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PostPosted: Wed Aug 28, 2013 12:35 pm    Post subject: Questions on Cockpit Voice Recorder Reply with quote

Arrow Cockpit Voice Recorder


Arrow For aircraft specified before the 1 April 1998, cockpit voice recorder must keep the conversations and sound alarms recorded during the last:

flight
25 hours of operation
30 minutes of operation
48 hours of operation


Arrow An aeroplane which has a maximum certificated take-off mass over 5700 kg, shall be equipped with a cockpit voice recorder capable of retaining information recorded during at least the last:

30 minutes or 1 hour of its operation, certificated take-off mass over 5700 kg, shall be equipped with a cockpit voice recorder capable of retaining information recorded during at least the last .....

30 minutes or 2 hours of its operation, depending upon the date of the first issue of its individual Certificate of Airworthiness

20 hours of its operation

25 hours of its operation

Quote:
For C of A issued on or after 1 April 1998: Multi-engine turbine powered with a MAPSC of more than 9 or has a MCTOM over 5700 kgs must have a CVR which records for 2 hours. If 5700 Kg or less than the time ins 30 minutes.



Arrow the cockpit voice recorder, when required, must start to record automatically:

prior to the aeroplane moving under its own power until the termination of flight when the parking brake is set
when the parking brake is released until the termination of flight when the parking brake is set when full thrust is applied until the termination of the flight
when the aeroplane is no longer capable of moving under its own power
prior to the aeroplane moving under its own power until the termination of the flight when the aeroplane is no longer capable of moving under its own power


Arrow Regarding the FDR and CVR, which of the following statements is true:

All commercial aircraft above 15.000 kg have to carry both a FDR and CVR
The CVR monitors all human voice exchanges on the flight deck throughout the flight keeping the last 30 minutes as a hard copy
A FDR shall be capable of retaining recorded information for at least the last 24 hours of operation
A Type 1 recorder retains information recorded during the last 30 minutes of operation


Arrow Which of the following combinations of statements describes what is recorded by a cockpit voice recorder?

1.Radio communications transmitted from the aircraft
2.Speech on the flight deck
3.Communications through the intercom
4.Navigation aid identification heard through headphones
5.PA messages

All of the above
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