ET1 Admin.txt

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ET1 Admin.txt
2014-10-24 01:15:46

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  1. Who maintains the CGPMS Work Schedule Books?
    Electronics Maintenance Officer
  2. An index of all applicable MPCs for a given piece of equipment or system.
    Index of Maintenance Procedures
  3. This index contains the following information:
  4. All available CGPMS procedures
  5. Navy Maintenance Index of Procedures for Navy equipment used by the Coast Guard
    Master Index
  6. For inclusion into NPMS, a letter or ++++++ should be sent Commanding Officer, NAVSEA, Code 914.
    OPNAV 4790 C/K
  7. CG-5452/CG-5453
    Monthly and Annual Schedules
  8. CG-5454
    Equipment History Forms
  9. Who can approve LPMS for equipment?
  10. Completed inactiveTag-Out Record sheets shall be retained for +++ months
  11. Tag out numbering shall start over on +++ of each year.
    01 October
  12. How often should the tag-out log be audited?
    Every 2 weeks
  13. The CMPlus database is managed by ++++
  14. Who is responsible for assigning you a CMPlus username and password?
    CMPlus administrator at your uni
  15. DoD owned and managed items can be identified by their “++” series cognizant symbol
  16. Coast Guard users shall use the proper Military Standard Requisitioning and Issue Procedures (MILSTRIP) Advice Code
  17. (“++” series) to requisition DLR items.
  18. Coast Guard units shall document and package unserviceable DLR items within +++hours of receipt of replacement item
  19. Priority +++ items will be shipped by certified mail
  20. The ELC will send the unit a message at the +++ day stating that item is overdue and due back in +++ days to avoid billing.
    45th, 30
  21. Units are billed at the +++ day and notification shall be sent to units via message.
  22. Three types of EMI:
  23. Natural
  24. Inherent
  25. +++++ interference impedes the reliable and efficient use of electrical and electronic equipment.
  26. +++++ interference consists of a single frequency or a narrow band of frequencies that occupies little space in the total receiver passband.
  27. +++++interference occupies a relatively large part of the radio frequency spectrum.
  28. ++++++ interference, such as that caused by electrical storms, snowstorms, rain particles, or interstellar radiation, is referred to as atmospheric noise or static.
  29. Interference is transferred from an interfering source to the affected equipment by two general methods:
  30. • Conduction
  31. • Radiation
  32. +++++ is any interfering signal transferred through space by an electromagnetic field
    Radiated EMI
  33. +++++ are recognized by their distribution across a wide portion of the tuning range of the affected receiver
    Broadband emissions
  34. Military specifications require that the second harmonic level be at least ++db below the fundamental
  35. Third and higher order harmonics must be at least ++ db below the fundamental
  36. ++++++ cause emissions at radio frequencies which are neither harmonics of the fundamental nor inter-modulation product frequencies.
    Parasitic oscillations
  37. ++++++ occur when a circuit is self-excited and goes into oscillation at a frequency other than the desired one.
    Parasitic emissions
  38. _______is the transfer of modulation from one carrier to another
    Cross modulation
  39. +++++ is the generation of numerous new frequencies from two or more original signals.
  40. ++++++ occurs when the center frequency, or carrier of an undesired signal, falls in any portion of the passband of another receiver.
    Co-channel interference
  41. +++++++ occurs when a strong unwanted signal penetrates the input filter circuits and encounters a nonlinear element such as the mixer of an overloaded RF amplifier stage.
    Nonlinear intrusion
  42. ++++++ occurs when internally or externally stressed metals are exposed to a corrosive environment.
    Stress corrosion
  43. Signals, created by nonlinear junctions in the ship structures, are commonly called the +++++
    rusty bolt effect
  44. Arcing can occur inside of waveguide causing a high voltage standing-wave ratio (VSWR) due to:
  45. • Foreign objects (including moisture) in the waveguide
  46. • Corroded or flaked-off coating
  47. • A sharp bend in the waveguide run
  48. Arcing may result when a radar rotary joint is:
  49. • Dirty
  50. • Worn
  51. • Misaligned
  52. Interference between radars usually appears as a series of moving dots, or ++++++on the CRT
    running rabbits
  53. Two general techniques for bonding:
    direct and indirect
  54. ++++ bonding is achieved by direct metal-to-metal contact between two metal items through the process of welding or brazing.
  55. ++++++ bonding is achieved by the use of a bonding jumper or bolts between two metal items.
  56. Three major types of cables
  57. Passive
  58. Susceptible
  59. Active cables should be seperated from other cables by +++ inches.
  60. Passive cables should be separated from active cables by +++ inches, passive cables by +++ inches, and susceptible cables by +++ inches
    18, none, 2
  61. Susceptible cables should be separated from active cables by +++ inches, passive cables by +++ inches, and susceptible cables by +++ inches.
    18, 2, none
  62. Type +++ field change furnishes a field change parts kit (which is assigned an Activity Control number, and includes ocumentation, parts, and special tools) required to complete a change.
  63. Type +++ field change furnishes documentation only.
  64. Type +++ field change furnishes documentation and some of the parts or special tools needed in a field change parts kit
  65. Type +++ field change implements changes to technical documentation only. It requires no alterations to the equipment
  66. Navy-type field changes initiated by the Navy start with +++.
  67. Navy-type field changes initiated by the Coast Guard star with +++.