Flashcards in Vol 2 UREs Deck (50):
Mbps for MIL-STD 1553 data bus serial xmsn rate
The structure of a MIL-STD 1553 data word is:
20 bits long with 3 sync bits, 16 data/command/status bits, and 1 parity bit
A MIL-STD 1553 data bus message must contain at least 1 cmd word with this max number of data words
The MIL-STD 1553 data bus system cmd that provides a mechanism for a bus terminal (RT) to send data to another RT when the BC does not require the data is called
RT to RT
Which is not a function of the MIL-STD 1553 data bus mode codes?
Executing a bus controller (BC) broadcast command
The integrated circuit of a computer microchip is made of:
Chips with circuits that are used in various parts of a computer or calculator are called:
The heart of a computer's data processing system supervises and controls:
Which computer component acts like a sophisticated switchboard operator?
Where does the computer's arithmetic/logic unit (ALU) temporarily store the intermediate results of arithmetic operations?
The primary computer memory that usually cannot be erased is called:
A computer's random access memory is used to:
Store information being calculated by the computer
In a computer, the term auxiliary storage refers to
Memory stored outside the computer
What keeps the computer monitor's electron beams from spilling over into the wrong phosphors to mix colors improperly?
The resolution of a computer monitor is expressed in a number of pixels that make up the image. The sharper the image, the:
Higher the resolution
Using a text based method to display characters and objects on a computer refers to
Disk Operating System (DOS)-based programs
The main function of Switches within a network is to
Enable several users to send information
What is the technique called where data can be segmented into numerous blocks so sequential blocks can be written?
Which redundant array of independent disks (RAID) parity is distributed across all drives and eliminates the bottleneck?
Which type of cable is used to carry RF power from one point to another?
Which type of cable is used to interconnect electrical and electronic hardened components in the aircraft?
Electromagnetic pulse (EMP)
How many outer protective layers does an EMP cable have?
Which of these is not a type of connector coupling?
Radio frequency (RF) connectors are designed to be used with this type cable or wire.
Which of the following is not a RF connector precaution?
Ensure a good grip when using pliers.
Twisting an optic fiber during cabling installation or maintenance results in
Reduced optical power transmission
This component is used to convert fiber optic light transmissions back to electrical signals.
What type of solder is always used for electrical soldering?
Why is flux important when soldering?
Prevent oxygen from combining with metal
What is of utmost importance during the soldering process?
Having a clean area
Properly caring for an electric soldering iron involves
Keeping the iron in a proper holder when you are not using it
Which of these is not a type of solderless connection?
What solderless connector allows you to connect it to electrical equipment easily and efficiently?
One reason crimping tools were developed was to ensure crimps
Have a good mechanical connection
Which type standard applies when a heating tool is used in a potentially explosive environment?
Who or what is responsible for maintaining proper heat and air pressure during heat shrink installation?
Before performing any type of wire repair, you must consult
The applicable technical orders.
EMP hardened cable is non-repairable by local personnel if there is damage to the
Before performing an EMP cable wire repair, you must
Check TO 1-1A-14
What is the purpose of pre-waxing the cotton or linen tape used for wire bundling EMP cable?
Promotes moisture and fungus resistance
Which inspection is designed to reduce the amount of time an aircraft is out of commission?
Each statement describes the programmed depot maintenance inspection concept *except* that it
Is used by ACC and AMC
This inspection is designed to find defects that might have developed during an aircraft's ground operation
When is the thruflight inspection performed on an aircraft?
Prior to takeoffs at intermediate stops
Which inspection is thorough with a "look, see, and fix" search of the aircraft?
What type maintenance is performed on aircraft that requires you to complete an immediate action TCTO?
What type inspection includes a review of the forms for status, a visual inspection of equipment for defects, and adequate servicing?
How many months is war reserve material/mobility equipment reinspected?
This is one example of a non-preventable FOD incident
A flock of birds impacted in-flight