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  1. A minimum of _______________ shall be maintained between any RED processor and:

    (1) Unshielded BLACK signal wires connected to an Radio Frequency (RF) transmitter,

    (2) Unshielded BLACK power lines connected to an RF transmitter,

    (3) BLACK processing equipment having a nonmetallic enclosure with signal wire lines
    connected to an RF transmitter,

    (4) Unshielded BLACK wire lines that exit the inspectable space.
    1 meter (39 inches)
  2. A minimum of 1 meter (39 inches) shall be maintained between any RED processor and:
    (1) Unshielded BLACK signal wires connected to an Radio Frequency (RF) transmitter,

    (2) Unshielded BLACK power lines connected to an RF transmitter,

    • (3) BLACK processing equipment having a nonmetallic enclosure with signal wire lines
    • connected to an RF transmitter,

    (4) Unshielded BLACK wire lines that exit the inspectable space.
  3. RED processors shall be separated from RF transmitters by _______________.
    3 meters (ten feet)
  4. A Black Signal (Shielded) shall be separated from  Red Processors by ______ and Red Cables _________.
    5 cm

    5 cm
  5. A Black Signal (Unshielded) shall be separated from  Red Processors by ______ and Red Cables _________.
    15 cm

    15 cm
  6. A Black Signal (exiting IS) shall be separated from  Red Processors by ______ and Red Cables _________.
    1 M

    5 cm (Increase to 15 cm for parallel runs exceeding 30 meters.)
  7. A Black Signal (connected to RF Transmitter) shall be separated from  Red Processors by ______ and Red Cables _________.
    1 M

    5 cm (Increase to 15 cm for parallel runs exceeding 30 meters.)
  8. A Black Power Line (to Black Transmitter/exit IS) shall be separated from  Red Processors by ______ and Red Cables _________.
    1 M

    5 cm (Increase to 15 cm for parallel runs exceeding 30 meters.)
  9. Exterior walls shall be separated from  Red Processors by ______ and Red Cables _________.
    1 M

    1 M
  10. RF Transmitters shall be separated from  Red Processors by ______ and Red Cables _________.
    3 M

    1 M
  11. ________________ shall not be connected to the same AC distribution/fuse panels as RF transmitters. This does not apply to RED processing equipment that is connected to an AC-DC-AC Uninterruptible Power Source (UPS).
    RED processing equipment
  12. The cables for any _______ telephone that exits the inspectable space shall not be routed with RED cables.
    analog
  13. The telephone instrument shall be separated a minimum of ____________  from any RED data processing equipment with the exception of secure voice stations.
    1 meter (39 inches)
  14. When a STU-III or STE is connected to
    a RED processor (i.e., SDX, SFAX), the RED data cable shall be shielded with the shield bonded to the ______________________.
    connector shell at both ends.
  15. The STU-III and STE can be used as a _______ device to provide an interface with a RED switch.
    trunking
  16. RED and BLACK processing equipment may be installed in the same electronic equipment cabinet or rack only if a ______ separation is maintained between the RED and BLACK processing equipment and grounded metallic enclosures or barriers separating
    both the RED and BLACK processing equipment have been installed. RED and BLACK wirelines shall be shielded.
    30 cm
  17. For any new systems, ______________ shall be used in place of a television.
    a monitor without a tuner
  18. RED metallic wire cables in all locations shall be shielded. This requirement is not applicable to RED _________ cables.
    fiber optic
  19. New installations of cables containing TS information may be run outside of a space accredited to that level of security only when authorized by _____________.
    Commandant (CG-65)
  20. Tempest

    Transmit and receive audio lines shall be balanced twisted pairs with each pair _________________, and the shields insulated from each other.
    nonferrous shielded
  21. Tempest

    When a multi-circuit cable is used, each transmit and receive audio twisted pair shall be nonferrous shielded with all shields insulated, and with an ______________.
    overall insulating sheath
  22. In boats and aircraft, if a cable contains only one secure voice send/receive circuit and does not exceed _______ in length, the  able may have an overall nonferrous braided metallic shield and an overall insulating sheath.
    25 feet
  23. The RED analog voice signal line shall be a ______________. The audio level shall not exceed __________________________, except in the signal line
    between an audio amplifier and a loudspeaker
    600-ohm balanced system

    0 dB referenced to 1 milliwatt (dBm)
  24. VTI Frequency. A complete ___ shall be conducted upon completion of CLIPS or SEIPS installation for new construction, modernization or overhaul where changes have been made to SEIPS or CLIPS.
    VTI
  25. All Visual TEMPEST inspections shall be conducted by a certified ___.
    FTA
  26. The discrepancy list on a VTI shall be at a minimum __________________.
    For Official Use Only (FOUO)
  27. What does VTI stand for?
    Visual Tempest Inspection
  28. Any new installation(s) that affects any portion of the RED processing
    system(s) requires a __________ upon completion of the installation.
    full or partial VTI
  29. Discrepancies shall be corrected within _______ after receipt of the VTI or partial VTI summary report.
    30 working days
  30. Discrepancies found in a VTI beyond the ship’s force capabilities shall be entered in the ship’s _______ for correction by appropriate industrial or support activity. Upon correction of discrepancies the unit shall request a __________.
    CSMP log

    partial VTI
  31. The ___________ summary shall establish a baseline configuration for
    the secure processing system.
    complete VTI
  32. The FTA shall contact ___________________
    _________ for classification guidance if it is believed a VTI discrepancy is compromising.
    TEMPEST Field Operations Manager or the appropriate C4IT-SC TEMPEST Coordinator
  33. ______ VTIs may be conducted to verify that previously reported discrepancies were corrected or to inspect and document additions, deletions or modifications to CLIPS and SEIPS.
    Partial
  34. A ________________ is conducted to determine compliance of all CLIPS and SEIPS with the provisions of this instruction.
    Visual TEMPEST Inspection
  35. The Maintenance Management Policy ____________________________ establishes a requirement for a tool control program in all Coast Guard maintenance operations.
    (COMDTINST 4790.3), reference (g),
  36. Overall adherence to the tool control program is the responsibility of the ___________________________.
    ESD Supervisor and ESD Maintenance Supervisor (MS)
  37. The ____ is responsible for the integrity of the Tool Control log.
    TCPO
  38. The MS shall ensure that a copy of all MPCs completed by the ESD is maintained either electronically or via paper copy for a least _______.
    one year
Author
CDMT
ID
339270
Card Set
Relevant002
Description
gs2000
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