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Summary - 14232_44
CIRCUIT  DESIGNATIONS Circuit designations are characterized by a letter and number code.  The  21JS4  primary  battle  circuit,  for  example,  is  identified as follows: the numerals 21 indicate the purpose of the circuit; the letter J denotes sound power; the letters  S means  general purpose (radar, sonar, and electronic countermeasures [ECM] information);  and  the  numeral  4  indicates  a  particular  station  in the circuit. The same circuit in the auxiliary system is X21JS4. All auxiliary and supplementary circuit designations are preceded by the letter X. Supplementary circuits are easily identified as such because they have no letter after the letter  J. Q14. What does the letter J mean in sound-powered circuit designations? Q15. How can you identify a supplementary circuit? The  following  are  some  typical  shipboard  sound-powered circuit  designations: CIRCUIT DESIGNATION CIRCUIT TITLE JA 1JG JL 1JS 21JS 61JS 1JV 4JV JW JX Captain’s  battle  circuit Aircraft control circuit Lookout circuit Combat  information  center  informa- tion  circuit Surface search radar circuit Sonar  information  circuit Maneuvering  and  docking  circuit Engineering  circuit  (fuel  and  stability) Ship-control  bearing  circuit Radio  and  signals  circuit 3-11

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