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Comunicazioni in inglese - PPL(A) - Licenza Pilota Privato (Aerei)
1 - When the term `CAVOK` is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the values of visibility and clouds are:
Visibility 10 km or more, no clouds below 5000 feet/GND
Visibility 10 km or more, no clouds below 1500 feet/GND
Visibility more than 8 km, no clouds below 3000 feet/GND
Visibility more than 5000 m, no clouds below 1500 m/GND
2 - What is normally used for ATIS broadcasts ?
Voice channel of an ILS
Discrete VHF frequency or/and VOR
DME voice channel
3 - What does QDM mean?
Magnetic bearing from the station
True heading to the station (no wind)
Magnetic heading to the station (no wind)
True bearing from the station
4 - Shall an ATC route clearance always be read back:
No, if the ATC route clearance is transmitted in a published form (e.g. Standard Instrument Departure Route/SID)
No, if the communication channel is overloaded
Yes, unless authorized otherwise by ATS authority concerned
No, if the content of the ATC clearance is clear and no confusion is likely to arise
5 - When the term `Broken` is used in an aviation routine weather report (METAR), the amount of clouds covering the sky is:
5 to 7 octas
1 to 4 octas
8 octas below 10000 feet
No clouds below 5000 feet
6 - Which phenomena will normally influence the reception of VHF transmission?
Level of aircraft and terrain elevations
Electrical discharges as they happen frequently in thunderstorms
Day- and night effect
7 - When an aircraft station is unable to establish communication due to receiver failure, the following procedure should be undertaken:
Transmit at regular times or positions, the phrase `Transmitting blind due to receiver failure`.
Transmit reports at scheduled times or positions, preceded by the phrase `Transmitting blind due to receiver failure`.
Change to frequency 121.5 MHZ and squawk 7700.
Land at the nearest uncontrolled airfield
8 - How shall a pilot inform a radar control unit that the aircraft is not equipped with transponder:
Transponder not available
9 - During the transmission of numbers containing a decimal point:
The term DECIMAL can be omitted with friendly ATS units only.
The term DECIMAL can be omitted if no chance of misunderstanding exists
The term DECIMAL must be spoken only if followed by three digits.
The term DECIMAL must always be transmitted
10 - Which is the maximum distance at which you might expect solid VHF contact over flat terrain at flight level 100:
About 300 NM
About 120 NM
About 30 NM
About 12 NM
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