# A plus or minus 6 b plus or minus 8 c plus or minus 4

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A) Plus or minus 6°.B) Plus or minus 8°.*C) Plus or minus 4°.When using VOT to make a VOR receiver check, the CDI should be centered and the OBS
should indicate that the aircraft is on the
How should the pilot make a VOR receiver check when the aircraft is located on thedesignated checkpoint on the airport surface?
When the CDI needle is centered during an airborne VOR check, the omni-bearingselector and the OBS indicator should readwithin 6 of the selected radial.When checking a dual VOR system by use of a VOT, which illustration indicates theVOR's are satisfactory?
While airborne, what is the maximum permissible variation between the two indicatedbearings when checking one VOR system against the other?A) Plus or minus 6° when set to identical radials of a VOR.B) Plus or minus 4° when set to identical radials of a VOR.* C) 4° between the two indicated bearings to a VOR.How should the pilot make a VOR receiver check when the airplane is located on the
designated checkpoint on the airport surface?
Which is an acceptable range of accuracy when performing an operational check of dualVOR's using one system against the other?
Where can the VOT frequency for a particular airport be found?Which indications are acceptable tolerances when checking both VOR receivers by use
of the VOT?A) 001° FROM and 005° FROM, respectively.* B) 176° TO and 003° FROM, respectively.C) 360° TO and 003° TO, respectively.
In which publication can the VOR receiver ground checkpoint(s) for a particular airportbe found?Which is the maximum tolerance for the VOR indication when the CDI is centered and the
aircraft is directly over the airborne checkpoint?Which distance is displayed by the DME indicator?

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