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Operation of Sound-Powered Telephone Circuits - 12097_11
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rephrase   this   message   before   sending   it,   possibly   causing confusion and delay. The OOD should have phrased the message this  way:  “Main  Control  –  Bridge.  What  gas  turbines  and  diesel generators  are  on  the  line?” If a message is phrased correctly, all you have to do is repeat it word for word over your phone. Repeating a message word for word also reduces the chance of transmitting the message incorrectly. If you are originating the message, use correct terminology and phrase the message exactly the way you want it transmitted. If you are relaying the message, keep it as short as possible and ensure  clarity  by  using  specific  terms. Q6. Why  does  the  message  originator  need  to  phrase  the message exactly the way it is to be transmitted? Q7. As a phone talker, you should transmit a message you receive from the originator in what way? THE  CONTROL  STATION One station on each circuit is designated the control station. It is the duty of the controller to know proper control procedures and to ensure that all stations on the circuit know he or she is the controller. The controller must act as the monitor for all circuit transmissions to enforce existing rules and regulations for good sound-powered   telephone   communications. THE PHONE TALKER Most   of   this   manual   discusses   the   operation   of   the sound-powered  telephone  from  the  standpoint  of  the  phone  talker. As a phone talker, you must transmit a message exactly as it is given  to  you.  Therefore,  the  originator  of  the  message  must  give you the exact message he or she wishes to transmit. As a phone talker, you should observe the following general rules: 1-4

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