Personnel working on radars should always be aware of the hazards of RF RADIATION and X-RAY
All posted SAFETY PRECAUTIONS should be strictly observed.
ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS Q1. THROUGH Q21.
A1. Frequency distribution.
A2. In the center.
A3. Symmetrical above and below the carrier frequency.
A4. Power and frequency.
A5. Average power, pulse width, and prt.
A6. 1 milliwatt.
A7. Transmitter power loss.
A8. Minimum discernible signal (mds).
A9. Attenuations of the directional coupler and the connecting cable.
A10. Half-power points.
A11. Recovery time.
A14. Manual bus transfer (MBT) unit.
A15. Work backwards from the load to the source.
A16. Ship's central dry-air system.
A17. Degree of dehydration.
A19. Air conditioning.
A20. Primary and secondary.
A21. The primary loop.