact melting of solder.
    B. To allow soldering both sides of the PC board simultaneously.
    C. To apply solder to the iron tip while it is heating the component.
    D. To cure LCA adhesives.
    A. For non-contact melting of solder.
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  474. 3-79L6 When repairing circuit board assemblies it is most important to:
    A. Use a dental pick to clear plated-through holes.
    B. Bridge broken copper traces with solder.
    C. Wear safety glasses.
    D. Use a holding fixture.
    C. Wear safety glasses.
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  475. 3-80L1 What color is the binder for pairs 51-75 in a 100-pair cable?
    A. Red
    B. Blue
    C. Green
    D. Black
    C. Green
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  476. 3-80L2 What is most important when routing cables in a mobile unit?
    A. Assuring accessibility of the radio for servicing from outside the vehicle.
    B. That cables be cut to the exact length.
    C. Assuring cables are concealed under floor mats or carpeting.
    D. Assuring radio or electronics cables do not interfere with the normal operation of the vehicle.
    D. Assuring radio or electronics cables do not interfere with the normal operation of the vehicle.
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  477. 3-80L3 Why should you not use white or translucent plastic tie wraps on a radio tower?
    A. The black tie wraps may cause electrolysis.
    B. White tie wraps are not FAA approved.
    C. UV radiation from the Sun deteriorates the plastic very quickly.
    D. The white color attracts wasps
    C. UV radiation from the Sun deteriorates the plastic very quickly.
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  478. 3-80L4 What is the 6th pair color code in a 25 pair switchboard cable as is found in building telecommunications interconnections?
    A. Blue/Green, Green/Blue.
    B. Red/Blue, Blue/Red.
    C. White/Slate, Slate/White.
    D. Red/Blue, White/Violet.
    B. Red/Blue, Blue/Red.
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  479. 3-80L5 What tolerance off of plumb should a single base station radio rack be installed?
    A. Just inside the bubble on a level.
    B. All the way to one end.
    C. Just outside the bubble on a level.
    D. No tolerance allowed.
    A. Just inside the bubble on a level.
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  480. 3-80L6 What type of wire would connect an SSB automatic tuner to an insulated backstay?
    A. RG8U.
    B. RG213.
    C. 16-gauge two-conductor.
    D. GTO-15 high-voltage cable.
    D. GTO-15 high-voltage cable.
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  481. 3-81L1 On a 150 watt marine SSB HF transceiver, what would be indicated by a steady output of 75 watts when keying the transmitter on?
    A. The operation is normal.
    B. There is probably a defect in the system causing the carrier to be transmitted.
    C. One of the sidebands is missing.
    D. Both sidebands are being transmitting.
    B. There is probably a defect in the system causing the carrier to be transmitted.
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  482. 3-81L2 The tachometer of a building’s elevator circuit experiences interference caused by the radio system nearby. What is a common potential “fix” for the problem?
    A. Replace the tachometer of the elevator.
    B. Add a .01 µF capacitor across the motor/tachometer leads.
    C. Add a 200 µF capacity across the motor/tachometer leads.
    D. Add an isolating resistor in series with the motor leads.
    B. Add a .01 µF capacitor across the motor/tachometer leads.
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  483. 3-81L3 A common method of programming portable or mobile radios is to use a:
    A. A laptop computer.
    B Dummy load.
    C. A wattmeter.
    D. A signal generator.
    A. A laptop computer.
  484. 3-81L4 In a software-defined transceiver, what would be the best way for a technician to make a quick overall evaluation of the radio’s operational condition?
    A. Using on-board self-test routines are strictly prohibited by the FCC in commercial transmitters. Amateur Radio is the only service currently authorized to use them.
    B. Set up a spectrum analyzer and service monitor and manually verify the manufacturer’s specifications.
    C. Use the built-in self-test feature.
    D. Use another radio on the same frequency to check the transmitter.
    C. Use the built-in self-test feature.
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  485. 3-81L5 How might an installer verify correct GPS sentence to marine DSC VHF radio?
    A. Ask for VHF radio check position report.
    B. Look for latitude and longitude on the display.
    C. Look for GPS confirmation readout.
    D. Press and hold the red distress button.
    B. Look for latitude and longitude on the display.
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  486. 3-81L6 What steps must be taken to activate the DSC emergency signaling function on a marine VHF?
    A. Input of registered 9-digit MMSI.
    B. Separate 12 volts to the switch.
    C. GPS position input.
    D. Secondary DSC transmit antenna.
    A. Input of registered 9-digit MMSI.
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  487. 3-82M1 What term describes a wide-bandwidth communications system in which the RF carrier frequency varies according to some predetermined sequence?
    A. Time-domain frequency modulation.
    B. SITOR.
    C. Spread spectrum communication.
    D. Amplitude compandored single sideband.
    C. Spread spectrum communication.
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  488. 3-82M2 Name two types of spread spectrum systems used in most RF communications applications?
    A. Frequency Hopping and APSK.
    B. QPSK or QAM.
    C. Direct Sequence and Frequency Hopping.
    D. AM and FM.
    C. Direct Sequence and Frequency Hopping.
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  489. 3-82M3 What is the term used to describe a spread spectrum communications system where the center frequency of a conventional carrier is altered many times per second in accordance with a pseudo-random list of channels?
    A. Time-domain frequency modulation.
    B. Direct sequence.
    C. Frequency hopping.
    D. Frequency compandored spread spectrum.
    C. Frequency hopping.
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  490. 3-82M4 A TDMA radio uses what to carry the multiple conversations sequentially?
    A. Separate pilot tones.
    B. Separate frequencies.
    C. Separate time slots.
    D. Separate power levels.
    C. Separate time slots.
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  491. 3-82M5 Which of the following statements about SSB voice transmissions is correct?
    A. They use F3E emission which is produced by phase shifting the carrier.
    B. They normally use J3E emissions, which consists of one sideband and a suppressed carrier.
    C. They use A3E emission which are produced by modulating the final amplifier.
    D. They may use A1A emission to suppress the carrier.
    B. They normally use J3E emissions, which consists of one sideband and a suppressed carrier.
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  492. 3-82M6 What are the two most-used PCS (Personal Communications Systems) coding techniques used to separate different calls?
    A. AM and Frequency Hopping.
    B. CDMA and GSM.
    C. QPSK and QAM.
    D. ABCD and SYZ.
    B. CDMA and GSM.
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  493. 3-83M1 What is a CODEC?
    A. A device to read Morse code.
    B. A coder/decoder IC or circuitry that converts a voice signal into a predetermined digital format for encrypted transmission.
    C. A voice amplitude compression chip.
    D. A computer operated digital encoding compandor.
    B. A coder/decoder IC or circuitry that converts a voice signal into a predetermined digital format for encrypted transmission.
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  494. 3-83M2 The GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) uses what type of CODEC for digital mobile radio system communications?
    A. Linear Excited Code (LEC).
    B. Regular-Pulse Excited (RPE).
    C. Multi-Pulse Excited (MPE).
    D. Code-Excited Linear Predictive (CLEP).
    B. Regular-Pulse Excited (RPE).
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  495. 3-83M3 Which of the following codes has gained the widest acceptance for exchange of data from one computer to another?
    A. Morse.
    B. Baudot.
    C. Gray.
    D. ASCII.
    D. ASCII.
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  496. 3-83M4 The International Organization for Standardization has developed a seven-level reference model for a packet-radio communications structure. What level is responsible for the actual transmission of data and handshaking signals?
    A. The physical layer.
    B. The transport layer.
    C. The communications layer.
    D. The synchronization layer.
    A. The physical layer.
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  497. 3-83M5 What CODEC is used in Phase 2 P25 radios?
    A. IMMM
    B. IMBC
    C. IWCE
    D. AMBE
    D. AMBE
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  498. 3-83M6 The International Organization for Standardization has developed a seven-level reference model for a packet-radio communications structure. The _______ level arranges the bits into frames and controls data flow.
    A. Transport layer.
    B. Link layer.
    C. Communications layer.
    D. Synchronization layer.
    B. Link layer.
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  499. 3-85N1 What is the channel spacing used for VHF marine radio?
    A. 12.5 kHz.
    B. 10 kHz.
    C. 20 kHz.
    D. 25 kHz.
    D. 25 kHz.
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  500. 3-85N2 What VHF channel is assigned for distress and calling?
    A. 68
    B. 21A
    C. 16
    D. 70
    C. 16
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  501. 3-85N3 What VHF Channel is used for Digital Selective Calling and acknowledgement?
    A. 70
    B. 21A
    C. 16
    D. 68
    A. 70
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  502. 3-85N4 Maximum allowable frequency deviation for VHF marine radios is:
    A. +/- 15 kHz.
    B. +/- 5 kHz.
    C. +/- 25 kHz.
    D. +/- 2.5 kHz.
    B. +/- 5 kHz.
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  503. 3-85N5 What is the reason for the USA-INT control or function?
    A. It changes some channels that are normally duplex channels into simplex channels.
    B. It changes channels that are normally simplex channels into duplex channels.
    C. When the control is set to “INT” the range is increased.
    D. None of the above.
    A. It changes some channels that are normally duplex channels into simplex channels.
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  504. 3-85N6 How might an installer verify correct GPS sentence to marine DSC VHF radio?
    A. Press and hold the red distress button.
    B. Ask for VHF radio check position report.
    C. Look for latitude and longitude, plus speed, on VHF display.
    D. Look for GPS confirmation readout.
    C. Look for latitude and longitude, plus speed, on VHF display.
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  505. 3-86N1 What is a common occurrence when voice-testing an SSB aboard a boat?
    A. Voltage panel indicator lamps may glow with each syllable.
    B. Minimal voltage drop seen at power source.
    C. Ammeter fluctuates down with each spoken word.
    D. Automatic tuner cycles on each syllable.
    A. Voltage panel indicator lamps may glow with each syllable.
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  506. 3-86N2 What might contribute to apparent low voltage on marine SSB transmitting?
    A. Blown red fuse.
    B. Antenna mismatch.
    C. Blown black negative fuse.
    D. Too much grounding.
    C. Blown black negative fuse.
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  507. 3-86N3 What type of wire connects an SSB automatic tuner to an insulated backstay?
    A. RG8U.
    B. GTO-15 high-voltage cable.
    C. RG213.
    D. 16-gauge two-conductor.
    B. GTO-15 high-voltage cable.
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  508. 3-86N4 Which of the following statements concerning SITOR communications is true?
    A. ARQ transmissions are acknowledged by the Information Receiving Station only at the end of the message.
    B. ARQ communications rely upon error correction by time diversity transmission and reception.
    C. Forward error correction is an interactive mode.
    D. ARQ message transmissions are made in data groups consisting of three-character blocks.
    D. ARQ message transmissions are made in data groups consisting of three-character blocks.
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  509. 3-86N5 The sequence ARQ, FEC, SFEC best corresponds to which of the following sequences?
    A. Two way communications, one-way communications to a single station, one-way communications to all stations.
    B. One-way communications to a single station, one-way communications to all stations, two-way communications.
    C. One-way communications to all stations, two-way communications, one-way communications to a single station.
    D. Two way communications, one-way communications to all stations, one-way communications to a single station.
    D. Two way communications, one-way communications to all stations, one-way communications to a single station.
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  510. 3-86N6 Which of the following statements concerning SITOR communications is true?
    A. Communication is established on the working channel and answerbacks are exchanged before FEC broadcasts can be received.
    B. Weather broadcasts cannot be made in FEC because sending each character twice would cause the broadcast to be prohibitively long.
    C. In the ARQ mode each character is transmitted twice.
    D. Two-way communication with the coast radio station using FEC is not necessary to be able to receive the broadcasts.
    D. Two-way communication with the coast radio station using FEC is not necessary to be able to receive the broadcasts.
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  511. 3-87N1 What causes the SART to begin a transmission?
    A. After being activated the SART responds to RADAR interrogation.
    B. It begins radiating only when keyed by the operator.
    C. When activated manually, it begins radiating immediately.
    D. It is either manually or water activated before radiating.
    A. After being activated the SART responds to RADAR interrogation.
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  512. 3-87N2 How should the signal from a Search And Rescue RADAR Transponder appear on a RADAR display?
    A. A series of 12 equally spaced dots.
    B. A series of twenty dashes.
    C. A series of dashes.
    D. A series of spirals all originating from the range and bearing of the SART.
    A. A series of 12 equally spaced dots.
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  513. 3-87N3 In which frequency band does a search and rescue transponder operate?
    A. 406 MHz
    B. S-band
    C. 9 GHz
    D. 3 GHz
    C. 9 GHz
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  514. 3-87N4 Which piece of required GMDSS equipment is the primary source of transmitting locating signals?
    A. A SART transmitting on 406 MHz.
    B. Radio Direction Finder (RDF).
    C. Survival Craft Transceiver.
    D. An EPIRB transmitting on 406 MHz.
    D. An EPIRB transmitting on 406 MHz.
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  515. 3-87N5 Which of the following statements concerning satellite EPIRBs is true?
    A. Once activated, these EPIRBs transmit a signal for use in identifying the vessel and for determining the position of the beacon.
    B. If the GMDSS Radio Operator does not program the EPIRB, it will transmit default information such as the follow-on communications frequency and mode.
    C. The coded signal identifies the nature of the distress situation.
    D. The coded signal only identifies the vessel’s name and port of registry.
    A. Once activated, these EPIRBs transmit a signal for use in identifying the vessel and for determining the position of the beacon.
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  516. 3-87N6 What statement is true regarding 406 MHz EPIRB transmissions?
    A. Allows immediate voice communications with the RCC.
    B. Transmits a unique hexadecimal identification number.
    C. Radio Operator programs an I.D. into the SART immediately prior to activation.
    D. Coding permits the SAR authorities to know if manually or automatically activated.
    B. Transmits a unique hexadecimal identification number.
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  517. 3-88N1 What is facsimile?
    A. The transmission of characters by radioteletype that form a picture when printed.
    B. The transmission of printed pictures for permanent display on paper.
    C. The transmission of still pictures by slow-scan television.
    D. The transmission of video by television.
    B. The transmission of printed pictures for permanent display on paper.
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  518. 3-88N2 What is the standard scan rate for high-frequency 3 MHz - 23 MHz weather facsimile reception from shore stations?
    A. 60 lines per second.
    B. 120 lines per minute.
    C. 150 lines per second.
    D. 240 lines per minute.
    B. 120 lines per minute.
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  519. 3-88N3 What would be the bandwidth of a good crystal lattice band-pass filter for weather facsimile HF (high frequency) reception?
    A. 500 Hz at -6 dB.
    B. 1 kHz at -6 dB.
    C. 15 kHz at -6 dB.
    D. 6 kHz at -6 dB.
    B. 1 kHz at -6 dB.
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  520. 3-88N4 Which of the following statements about NAVTEX is true?
    A. Receives MSI broadcasts using SITOR-B or FEC mode.
    B. The ship receives MSI broadcasts using SITOR-A or ARQ mode.
    C. NAVTEX is received on 2182 kHz using SSB.
    D. The ship station transmits on 518 kHz.
    D. The ship station transmits on 518 kHz.
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  521. 3-88N5 Which of the following is the primary frequency that is used exclusively for NAVTEX broadcasts internationally?
    A. 518 kHz.
    B. 2187.5 kHz.
    C. VHF channel 16.
    D. 4209.5 kHz.
    A. 518 kHz.
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  522. 3-88N6 What determines whether a NAVTEX receiver does not print a particular type of message content?
    A. The subject indicator matches that programmed for rejection by the operator.
    B. All messages sent during each broadcast are printed.
    C. The transmitting station ID covering your area has not been programmed for rejection by the operator.
    D. The message does not concern your vessel.
    A. The subject indicator matches that programmed for rejection by the operator.
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  523. 3-89N1 What data language is bi-directional, multi-transmitter, multi-receiver network?
    A. NMEA 2000.
    B. NMEA 0183.
    C. NMEA 0182.
    D. NMEA 0181.
    A. NMEA 2000.
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  524. 3-89N2 How should shielding be grounded on an NMEA 0183 data line?
    A. Unterminated at the talker and terminated at the listener.
    B. Terminated to ground at the talker and unterminated at the listener.
    C. Terminated at both the talker and listener.
    D. Unterminated at both ends.
    B. Terminated to ground at the talker and unterminated at the listener.
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  525. 3-89N3 What might occur in NMEA 2000 network topology if one device in line should fail?
    A. Other electronics after the failed device will be inoperable.
    B. The system shuts down until the device is removed.
    C. The main fuse on the backbone may open.
    D. There will be no interruption to all other devices.
    D. There will be no interruption to all other devices.
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  526. 3-89N4 In an NMEA 2000 device, a load equivalence number (LEN) of 1 is equivalent to how much current consumption?
    A. 50 mA
    B. 10 mA
    C. 5 mA
    D. 25 mA
    A. 50 mA
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  527. 3-89N5 An NMEA 2000 system with devices in a single location may be powered using this method:
    A. End-powered network.
    B. Individual devices individually powered.
    C. No 12 volts needed for NMEA 2000 devices.
    D. Dual mid-powered network.
    A. End-powered network.
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  528. 3-89N6 What voltage drop at the end of the last segment will satisfy NMEA 2000 network cabling plans?
    A. 3.0 volts
    B. 1.5 volts
    C. 2.0 volts
    D. 0.5 volts
    B. 1.5 volts
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  529. 3-90O1 What is the normal range of pulse repetition rates?
    A. 2,000 to 4,000 pps.
    B. 500 to 1,000 pps.
    C. 1,000 to 3,000 pps.
    D. 500 to 2,000 pps.
    D. 500 to 2,000 pps.
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  530. 3-90O2 The RADAR range in nautical miles to an object can be found by measuring the elapsed time during a RADAR pulse and dividing this quantity by:
    A. 12.346 µs.
    B. 1.15 µs.
    C. 1.073 µs.
    D. 0.87 seconds.
    A. 12.346 µs.
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  531. 3-90O3 What is the normal range of pulse widths?
    A. 2.5 s to 5.0 s.
    B. 1.0 s to 3.5 s.
    C. .05 s to 0.1 s.
    D. .05 s to 1.0 s.
    D. .05 s to 1.0 s.
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  532. 3-90O4 Shipboard RADAR is most commonly operated in what band?
    A. EHF.
    B. VHF.
    C. UHF.
    D. SHF.
    D. SHF.
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  533. 3-90O5 The pulse repetition rate (prr) of a RADAR refers to the:
    A. Pulse rate of the local oscillator.
    B. Pulse rate of the klystron.
    C. Reciprocal of the duty cycle.
    D. Pulse rate of the magnetron.
    D. Pulse rate of the magnetron.
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  534. 3-90O6 If the elapsed time for a RADAR echo is 62 microseconds, what is the distance in nautical miles to the object?
    A. 37 nautical miles.
    B. 5 nautical miles.
    C. 11.5 nautical miles.
    D. 87 nautical miles.
    B. 5 nautical miles.
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  535. 3-91O1 The ATR box:
    A. Protects the receiver from strong RADAR signals.
    B. Prevents the received signal from entering the transmitter.
    C. Turns off the receiver when the transmitter is on.
    D. All of the above.
    B. Prevents the received signal from entering the transmitter.
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  536. 3-91O2 What is the purpose or function of the RADAR duplexer/circulator? It is a/an:
    A. Modified length of waveguide that is used to sample a portion of the transmitted energy for testing purposes.
    B. Dual section coupling device that allows the use of a magnetron as a transmitter.
    C. Electronic switch that allows the use of one antenna for both transmission and reception.
    D. Coupling device that is used in the transition from a rectangular waveguide to a circular waveguide.
    C. Electronic switch that allows the use of one antenna for both transmission and reception.
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  537. 3-91O3 What device can be used to determine the performance of a RADAR system at sea?
    A. Digital signal processor.
    B. Echo box.
    C. Klystron.
    D. Circulator.
    B. Echo box.
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  538. 3-91O4 What is the purpose of a synchro transmitter and receiver?
    A. Synchronizes the transmitted and received pulse trains.
    B. Prevents the receiver from operating during the period of the transmitted pulse.
    C. Transmits the angular position of the antenna to the indicator unit.
    D. Keeps the speed of the motor generator constant.
    C. Transmits the angular position of the antenna to the indicator unit.
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  539. 3-91O5 Digital signal processing (DSP) of RADAR signals (compared with analog) causes:
    A. Improved weak signal or target enhancement.
    B. Less interference with other radio communications equipment.
    C. Less interference with SONAR systems.
    D. Improved display graphics.
    A. Improved weak signal or target enhancement.
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  540. 3-91O6 The component or circuit providing the transmitter output power for a RADAR system is the:
    A. Thyratron.
    B. Klystron.
    C. SCR.
    D. Magnetron.
    D. Magnetron.
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  541. 3-92O1 When a RADAR is being operated on the 48 mile range setting, what is the most appropriate pulse width (PW) and pulse repetition rate (pps)?
    A. 0.05 s PW and 2,000 pps.
    B. 2.5 s PW and 2,500 pps.
    C. 1.0 s PW and 500 pps.
    D. 1.0 s PW and 2,000 pps.
    C. 1.0 s PW and 500 pps.
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  542. 3-92O2 When a RADAR is being operated on the 6 mile range setting what is the most appropriate pulse width and pulse repetition rate?
    A. 0.01 s PW and 500 pps.
    B. 1.0 s PW and 500 pps.
    C. 2.0 s PW and 3,000 pps.
    D. 0.25 s PW and 1,000 pps.
    D. 0.25 s PW and 1,000 pps.
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  543. 3-92O3 We are looking at a target 25 miles away. When a RADAR is being operated on the 25 mile range setting what is the most appropriate pulse width and pulse repetition rate?
    A. 0.01 s PW and 500 pps.
    B. 0.05 s PW and 2,000 pps.
    C. 0.25 s PW and 1,000 pps.
    D. 1.0 s PW and 500 pps.
    D. 1.0 s PW and 500 pps.
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  544. 3-92O4 What pulse width and repetition rate should you use at long ranges?
    A. Wide pulse width and slow repetition rate.
    B. Narrow pulse width and fast repetition rate.
    C. Wide pulse width and fast repetition rate.
    D. Narrow pulse width and slow repetition rate.
    A. Wide pulse width and slow repetition rate.
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  545. 3-92O5 What pulse width and repetition rate should you use at short ranges?
    A. Wide pulse width and slow repetition rates.
    B. Narrow pulse width and fast repetition rates.
    C. Wide pulse width and fast repetition rate.
    D. Narrow pulse width and slow repetition rate.
    B. Narrow pulse width and fast repetition rates.
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  546. 3-92O6 When a RADAR is being operated on the 1.5 mile range setting, what is the most appropriate pulse width and pulse repetition rate?
    A. 1.0 s PW and 500 pps.
    B. 2.5 s PW and 2,500 pps.
    C. 0.25 s PW and 1,000 pps.
    D. 0.05 s PW and 2,000 pps.
    D. 0.05 s PW and 2,000 pps.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  547. 3-93O1 How does the gain of a parabolic dish antenna change when the operating frequency is doubled?
    A. Gain increases 6 dB.
    B. Gain is multiplied by 0.707.
    C. Gain does not change.
    D. Gain increases 3 dB.
    A. Gain increases 6 dB.
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  548. 3-93O2 What type of antenna or pickup device is used to extract the RADAR signal from the wave guide?
    A. J-hook.
    B. Folded dipole.
    C. Circulator.
    D. K-hook.
    A. J-hook.
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  549. 3-93O3 What happens to the beamwidth of an antenna as the gain is increased? The beamwidth:
    A. Is essentially unaffected by the gain of the antenna.
    B. Increases geometrically as the gain is increased.
    C. Increases arithmetically as the gain is increased.
    D. Decreases as the gain is increased.
    D. Decreases as the gain is increased.
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  550. 3-93O4 A common shipboard RADAR antenna is the:
    A. Vertical Marconi.
    B. Stacked Yagi.
    C. Slotted array.
    D. Dipole.
    C. Slotted array.
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  551. 3-93O5 Conductance takes place in a waveguide:
    A. Through electrostatic field reluctance.
    B. In the same manner as a transmission line.
    C. By interelectron delay.
    D. Through electromagnetic and electrostatic fields in the walls of the waveguide.
    D. Through electromagnetic and electrostatic fields in the walls of the waveguide.
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  552. 3-93O6 To couple energy into and out of a waveguide use:
    A. A thin piece of wire as an antenna.
    B. Capacitive coupling.
    C. Wide copper sheeting.
    D. An LC circuit.
    A. A thin piece of wire as an antenna.
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  553. 3-94O1 The permanent magnetic field that surrounds a traveling-wave tube (TWT) is intended to:
    A. Prevent oscillations.
    B. Provide a means of coupling.
    C. Prevent the electron beam from spreading.
    D. Prevent spurious oscillations.
    C. Prevent the electron beam from spreading.
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  554. 3-94O2 Prior to testing any RADAR system, the operator should first:
    A. Assure the display unit is operating normally.
    B. Inform the airport control tower or ship’s master.
    C. Assure no personnel are in front of the antenna.
    D. Check the system grounds.
    C. Assure no personnel are in front of the antenna.
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  555. 3-94O3 In the term “ARPA RADAR,” ARPA is the acronym for which of the following?
    A. Automatic RADAR Plotting Aid.
    B. Automatic RADAR Positioning Angle.
    C. Authorized RADAR Programmer and Administrator.
    D. American RADAR Programmers Association.
    A. Automatic RADAR Plotting Aid.
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  556. 3-94O4 Which of the following is NOT a precaution that should be taken to ensure the magnetron is not weakened:
    A. Do not subject it to shocks and blows.
    B. Keep metal tools away from the magnet.
    C. Do not subject it to excessive heat.
    D. Keep the TR properly tuned.
    D. Keep the TR properly tuned.
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  557. 3-94O5 Exposure to microwave energy from RADAR or other electronics devices is limited by U.S. Health Department regulations to _______ mW/centimeter.
    A. 0.005
    B. 0.05
    C. 5.0
    D. 0.5
    C. 5.0
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  558. 3-94O6 RADAR collision avoidance systems utilize inputs from each of the following except your ship’s:
    A. Anemometer.
    B. Gyrocompass.
    C. Speed indicator.
    D. Navigation position receiver.
    A. Anemometer.
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  559. 3-95P1 What is the orbiting altitude of the Iridium satellite communications system?
    A. 485 miles.
    B. 11,492 miles.
    C. 22,184 miles.
    D. 4,686 miles.
    A. 485 miles.
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  560. 3-95P2 What frequency band is used by the Iridium system for telephone and messaging?
    A. 1616 -1626 MHz.
    B. 965 - 985 MHz.
    C. 1855 -1895 MHz.
    D. 2415 - 2435 MHz.
    A. 1616 -1626 MHz.
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  561. 3-95P3 What services are provided by the Iridium system?
    A. Digital voice and Data at 9.6 kbps.
    B. Digital voice and Data at 2.4 kbps.
    C. Analog voice and Data at 4.8 kbps.
    D. Analog voice and Data at 9.6 kbps.
    B. Digital voice and Data at 2.4 kbps.
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  562. 3-95P4 Which of the following statements about the Iridium system is true?
    A. There are 48 spot beams per satellite with a footprint of 30 miles in diameter.
    B. The orbital period is approximately 85 minutes.
    C. The inclination of the orbital planes is 55 degrees.
    D. There are 48 satellites in orbit in 4 orbital planes.
    A. There are 48 spot beams per satellite with a footprint of 30 miles in diameter.
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  563. 3-95P5 What is the main function of the COSPAS-SARSAT satellite system?
    A. Monitor 1635 MHz for coded distress calls.
    B. Monitor 121.5 MHz for voice distress calls.
    C. Monitor 2197.5 kHz for hexadecimal coded DSC distress messages.
    D. Monitor 406 MHz for distress calls from EPIRBs.
    D. Monitor 406 MHz for distress calls from EPIRBs.
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  564. 3-95P6 How does the COSPAS-SARSAT satellite system determine the position of a ship in distress?
    A. By measuring the Doppler shift of the 406 MHz signal taken at several different points in its orbit.
    B. The EPIRB always transmits its position which is relayed by the satellite to the Local User Terminal.
    C. It takes two different satellites to establish an accurate position.
    D. None of the above.
    A. By measuring the Doppler shift of the 406 MHz signal taken at several different points in its orbit.
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  565. 3-96P1 What is the orbital altitude of INMARSAT Satellites?
    A. 16, 436 miles.
    B. 26,435 miles.
    C. 22,177 miles.
    D. 10, 450 miles.
    C. 22,177 miles.
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  566. 3-96P2 Which of the following describes the INMARSAT Satellite system?
    A. AOR at 40 W, POR at 178 W, IOR-E at 109 E and IOR-W at 46 E.
    B. AOR at 35 W, POR-E at 165 W, POR-W at 155 E and IOR at 56.5 E.
    C. AOR-E at 25 W, AOR-W at 85 W, POR at 175 W and IOR at 56.5 E.
    D. AOR-E at 15.5 W, AOR-W at 54 W, POR at 178 E and IOR at 64.5 E.
    D. AOR-E at 15.5 W, AOR-W at 54 W, POR at 178 E and IOR at 64.5 E.
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  567. 3-96P3 What are the directional characteristics of the INMARSAT-C SES antenna?
    A. Very narrow beam width straight-up from the top of the antenna.
    B. Wide beam width in a cardioid pattern off the front of the antenna.
    C. Highly directional parabolic antenna requiring stabilization.
    D. Omnidirectional.
    D. Omnidirectional.
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  568. 3-96P4 When engaging in voice communications via an INMARSAT-B terminal, what techniques are used?
    A. The voice signal must be compressed to fit into the allowed bandwidth.
    B. CODECs are used to digitize the voice signal.
    C. Noise-blanking must be selected by the operator.
    D. The voice signal will be expanded at the receiving terminal.
    B. CODECs are used to digitize the voice signal.
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  569. 3-96P5 Which of the following statements concerning INMARSAT geostationary satellites is true?
    A. They provide coverage to vessels in nearly all of the world’s navigable waters.
    B. They are in an equatorial orbit, in order to provide true global coverage.
    C. Vessels sailing in equatorial waters are able to use only one satellite, whereas other vessels are able to choose between at least two satellites.
    D. They are in a polar orbit, in order to provide true global coverage.
    A. They provide coverage to vessels in nearly all of the world’s navigable waters.
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  570. 3-96P6 Which of the following conditions can render INMARSAT -B communications impossible?
    A. An obstruction, such as a mast, causing disruption of the signal between the satellite and the SES antenna when the vessel is steering a certain course.
    B. All of these.
    C. Travel beyond the effective radius of the satellite.
    D. A satellite whose signal is on a low elevation, below the horizon.
    B. All of these.
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  571. 3-97P1 What is the best description for the INMARSAT-C system?
    A. It is a store-and-forward system that provides routine and distress communications.
    B. It provides slow speed telex and voice service.
    C. It is a real-time telex system.
    D. It provides world-wide coverage.
    A. It is a store-and-forward system that provides routine and distress communications.
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  572. 3-97P2 The INMARSAT mini-M system is a:
    A. Marine depth finder.
    B. Marine global satellite system.
    C. Satellite system utilizing spot beams to provide for small craft communications.
    D. Marine SONAR system.
    C. Satellite system utilizing spot beams to provide for small craft communications.
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  573. 3-97P3 What statement best describes the INMARSAT-B services?
    A. Store and forward high speed data at 36/48 kbps.
    B. Voice at 3 kHz, Fax at 9.6 kbps and Data at 4.8 kbps.
    C. Service is available only in areas served by highly directional spot beam antennas.
    D. Voice at 16 kbps, Fax at 14.4 kbps and high-speed Data at 64/54.
    D. Voice at 16 kbps, Fax at 14.4 kbps and high-speed Data at 64/54.
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  574. 3-97P4 Which INMARSAT systems offer High Speed Data at 64/54 kbps?
    A. Mini-M.
    B. B and C.
    C. B, M4 and Fleet.
    D. C.
    C. B, M4 and Fleet.
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  575. 3-97P5 When INMARSAT-B and INMARSAT-C terminals are compared:
    A. INMARSAT-C antennas are small and omni-directional, while INMARSAT-B antennas are larger and directional.
    B. INMARSAT-B antennas are parabolic and smaller for higher gain, while INMARSAT-C antennas are larger but omni-directional.
    C. INMARSAT-B antennas are bulkier but omni-directional, while INMARSAT-C antennas are smaller and parabolic, for aiming at the satellite.
    D. INMARSAT-C antennas are smaller but omni-directional, while INMARSAT-B antennas are parabolic for lower gain.
    A. INMARSAT-C antennas are small and omni-directional, while INMARSAT-B antennas are larger and directional.
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  576. 3-97P6 What services are provided by the INMARSAT-M service?
    A. Data and Fax at 4.8 kbps plus e-mail.
    B. Data at 4.8 kbps and Fax at 9.6 kbps plus e-mail.
    C. Voice at 6.2 kbps, Data at 2.4 kbps, Fax at 2.4 kbps and e-mail.
    D. Voice at 3 kHz, Fax at 9.6 kbps and Data at 4.8 kbps.
    C. Voice at 6.2 kbps, Data at 2.4 kbps, Fax at 2.4 kbps and e-mail.
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  577. 3-98P1 Global Positioning Service (GPS) satellite orbiting altitude is:
    A. 247 miles.
    B. 12,554 miles.
    C. 4,686 miles.
    D. 24,184 miles.
    B. 12,554 miles.
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  578. 3-98P2 The GPS transmitted frequencies are:
    A. 946.2 MHz and 1226.6 MHz.
    B. 1227.6 MHz and 1575.4 MHz.
    C. 2245.4 and 2635.4 MHz.
    D. 1626.5 MHz and 1644.5 MHz.
    B. 1227.6 MHz and 1575.4 MHz.
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  579. 3-98P3 How many GPS satellites are normally in operation?
    A. 8
    B. 24
    C. 36
    D. 18
    B. 24
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  580. 3-98P4 What best describes the GPS Satellites orbits?
    A. They are in a geosynchronous orbit equally spaced around the equator.
    B. They are in four orbital planes spaced 90 degrees in a polar orbit.
    C. They are in eight orbital planes at an altitude of approximately 1,000 miles.
    D. They are in six orbital planes equally spaced and inclined about 55 degrees to the equator.
    D. They are in six orbital planes equally spaced and inclined about 55 degrees to the equator.
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  581. 3-98P5 How many satellites must be received to provide complete position and time?
    A. 2
    B. 3
    C. 1
    D. 4
    D. 4
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  582. 3-98P6 What is DGPS?
    A. Correction signals transmitted by satellite.
    B. A system for providing altitude corrections for aircraft.
    C. Digital Ground Position System.
    D. A system to provide additional correction factors to improve position accuracy.
    D. A system to provide additional correction factors to improve position accuracy.
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  583. 3-99Q1 Compliance with MPE, or Maximum Permissible Exposure to RF levels (as defined in FCC Part 1, OET Bulletin 65) for “controlled” environments, are averaged over _______ minutes, while “uncontrolled” RF environments are averaged over ______ minutes.
    A. 1, 15.
    B. 15, 1.
    C. 30, 6.
    D. 6, 30.
    D. 6, 30.
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  584. 3-99Q2 Sites having multiple transmitting antennas must include antennas with more than _______% of the maximum permissible power density exposure limit when evaluating RF site exposure.
    A. 12.5
    B. Any
    C. 1
    D. 5
    D. 5
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  585. 3-99Q3 RF exposure from portable radio transceivers may be harmful to the eyes because:
    A. RF heating polarizes the eye lens.
    B. The magnetic field may attract metal particles to the eye.
    C. Magnetic fields blur vision.
    D. RF heating may cause cataracts.
    D. RF heating may cause cataracts.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  586. 3-99Q4 At what aggregate power level is an MPE (Maximum Permissible Exposure) study required?
    A. 500 Watts ERP.
    B. Not required.
    C. 1000 Watts ERP.
    D. 100 Watts ERP.
    C. 1000 Watts ERP.
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  587. 3-99Q5 Why must you never look directly into a fiber optic cable?
    A. High power light waves can burn the skin surrounding the eye.
    B. The end is easy to break.
    C. An active fiber signal may burn the retina and infra-red light cannot be seen.
    D. The signal is red and you can see it.
    C. An active fiber signal may burn the retina and infra-red light cannot be seen.
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  588. 3-99Q6 If the MPE (Maximum Permissible Exposure) power is present, how often must the personnel accessing the affected area be trained and certified?
    A. Not at all.
    B. Weekly.
    C. Yearly.
    D. Monthly.
    C. Yearly.
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  589. 3-100Q1 What device can protect a transmitting station from a direct lightning hit?
    A. Grounded cabinet.
    B. Lightning protector.
    C. There is no device to protect a station from a direct hit from lightning.
    D. Short lead in.
    C. There is no device to protect a station from a direct hit from lightning.
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  590. 3-100Q2 What is the purpose of not putting sharp corners on the ground leads within a building?
    A. Lightning will jump off of the ground lead because it is not able to make sharp bends.
    B. No reason.
    C. Ground leads should always be made to look good in an installation, including the use of sharp bends in the corners.
    D. It is easier to install.
    A. Lightning will jump off of the ground lead because it is not able to make sharp bends.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  591. 3-100Q3 Should you use a power drill without eye protection?
    A. It’s okay as long as you keep your face away from the drill bit.
    B. Only in an extreme emergency.
    C. No.
    D. Yes.
    C. No.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  592. 3-100Q4 What class of fire is one that is caused by an electrical short circuit and what is the preferred substance used to extinguish that type of fire?
    A. FE28.
    B. FE29.
    C. FE31.
    D. FE30.
    D. FE30.
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  593. 3-100Q5 Do shorted-stub lightning protectors work at all frequencies?
    A. No, the short enhances the radio signal at the tuned band.
    B. Yes.
    C. No, the short also kills the radio signals.
    D. No, only at the tuned frequency band.
    D. No, only at the tuned frequency band.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)
  594. 3-100Q6 What is a GFI electrical socket used for?
    A. To increase the current capacity of the socket.
    B. As a gold plated socket.
    C. To prevent children from sticking objects in the socket.
    D. To prevent electrical shock by sensing ground path current and shutting the circuit down.
    D. To prevent electrical shock by sensing ground path current and shutting the circuit down.
    (this multiple choice question has been scrambled)

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