TRIAC

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 TRIAC PARAGRAPH FORMAT

Topic, Restriction, Illustration, Analysis, Conclusion

Topic- In today’s business world, it is increaslingly difficult to keep the ethics of a neighborhood “mom and pop” type of store and develop a multi-unti business.

Restrictions- In fact, it seems that as businesses grow, they become less and less able to keep small store ethics.

Illustration- For example, Ben and Jerry’s ice cream company had such a problem that .. [This goes on relating Ben and Jerry’s experiences.]….

 

Analysis- The significance of their experience is that growth demands more than a simple person-to person handshake and cheerful, honest owner. An increase in employees, suppliers, and customers requires superior management and more far-reaching and complex ethical techniques.

Conclusion –

 

TRIAC- Submarine Communication Technology

 

Advanced communication technology in American submarines helps the force compete for scarce funds with other parts of the military. The unique capabilities of the subs are especially needed in surveillance of surface ships and coastal areas and in protecting aircraft carriers from undersea threats. In a Special Report in the April 6, 1998 issue of U.S. News and World Report, Richard J. Newman tells readers that today’s “Subs eaves-drop on radio traffic, drop off and retrieve teams of Navy SEAL special-operation forces, shadow drug traffickers—any mission that requires stealth and silence.” Some of the communication technology used by subs are:

In the stern:

  • long-range listening devices
  • sonar transducers

In the sail:

  • small attack periscope
  • large anti-radar periscope with video cameras
  • floating wire antenna to receive short signals
  • multipurpose antenna masts

In the nose:

  • sonar sphere with nearly 1,000 passive sensor hydrophones
  • fiberglass sound-passing nose cone

Each of these audio and visual technologies is important to the mission of the submarine force in protection and offensive maneuvers. As we decide how to spend decreasing military funds, we should consider making certain an adequate share goes into technical communications for our submarine force.

TRIAC- Submarine Communication Technology

TOPIC

Advanced communication technology in American submarines helps the force compete for scarce funds with other parts of the military.

RESTRICTION

The unique capabilities of the subs are especially needed in surveillance of surface ships and coastal areas and in protecting aircraft carriers from undersea threats.

ILLUSTRATION

In a Special Report in the April 6, 1998 issue of U.S. News and World Report, Richard J. Newman tells readers that today’s “Subs eaves-drop on radio traffic, drop off and retrieve teams of Navy SEAL special-operation forces, shadow drug traffickers—any mission that requires stealth and silence.” Some of the communication technology used by subs are:

In the stern:

  • long-range listening devices
  • sonar transducers

In the sail:

  • small attack periscope
  • large anti-radar periscope with video cameras
  • floating wire antenna to receive short signals
  • multipurpose antenna masts

In the nose:

  • sonar sphere with nearly 1,000 passive sensor hydrophones
  • fiberglass sound-passing nose cone

ANALYSIS & CONCLUSION

Each of these audio and visual technologies is important to the mission of the submarine force in protection and offensive maneuvers. As we decide how to spend decreasing military funds, we should consider making certain an adequate share goes into technical communications for our submarine force.

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