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1. Scope

MODEL 172 MAINTENANCE MANUAL (Rev 20) 23-00-00 (Rev 8)

COMMUNICATIONS- GENERAL

A. This chapter describes and provides maintenance instructions for equipment which furnishes a means of communicating from one part of the airplane to another, and between the airplane and other airplanes or ground stations

B. Additional information on communications equipment can be found in the Wiring Diagram Manual supplied with the airplane.

C. Technical publications available from the manufacturer of the various components and systems which are not covered in this manual must be utilized as required for maintenance of those components and systems.

2. Tools and Equipment

NOTE: Equivalent substitutes may be used for the following items:

NAME

NUMBER

Type

I,

PR1440

Class

B-2

Sealant

Bonding me-

Keithley

ter

Model 580

Megohm-

Model 2850

meter

3. Definition

MANUFACTUR-

ER

Courtaulds

Aerospace

5426

San

Fer-

nando Rd.

Glendale,

CA

91209

Keithley

Instru-

ments, Inc. Instrument Divi- sion 28775 Aurora Rd.

Cleveland

,

OH

44139

Associated Re- search, Inc. 3773 W. Belmont Ave.

Chicago,

IL

60618

USE

To fay seal antenna to fuselage.

To check electri- cal bonding connec- tions.

To check resistance of static wicks.

A. Information contained in this chapter provides the basic procedures which can be accomplished at the flight line level; such as, removal and installation of components and system operation.

B. This chapter is divided into sections to aid maintenance personnel in locating information. A brief description of each section is as follows:

(1) The speech communication section describes radio equipment used for reception and transmission of voice communication.

(2)

The audio integrating system section describes that portion of the system which controls

(3)

the output of the communications and navigation receivers into the pilot and passengers headphones and speakers, and the output of the pilot’s microphone into the communications transmitters. The static discharging section describes the static discharge wicks used to dissipate static electricity.

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