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T-45C TS INav-04; ADV INav-02
Components and Characteristics of the Instrument Landing System (ILS)
10. To monitor the tone associated with the _______ ________, toggle the
switch on the communication control panel to MKR. The aural tone
volume ________ (can/cannot) be controlled with the RCVR knob.
The lights associated with the ______ _______ can be dimmed by
momentarily placing the MASTER/CAUT switch on the Annunciator DIM/
TEST Panel to DIM.
11. DME may be used in place of the _______ _______ . DME, if coupled to
the ILS will be tuned _________ to one of ________ UHF frequencies
when the ILS frequency is initially set up.
12. Cross-radial fixes from a ______ are not ________ in the T45C because
that would require the pilot to _______ the primary navigation indication
when on the FAC.
13. The ________ _________ is a low power navigation beacon used as the
OM or MM and operates in the ______ frequency range. This NAVAID is
not available in the T-45C.
14. Sequenced running lights are known also as ________ lights. These
lights are associated with the ________ _______ system.
15. Runway centerline lights and touchdown zone lights are in a category of
lights known as __-______ lights. Centerline lights are white until the last
_______ ft of runway and ______ & ______ to _______ ft from the end of
the runway and ________ for the last ________ ft.
16. REILs are installed at ends of runways to provide _______ and _______
identification of the _________ end of a particular runway.
17. Runway edge lights are normally white except on runways that are
designated “___________” runways where ________ lights replace the
white lights for the last ________ ft of the runway or half the runway
length, whichever is less, to form a __________ zone.
18. The ________ and ________ are variable in intensity which may be
increased or decreased at the pilot’s request to the controlling agency or,
at some airports, by keying his _______ radio.
19. ILS/LOC frequencies are tuned on the _______ control panel. ILS/LOC
frequencies can be identified by those ending with _______ decimals
between 108.10 and 111.95. The coded identifier is a ______ letter
identifier beginning with the letter “__”.
20. The FWD/AFT option on the HSI display selects and identifies which
cockpit controls the __________ display and the ____ and ______ control
panels. The COMM transfer switches select and identify which cockpit
has control of the _________ and _________.
21. To receive DME on an ILS approach where the DME feature is not
coupled with the ILS VHF frequency, the pilot will have to tune the
_______ on the ________ ______ ________ .
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