In a RADAR using digital video processing, a bright, wide ring appears at a fixed distance from the center of the display on all digital ranges. The transmitter is operating normally. What receiver circuit would you suspect is causing the problem?
VRM circuit. (4% chose this)
Video storage RAM or shift register. (77% chose this)
A circuit card in a RADAR system has just been replaced with a spare card. You notice the voltage level at point E in Fig. 8F12 is negative 4.75 volts when the inputs are all at 5 volts. The problem is:
The 25 K resistor is open. (5% chose this)
The 100 K resistor has been mistakenly replaced with a 50 K resistor. (8% chose this)
The op amp is at the rail voltage. (5% chose this)
The 50 K resistor has been mistakenly replaced with a 25 K resistor. (82% chose this)
A RADAR transmitter is operating on 3.0 GHz and the reflex klystron local oscillator, operating at 3.060 GHz, develops a 60 MHz IF. If the magnetron drifts higher in frequency, the AFC system must cause the klystron repeller plate to become:
The impedance total (ZO) of a transmission line can be calculated by ZO = √L/C when L and C are known. When a section of transmission line contains 250 microhenries of L and 1000 picofarads of C, its impedance total (ZO) will be:
When you examine the RADAR you notice that there is no target video in the center of the CRT. The blank spot gets smaller in diameter as you increase the range scale. What operator front panel control could be misadjusted?
In the circuit shown in Fig. 8A4, U5 pins 1 and 4 are high and both are in the reset state. Assume one clock cycle occurs of Clk A followed by one cycle of Clk B. What are the output states of the two D-type flip flops?