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Which AFMAN establishes procedures and guidance for the collaboration and management of telecommunications and conferencing resources to include systems, equipment, personnel, time, and money and provides the directive guidance for AF voice systems management with cover

AFMAN 33-145, Collaboration Services and Voice System Management

2

Telephone Advantages

Robust
Easy to use
Difficult to intercept

3

Telephone Disadvantages

Lacks media richness
Less adaptable or expendable infrastructure
Expensive to build, operate, maintain, and expand

4

Four Major components in a VOIP environment

IP Network
Call processor/controllers
Media/signaling gateways
Subscriber terminals

5

What is used to produce and amplify a carrier signal, which is combined or modulated, with a voice signal from a microphone to provide point-to-point wireless communications between two locations.

Transmitter

6

A combination of radio receiver and a radio transmitter that receives a weak or low-level signal and retransmits it at a higher level or higher power, allowing the signal to cover longer distances w/o degradation.

Repeater

7

With analog signal, signals can be strengthened with _______

Amplifiers

8

Allows multiple devices to use local private addresses within an enterprise while sharing one or more global IPv4 address space for external communications

Network Address Translation (NAT)

9

A system of systems that provides balanced wideband, narrowband, and protected communications capability for a broad range of users across diverse mission areas.

MILSATCOM

10

What 3-D target does Radar provide?

Azimuth
Range
Elevation

11

USAF Airborne Network is to expand the DODIN into which 3 major domains

Air
Space
Terrestrial

12

Means of connecting one location to another for the purpose of transmitting and receiving data

Data Links

13

A set of software systems used by all air wings of the United States military to plan and execute military mission utilizing airborne resources

Theatre Battle Management Core Systems (TBMCS)

14

The backbone of the AFFOR's contribution to Theatre Air-Ground Systems (TAGS)

AF Theater Air Control System

15

A dual-channel system with tower-mounted antenna remote operator control

AN/GPN-20 Airport Surveillance Radar

16

What uses radar to control the airspace around an airfield to ensure collision avoidance and safe landings and departure of aircraft.

Air Traffic Control

17

Provides a form of precision approach control during the final minutes before landing.

Precision Approach Radar

18

The senior AF Theater Air Control System (TACS)

Air Operation Center

19

U.S armed forces DoD joint c2 system used to provide accurate, complete, and timely information for the operational chain of command for U.S armed forces Joint mandated "system of systems"

Global Command and Control System (GCSS)

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A single identical display of relevant information shared by more than one command

Common Operational Picture

21

A wide-area radio network with communications towers interconnected via a dedicated and IP network.

Radio over Internet Protocol Network (RIPRNET)

22

The next-generation software defined radio for U.S. military field operations after 2010

Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS)

23

Remotely Piloted Aircraft (RPA's)

Aircraft
Ground Control Station
Control data links