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ATC332 Final Exam Study Guide The final exam will consist of multiple choice, fill in the blank and short answer questions. There will 60-70 questions. These are the areas I will be testing: 66 questions Primary/secondary radar: Understand how primary radar operates – measures interval between transmitted and received radar pulses Definition of radar mile time it takes for a radar signal to travel one nautical mile Definition of resolution being able to see two targets separate ASR – what range does it cover? 60 nautical ATCRBS (secondary radar) – what airborne equipment does it utilize to provide a data display for the controller? transponder Radios/Landlines/Interphones 2 bandwidths that ATC radios use UHF/VHF VSCS allows controller to access what three systems? Radios, lines and telephones, (satellites) Limited /partial/and full data blocks – be able to tell them apart Select vs non-select mode C or non-Mode C targets (know the 4 symbols for these) ATIS What does ATIS stand for? Automatic terminal What is the purpose/what type of info is on an ATIS? Don’t have to repeat the same information – NON-CONTROL ANK MULTI FUNC Radar Identification Three types of radar services – radar monitioring, nav guidance, separation Radar contact – meaning to pilot I see you and ill give you instruccions and to controller
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