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RADIO SET AN/GRC-103 (V) EXAMINATION

Module/SubCourse: SS0732 Edition: 8

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Figure 1-1.

1. Of the answers provided below, which one correctly identifies the components
labeled A, B, C, and D in the figure, 12-Channel PCM Radio System, above?

C and D are AN/GRC-103's; A and B are Multiplexer TD-660/G's.
A and D are AN/GRC-103's; C and B are Multiplexer TD-660/G's.
C and B are AN/GRC-103's; A and D are Multiplexer TD-660/G's.
A and B are AN/GRC-103's; C and D are Multiplexer TD-660/G's.

Figure 2-1.

2. Which list correctly identifies the parts labeled in the figure above of the AN/GRC-
103 antenna?
A-Reflector, B-Dipole, C-Cable Assembly, CG-3444/U.
A-Dipole, B-Reflector, C-Mast.
A-Dipole, B-Mast, C-Cable Assembly, CG-3444/U.
A-Dipole, B-Reflector C-Cable Assembly, CG-3444/U.

3. In a 35-foot antenna system assembled for vertical polarization, the dipole will be in
what position with respect to the ground?

Diagonal.
None in particular.
Horizontal.
Vertical.
Figure 4-1.
4. In the figure above, Antenna and Launcher Assembled for Vertical Polarization,
Height of 35 feet, the red guy lines are identified by letters:

A, C, and E.
B, C, and E.
B, D, and F.
A, D, and F.

5. When correctly sequenced, what is the correct order for the following steps which
are used to replace a defective indicator lamp on the front panel of Radio Set
AN/GRC-103?

(a) Pull the defective lamp out of the jewel.
(b) Replace the jewel in its receptacle, and turn it clockwise as far as it will turn.
(c) Turn the jewel counterclockwise, and pull it out of its receptacle.
(d) Push the replacement lamp into the jewel until it seats properly.

C,A,D,B.
A,C,D,B.
C,A,B,D.
A,C,B,D.

Situation: Several interunit connections are made between the AN/GRC-103
and multiplexer in a 12-channel PCM Radio Terminal. Use the figure below,
PCM Radio Terminal, 12-Channel Interunit Connections, to answer questions
6 and 7.

Figure 1.
6. In a 12-channel PCM radio terminal, as in the figure above, which connection on
the AN/GRC-103 is connected to PCM OUT on the multiplexer? (Refer to Figure 1)

VIDEO TR on the transmitter.
PCM on the receiver.
OW on the receiver.
OW on the transmitter.

7. In a 12-channel PCM radio terminal, as in the above figure, the multiplexer is
connected to the receiver using the following connections: (Refer to Figure 1)

PCM OUT to PCM and TMG IN to TMG.
PCM IN to PCM and TMG IN to TMG.
PCM IN to TMG and TMG IN to PCM.
PCM OUT to TMG and TMG IN to PCM.

Situation: Use the figure below, the turning procdure job aid card, to answer
questions 8 and 9.
Figure 2.
Figure 8-1.

8. Which answer identifies indicators and controls A through D in the above figure, the
Receiver Fixed Head? (Refer to Figure 8-1)

A-Meter.
B-Meter Switch.
C-AC POWER Lamp.
D-AC POWER Switch.

A-Meter.
B-Meter Switch.
C-AC POWER Switch.
D-AC POWER Lamp.

A-Meter.
B-AC POWER Switch.
C-Meter Switch.
D-AC POWER Lamp.

A-AC POWER Lamp.
B-Meter Switch.
C-AC POWER Switch.
D-Meter.
Figure 9-1.

9. The correct names for controls and indicators E through H in the above figure, the
Receiver Fixed Head, are: (Refer to Figure 9-1)

E-SYNC Lamp.
F-LOW SIGNAL Lamp.
G-HIGH SIGNAL Lamp.
H-BUZZER OFF.

E-LOW SIGNAL Lamp.
F-SYNC Lamp.
G-HIGH SIGNAL Lamp.
H-BUZZER OFF.

E-HIGH SIGNAL Lamp.
F-SYNC Lamp.
G-LOW SIGNAL Lamp.
H-BUZZER OFF.
E-LOW SIGNAL Lamp.
F-HIGH SIGNAL Lamp.
G-SYNC Lamp.
H-BUZZER OFF.

Situation: The following is a list of steps which are used to tune the AN/GRC-
103 receiver. Sequence them in the correct order. You may use the figures that
are contained in the last thirteen questions above and the tuning procedure job
aid card. This situation pertains to questions 10 and 11.

(a) Adjust MULT PEAK control for maximum meter reading.
(b) Set receiver meter switch to +12V dc.
(c) Rotate antenna mast to obtain maximum receiver meter reading.
(d) Set receiver meter switch to OSC.
(e) Set receiver meter switch to -12V dc.
(f) Set receiver meter switch to DOUBLER.
(g) Wait until SYNC lamp goes out.
(h) Set receiver meter switch to 12 or 24 CH PCM.
(i) Set receiver meter switch to MULT.
(j) Set receiver meter switch to RCVR SIG.
(k) Set receiver meter switch to OW.

10. When correctly arranged, the first six steps of the receiver tuning procedure, in
order, are those steps labeled:

K,H,J,D,F,I.
E,B,G,D,F,I.
E,B,G,I,F,D.
B,E,G,D,F,I.

11. When correctly arranged, the last six steps of the receiver tuning procedure, in
order, are those steps labeled:

D,F,I,J,C,K.
I,A,J,C,K,H.
D,C,A,H,K,J.
I,A,J,C,H,K.

Situation: Use the figure below, the tuning job aid card, to answer questions 12
and 13.
Figure 3.
Figure 12-1.

12. Which list correctly identifies items "A" through "E" in the above figure, the
Transmitter Fixed Head of Radio Set AN/GRC-103? (Refer to Figure 12-1)

A-Meter.
B-INPUT Control.
C-Meter Switch.
D-AC POWER Switch.
E-AC POWER Lamp.

A-Meter.
B-Meter Switch.
C-INPUT Control.
D-AC POWER Switch.
E-AC POWER Lamp.

A-Meter.
B-INPUT Control.
C-Meter Switch.
D-AC POWER Lamp.
E-AC POWER Switch.
A-Meter.
B-Meter Switch.
C-INPUT Control.
D-AC POWER Lamp.
E-AC POWER Switch.

Figure 13-1.

13. Which list identifies items "F" through "I" in the above figure, the Transmitter Fixed
Head of Radio Set AN/GRC-103? (Refer to Figure 13-1)

F-SYNC Lamp.
G-BUZZER OFF.
H-OVERHEAT Lamp.
I-LOW POWER Lamp.

F-OVERHEAT Lamp.
G-BUZZER OFF.
H-LOW POWER Lamp.
I-SYNC Lamp.

F-LOW POWER Lamp.
G-BUZZER OFF.
H-SYNC Lamp.
I-OVERHEAT Lamp.

F-LOW POWER Lamp.
G-BUZZER OFF.
H-OVERHEAT Lamp.
I-SYNC Lamp.

Figure 14-1.
14. Study the figure above, Antenna Layout and Installation Diagram. Which first
correctly identifies the number of paces and approximate number of feet which will
evenly space the guy anchors around the antenna?

A-30, B-12, C-15, D-6, E-25, F-10, G-25, H-10.
A-6, B-15, C-6, D-15, E-12, F-30, G-12, H-30.
A-12, B-30, C-6, D-15, E-10, F-25, G-10, H-25.
A-10, B-25, C-5, D-12.5, E-8, F-20, G-8, H-20.

Situation: Use the figure below, the turning procedure job aid card, to answer
questions 15 and 16.
Figure 4.

Figure 15-1.

15. Select the answer that identifies indicators and controls A, C, F, G, and H, in the
figure above, the Receiver RF Head. (Refer to Figure 15-1)

A-XMTR CHANNEL Indicator.
C-ANT Connector.
F-RCVR CHANNEL Indicator.
G-FROM XMTR Connector.
H-RCVR CHANNEL Indicator.

A-RCVR CHANNEL Indicator.
C-FROM XMTR Connector.
F-RCVR CHANNEL Indicator.
G-ANT Connector.
H-XMTR CHANNEL Indicator.

A-RCVR CHANNEL Indicator.
C-ANT Connector.
F-RCVR CHANNEL Indicator.
G-FROM XMTR Connector.
H-XMTR CHANNEL Indicator.

A-XMTR CHANNEL Indicator.
C-FROM XMTR Connector.
F-RCVR CHANNEL Indicator.
G-ANT Connector.
H-RCVR CHANNEL Indicator.

Figure 16-1.

16. Controls B, D, E, and I in the above figure, the Receiver RF Head, are identified as:
(Refer to Figure 16-1)

B-RCVR SIG Control.
D-MULT PEAK Control.
E-RCVR CHANNEL Control.
I-XMTR DUPL Control.

B-RCVR CHANNEL Control.
D-MULT PEAK Control.
E-XMTR DUPL Control.
I-RCVR SIG Control.
B-RCVR CHANNEL Control.
D-MUL PEAK Control.
E-RCVR SIG Control.
I-XMTR DUPL Control.

B-XMTR DUPL Control.
D-MULT PEAK Control.
E-RCVR SIG Control.
I-RCVR CHANNEL Control.

Situation: From the following list of actions, select and place in proper
sequence the six steps the organizational repairman would use when replacing
a defective transmitter tube. You may use the figure below to aid you. This
situation pertains to questions 17 and 18.

(a) Remove air baffle assembly.
(b) Press anode end of new tube into socket.
(c) Replace air baffle assembly.
(d) Place defective tube in spare tube socket.
(e) Remove transmitter RF head from transmitter case.
(f) Use tube puller to remove defective tube.
(g) Remove receiver RF head from receiver case.
(h) Open cover on spare tube compartment and remove spare tube.
(i) Remove transmitter fixed head from transmitter case.
(j) Press cathode end of new tube into tube socket.
Figure 5.

17. When in proper sequence, the last three steps used to replace a defective transmitter
tube, in order, are labeled: (Refer to Figure 5)

H,J,D.
H,J,C.
H,B,C.
H,B,D.

18. When in proper sequence the first three steps used to replace a defective transmitter
tube, in order, are labeled: (Refer to Figure 5)

G,A,F.
I,H,F.
E,A,F.
I,A,F.

19. In constructing a 35-foot antenna system how many mast sections are used?

10.
7.
8.
5.
20. The steps below are used to lower the mast section of a 35-foot antenna and
disassemble the launcher and antenna.

(a) Remove spikes from base.
(b) Remove white-coded guys.
(c) Loosen upper guy wires.
(d) Remove reflector.
(e) Lower and remove mast section until guy attachment ring is 18" above launcher
top plate.
(f) Remove red-coded guys.

Which is the correct order for these steps?

E,C,B,F,A,D.
C,E,F,B,A,D.
C,E,B,F,A,D.
C,E,B,A,F,D.

Situation: Use the following list of items associated with the antenna system of
Radio Set AN/GRC-103 and the diagram of the launcher portion of the
antenna mast in the figure below to answer questions 21 and 22.
Figure 6.

21. The names of the items identified by letters E, F, G, and H in the above figure are:
(Refer to Figure 6)

E-Azimuth Plate.
F-Jacking Lever.
G-Automatic Stop.
H-Launcher.

E-Azimuth Plate.
F-Automatic Stop.
G-Jacking Lever.
H-Launcher.

E-Azimuth Plate.
F-Launcher.
G-Jacking Lever.
H-Center Mast Section.
E-Base Plate.
F-Spike.
G-Automatic Stop.
H-Dipole.

22. The names of the items identified by letters A, B, C, and D in the figure above are:
(Refer to Figure 6)

A-Launcher.
B-Center Mast Section.
C-Dipole.
C-Base Plate.
A-Dipole.
B-Center Mast Section.
C-Brake Control Levers.
D-Base Plate.

A-Reflector Attachment Assembly.
B-Spike.
C-Brake Control.
D-Base Plate.

A-Reflector Attachment Assembly.
B-Center Mast Section.
C-Brake Control.
D-Base Plate.

Situation: Use the figure below, the turning procedure job aid card. to answer
questions 23 and 24.
Figure 7.
Figure 23-1.

23. Which list identifies items "A," "C," and "D" in the above figure, the Transmitter
RF Head? (Refer to Figure 23-1)

A-XMTR CHANNEL Indicator.
C-XMTR TUNE Indicator.
D-PWR OUT Connector.

A-XMTR TUNE Indicator.
C-PWR OUT Connector.
D-XMTR CHANNEL Indicator.

A-XMTR TUNE Indicator.
C-XMTR CHANNEL Indicator.
D-PWR OUT Connector.

A-XMTR CHANNEL Indicator.
C-PWR OUT Connector.
D-XMTR TUNE Indicator.

Figure 24-1.

24. Identify controls B, E, and F in the above figure, the Transmitter RF Head. (Refer to
Figure 24-1)

B-PWR OUT PEAK Control.
E-XMTR TUNE Control.
F-XMTR CHANNEL Control.
B-XMTR TUNE Control.
E-XMTR CHANNEL Control.
F-PWR OUT PEAK Control.

B-XMTR CHANNEL Control.
E-XMTR TUNE Control.
F-PWR OUT PEAK Control.

B-XMTR CHANNEL Control.
E-PWR OUT PEAK Control.
F-XMTR TUNE Control.

25. In a 35-foot antenna system the 6 guy wires are anchored to the ground by the use
of:

3 ground rods.
3 snubbers.
6 guy stakes.
3 guy stakes.

26. During an organizational quarterly preventive maintenance inspection, the
following four deficiencies are found.

Deficiency #1: Fungus is found on the inside of the transmitter case.
Deficiency #2: The bearings of the centrifugal fan are excessively noisy.
Deficiency #3: Rust is found on the exterior of the receiver case.
Deficiency #4: Dirt is found in a socket.

Using the following list of possible corrective actions, determine which of the
following statements is the correct action to be taken by an organizational
repairman.

POSSIBLE CORRECTIVE ACTIONS

(A) Remove the sandpaper.
(B) Send to higher category maintenance.
(C) Clean with trichlorethane.
(D) Install indicator lamp.
(E) Spot-paint.
(F) Clean with a brush.
(G) Clean with a rasp.
Corrective actions G and E would be used to correct deficiency #3.
Corrective action A would be used to correct deficiency #1.
Corrective action F would be used to correct deficiency #4.
Corrective action F would be used to correct deficiency #2.

Situation: The following is a list of steps which are used to tune the AN/GRC-
103 transmitter. Sequence them in the correct order. You may use the figures
that are contained in the last ten questions above and the tuning procedure job
aid card. This situation pertains to questions 27 through 29.

(a) Adjust transmitter INPUT control.
(b) Set transmitter meter switch to OSC.
(c) Adjust receiver XMTR DUPL control.
(d) Set transmitter meter switch to DRIVER.
(e) Set RCVR CHANNEL and RCVR SIG controls.
(f) Set receiver meter switch to REFL PWR.
(g) Silence Buzzer.
(h) Turn receiver AC POWER switch to ON.
(i) Set transmitter meter switch to 28V dc.
(j) Set transmitter meter switch to DOUBLER.
(k) Set transmitter meter switch to 600V dc.
(l) Set receiver XMTR CHANNEL control.
(m) Set transmitter meter switch to REFL PWR.
(n) Set transmitter meter switch to 12V dc.
(o) Operate PWR OUT PEAK knob for maximum meter reading.
(p) Set transmitter XMTR CHANNEL and XMTR TUNE controls.
(q) Set transmitter meter switch to PWR OUT.
(r) Turn transmitter AC POWER switch to ON/RESET.
(s) Set transmitter meter switch to MULT.
(t) Set transmitter meter switch to 12 or 24 CH PCM.

27. You have already sequenced the steps for tuning the transmitter. According to your
sequence, steps 7 through 14 are those steps labeled:

B,J,S,D,Q,N,I,K.
Q,D,S,J,B,K,I,N.
N,I,K,B,J,D,Q,S.
N,I,K,B,J,S,D,Q.

28. The final step of the transmitter tuning procedure is the step labeled:

R.
A.
T.
O.
29. In the transmitter tuning procedure, the tuning step following tuning step R is tuning
step:

G.
H.
P.
N.

30. The following are included in operator's daily preventive maintenance checks:

Exterior surfaces, completeness, and cables and connectors.
Cables and connectors, completeness, and air filters.
Air filters, mountings, and antenna guys.
Completeness, operational check, and mountings.

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the answers I submit are the result of my own work and that I
have not had access to copies of answer sheets or solutions from
others.

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