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What does TDM stand for?
Time Division Multiplexing
What is the name given to the software that controls these matrices
AZ edit
What is the name for the I/O device on the back of these matrices
Port
what type of cable is used to connect to the I/O of these matrices? (Zeus)
DB9
what type of cable is used to connect to the I/O of these matrices?
RJ11
how many ports are in the Zeus matrix system
24
how many ports are in a fully loaded Adam CS matrix system?
64
how many ports are in a ADAM matrix system?
136-1000
What does SSA stand for?
System to System Adapter.
What does a SSA do to the TW (RTS) system?
Converts to four wire
What are the 5 conversations in AZ edit
point to point
Party line
Isolation
special list
IFB
which conversations in AZedit all private full duplex communication
point to point
which conversation in AZedit group sometimes unrelated people
special list
can the BTR-800 wireless system be integrated into the zeus system, and what would the input switch need to be set at?
yes, telex
what are the 2 properties that make RF
freq and medium
diversity based wireless systems only require the use of 1 atenna
false
non-diversity system only require the use of 2 attennas
false
what will kill an RF system faster than any other issue
intermodulation
name all three transmitter types
belt pack
plug in
handheld
name all three receiver types
stand alone
ENG
cardframe
what does the invers square law apply to
RF