All these titles on 1 CD-Rom
NEETS, Module 1, Introduction to Matter, Energy, and Direct
Presents information on matter make up and behavior of
matter, magnetism, methods of producing electricity, and direct current
problem solving. Topic 1 presents information on matter, energy,
electricity, and symbology. Topic 2 discusses batteries. Included are
discussions on the battery cell, chemical processes, polarization, uses,
and safety precautions. Topic 3 introduces direct current circuits and
explains many of the formulas that are used routinely in electricity.
Module 2, Introduction to Alternating Current and Transformers
Introduces alternating current theory and power
supplies. Topic 1 discusses the differences between alternating and direct
current, magnetism, generation of alternating current, and characteristics
of sine waves. Topic 2 introduces inductance characteristics, such as
electromotive force, self inductance, and mutual inductance. Topic 3
introduces capacitance. Discussions are presented on the electrostatic
field, capacitor characteristics, and series and parallel capacitive
circuits. Topic 4 presents information on inductive and capacitive
reactance, power in reactive circuits, and power factors. Topic 5
describes transformer characteristics.
Module 3, Introduction to Circuit Protection, Control, and Measurement
Presents information on circuit measurements, circuit
protection devices, and circuit control devices. Topic 1 discusses basic
ohmmeters, ammeters, voltmeters, wattmeters, and frequency meters. Topic
2 discusses circuit protection devices, such as fuses and circuit
breakers. Topic 3 discusses switches, solenoids, and relays.
Module 4, Introduction to Electrical Conductors, Wiring Techniques, and
Introduces electrical conductors, wiring techniques, and
schematics. Topic 1 covers wire characteristics and insulation. Topic 2
covers conductor wiring techniques, including splicing, soldering, and
lacing. Topic 3 covers schematic reading, marking systems, and some basic
safety practices and precautions.
Module 5, Introduction to Generators and Motors
Covers basic construction and theory of operation of AC
& DC generators and motors.
Module 6, Introduction to Electronic Emission, Tubes, and Power Supplies
Presents an introduction to the theory of electronic
emission and electron tubes. Topic 1 covers the construction, function,
and theory of operation of the diode, triode, tetrode, and pentode. Topic
2 presents special-purpose tubes. The basic vacuum-tube power supply,
including voltage and current regulation, and the methods used to isolate
faulty components are covered in Topic 3.
Module 7, Introduction to Solid State Devices and Power Supplies
Deals with solid-state devices and power supplies on a
basic level. It presents a basic discussion of electron and hole flow in
semiconductor devices and explains the construction, function, and theory
of operation of the transistor. Also covered are the purpose modular
circuitry and the advantages of integrated circuits over conventional
transistor circuits, and the construction and use of the other solid-state
devices such as the Zener diode, tunnel diode, varactor, silicontrolled
rectifier, triac, unijunction transistor, and the more commonly used opto-electric
devices. Fundamentals of solid-state power supplies are also covered.
Module 8, Introduction to Amplifiers
Presents an introduction to what amplification is and
how different types and classes of amplifiers affect amplification. Topic
1 discusses audio amplifiers. Topic 2 discusses video amplifiers and radio
frequency amplifiers. Topic 3 presents differential, operational, and
magnetic amplifiers. Factors which affect how an amplifier performs, such
as impedance, feedback frequency response, and coupling, are also
Module 9, Introduction to Wave-Generation, and Wave-Shaping Circuits
Introduces electronic wave-generating and wave-shaping
circuits. Topic 1 discusses tuned circuits, resonance, resonant circuits,
filter circuits, bandwidth, and special safety precautions to be observed
when repairing tuned circuits. Topic 2 presents fundamental oscillator
theory, including circuit configuration and frequency and amplitude
stability of circuits. Topic 3 presents various waveforms, and
waveform-generating circuits such as multivibrators, blocking oscillators,
and time-based generators. Topic 4 describes limiters, clampers,
differentiators, integrators, and counters.
Module 10, Introduction to Wave Propagation, Transmission Lines, and
Introduces wave propagation, transmission lines, and
antenna theory. Topic 1 discusses wave motion, sound-wave terminology,
light waves, properties of electromagnetic waves and the electromagnetic
spectrum. Topic 2 discusses radiowave propagation, including components of
radio waves, electromagnetic fields, and effects of the Earth's atmosphere
and terrain on radio waves. Topic 3 discusses transmission line theory,
including terminology, types of lines, losses, length of lines, and
discussions on characteristic impedance, electromagnetic fields, line
reflections, standing waves, and standing-wave ratio. Topic 4 discusses
several antennas, including the Hertz, Marconi, several arrays, and
Module 11, Microwave Principles
Presents an introduction to microwave principles. Topic
1 introduces waveguides in terms of theory and application; various
waveguide devices are explained. Topic 2 describes microwave components
and circuits. Microwave components, tube principles and types, the decibel
measurement system, and solid-state microwave devices are covered. Topic 3
describes microwave antennas. Antenna characteristics, reflector antennas,
horn radiators, lens antennas, arrays, and frequency sensitive antennas
Module 12, Modulation
Presents information on the fundamental concepts of
amplitude modulation, angle and pulse modulation, and demodulation. Topic
1 describes the theory of sine-wave generation and heterodyning. Also
described are continuous-wave and amplitudemodulated systems. Topic 2
describes frequency, phase, and pulse modulation. Amplitude-, time-,
duration-, position-, frequency-, and code-pulse modulation are explained.
Topic 3 describes demodulation theory for continuous-wave, and amplitude-,
frequency-, phase-, and pulse-modulated demodulators.
Module 13, Introduction to Number Systems and Logic
Presents the fundamental concepts of number systems and
logic circuits that pertain to digital equipment. Topic 1 describes unit,
number, base/radix, positional notation, most- and least-significant
digit, carry and borrow principles, and the decimal-, binary-, octal-,
hexadecimal-, and binary-coded decimal-number systems. Techniques for
converting from one system to another are covered. Topic 2 includes
computer logic; AND, OR, NAND, and NOR gates; inverters; and Boolean
algebra. Topic 3 presents exclusive OR and exclusive NOR circuits, adders,
flip-flops, clocks, counters, registers, and logic families.
Module 14, Introduction to Microelectronics
Presents information on the fundamental concepts of
microelectronics, solid-state devices, and integrated circuits.
Fabrication, packaging techniques, and equivalent circuits are discussed.
Topic 2 discusses the Navy's 2M program including certification
requirements, levels of maintenance, repair stations, 2M facilities,
high-reliability soldering techniques, and test equipment. Topic 3 covers
removal/replacement/repair of miniature and microminiature components, and
Module 15, Principles of Synchros, Servos, and Gyros
Presents general information on synchros, servos, gyros,
and related devices. Topic 1 presents the theory of operations and
alignment procedures for synchros. Topic 2 discusses servo systems,
schematic and block diagrams, circuit component characteristics, and the
components and data flow of a typical system. Topic 3 discusses
characteristics, properties, components and other factors concerning the
gyroscope. Topic 4 discusses related devices and compares standard synchro
system connections with IC synchro connections, explains step-transmitter
and receiver operation, and compares a resolver to a transformer.
Module 16, Introduction to Test Equipment
Presents general information on the fundamental concepts
of test equipment. Topic 1 covers test equipment administration and use,
focusing on Navy equipment-related programs and basic procedures. Topic 2
describes various types of measurements. Topic 3 discusses the use of
basic meters. Topic 4 describes operating procedures for common Navy test
equipment. Topic 5 covers special application test equipment used in the
electronics field. Topic 6 explains the purpose and operation of the
oscilloscope and spectrum analyzer.
Module 17, Radio Frequency Communications Principles
Presents general information on the fundamental concepts
of radio-frequency communications. Topic 1 introduces the types of
electrical telecommunications, their modes of operations, and Navy
frequency band usage. Topic 2 discusses transmitters, receivers, and their
control circuitry. Topic 3 describes equipment interfacing, teletypewriter
and facsimile operations, security, quality monitoring, and safety. Topic
4 addresses a basic satellite communications system, equipment
characteristics, theory of operation, and applications, both present and
future. Topic 5 covers the lower frequency bands usage, microwave systems,
the Naval Tactical Data System, portable equipment, and laser theory and
Module 18, Radar Principles
Presents general information on radar theory, equipment,
and maintenance. Topic 1 introduces basic radar concepts, principles of
operation, transmission methods, and common types of radar systems. Topic
2 discusses major units of a radar including synchronizers, transmitters,
duplexers, and receivers. Topic 3 addresses radar indicators and antennas.
Topic 4 covers transmitter and receiver performance checks, radar support
systems, and safety considerations peculiar to radar operation.
Module 19, The Technician's Handbook
Provides the technician who works in the electrical and
electronics fields a ready reference manual that will be of assistance
during everyday work. It begins with information on mishap prevention and
first aid, then covers other information useful to the technician such as
commonly used formulas, data tables, general maintenance hints, and a
listing of often used publications and documents.
Module 20, Master Glossary and Index
Provides a ready reference source for the NEETS student.
It begins with an alphabetized master glossary of the terms used
throughout the NEETS.
Module 21, Test Methods and Practices
Presents information on the fundamental concepts of test
methods and practices. It is written with the junior practicing technician
in mind and based on Electronics Installation and Maintenance Handbook (EIMB),
TEST METHODS AND PRACTICES. There are five topics: "Basic Measurements,"
"Component Testing," "Quantitative Measurements," "Qualitative
Measurements," and "Waveform Interpretation."
Module 22, Introduction to Digital Computers
Module 23, Magnetic Recording
Introduces fundamental concepts of recording on magnetic
tape and disks. Topic 1 states the prerequisites for magnetic recording
and describes magnetic recording heads. Topic 2 describes types of
magnetic tape, types of tape errors, causes of tape failure, methods of
erasing tape, and procedures for handling tape. Topic 3 describes tape
recorder heads and preventive maintenance requirements. Topic 4 describes
tape transport systems, tape reeling systems, capstan speed control
methods, and cleaning procedures. Topic 5 describes the function and main
parts of a tape recorder's record and reproduce electronics. Topic 6
describes the seven most common magnetic tape recording specifications.
Topic 7 describes the characteristics of digital magnetic tape recording.
Topic 8 describes how floppy and hard disks are constructed, how data is
recorded on them, and how they are handled and erased.
Module 24, Introduction to Fiber Optics
Presents general information on fiber optics and optical
fibers. It encompasses the background on fiber optics; fiber optic
concepts; optical fibers and cables; optical splices, connectors, and
couplers; fiber optic measurement techniques; optical sources and fiber
optic transmitters; optical detectors and fiber-optic receivers; and fiber