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A320 FAMILY AVIONICS

ATA 23 – COMMUNICATIONS

1.What is the purpose of the RMPs?

a) To enable the received audio signals to be selected


b) To enable the frequencies of all the radio communication systems to be
selected
c) To enable the received audio signals and the frequencies to be
selected

2.On the Audio Control Panels (ACPs), what does an amber flashing light indicate?

a) An ACP failure
b) A call or SELCAL
c) A microphone channel selection

3.When replacing any DEU, what action is required with regards to the DEU address
codes?

a) The serial number of the DEU must be entered through the PIM
module to inform both directors
b) DEU address setting is not needed because the DEU address is
already set on the DEU mounting unit
c) The mounting unit must be changed as well

4.What happens when the Captain loses audio communications?

a) By setting the audio switching control to “CAP on 3”, he can still use his
acoustic equipment with the 3rd occupant ACP
b) By setting the audio switching control to “CAP on 3”, he can still use his
acoustic equipment with the F/O ACP
c) By setting the audio switching control either to “CAP on 3” or “F/O on
3”, he can use any F/O or 3rd occupant ACP

5.Which radio(s) are associated with RMP 1?

a) VHF1
b) VHF1, HF1
c) VHF1, VHF2 AND VHF3
6.What is the purpose of the static dischargers?

a) To avoid lightning strikes


b) To dissipate and minimise static electricity
c) To control the discharge of the static electricity charged on the A/ C

7.Under what condition(s) is the CVR automatically supplied?

a) Only at power up
b) Only in flight with both engines running, or on ground with nose gear
compressed
c) In flight permanently, or on ground when at least one engine is running,
or up to five minutes after the energisation of the electrical network, or
up to five minutes after the last engine shut-down.

8.With both LGCIUs failed, what is the procedure to connect the cockpit to the
service interphone?

a) On any ACP, the CABin key must be pressed


b) The SVCE INT OVRD pushbutton and the INTerphone key on any
ACP must be pressed
c) The SVCE INT OVRD pushbutton and the CABin key on any ACP
must be pressed

9.What is the purpose of the AMU?

a) To centralise all the audio signals and the frequencies of the


communication systems
b) To act as an interface between the users and the various radio
communication and radio navigation systems
c) To receive audio signals only

10.Under what circumstances would the PA audio levels change?

a) During first engine start by 6db and in the event of cabin


depressurisation by 4db
b) The PA levels remain at pre-determined level settings as defined in the
CAM
c) When a DEU B fails the DEU Bs either side of it will increase their PA
levels by 10db
11.The Flight Interphone System allows?

a) Communication between the flight crew members, and between the


flight crew and the ground mechanic at the external power receptacle
or in the avionics bay.
b) Communication between the cockpit and the cabin attendant stations,
and between the cabin attendant stations.
c) Communication between the different service Interphone jacks, the
cockpit and the cabin attendant stations.

12.What is the main LRU used in ATIMS?

a) The Air Traffic Services Unit


b) The Flight Management and Guidance Computer
c) The MCDU

13.On the ACPs, how many transmission channels can be selected at the same
time?

a) 1 only
b) Up to 3
c) As many as the operator wishes

14. What is the function of the RESET key on the ACP?

a) RESET key is used to restart system operation


b) RESET key is used to cancel the previous selections
c) RESET key is used to cancel all the lighted calls

15.Where are the DEU coding switches located?

a) On the front of each DEU


b) On each DEU mount
c) Only on the last DEU mount of each data bus line

16.Where is the customer related CIDS software stored?

a) Cabin assignment module


b) On board replaceable module
c) Centralised fault and display system

ATA 34 - NAVIGATION

17.What is the purpose of the Air Data Module (ADM) discrete inputs?

a) To switch between Port A and Port B in case of failure


b) To determine ADM location and type of pressure data provided to ADR
c) To determine the type of ADM being used
18.What happens to the EGPWS when the stall warning is triggered?

a) All modes are inhibited


b) Mode 4 is inhibited
c) Mode 5 is inhibited

19.ATC Mode C reply pulses coded to supply?

a) Aircraft identification
b) Automatic altitude reporting
c) Selective calling and transmission of flight data of the aircraft on the
ground controller's radar scope.

20.How is Present Position (PPOS) information entered in to the MCDU?

a) It is automatically entered when the ADIRUs are set to NAV


b) A 4 letter Airport Code is inserted into the FROM/TO boxes.
c) Present Lat/Long is inserted in the FROM box.

21.In what display modes can the weather radar image be displayed?

a) ARC and PLAN Modes


b) ROSE and PLAN Modes
c) ARC and ROSE Modes

22.Where is DME information displayed?

a) On Capt PFD and F/O PFD.


b) On Capt PFD, Capt ND and F/O ND.
c) On Capt PFD, Capt ND, F/O PFD and F/O ND.

23.Radio altimeter height data is displayed on the PFD’s?

a) For heights less than or equal to 2,500 feet


b) For heights less than 2,500 feet
c) Between 2,500 feet and 300 feet

24.How many satellites does the GPS system need to acquire before it can compute
position?

a) At least 3 satellites to compute the aircraft position, providing valid


position information is also fed from the ADIRUs.
b) At least 4 satellites to compute the aircraft position.
c) Ephemeris data from one ground station and at least 3 satellites to
compute aircraft position.
25.The ISIS initialisation page is displayed?

a) For 90 seconds when the bugs and LS pushbuttons are depressed.


b) For 90 seconds after energisation.
c) For 60 seconds after energisation.

26.What MCDU page must be selected to initialise the ADIRUs?

a) PROG
b) INIT
c) DATA

27.During a Resolution Advisory (RA) alert, what does the green band on the PFD
V/S mean?

a) “FLY TO” vertical speed


b) Forbidden vertical speed
c) ALL CLEAR

28.Where is ILS 1 information displayed?

a) On CAPT and F/O PFDs


b) On CAPT ND and F/O PFD
c) On CAPT PFD and F/O ND

ATA 22 - AUTOFLIGHT

29.During auto flight system operation, what happens to the side sticks?

a) They move automatically in sympathy with the flight controls


b) The load thresholds are increased making them more difficult to move
c) The pilot must move the side-stick to follow orders from the autopilot

30.When is the altitude window on the FCU dashed?

a) Never, the crew always selects the altitude target


b) When the A/C reaches the cruise flight level
c) When the FM vertical mode is active

31.What checks/tests should be carried out after an AFS LRU replacement?

a) Perform an AFS test as a “return to service” test, and the LAND test if
the A/C is CAT 3 operated
b) Perform a RESET and SAFETY TEST of the replaced LRU
c) Check the content of the AFS ground report
32.In the cruise with AP 1 engaged, what happens if the AP 2 button is pressed?

a) AP 1 disengages and AP 2 engages


b) AP 1 remains engaged and AP 2 also engages
c) AP 1 remains engaged and AP 2 goes to Standby Mode

33.What are the main functions of the Flight Augmentation Computers?

a) Pitch trim and flight envelope protection


b) Rudder trim, pitch trim and rudder travel limitation
c) Flight envelope protection, rudder travel limitation and rudder trim

34.During Normal Auto Thrust system operation, what happens to the thrust levers?

a) The thrust levers are placed in the climb detent


b) The thrust levers are automatically moved according to engine thrust
requirement
c) The pilot must move the thrust levers to follow orders from the autopilot

35.How often is the Nav Data Base updated?

a) Every 14 days
b) Every 21 days
c) Every 28 days

36.Which LRU(s) does the CFDIU maintain two way communications with?

a) FAC 1 only
b) FAC 2 only
c) FAC 1 and 2

37.With FMGC 1 failed, how are the Radio Nav Systems tuned?

a) The No.1 systems cannot be tuned


b) FMGC 2 tunes its on-side systems via RMP 2 and the off-side systems
directly
c) FMGC 2 tunes all of the Radio Nav systems via the RMPs

38.What does green dot speed represent when shown on the PFD speed scale?

a) Represents the speed corresponding to the best lift to drag ratio.


b) Represents the target airspeed value (or airspeed corresponding to the
Mach value).
c) Represents the stall warning speed.
39.Which computers make up the Auto-Flight System?

a) Two ELACs, two FACs and FCU


b) Two FMGCs, two ELACs and FCU
c) Two FMGCs, two FACs and FCU

40.In flight with the Autopilot engaged, what happens if the pilot moves the Rudder
Pedals?

a) The Autopilot will override the Rudder Pedal orders


b) The Autopilot will disengage and the aircraft will yaw and roll
c) The autopilot will remain engaged and the aircraft will yaw and roll

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