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CHAPTER 4 SOUND-POWERED TELEPHONE  EXERCISES LEARNING OBJECTIVES Upon completing this chapter, you should be able to do the following: .   Apply the basic sound-powered telephone talker circuit procedures. The  following  exercises  provide  some  practical  training  that will  improve  phone  talker  skills.  These  exercises  maybe  used  as part of a phone-talker training program or as practice sessions by individual groups of phone talkers. Each exercise consists of a scenario  involving  four  phone  talkers. Before starting the practice session, run through each scenario several  times. After each practice session, evaluate the drill, individually or as a group, so that you can correct any problems. You  will  be  surprised  by  how  much  each  practice  session improves the skills of each phone talker. To add variety and expand the quality of this training, you can enlarge the scenarios in this manual or develop entirely new ones. You can also record practice sessions and then allow the group  to  listen  to  the  recording  to  identify  and  correct  problems. EXERCISES Each of the following exercises consists of three parts: (1) a  fictitious  scenario,  (2)  a  list  of  the  phone  talker  stations involved in the scenario, and (3) the transmission each phone talker should make. First read the scenario aloud and make sure all phone talkers understand the situation. Then assign each phone  talker  a  role  and  begin  the  practice  session. 4-1

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