SIGNAL SUBCOURSE 309, INTRODUCTION TO ELECTRONICS
Electronics today is a part of almost every field of endeavor.
entertainment field is a big user of electronics for radio, television, record
players, and tape recorders.
Electronics is used in industry to control
production, maintain records, inventory stock, and guard critical areas, as well as
for many other purposes.
Military uses for electronics include such things as
aiming guns, guiding missiles, dropping bombs, navigating ships and aircraft, and,
of course, communicating.
To operate military electronic equipment, you must have some knowledge of
electronic fundamentals. This subcourse will introduce you to basic electronics.
This subcourse consists of four lessons as follows:
Electron Tubes and Solid-State Devices
Radio Transmission and Reception
Radio Set Components
Credit Hours: 10
You are urged to finish this subcourse without delay; however, there is no
specific limitation on the time you may spend on any lesson or on the examination.
Text and materials furnished:
Subcourse Booklet, Examination,
You may keep the Subcourse Booklet.
Proponency for this subcourse has changed from Signal (SS)
to Missile & Munitions (MM).