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Christof Hagen
FAA Flight Instructor, CFI, CFII. MEII
Cert. No. 602054488
Im Rossweidli 43
8045 Zürich
fly@gosos.com
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060 Navigation

010 Luftrecht

020 Aircraft General Knowledge

030 Flugplanung

040 Menschl. Leistungsverm.

050 Meteo

060 Navigation

070 Operational Procedure
080 Aerodynamik
090 Communication

 

US

Miscellaneous

Links

Interceptieren/Holdings/Heading Trainer/HSI Trainer:
Heading Trainer
HSI Simulation
Übungen NDB/ADF & VOR Download
Interceptieren
Holdings
Interceptieren Übungen A
Interceptieren Übungen B
Koordinatennetz Historisches

 

Radar:
Mode S in der Schweiz
 

GPS:
GPS Overview (University of Texas at Austin)

GPS FAA Link
GPS and GLONASS Simulation
GPS Infos (Allgemeines...)

Bezugssysteme (Swiss Datum 1903+LV95)

MapDatum

All About GPS (Trimble)

WAAS

LAAS

Garmin 296 Manual PDF

Manuals and GPS simulator modes

Galileo System
Galileo

EGNOS 01 (GPS WAAS EGNOS)

EGNOS 02 (GPS WAAS EGNOS)

EGNOS 03 (GPS WAAS EGNOS)

Sateliten (J-Track)
GPS and Sun eruption
 

Maps:
ICAO Map Switzerland

ICAO Maps Germany
 

Magnetismus:

DGRF-IGRF Geomagnetic Field Model 1945 - 2005

Earth's Magnetic Field (Magnetosphere)
Variation Veränderung Flugplatz Sion

 

Umrechnungen von verschiedenen Einheiten:
Boeing 767 Landing without Fuel (or used this Link)

Himmelsmechanik:
Moon rotation
 

RNAV:

RNAV Zusammenfassung

 

Miscellaneous:

Begriffe Wikipedia: Flugnavigation

EFIS

EUROCONTROL Navigation Programme (ECACNAV) Home

Navigation Simulator
ADF Shoreline Effect
ICAO Map Scan
CR3 Manual Download

Resources, specifically for FAA Countries:

Below is a list of links and recommendations to supplement this lesson. Most of this information is ideal for sharing with students as well.

  • System: An overview of what GPS offers to pilots, from the Air Safety Foundation: http://www.aopa.org/asf/publications/sa01.pdf
     
  • System: A basic tutorial describing how the GPS system works: http://electronics.howstuffworks.com/gps.htm/printable
     
  • System: A simple tutorial from The Smithsonian’s: http://www.nasm.si.edu/galleries/gps/work.html
     
  • FAA Oversight: Comprehensive information on GPS in aviation, including LAAS and WAAS, from the source - FAA’s Satellite Navigation Team: http://gps.faa.gov/index.htm
     
  • Tutorials and Simulators: A list of free tutorials and simulators from manufactures’ websites: http://www.aopa.org/asf/gps.html
     
  • Regulations: AC 90-94, Guidelines for Using Global Positioning System Equipment for IFR Enroute and terminal Operations and for Non-Precision Approaches in the U.S. National Airspace System.
     
  • ATC: Articles on the practical use of GPS in the ATC system: http://www.avweb.com/news/columns/185690-1.html
     
  • Training: Check manufacturer websites for syllabuses and other training materials. For example, the Garmin website offers a FITS compliant syllabus and lesson plans for the 430 and 530 models.
     
  • Training: There are many resources for CFIs and students to gain general proficiency with GPS and to learn specific units. In addition to some of the resources in this list, consider third party training software, other CFIs who specialize in GPS training, or one of the many programs that are dedicated to GPS training.
     
  • Training: The Air Safety Foundation offers live seminars throughout the country on various topics, including GPS. They currently offer a Seminar-in-a-Box on GPS for VFR that you could present GPS to a group of other pilots and/or students.
     
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