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WHAT ARE THE GENERAL OPERATING PROCEDURES OF TRANSMITTING TECHNIQUES?





RULES FOR TRANSMITTING NUMBER




WHICH RULE DO YOU HAVE WITH THE TRANSMIT SWITCH?
         




WHY IS A STANDARD PHRASEOLOGY SO IMPORTANT?




WHICH LANGUAGES ARE USED?




WHAT HAPPENS IN A SITUATION WHICH YOU CANT USE THE STANDARD PHRASEOLOGY?
         


WHEN SHALL HUNDRETS & THOUSANDS BE USED?




RULES WITH DECIMAL POINT




FREQUENCIES
         
HOW DO YOU REED THE FOLLOWING FREQUENCIES?

132.000
132.005
132.010
132.025
132.200




NUMBERS IN TRAFFIC INFORMATION




TRANSMISSION OF TIME
         

HOW SHOULD BE THE FOLLOWING TIMES TRANSMITTED?

08:10
15:34
07:00

TIME CHECK 14:23:36
CORRECTLY PRONOUNCE THE FOLLOWING NUMBERS!

RVR 800M
Vis 1500m
Heading 130
121.750
Flight Level 310
QNH 1009
6500 Feet
Flight Level 300



CATEGORIES OF MESSAGE / ORDER OF PRIORITY (1)
         




CATEGORIES OF MESSAGE / ORDER OF PRIORITY (2)




ESTABLISHIN RT COMMUNICATION




UNCERTAIN OF IDENTIFICATION
         




RULE FOR THE INITIAL CALL





GENERAL BROADCAST (1)




GENERAL BROADCAST (2)
         




RADIO CHECK (1)




RADIO CHECK (2)

EXAMPLE




REPLY OF RADIO CHECK
         




REPLY OF RADIO CHECK

EXAMPLE




TRANSFER OF COM



TRANSFER OF COM AT (OR OVER) (TIME AND PLACE) CONTACT (UNIT CALL SIGN) (FREQUENCY)
         



TRANSFER OF COM AT (OR OVER) (TIME AND PLACE) CONTACT (UNIT CALL SIGN) (FREQUENCY) (2)




TRANSFER OF COM AT (OR OVER) (TIME AND PLACE) CONTACT (UNIT CALL SIGN) (FREQUENCY) (3)




AIRCRAFT AND GROUND STATION CALL SIGNS
         




APPROACH APP


TOWER TWR

GROUND GND

DELIVERY CLD

APRON


INFROMATION FIC

DELTA

TERMINAL
         





SOME CALL SIGNS YOU WILL USE




AIRCRAFT CALL SIGNS




ABBREVIATED CALL SIGNS
         





CALLSIGNS OF OPERATORS





MILITARY CALL SIGNS




NICE TO KNOW ABOUT ABBREVIATIONS
         




GENERAL RULES FOR CALL SIGNS




EXAMPLES OF CALL SIGNS




STARTING NEW TRANSMISSION
         




GENERAL RULES FOR CALL SIGNS




CHANGE OF CALL SIGN




CHANGE OF CALL SIGN (2)
         




STANDARD WORDS AND PHRASES
(GENERAL)




AKNOWLEDGE


AFFIRM

APPROVED

BREAK
         





BREAK BREAK



CANCEL

CHECK

CLEARED



CONFIRM

CONTACT
         



CORRECT

CORRECTION



DISREGARD


HOW DO YOU READ
I SAY AGAIN

MAINTAIN
         



MONITOR

NEGATIVE



READ BACK

RECLEARED



REPORT

REQUEST
         




ROGER




EXAMPLE FOR BAD USING ROGER
SAY AGAIN



SPEAK SLOWER



STANDBY
         
UNABLE






VERIFY





WILCO




WORDS TWICE

Hardly ever used
         
EXPEDITE





IMMEDIATELY




READ BACK




WHAT DOES THE PILOT HAVE TO READ BACK?
         




WHAT DOES THE PILOT HAVE TO READ BACK? (2)





RULES FOR READBACK





CONDITIONAL CLEARANCE
         




AKNOWLEDGEMENT WITH ..WILCO... TO CLEAR AND UNAMBIGIGUOUS INSTRUCTIONS




ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF INFORMATION ABOUT WEATHER, WIND, RWY CONDITIONS, WIP,...





ACKNOWLEDGEMENT BY A CONTROLLER
         




NOTE ABOUT ACKNOWLEDGEMENT




EXAMPLES OF READ BACK




NOTE ABOUT READBACK
         




PRINCIPLE OF IDENTIFICATION




POSITION INFORMATION





INITIAL CALL (POSSIBLE SITUATION)
         




SQUAWK CHANGE





IF UNSURE ABOUT IDENTIFICATION




IF UNSURE ABOUT IDENTIFICATION (2)
         




SQUAWK STANDBY





MALFUNCTIONING TRANSPONDER





VERIFY MODE C
         




IF UNABLE TO VERIFY MODE C READOUT




IF UNABLE TO VERIFY MODE C READOUT





ENROUTE CLEARANCE AND POSITON REPORTING
         




ENROUTE CLEARANCE (2)

FULL ICAO CLEARANCE





READ BACK OF ENROUTE CLEARANCE




ISSUING THE CLEARANCE
         




SUBSEQUENT REPORT




POSITION REPORTING





WHEN POSITION REPORTING
         




PHRASEOLOGY OF POSITION REPORTING





ATC ROUT CLEARANCE



WHAT DO YOU HAVE TO DO BEFORE PROVIDING RADAR SERVICE TO AN AIRCRAFT?
         




ICAO POSITZION REPORT




WHAT ARE THE ELEMENTS OF AN ICAO ENROUTE CLEAREANCE?





WHAT ARE THE ELEMENTS OF A STANDARD ICAO ATC ROUTE CLEARANCE?
         





ENRUOUTE CLEARANCE




ENROUTE CLEARANCES

LABEL OBSERVED - NO POS. REPORT AND ESTIMATE




ENROUTE CLEARANCES

LABEL OBSERVED - POS. REPORT AND ESTIMATE
         




ENROUTE CLEARANCES

NO ID, INSIDE FIR




ENROUTE CLEARANCES

PRIOR ENTERING FIR, NO ID



CLIMB AND DESCEND
         



EXPEDITE

REPORT

RATE OF CLIMB / DESCENT




RATE OF CLIMB / DESCENT




IMMEDIATELY
         




EXPECT
STOPPING CLIMB/DESCENT


MAINTAINING A FLIGHT LEVEL



CONTINUE

CROSS





TRAFFIC INFORMATION
         




DESCRIPTION WORDS FOR TRAFFIC INFO
IMMEDIATE COLLISION HAZARD




UNVERIFIED LEVEL


UNKNOWN TYPE AND LEVEL




UPDATING PILOTS ABOUT TRAFFIC
         




REASON FOR VECTORING


PHRASEOLOGY IN VECTORING




SHORTEST WAY





VECTORING WITH DEGREES
         




VECTORING WITH THE WORD ...LEAVE...





VECTORING DUE TO RESTRICTED AREA




WHEN CLEAR OF RESTRICTED AREA
         
VECTORING AROUND WEATHER

PILOT WILL TELL YOU THE HEADING THEY WANT TO FLY


IF PILOT DOES NOT MENTION THE WEATHER, INFORM ABOUT ITS PRESENCE




WHAT DOES ATIS MEAN?




WHAT DOES VOLMET MEAN?
         




PREPARATION OF ATIS
TOWER DUTIES CONCERNING ATIS

1) Aircraft requesting start-up should acknowledge receipt of the ATIS. If they dont mention it, request them to do so.

2) If an aircraft acknowledges receipt of an ATIS broadcast which is no longer corrent, transmit without delay any element of info needing updating.
TOWER DUTIES CONCERNING ATIS

3) Info contained in the current ATIS and the receipt of which has been acknowledged, need not to be transmitted, expept surface wind, RVR and altimeter setting (QNH)

4) Inform pilot of significant changes which occured after ATIS and tell AIS to update
         



CONTAINING OF ATIS BROADCAST




CONTAINING OF ATIS BROADCAST (2)




CONTAINING OF ATIS BROADCAST (3)
         




EXAMPLE OF ATIS




DEFINITION OF IDENTIFICATION

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