Course Number: B1602 - NOAA WEATHER RADIO TRANSMITTER - SRS
Type of Course: Residence
- 3 days (and 24 hours self-study prerequisite)
Overview:The NWR class employs multiple instruction delivery mechanisms for
cost efficient and effective learning.
This training consists of two principal venues:
- Student Self-Study (on-site). This is CBT (Computer-Based Instruction)
from multi-media CD-ROM and also hard copy materials.
- NWSTC classroom and lab. At the conclusion of the self-study portion,
students will travel to NWSTC for hands-on training and skills verification.
Objectives: To provide the electronic technician with the skills
required to install, align and maintain the NOAA
Weather Radio warning transmitter at established
National Weather Service standards.
Content: The course consists of the theory of operation,
circuit analysis and practical application of
diagnostic techniques of an operational NOAA Weather
Radio warning transmitter.
Theory and laboratory exercises are conducted on the
SRS TX B222 (SR416D and SR416ST)
- SR402RA Remote Control Unit.
- SR402A VHF-FM Exciter.
- SR410A VHF Power Amplifier.
- SR415 Maintenance Panel.
- AR-409 VHF Cavity.
- Single Unit Interface Assembly.
Prerequisites: Prior to attending the residence course, the following should be completed:
Materials: All materials are provided.