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C-scopes require an indicator that presents range data for which of the
following reasons?
1. At some ranges, targets appear as a single spot on the C-scope
2. At different ranges, targets and bearings appear as multiple spots on the C-scope
3. At different ranges and the same bearing, targets appear as a single spot
4. At the same ranges and different bearings, targets appear as a single spot
At different ranges and the same bearing, targets appear as a single spot
Which of the following displays provides a maplike presentation that is practically an exact replica of the region scanned by the radar antenna?
1. A-scope
2. C-scope
3. PPI
4. RHI
PPI
Which of the following radar
characteristics depends on
transmitted power, PRF, and receiver sensitivity?
1. Range
2. Azimuth
3. Resolution
4. Accuracy
Range
Radar resolution includes range and azimuth resolution. Which of the following is a description that identifies azimuth resolution?
1. Minimum resolvable target
separation at different ranges
2. A function of antenna beamwidth and the range of the targets
3. The targets must be separated by at least two beamwidths
4. The ability to separate targets at different ranges but on the same bearing
A function of antenna beamwidth and the range of the targets
Which of the following are factors that affect radar?
1. Maintenance and knowledge
2. Peak power, pulsewidths, and beamwidth
3. Receiver sensitivity,
indicators, and antenna
4. All of the above
All of the above
Of the following components, which one can be shared by the radar and IFF?
1. Transmitter
2. Indicator
3. Interrogator
4. Transponder
Indicator
Which of the following navigation terms is the horizontal direction in
which the aircraft is pointing?
1. Course
2. Bearing
3. Heading
4. Position
Bearing
Which of the following terms is used to identify any point on the earth?
1. Poles
2. Circles
3. Parallels and meridians
4. Latitude and longitude
Latitude and longitude
Which of the following is the net result of declination and the error
in a magnetic compass?
1. Variation
2. Deviation
3. Compass error
4. Magnetic dip
Deviation
Which of the following signals are generated by the one-shot multivibrator of an A-scope?
1. Range marks
2. Negative gate pulse
3. Positive gate pulse
4. Both 2 and 3 above
Both 2 and 3 above
What variables are possible when using a B-scan display?
1. Range only
2. Azimuth only
3. Intelligence only
4. Range, azimuth, and intelligence
Range, azimuth, and intelligence
Which of the following types of navigation involves dead-reckoning and is independent of environmental conditions?
1. Inertial
2. Radio
3. Radar
4. All of the above
Inertial
Navigation is the process of
directing a vehicle from one point to another. Into which of the following
categories can navigation be divided?
1. Position fixing
2. Dead reckoning
3. Both 1 and 2 above
Both 1 and 2 above
Which of the following statements represents the formula F = ma?
1. A body continues in its state of rest unless it is compelled to change
2. A body at rest tends to remain at rest, and a body in motion tends to remain in motion
3. A force is equal to the current necessary to move an object 1 meter
4. Acceleration is proportional to the resultant force, and is in
the same direction as the force
Acceleration is proportional to the resultant force, and is in the same direction as the force
Which of the following
characteristics would an ideal nnavigation system possess?
1. Global coverage
2. Active operation
3. Susceptibility to countermeasures
Global coverage
C-scopes require an indicator that presents range data for which of the
following reasons?
1. At some ranges, targets appear as a single spot on the C-scope
2. At different ranges, targets and bearings appear as multiple spots on the C-scope
3. At different ranges and the same bearing, targets appear as a single spot
4. At the same ranges and different bearings, targets appear as a single spot
At different ranges and the same bearing, targets appear as a single spot
Which of the following displays provides a maplike presentation that is practically an exact replica of the region scanned by the radar antenna?
1. A-scope
2. C-scope
3. PPI
4. RHI
PPI
Which of the following radar
characteristics depends on
transmitted power, PRF, and receiver sensitivity?
1. Range
2. Azimuth
3. Resolution
4. Accuracy
Range
Radar resolution includes range and azimuth resolution. Which of the following is a description that identifies azimuth resolution?
1. Minimum resolvable target
separation at different ranges
2. A function of antenna beamwidth and the range of the targets
3. The targets must be separated by at least two beamwidths
4. The ability to separate targets at different ranges but on the same bearing
A function of antenna beamwidth and the range of the targets
Which of the following are factors that affect radar?
1. Maintenance and knowledge
2. Peak power, pulsewidths, and beamwidth
3. Receiver sensitivity,
indicators, and antenna
4. All of the above
All of the above
Of the following components, which one can be shared by the radar and IFF?
1. Transmitter
2. Indicator
3. Interrogator
4. Transponder
Indicator
Which of the following navigation terms is the horizontal direction in
which the aircraft is pointing?
1. Course
2. Bearing
3. Heading
4. Position
Bearing
Which of the following terms is used to identify any point on the earth?
1. Poles
2. Circles
3. Parallels and meridians
4. Latitude and longitude
Latitude and longitude
Which of the following is the net result of declination and the error
in a magnetic compass?
1. Variation
2. Deviation
3. Compass error
4. Magnetic dip
Deviation
Which of the following signals are generated by the one-shot multivibrator of an A-scope?
1. Range marks
2. Negative gate pulse
3. Positive gate pulse
4. Both 2 and 3 above
Both 2 and 3 above
What variables are possible when using a B-scan display?
1. Range only
2. Azimuth only
3. Intelligence only
4. Range, azimuth, and intelligence
Range, azimuth, and intelligence
Which of the following types of navigation involves dead-reckoning and is independent of environmental conditions?
1. Inertial
2. Radio
3. Radar
4. All of the above
Inertial
Navigation is the process of
directing a vehicle from one point to another. Into which of the following
categories can navigation be divided?
1. Position fixing
2. Dead reckoning
3. Both 1 and 2 above
Both 1 and 2 above
Which of the following statements represents the formula F = ma?
1. A body continues in its state of rest unless it is compelled to change
2. A body at rest tends to remain at rest, and a body in motion tends to remain in motion
3. A force is equal to the current necessary to move an object 1 meter
4. Acceleration is proportional to the resultant force, and is in
the same direction as the force
Acceleration is proportional to the resultant force, and is in the same direction as the force
Which of the following
characteristics would an ideal nnavigation system possess?
1. Global coverage
2. Active operation
3. Susceptibility to countermeasures
Global coverage
C-scopes require an indicator that presents range data for which of the
following reasons?
1. At some ranges, targets appear as a single spot on the C-scope
2. At different ranges, targets and bearings appear as multiple spots on the C-scope
3. At different ranges and the same bearing, targets appear as a single spot
4. At the same ranges and different bearings, targets appear as a single spot
At different ranges and the same bearing, targets appear as a single spot
Which of the following displays provides a maplike presentation that is practically an exact replica of the region scanned by the radar antenna?
1. A-scope
2. C-scope
3. PPI
4. RHI
PPI
Which of the following radar
characteristics depends on
transmitted power, PRF, and receiver sensitivity?
1. Range
2. Azimuth
3. Resolution
4. Accuracy
Range
Radar resolution includes range and azimuth resolution. Which of the following is a description that identifies azimuth resolution?
1. Minimum resolvable target
separation at different ranges
2. A function of antenna beamwidth and the range of the targets
3. The targets must be separated by at least two beamwidths
4. The ability to separate targets at different ranges but on the same bearing
A function of antenna beamwidth and the range of the targets
Which of the following are factors that affect radar?
1. Maintenance and knowledge
2. Peak power, pulsewidths, and beamwidth
3. Receiver sensitivity,
indicators, and antenna
4. All of the above
All of the above
Of the following components, which one can be shared by the radar and IFF?
1. Transmitter
2. Indicator
3. Interrogator
4. Transponder
Indicator
Which of the following navigation terms is the horizontal direction in
which the aircraft is pointing?
1. Course
2. Bearing
3. Heading
4. Position
Bearing
Which of the following terms is used to identify any point on the earth?
1. Poles
2. Circles
3. Parallels and meridians
4. Latitude and longitude
Latitude and longitude
Which of the following is the net result of declination and the error
in a magnetic compass?
1. Variation
2. Deviation
3. Compass error
4. Magnetic dip
Deviation
Which of the following signals are generated by the one-shot multivibrator of an A-scope?
1. Range marks
2. Negative gate pulse
3. Positive gate pulse
4. Both 2 and 3 above
Both 2 and 3 above
What variables are possible when using a B-scan display?
1. Range only
2. Azimuth only
3. Intelligence only
4. Range, azimuth, and intelligence
Range, azimuth, and intelligence
Which of the following types of navigation involves dead-reckoning and is independent of environmental conditions?
1. Inertial
2. Radio
3. Radar
4. All of the above
Inertial
Navigation is the process of
directing a vehicle from one point to another. Into which of the following
categories can navigation be divided?
1. Position fixing
2. Dead reckoning
3. Both 1 and 2 above
Both 1 and 2 above
Which of the following statements represents the formula F = ma?
1. A body continues in its state of rest unless it is compelled to change
2. A body at rest tends to remain at rest, and a body in motion tends to remain in motion
3. A force is equal to the current necessary to move an object 1 meter
4. Acceleration is proportional to the resultant force, and is in
the same direction as the force
Acceleration is proportional to the resultant force, and is in the same direction as the force
Which of the following
characteristics would an ideal nnavigation system possess?
1. Global coverage
2. Active operation
3. Susceptibility to countermeasures
Global coverage
C-scopes require an indicator that presents range data for which of the
following reasons?
1. At some ranges, targets appear as a single spot on the C-scope
2. At different ranges, targets and bearings appear as multiple spots on the C-scope
3. At different ranges and the same bearing, targets appear as a single spot
4. At the same ranges and different bearings, targets appear as a single spot
At different ranges and the same bearing, targets appear as a single spot
Which of the following displays provides a maplike presentation that is practically an exact replica of the region scanned by the radar antenna?
1. A-scope
2. C-scope
3. PPI
4. RHI
PPI
Which of the following radar
characteristics depends on
transmitted power, PRF, and receiver sensitivity?
1. Range
2. Azimuth
3. Resolution
4. Accuracy
Range
Radar resolution includes range and azimuth resolution. Which of the following is a description that identifies azimuth resolution?
1. Minimum resolvable target
separation at different ranges
2. A function of antenna beamwidth and the range of the targets
3. The targets must be separated by at least two beamwidths
4. The ability to separate targets at different ranges but on the same bearing
A function of antenna beamwidth and the range of the targets
Which of the following are factors that affect radar?
1. Maintenance and knowledge
2. Peak power, pulsewidths, and beamwidth
3. Receiver sensitivity,
indicators, and antenna
4. All of the above
All of the above
Of the following components, which one can be shared by the radar and IFF?
1. Transmitter
2. Indicator
3. Interrogator
4. Transponder
Indicator
Which of the following navigation terms is the horizontal direction in
which the aircraft is pointing?
1. Course
2. Bearing
3. Heading
4. Position
Bearing
Which of the following terms is used to identify any point on the earth?
1. Poles
2. Circles
3. Parallels and meridians
4. Latitude and longitude
Latitude and longitude
Which of the following is the net result of declination and the error
in a magnetic compass?
1. Variation
2. Deviation
3. Compass error
4. Magnetic dip
Deviation
Which of the following signals are generated by the one-shot multivibrator of an A-scope?
1. Range marks
2. Negative gate pulse
3. Positive gate pulse
4. Both 2 and 3 above
Both 2 and 3 above
What variables are possible when using a B-scan display?
1. Range only
2. Azimuth only
3. Intelligence only
4. Range, azimuth, and intelligence
Range, azimuth, and intelligence
Which of the following types of navigation involves dead-reckoning and is independent of environmental conditions?
1. Inertial
2. Radio
3. Radar
4. All of the above
Inertial
Navigation is the process of
directing a vehicle from one point to another. Into which of the following
categories can navigation be divided?
1. Position fixing
2. Dead reckoning
3. Both 1 and 2 above
Both 1 and 2 above
Which of the following statements represents the formula F = ma?
1. A body continues in its state of rest unless it is compelled to change
2. A body at rest tends to remain at rest, and a body in motion tends to remain in motion
3. A force is equal to the current necessary to move an object 1 meter
4. Acceleration is proportional to the resultant force, and is in
the same direction as the force
Acceleration is proportional to the resultant force, and is in the same direction as the force
Which of the following
characteristics would an ideal nnavigation system possess?
1. Global coverage
2. Active operation
3. Susceptibility to countermeasures
Global coverage