COURSE DURATION: approx. 15 HOURS (2 DAYS)
- What is the NDB and ADF and how do they work?
- What is the difference between the RBI and RMI?
- What is the VOR, CDI, HSI and how does it work?
- What is the DME and how does it work?
- What is the ILS and how does it work?
- What do all those indications mean?
- What is the cone of silence and how to calculate its radius?
- What is the relative and magnetic bearing?
- What is the relationship between those bearings and QDM, QDR, QUJ or QTE?
- When do I have to take magnetic variation in the aircraft’s position into account? And when the variation in the beacon’s location?
- Do I really have to remember the Pythagoras theorem because of some exercises?
- What are the ILS false beams and why are they dangerous?
- What is the back-course approach?
- What are the dis/advantages of all those radionavigation aids?
- What is their practical use in a real life?
- How to calculate their range?
- How do their ground antennas, aircraft controls and displays look like?
- How to calculate the rate of descent dependent on gradient? And how to calculate the gradient itself?
All of these and many more questions will be answered through the interactive online course RADIONAVIGATION 1, where the instructor will explain that and together you will go through more than 40 more or less difficult exercises that you may encounter in the ATPL Radionavigation exam. Obviously, since the course is interactive, you will not only actively participate in exercises calculations, you will also verify how much you understand the radionavigation instruments indications – by means of our well-established teaching methods…