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Instrument Flying
Handbook

Preface

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Human Factors
Chapter 2. Aerodynamic Factors
Chapter 3. Flight Instruments
Chapter 4. Section I
Airplane Attitude Instrument
Flying
Using Analog Instrumentation
Chapter 4. Section II
Airplane Attitude Instrument
Flying
Using an Electronic Flight
Display

Chapter 5. Section I
Airplane Basic
Flight Maneuvers
Using Analog Instrumentation
Chapter 5. Section II
Airplane Basic
Flight Maneuvers
Using an Electronic Flight
Display

Chapter 6. Helicopter
Attitude Instrument Flying

Chapter 7. Navigation Systems
Chapter 8. The National
Airspace System

Chapter 9. The Air Traffic
Control System

Chapter 10. IFR Flight
Chapter 11. Emergency
Operations

Multi-Function Display (MFD).
Figure 3-47. Example of a Multi-Function Display (MFD).
Aircraft equipped with Autonomic Dependent Survei1lance Broadcast (ADS-B)
Figure 3-48. Aircraft equipped with Autonomic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) continuously broadcast their
identification, altitude, direction, and vertical trend. The transmitted signal carries significant information for other aircraft
and ground stations alike. Other ADS-equipped aircraft receive this information and process it in a variety always.
It is possible that in a saturated environment (assuming all aircraft are ADS equipped), the systems can project tracks or
their respective aircraft and retransmit to other aircraft their projected tracks, thereby enhancing collision avoidance.
At one time, there was an Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Addressed (ADS-A) and that is explained in the
Pilots Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge.

 

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