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DOD-STD-35-38 1979 Edition, February 15, 1979
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CRYSTAL UNITS (QUARTZ) AUTOMATED ENGINEERING DOCUMENT PREPARATION SYSTEM
Includes all amendments and changes through Cancellation Notice 4, July 20, 2005
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This dash-numbered part of the Automated Engineering Document Preparation System (AEDPS), provides detailed requirements for the preparation of Military Specification Exception (MSE) documentation for Crystal Units, Quartz.

This military standard provides the necessary information to prepare a Specification Requirement Sheet (SRS) which will be used to generate an MSE by automated data processing.

General instructions, quality assurance provisions, packaging, and notes, applicable to all AEDPS dash-numbered parts have been included in the basic document (DOD-STD-35) to avoid redundancy. Unless otherwise specified in this dash-numbered part, the following list contains additional subjects that are applicable to all AEDPS dash-numbered parts and are included in DOD-STD-35:

a. Writing Methodology

b. Document and Part Numbering

c. Applicable Documents

d. Single and Multi-item Specifications (Tabulation)

e. Keyword Code Index (KCI)

f. General Requirements of AEDPS

It is recommended that MIL-STD-683, Crystal Units (Quartz) and Crystal Holders (Enclosures), Selection of, be reviewed prior to using this dash-numbered part book.

The title code for an MSE shall be selected from one of the MSE titles listed in the Title Index (see table I). Data bases have been established for the generation of MSE's for the MSE titles indicated. If a suitable title code is not contained in the Title Index, leave the title code spaces on the SRS blank, and attach a request for the assignment of a title code. Include in the request the desired title and the base document identifier. A code will be assigned and the code, title, and base document will be made a part of the Title Index.

One of the six-digit codes listed in the Title Index, entered on an SRS, will specify that the title of the MSE will be the title shown in the Title Index.

Each MSE title listed in the Title Index is compatible with the document(s) listed with that title under base document. The list of base documents may or may not be a complete listing. The information shown under coverage is intended for the user's reference; when more than one document is listed for an MSE title, this information will be found useful in determining which of the documents is most suitable for use as the base document.

The MSE title may or may not be the same as the title used in DODISS, FIIG, or the base document. In general, the MSE title uses the basic federal item name listed in Cataloging Handbook H6. However, titles with additional modifying and identifying words are provided to assist in defining the scope of the MSE. Also, less restrictive titles are provided to prevent exclusion of items. TABLE I.  TITLE INDEX.