This is a study guide to help airman study for there end of course test. Not filling out there bubble sheets. End of disclaimer enjoy your studying. CDC 2A253N SOF/PR Electronic Warfare Systems Journeyman Volume 2. Electronic Warfare Principles and Support Equipment 2A253N 03 1308, Edit Code 01 AFSC 2A253
A. 2 mega bits per second (Mbps)
B. 16 Mbps
C. 32 Mbps
D. 64 Mbps
C. circuit boards.
D. Central processing unit.
D. central processing unit.
C. Input equipment.
D. Output equipment.
B. Logic unit.
C. Control unit.
D. Arithmetic unit.
A. random-access memory (RAM).
b. read-only memory (ROM).
A. provide secondary memory access.
B. provide auxiliary storage capabilities.
C. store computer operating information.
D. store information being calculated by the computer.
A. specific storage locations.
B. the size and capacity of storage area.
C. memory stored outside the computer.
D. data processed through the main storage area.
A. Information was to have a very low level of data transfer determinism.
B. Information was to be transferred in a reliable, deterministic, command/response fashion.
C. Information was to be transferred between bus terminals via a digital serial communications c. Information was to be transferred between bus terminals via a digital serial communications channel.
D. Electrical interface requirements were to be defined by the standard for all bus terminals and bus terminal connections.
A. BC to RT.
B. RT to BC.
C. RT to RT.
D. BC to BC.
A. Resetting terminals.
B. Synchronizing the subsystem time.
C. Executing a bus controller (BC) broadcast command.
D. Commanding at bus terminal (RT) to initiate a system self-test.
A. using Windows-based programs.
B. displaying information in the form of individual dots.
C. displaying information in the form of printed characters.
D. communicating information from the central processing unit to the screen.
A. way to communicate across interconnected networks.
B. way to print documents from any work station.
C. signal that produces radio frequencies.
D. relay between work stations.
A. build protocols to send across the network.
B. forward frames of information over a network.
c. generates a radio signal to extend range of a network.
D. enable several users to send information over a network.
A. Data striping.
A. metallic braid over the insulation.
B. a metal conductor covered with a dielectric.
C. an inner conductor separated by an insulation dielectric.
D. a compact wire bundle with self-contained wire assemblies.
A. Never step on the cable.
B. Ensure a good grip when using pliers.
C. Ensure you solder double shielded cables together.
D. Ensure you do not exceed the bend radius of the cable.
A. disturbances in lay uniformity
B. greater elasticity of the glass fibers.
C. reduced optical power transmission.
D. good tension control preventing loose or uneven standing.
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