11. Assume that you are to transmit information from a situation map regarding tactical deployment of units.
The method of transmission that can convey the desired information in minimum time and with maximum
12. A simple communication system, such as a telephone system, consists of three basic parts. These parts
a. receiver, battery, and feedback link.
b. transmission line, receiver, and battery.
13. One advantage of a telephone communication system over other types of communication systems is that it
a. requires less time to convey the message.
b. provides the most accurate means of communication.
c. permits everyone who wants an instrument to have one.
d. allows transfer of information in a form that everyone understands.
14. In the event that you must send a classified message, you should NOT send it over the telephone because
a. the voice message is easily distorted.
b. there is too much possibility of error.
c. the time required for transmission is too great.
d. a telephone system is the least secure of all wire communication systems.
15. One of the characteristics of a facsimile transmission system is that
a. requires no synchronization.
b. is a high-speed method of transmission.
c. can operate over any normal voice channel.
16. Assume that "ghosts" or shadows appear in a facsimile picture you have received, the principal cause of
this trouble is