Radio telephony –summary
1. 25000’ will be spoken as - two five thousand feet.
2. Monitor in RTF means – listen out on (frequency).
3. Verify means – Check coding, or text with the originator & send correct version.
4. The order of priority in the establishment of communications is as follows: Distress; urgency; DF; flight safety Met; flight regularity.
5. The VHF emergency frequency is: 121.5 MHz.
6. During winter in Israel 0950 UTC is the same as: 11:50 LT.
7. A request for “Maintenance personnel to await you’re a/c upon arrival” is – Flight regularity message.
8. How many different codes can be squawked on mode A – 4096
9. When the controller reports “reading you 2” he means – reading now & then.
10. Section-1 of IFR air report (AIRREP) consists of the following items–address callsign, aircraft callsign; position; time; level/alt; next position & time over; ensuing significant point.
11. “I have received all of your last transmission is “ROGER” ????
12. A message about changes to a/c operating schedules is :Regularity
13. 118.0 – 135. 95 MHz is used for VHF voice communication.
14. “Omit position reports” means: Do not give position reports. This will usually happen when the controller can track you on the radar.
15. ATIS gives the pilot – Info regarding an airport including MET info.
16. 30,000 KHz is – 30 MHz.
17. According to ICAO position report in CVFR include – the time & level/alt over compulsory reporting point.
18. A transmission with wave length of 5 cm belongs to SHF band. This is because the frequency of such a wave is: 300,000,000/0.05=6,000,000,000=6GHz.
19. The critical angle for HF waves is defined as: the angle beyond which the sky wave is not reflected.
20. Acknowledge means: let me know that you have received & understood this message.
21. Transponder code 7500 is for – Unlawful interference in flight.
22. Disadvantages of a carbon microphone are: its low fidelity and the need for external power source to activate it.
23. FIR is – Flight Information Region.
24. Line of sight wave = direct wave.
26. Base of cloud = QBB
27. Emergency frequencies are: 121.5 MHz 243 MHz 500 kHz 2182 kHz.
28. To impose silence is to-Stop communication after a distress call has been made.
29. Negative means – No; Permission not granted; that is not correct.
30. A ground station making a test signal – shell be composed of spoken Numbers.
31. Info regarding severe turbulence will be reported by ATC as – SIGMET.
32. CAVOK means Ceiling And Visibility OK– Visibility above 10 Km. no clouds below 5000’.
33. True bearing from the station QTE
34. HF band is 3,000-30,000 KHz. or 3-30 MHz.
35. The international radio prefixes for the following YI Iraq 4X-Israel JY Jordan OD Lebanon.
36. The transponder for communication failure is 7600
37. SELCAL check on the ground – a call to the ground station giving SELCAL code letters and saying “request before flight SELCAL check”.
38. Correct IFR position report – BGN control GBFBO delta at 47 fl 80 estimating Lima at 59 next point tango.
39. The leg before final is called – Base leg.
40. VOLMET is – Broadcast of actual weather & forecast transmitted on VHF & in certain places on HF at specified time.
41. Test signals of radio equipment shell not continue more then – 10 sec.
42. A class A bearing given to a/c by a DF station is – Accurate within ± 2 degrees.
43. Disregard means – Consider that transmission as not being sent.
44. The sound wave changes the electric resistance of the microphone – Carbon Microphone.
45. Urgent – PAN PAN
46. Network – a number of ground stations working on the same frequencies & handling traffic between them.
47. Aircraft flying at 10,000 feet with VHF transmitter – 123 NM max range.
48. 4X-AJV called by unidentified aeronautical station shall say “ station calling 4X-AJV say your call sign again”.