Flashcards in NAVEDTRA 14189A, NEETS Mod. 17, Ch. 5 Deck (21):
The frequency range from ELF to SHF is from below 300 hertz up to how many gigahertz?
What is a non-radiating device called that absorbs the rf and has the impedance characteristics of the antenna?
What is a small building called that is physically separated from the transmitter location that contains antenna loading, coupling, and tuning circuits?
Which type of antenna is a special form of a rhombic-arranged monopole array that is designed to transmit from a particular location?
Communications systems in which portion of the radio frequency spectrum use line-of-sight propagation?
1 to 10 gigahertz
The distance between microwave system hop points ranges from 50 to 150 kilometers (31 to how many statute miles)?
The tropo system uses the turbulence in the layer between the troposphere and the stratosphere to bounce signals back to earth and has a transmission range up to 800 kilometers (how many statute miles)?
HF has a hop distance (skywave) of about how many miles?
The distance of one hop for a line-of-sight system is between 31 and how many miles?
What was developed by the U.S. Navy as a command tool for commanders in tactical combat situations?
How many separate data transmission links does NTDS use to maintain tactical data communications between tactical units?
What provides high-speed, computer-to-computer transfer of tactical information, command orders, and unit status to all tactical data systems?
What provides a means of transmitting track information to those units not capable of participating in the link 11 network?
What permits the computer to take control of the autopilot in an equipped aircraft?
What is the international distress frequency?
What is the survival craft communications frequency?
What take energy at (or near) the visible light spectrum and convert it to a very narrow and intense beam in the same region?
Which color of communications lasers could possibly penetrate the ocean to great depths?
What is a type of two-equipment installation where one unit can be substituted for another in the event of failure?
What acts as a coil and is used with variable inductors for impedance matching of high-power transmitters?