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2013-11-14 08:03:33

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  1. What antenna is show in the picture?
  2. where is the NAV receiver on the T-6?
    right avionics bay

  3. What antenna is highlighted?
    Marker beacon antenna
  4. VHF NAV, EHSI and RMU are powered on what bus?
  5. EADI is powered on what bus?

  6. What antenna is highlighted?
  7. DME receiver is located where?
    right avionics bay
  8. DME is one what bus?
  9. What kind of transponder does ATC use?
    Mode A and 4096 separate codes
  10. What does Mode C do?
    adds automatic altitude reporting to the basic Mode A

  11. What antenna is shown?
  12. How long does the transponder transmit when the IDT button is pressed?
    20 sec
  13. Transponder is on what bus?
  14. The NACWS computer is located where?
    left avionics bay
  15. NACWS is on what bus?

  16. what antennas are show?
  17. After pulling the trigger on the stick, how long will NACWS information be displayed?
    7 sec
  18. how many and when can the NACWS not identify aircraft?
    • up to 35 aircraft
    • Aircraft w/out transponders will not be seen

  19. What is indicated by the NACWS?
    • Traffic above - upward triangle; between 400-900' above present altitude (+06)
    • Traffic on altitude - rectangle; +/-300' of a/c
    • Traffic below - down triangle;¬†between 400-900' below present altitude (+08)
    • Upward/downward triangle w/no altitude tag denotes traffic 1000-1200' off altitude

  20. what does the NACWS depict?
    • Traffic unknown altitude - white circle
    • TA - traffic advisory; any yellow filled and flashing symbol
    • No threat traffic - any white, open, non-flashing symbol
  21. How does the NACWS enroute mode work?
    • (TA) zone - 1.0NM; Time - 20sec
  22. What is the protection when the NACWS range is set to 1.5NM landing mode?
    • TA zone - 0.1NM; Time - 10 sec; Range - 1.5NM
  23. NACWS passive mode:
    • default
    • 25 aircraft
    • displays up to 8 of the most threatening
  24. Active mode on NACWS
    • if passive mode is unavailable
    • will look for a/c with transponders w/in 6NM radius
    • No bearing information is displayed
    • Up to of the most threatening will be displayed
  25. TAS volume limits:
    • Normal: 2700 above, 2700 below a/c
    • Above mode: 8700 above, 2700 below a/c
    • Below mode: 2700 above, 8700 below a/c
  26. Where is the TAS processor?
    left avionics bay
  27. What bus is the TAS on?

  28. What is shown on the TAS?
    • Proximity traffic
    • +/-1200' relative altitude
    • within 5NM

  29. What does the TAS indicate?
    • Traffic advisory (TA)
    • intruder a/c approach is 15-30sec
  30. TAS symbology:
    • Non-threat- open white diamond, alt +/-1200, or >5NM
    • Proximity traffic- filled diamond, w/in +/-1200, and w/in 5NM
    • TA- yellow circle, 15-30sec
    • No
  31. TAS sensitivity Level A:
    • Landing gear extended
    • Vertical separation <600' will occur in 20sec
    • Vertical separation <600', horizontal separation <0.2NM
    • Horizontal separation, altitude unknown w/in 15sec or 0.2NM
  32. TAS sensitivity level B:
    • Landing gear retracted
    • Vertical separation <800', w/in 30sec
    • Vertical separation <800' is less than 0.55NM
    • Horizontal separation, altitude unknown, w/in 20sec or 0.55NM
  33. Other traffic on TAS:
    intruders relative altitude is > +/-1200 or > 5NM

  34. What antenna is shown?
  35. GPS is located on what bus?
  36. how many flight plans can the GPS store?
    • 25
    • each with 30 waypoints
  37. How is the active flight plan titled?
    FPL 0