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Electronics) US Army TV Course - Television and Audio Systems SS0603

Electronics) US Army TV Course - Television and Audio Systems SS0603

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SUBCOURSEEDITIONSS06036
TELEVISION AND AUDIO SYSTEMS
 
U.S. ARMY RADIO/TELEVISION SYSTEMS SPECIALISTMOS 26T SKILL LEVEL 1AUTHORSHIP RESPONSIBILITY:SGT Renee DeramusVI/Cal DivisionU.S. Army ElementLowry AFB, ColoradoAUTOVON: 926-2521COMMERCIAL: (303) 370-2521TELEVISION AUDIO SYSTEMS(Developmental Date: 30 Sep 86)SUBCOURSE NO. SS0603-6U.S. ARMY SIGNAL SCHOOLFort Gordon, GeorgiaFive Credit HoursGENERALThe Television Audio Systems subcourse is designed to teach the knowledge and skills for performingtasks related to operation and maintenance of the audio systems found in a typical television studio.Information is provided on several tasks which are performed at increasing levels of difficulty at SkillLevels 1, 2, and 3. Several of the tasks are shared with the MOS 84F, Audio/Television Specialist.However, the shared tasks do not appear on the Soldier's Manual, STP 11-26T13-SM-T6, datedSeptember 1985, but they are published in the Soldier's Manual, STP 11-84F13-SM-TG datedSeptember 1985. As a reminder, tasks with the prefix 113-575-XXXX are found in the MOS 26Tmanual and tasks with the prefix 113-577-XXXX are printed in the MOS 84F manual. The subcourse is presented in five lessons. Each lesson corresponding to a terminal objective as indicated below.Lesson 1: DESCRIBE AND IDENTIFY THE AUDIO CONSOLE AND MAINTENANCEPROCEDURES REQUIRED TO TROUBLESHOOT AND REPAIR THE EQUIPMENTTASK: Describe the functions of audio control consoles, and identify the equipment and maintenance procedures for troubleshooting and repair.CONDITIONS: Given information and illustrations about terms relating to audio control consoles andtroubleshooting and repair maintenance procedures.STANDARDS: Demonstrate competency of the task skills and knowledges by correctly responding to80 percent of the multiple-choice test items covering functions terminology and identification of audiocontrol consoles and maintenance procedures for troubleshooting and repair.
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(This objective supports Soldiers Manual Task 113-577-4001, Operate Turntable; 113-577-4006,Operate Studio Audio Console; 113-575-9002, Interpret Schematic Diagrams, Block Diagrams or Component Location Diagrams; and 113-577-9009, Perform Operator's Maintenance of a Turntable.)Lesson 2: DESCRIBE AND IDENTIFY THE FOUR BASIC TYPES OF MICROPHONES AND THEMAINTENANCE PROCEDURES REQUIRED FOR PROPER OPERATIONTASK: Describe and identify the four basic types of microphones and the maintenance proceduresrequired for proper operation.CONDITIONS: Given information and illustrations about terms relating to the four basic types of microphones and the maintenance procedures required for proper operation.STANDARDS: Demonstrate competency of the task skills and knowledge by correctly responding to80% of the multiple-choice test items covering terms relating to the four basic types of microphones andmaintenance procedures required for proper operation.(This objective supports these Soldier's Manual Tasks 113-577-1039, Select a Microphone; 113-577-1043, Set Up Microphones for Multiple Music Instrument Presentation; 113-577-1053, Establish AudioRequirements for Audio or Television Productions; 113-577-9003, Perform Operator's Maintenance of Microphones, Microphone Cables and Connectors; and 113-575-9002, Interpret Schematic Diagrams,Block Diagrams or Component Location Diagrams.)Lesson 3: DESCRIBE AND IDENTIFY THE THREE MAIN FUNCTIONS AND THE THREE MAINSECTIONS OF AUDIO TAPE RECORDERS AND THE MAINTENANCE PROCEDURESREQUIRED FOR PROPER OPERATIONTASK: Describe and identify the three main functions and the three main sections of audio taperecorders and the maintenance procedures required for proper operation.CONDITION: Given information and illustrations about terms relating to the three main functions andthree sections of an audio type recorder and maintenance procedures required for proper operation.STANDARD: Demonstrate competency of the basic skills and knowledge by correctly responding to80% of the multiple-choice test items relating to terms about the three main functions and three sectionsof an audio tape recorder and the maintenance procedures required for proper operation.(This objective supports the Soldier's Manual Task 113-575-0042, Troubleshoot a Reel-to-Reel AudioTape Recorder/Reproducer.)Lesson 4: DESCRIBE AND IDENTIFY THE PRINCIPLES OF RADIO AND LINE TRANSMISSION,AM/FM CHARACTERISTICS, STEREO PHASE PROCEDURES AND THE ELECTRONICREQUIREMENTS OF RADIO RECEIVERS
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