High power amplifier subsystem parts needed!
I manage the AN/TSC-156, Phoenix Tactical SHF SHF
Noun 1. SHF - 3 to 30 gigahertz
radio frequency - an electromagnetic wave frequency between audio and infrared Satellite Terminal, NSN 5895-01-542-7716, for C-E LCMC LCMC Life Cycle Management Command (US Army)
LCMC Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ
LCMC Life-Cycle Management Center
LCMC Lancaster Centre for Management in China
LCMC Lake Charles Manufacturing Complex , and I have a shortage problem.
The Phoenix can operate over military satellite frequencies, X-band and Ka-band, and commercial satellite frequencies, C-band and Ku-band. To help them operate, high power amplifier (HPA) subsystems are part of the antenna subsystem. There is a shortage of the HPAs for the Ka-band, NSN 5996-01-534-6853, and for the tri-band (X-, C-, and KU-), NSN 5996-01-520-9570.
The shortage stems from a couple of problems, but the one I need the Soldiers to help with is turning in unserviceable HPAs for repair. This is not being done!
There is a huge unserviceable credit value for both of these HPAs, so there is monetary incentive for this turn-in!
CECOM CECOM Communications Electronics Command (US Army)
CECOM National Center for Communications of the Civil Protection Agency URC
Thanks for the info, Allison. Soldiers, without amplification, signals will not reach the intended satellite and the Phoenix is just a large lump in the road. Check your shops and turn in those unserviceables. By-the-way, the repair time for these HPAs is a lot shorter than the procurement time for a new one. In fact, before a new one comes your way, that bump in the road will be covered with moss.