Find a Security Clearance Job!

Military


RDL
Homepage

Table of
Contents

Document
Information

Download
Instructions

INTRODUCTION TO REMBASS

SUBCOURSE NUMBER IT0510

EDITION A

United States Army Intelligence Center
Fort Huachuca, Arizona 85613-6000

3 Credit Hours

Edition Date: June 1992

 

SUBCOURSE OVERVIEW

This subcourse is designed to teach you the general aspects of the remotely monitored battlefield sensor system (REMBASS) system. Contained in this subcourse is instruction on the concept, management, capabilities, and limitations of the REMBASS system. There is also instruction on the different pieces of REMBASS equipment.

There are no prerequisites for this subcourse.

This subcourse reflects the doctrine which was current at the time the subcourse was prepared.

The words "he", "him", "his", and "men", when used in this publication, represent both the masculine and feminine genders unless otherwise stated.

TERMINAL LEARNING OBJECTIVE

ACTION: You will describe the concept, management, capabilities, and limitations of the REMBASS system. You will also identify the characteristics of the different pieces of REMBASS equipment.
CONDITIONS: You will be given narrative information and illustrations from FM 34-10-1.
STANDARDS: You will identify the concept, management, capabilities, and limitations of REMBASS and the identify the characteristics of the different pieces of REMBASS equipment as described in FM 34-10-1.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Subcourse Overview
Lesson 1: REMBASS Concept, Management, Capabilities, and Limitations
  Part A: Concept
  Part B: Management
  Part C: Capabilities
  Part D: Limitations
  Practice Exercise
Lesson 2: REMBASS Equipment
  Part A: Sensors
  Part B: Radio Repeater RT-1175/GSQ
  Part C: Code Programmer C-10434/GSQ
  Part D: Antenna Group OE-239/GSQ
  Part E: Radio Frequency Monitor R-2016/GSQ
  Part F: Sensor Monitoring Set AN/GSQ-187
  Part G: Power Supply PP-8080
  Practice Exercise
IT0510 Edition A Examination
Appendix: Acronym