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Long-range diagnosis done for Chinese naval escort ship

By Chen Dianhong and Mi Jinguo (China Military Online)

08:10, May 28, 2012

(China Military Online)

  The automatic radar plotting aids (ARPA) of a type of radar on the "Yantai" warship of the 11th escort taskforce under the Navy of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA), which was performing the escort mission in the Gulf of Aden, went on a sudden "strike" on the morning of May 24, 2012. The equipment technicians did repeated checks but couldn't clearly determine the cause of the malfunction. They then initiated the diagnosis system of the "Long-range Maintenance and Technical Support for Ship Equipment" in connection with the technical experts of an electronic science and technology department in Shanghai for a video diagnosis, promptly resolving the malfunction.

  According to the briefing, the North China Sea Fleet of the PLA Navy is conducting its first escort mission. Under the active coordination by the PLA Navy equipment authory, the North China Sea Fleet of the PLA Navy had established a collaborative relationship of the long-range equipment support with 400-plus military and civilian experts from dozens of academies, science and technology research institutes, equipment manufacturers as well as various leading organs and troop units prior to its departure.

  The reporters learned that ever since the escort mission started, the technical experts of the collaborative units had carried out timely cross-ocean diagnosis to solve difficult malfunctions on ship equipment through such methods as video guidance, telephone studies, network communication and the like, and had helped the taskforce successfully troubleshoot two malfunctions as well as discover and address three hidden safety risks.

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