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					COMMUNICATIONS   Question
 You want to speak to the mechanic. He
 is somewhere outside the aircraft but
 you can’t see him. How do you get his
 attention?




I open the side window and try to get
his attention.




I use the Mech pb sw on the CALLS panel.




I use VHF 3 to call him.




I select the MECH transmission key on
the ACP.




   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   1 / 16
 You want to speak to the mechanic. He
 is somewhere outside the aircraft but
 you can’t see him. How do you get his
 attention?




I open the side window and try to get
his attention.




I use the Mech pb sw on the CALLS panel.




I use VHF 3 to call him.




I select the MECH transmission key on
the ACP.




No, that was not correct. Try again.



   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   1 / 16
 You want to speak to the mechanic. He
 is somewhere outside the aircraft but
 you can’t see him. How do you get his
 attention?




I open the side window and try to get
his attention.




I use the Mech pb sw on the CALLS panel.




I use VHF 3 to call him.




I select the MECH transmission key on
the ACP.




No, that was not correct. The best way is
to use the external horn to get his
attention.


   COMMUNICATIONS                           Question   1 / 16
 You want to speak to the mechanic. He
 is somewhere outside the aircraft but
 you can’t see him. How do you get his
 attention?




I open the side window and try to get
his attention.




I use the Mech pb sw on the CALLS panel.




I use VHF 3 to call him.




I select the MECH transmission key on
the ACP.




Very good. He will certainly hear the
external horn.


   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   1 / 16
 What does a flashing Amber MECH light
 accompanied by a buzzer indicate?




There is a fault with the interphone
system.




The Mechanic is trying to call the cockpit.




The cabin crew are trying to call the
cockpit.




It is a reminder to hurry up with the
paperwork.




   COMMUNICATIONS                             Question   2 / 16
 What does a flashing Amber MECH light
 accompanied by a buzzer indicate?




There is a fault with the interphone
system.




The Mechanic is trying to call the cockpit.




The cabin crew are trying to call the
cockpit.




It is a reminder to hurry up with the
paperwork.




No! Try again.



   COMMUNICATIONS                             Question   2 / 16
 What does a flashing Amber MECH light
 accompanied by a buzzer indicate?




There is a fault with the interphone
system.




The Mechanic is trying to call the cockpit.




The cabin crew are trying to call the
cockpit.




It is a reminder to hurry up with the
paperwork.




Wrong again. Someone is calling you
from the ground.


   COMMUNICATIONS                             Question   2 / 16
 What does a flashing Amber MECH light
 accompanied by a buzzer indicate?




There is a fault with the interphone
system.




The Mechanic is trying to call the cockpit.




The cabin crew are trying to call the
cockpit.




It is a reminder to hurry up with the
paperwork.




That’s right.



   COMMUNICATIONS                             Question   2 / 16
During pre-flight, you have to check the
CVR. The parking brake is on. But you
have to set something else before
performing this test.




  COMMUNICATIONS                           Question   3 / 16
 During pre-flight, you have to check the
 CVR. The parking brake is on. But you
 have to set something else before
 performing this test.




No, remember, the system must be
switched on to perform the test.
Try again.


   COMMUNICATIONS                           Question   3 / 16
 During pre-flight, you have to check the
 CVR. The parking brake is on. But you
 have to set something else before
 performing this test.




No, select the GND CTL pushbutton.



   COMMUNICATIONS                           Question   3 / 16
 During pre-flight, you have to check the
 CVR. The parking brake is on. But you
 have to set something else before
 performing this test.




Ok. You did it.



   COMMUNICATIONS                           Question   3 / 16
Everything is set. You can now perform
the test.




  COMMUNICATIONS                         Question   4 / 16
 Everything is set. You can now perform
 the test.




No, that is not correct!
Do another action.


   COMMUNICATIONS                         Question   4 / 16
 Everything is set. You can now perform
 the test.




No, use the test button.



   COMMUNICATIONS                         Question   4 / 16
 Everything is set. You can now perform
 the test.




Well done, the test is OK.



   COMMUNICATIONS                         Question   4 / 16
 What does the white SEL light mean?

                                             RMP 1


It is an indication of a SELCAL.




It is an indication that the VHF used on
RMP 2 is not the standard one.




It is an indication that somebody is
transmitting on VHF 2.                       RMP 2


It is an indication that the VHF used on
RMP 1 is not the standard one.




   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   5 / 16
 What does the white SEL light mean?

                                              RMP 1


It is an indication of a SELCAL.




It is an indication that the VHF used on
RMP 2 is not the standard one.




It is an indication that somebody is
transmitting on VHF 2.                        RMP 2


It is an indication that the VHF used on
RMP 1 is not the standard one.




No, that was not correct. Think about the
standard radio/RMP association.
Make another choice.


   COMMUNICATIONS                           Question   5 / 16
 What does the white SEL light mean?

                                             RMP 1


It is an indication of a SELCAL.




It is an indication that the VHF used on
RMP 2 is not the standard one.




It is an indication that somebody is
transmitting on VHF 2.                       RMP 2


It is an indication that the VHF used on
RMP 1 is not the standard one.




No, that was not correct. The indicator
illuminates white on both RMPs when a
transceiver normally associated with a
RMP is tuned by another RMP.


   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   5 / 16
 What does the white SEL light mean?

                                              RMP 1


It is an indication of a SELCAL.




It is an indication that the VHF used on
RMP 2 is not the standard one.




It is an indication that somebody is
transmitting on VHF 2.                        RMP 2


It is an indication that the VHF used on
RMP 1 is not the standard one.




Very good. You are the master of the RMP.



   COMMUNICATIONS                           Question   5 / 16
Extinguish the white SEL light.

                                    RMP 1




                                    RMP 2




  COMMUNICATIONS                  Question   6 / 16
 Extinguish the white SEL light.

                                          RMP 1




                                          RMP 2




No, that was not correct. Think about
which receiver should be selected on
which RMP. Try again.


   COMMUNICATIONS                       Question   6 / 16
 Extinguish the white SEL light.

                                               RMP 1




                                               RMP 2




No, that was not correct. VHF1 is normally
associated with RMP1 so VHF1 is selected
on RMP1. Please, do it.


   COMMUNICATIONS                            Question   6 / 16
 Extinguish the white SEL light.

                                           RMP 1




                                           RMP 2




That’s right. You can see that the SEL
light is now extinguished.


   COMMUNICATIONS                        Question   6 / 16
In case of RMP 1 failure, VHF 1 is lost.




              True




              False




 COMMUNICATIONS                            Question   7 / 16
  In case of RMP 1 failure, VHF 1 is lost.




                True




                False




No, that was not correct. VHF 1 can be
selected on RMP 2 or RMP 3.


   COMMUNICATIONS                            Question   7 / 16
  In case of RMP 1 failure, VHF 1 is lost.




                True




                False




Very good. VHF 1 can still be selected on
RMP 2 or RMP 3.


   COMMUNICATIONS                            Question   7 / 16
You want to select 126.50 as the active
frequency on VHF 2. Please, perform
the first operation.




                      RMP 2




  COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   8 / 16
 You want to select 126.50 as the active
 frequency on VHF 2. Please, perform
 the first operation.




                       RMP 2




No, that was not correct. Try again.



   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   8 / 16
 You want to select 126.50 as the active
 frequency on VHF 2. Please, perform
 the first operation.




                       RMP 2




No, select VHF 2.



   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   8 / 16
 You want to select 126.50 as the active
 frequency on VHF 2. Please, perform
 the first operation.




                         RMP 2




Ok. Now, VHF 2 is set.



   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   8 / 16
You want to select 126.50 as the active
frequency on VHF 2. Please, select the
frequency 126.50.




                      RMP 2




  COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   9 / 16
 You want to select 126.50 as the active
 frequency on VHF 2. Please, select the
 frequency 126.50.




                        RMP 2




That is not the correct action.
Select the correct button.


   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   9 / 16
 You want to select 126.50 as the active
 frequency on VHF 2. Please, select the
 frequency 126.50.




                       RMP 2




No, tune 126.50 in the STBY window by
using the frequency selector knob.


   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   9 / 16
 You want to select 126.50 as the active
 frequency on VHF 2. Please, select the
 frequency 126.50.




                       RMP 2




The frequency is now tuned.



   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question   9 / 16
Please select 126.50 as the active
frequency on VHF 2.




                      RMP 2




  COMMUNICATIONS                     Question 10 / 16
 Please select 126.50 as the active
 frequency on VHF 2.




                        RMP 2




Not at all. Try another action.



   COMMUNICATIONS                     Question 10 / 16
 Please select 126.50 as the active
 frequency on VHF 2.




                       RMP 2




No, Set 126.50 active by using the
transfer key.


   COMMUNICATIONS                     Question 10 / 16
 Please select 126.50 as the active
 frequency on VHF 2.




                       RMP 2




Ok. You are now able to use the
frequency on VHF 2.


   COMMUNICATIONS                     Question 10 / 16
You want to check the ATIS. The correct
frequency has been set on VOR 1.
The loudspeaker is switched on but you
can’t hear the information. Please make
the right settings on the ACP.




  COMMUNICATIONS                          Question 11 / 16
 You want to check the ATIS. The correct
 frequency has been set on VOR 1.
 The loudspeaker is switched on but you
 can’t hear the information. Please make
 the right settings on the ACP.




No, that was not correct. If you want to
hear something, you have to press the
corresponding reception knob. Try again.


   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question 11 / 16
 You want to check the ATIS. The correct
 frequency has been set on VOR 1.
 The loudspeaker is switched on but you
 can’t hear the information. Please make
 the right settings on the ACP.




No, press the VOR1 reception knob.



   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question 11 / 16
 You want to check the ATIS. The correct
 frequency has been set on VOR 1.
 The loudspeaker is switched on but you
 can’t hear the information. Please make
 the right settings on the ACP.




That is the correct action.



   COMMUNICATIONS                          Question 11 / 16
Now you hear it! Unfortunately the VOR
Morse code makes it hard to understand.
How can you suppress this signal?




  COMMUNICATIONS                          Question 12 / 16
Now you hear it! Unfortunately the VOR
Morse code makes it hard to understand.
How can you suppress this signal?




No, that was not correct. Remember you
only want to hear the voice. Try again.


   COMMUNICATIONS                         Question 12 / 16
Now you hear it! Unfortunately the VOR
Morse code makes it hard to understand.
How can you suppress this signal?




No, press the VOICE key.



   COMMUNICATIONS                         Question 12 / 16
Now you hear it! Unfortunately the VOR
Morse code makes it hard to understand.
How can you suppress this signal?




Ok. By suppressing the identification
signals, the ATIS is now easy to
understand.


   COMMUNICATIONS                         Question 12 / 16
With the AUDIO SWITCHING knob in the
CAPT 3 position, the captain uses his
acoustic equipment on ACP 3.




             True




             False




  COMMUNICATIONS                        Question 13 / 16
 With the AUDIO SWITCHING knob in the
 CAPT 3 position, the captain uses his
 acoustic equipment on ACP 3.




                True




               False




That was not correct. In case of ACP 1
failure, the Captain can still use his
acoustic equipment through ACP 3.


   COMMUNICATIONS                        Question 13 / 16
 With the AUDIO SWITCHING knob in the
 CAPT 3 position, the captain uses his
 acoustic equipment on ACP 3.




               True




               False




Very good. The Captain has to make all
the selections on ACP 3.


   COMMUNICATIONS                        Question 13 / 16
Where is ACP 3 located?




  COMMUNICATIONS          Question 14 / 16
 Where is ACP 3 located?




No, that is not the correct location.



   COMMUNICATIONS                       Question 14 / 16
 Where is ACP 3 located?




No. ACP 3 is located on the overhead
panel.


   COMMUNICATIONS                      Question 14 / 16
 Where is ACP 3 located?




Yes. That is the right location.



   COMMUNICATIONS                  Question 14 / 16
Looks like ACP 1 is broken. What are
your actions as Captain in order to hear
VHF1 Communications on your headset
again?




ACP 1                                                         ACP 2




                                                              ACP 3




  COMMUNICATIONS                           Question 15 / 16
 Looks like ACP 1 is broken. What are
 your actions as Captain in order to hear
 VHF1 Communications on your headset
 again?




ACP 1                                                          ACP 2




                                                               ACP 3




No, that was not correct.
You should first switch your acoustic
equipment to ACP 3. Try again.


   COMMUNICATIONS                           Question 15 / 16
 Looks like ACP 1 is broken. What are
 your actions as Captain in order to hear
 VHF1 Communications on your headset
 again?




ACP 1                                                          ACP 2




                                                               ACP 3




No, switch your acoustic equipment to
ACP 3.


   COMMUNICATIONS                           Question 15 / 16
 Looks like ACP 1 is broken. What are
 your actions as Captain in order to hear
 VHF1 Communications on your headset
 again?




ACP 1                                                          ACP 2




                                                               ACP 3




Ok. The first action is done.



   COMMUNICATIONS                           Question 15 / 16
Well done. You switched the audio. But
you are not finished yet. You want to
hear VHF 1 again.




ACP 1                                                       ACP 2




                                                            ACP 3




  COMMUNICATIONS                         Question 16 / 16
 Well done. You switched the audio. But
 you are not finished yet. You want to
 hear VHF 1 again.




ACP 1                                                        ACP 2




                                                             ACP 3




No, that was not correct. Try again.



   COMMUNICATIONS                         Question 16 / 16
 Well done. You switched the audio. But
 you are not finished yet. You want to
 hear VHF 1 again.




ACP 1                                                        ACP 2




                                                             ACP 3




No, use the VHF1 knob.



   COMMUNICATIONS                         Question 16 / 16
 Well done. You switched the audio. But
 you are not finished yet. You want to
 hear VHF 1 again.




ACP 1                                                        ACP 2




                                                             ACP 3




Yes. Now you can hear VHF 1 again.
The Communications Quiz is finished.


   COMMUNICATIONS                         Question 16 / 16
                 Question 1              Question 9
                 Question 2              Question 10
                 Question 3              Question 11

                 Question 4              Question 12

                 Question 5              Question 13

                 Question 6              Question 14

                 Question 7              Question 15
                                                                   EXIT
                 Question 8              Question 16
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