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AS 132 Ch 5 worksheet wpd

AS 132 Ch 5 worksheet wpd - Ch 5 A 1 What are the 2 main...

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Ch 5 A 1. What are the 2 main types of radar: _________________ ____________________________ Most ATC use a combination of both. 2. Transponders need to be checked every _____ months. 3. All a/c are assigned a “_______________”-- this is aa discrete code to identify your aircraft. 4. Transponders have a ____number combination. The numbers are 0-___. 5. The 4 settings the transponder can be are: off _____________, on, _______________ 6. What is the significance of each of the following transponder frequencies: 7700___________________________ 7600___________________________ 7500___________________________ 1200___________________________ 7777___________________________ 7. There are _____ ARTCC( called centers) around the continental US. 8. Three services they offer would be: _______________________ _______________________ _________________ _ 9. ATIS is defined as _________________________________ information service. It is - pre-recorded and broadcast continuously on a specific frequency -given on the sectional - labeled according to the letter of the alphabet - are updated when airport conditions change -give the metar & notams for the airport 10. The purpose of the FSS- flight service station is to provide__________________ _____________. It is also who you file your_________ ___________ with for a cross country. 11. FSS can also provide: SAR- which is _______________________________in conjunction with ATC/ARTCC DF- which is _______________________________, to help you determine your position in relation to the FSS 1
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12. Enroute you may also contact FSS, this is called _________or Flight Watch, the universal frequency in the US is_________. Section B 1. Radio procedures -VHF-very high frequency between _____________________(frequencies) 2. A transceiver is a ____________________and receiver in one radio. 3. Radios are limited to ______________ -of _____________. 4. When speaking letters over the radio you should use the __________________ alphabet. If speaking numbers, be sure to pronounce 0__________ and 9_______________ 5. All a/c in the US begin call sign or tail number with “N” or ________________. In Mexico begin call sign with”A” or Alpha. 6. Coordinated Universal time (UTC)/ Zulu is the time at the 0 degree longitude which is in ___________________. All time zones in the world are based on this reference. 7. In aviation we reference time to the 24hour clock, thus there is no am or pm. To determine the local time in zulu, you must first convert to ___________. Then adjust for the time zone you are in. - Standard times: Eastern +5 Central +4 Mountain +3 Pacific +2 If daylight savings time ___________(add/subtract) one hour from the conversion time 8. Name 2 states in the US that don’t use daylight sayings time: ____________________ _________________________ 9. CTAF- Common Traffic Advisory Frequency is used at ___________________ uncontrolled airports. This if for all pilots to self -announce their intentions & position.
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