All these titles on 1 CD-Rom
14086 Electronics Technician, Volume 1, Safety
This is the first volume in the ET Training Series.
Covers causes and prevention of mishaps, handling of hazardous
materials; identifies the effects of
electrical shock; purpose of the tag-out bill and personnel
responsibilities, documents, and procedures
associated with tag out; and identifies primary safety equipment
associated with ET work.
Technician, Volume 2, Administration
Provides an overview of general and technical
administration and logistics. Included are descriptions of forms and
procedures included in the Maintenance Data
System (MDS) and publications that should be included in a ship's
technical library. Also included is a basic
description of the Naval Supply System and COSAL.
Technician, Volume 3, Communication Systems
Provides operations-related information on Navy
communications systems including SAS, TEMPEST, satellite
communications, Links 11, 4-A, and 16, the C2P system, and a
basic introduction to local area networks (LANs).
Technician, Volume 4, Radar Systems
Provides a basic introduction to air search, surface
search, ground-controlled approach, and carrier controlled approach
RADAR systems. Included are basic terms associated with RADAR
systems, descriptions of equipment that compose the
common systems, descriptions of RADAR interfacing procedures and
equipment, and primary radar safety topics.
Technician, Volume 5, Navigation Systems
Introduces the primary navigation systems used by
U.S. Navy surface vessels. It provides a basic introduction to and
explanation of the Ship's Inertial Navigation System (SINS), the
U.S. Navy Navigation Satellite System (NNSS), and the
NAVSTAR Global Positioning System (GPS) and associated equipment.
It then provides an introduction to and explanation
of the Tactical Air Navigation system (TACAN) and its associated
equipment. The information provided is written at an
introductory level and is not intended to be used by technicians
for diagnoses or repairs.
Technician, Volume 6, Digital Data Systems
Covers the following subject matter on computers and
peripherals: fundamentals and operations, configurations and hardware,
operator controls and controlling units, components and circuits,
central processing units and buses, memories, input/output
and interfacing, instructions and man/machine interfaces,
magnetic tape storage, magnetic disk storage, CD-ROM storage,
printers, data conversion devices and switchboards.
Technician, Volume 7, Antennas and Wave Propagation
Covers a basic introduction to antennas and wave
propagation. It includes discussions about the effects of the atmosphere
on rf communications, the various types of
communications and radar antennas in use today, and a basic discussion
of transmission lines and waveguide theory.
Technician, Volume 8, Support Systems
Provides a basic
introduction to support systems: liquid cooling, dry air, ac power distribution,
ship's input, and information transfer. It includes
discussions on configuration, operation and maintenance of these systems.
Technician, Volume 9, Electro-Optics
Technician, Volume 9, Electro-Optics
Technician Supervisor (ET1)
Provides information on the ET responsibilities;
supervision practices; combat systems organization; NTDS/WDS and combat
systems testing; electronics casualty control and reporting;
calibration and stowage; electronic test equipment; 2M; and
system/test equipment maintenance.
Technician Supervisor (ETC)
Provides information on ET responsibilities;
organization and administration of the electronics division; training of
division personnel; quality assurance; test
equipment management and administration; EMI; and supply.