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A320/A321

AVIONIC EXTENSION
ATA 34 - NAVIGATION
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A GPWS TEST SEQUENCE CAN BE TRIGGERED FROM THE


COCKPIT (NOT USING THE MCDU):A.

By pressing the GPWS system Push-button on the GPWS panel

By pressing one of the GPWS/GS warning Pushbuttons on the


Captain's or F/O's instrument panel

GPWS test is not possible from the cockpit

ALL THE AIR DATA MODULES ARE IDENTICAL AND


INTERCHANGEABLE (PITOT AND STATIC) AND:A

They know their position by pin programming

Pin programming is not required

The ADIRU must be reprogrammed

THE TCAS/ATC CONTROL PANEL CONTROLS:A

The ATC transponders and TCAS computer directly

The ATC transponders directly and the TCAS computer through the
ATC transponders

The ATC transponders and the TCAS computer through the ATT/HDG
switching

ILS 1 DATA, LOC AND GLIDE SLOPE DEVIATIONS, FREQUENCY


AND IDENTIFICATION OF ILS STATION ARE NORMALLY
DISPLAYED:A

On the Captain's PFD and F/O's ND

On the Captain's PFD and Captain's ND

On F/O's PFD and Captain's ND

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IN CASE OF ILS 1 FAILURE:A

ILS 1 deviations disappear and are replaced by a LOC and a GS red


flag on Captain's PFD and F/O's ND

LOC and G/S scales are replaced by amber crosses

Scales and deviations disappear from the Captain's PFD and F/O's ND

MKR INFORMATION DISPLAYED ON PFD 1 AND PFD 2 COMES


FROM:A

VOR/MKR receiver 1

VOR/MKR receiver 1 on PFD 1 and VOR/MKR receiver 2 on PFD 2

VOR/MKR receiver 1 on both PFDs. In the event of VOR/MKR 1


failure, there is an automatic switch to VOR/MKR receiver 2

A WATER DRAIN IS FITTED TO:A

All static lines

The standby static lines

All pitot and static lines

ADIRU 3 RECEIVES TAT INFORMATION FROM:A

The Captain TAT sensor

The First Officer TAT sensor

The standby TAT sensor

ON PFDs AN AMBER ALTITUDE DISCREPANCY "CHECK ALT"


MESSAGE IS DISPLAYED WHEN THE ALTITUDES DIFFER BY:A

More than 250 ft in QNH or 500 ft in STANDARD

More than 150 ft in QNH or 250 ft in STANDARD

More than 250 ft in QNH or 150 ft in STANDARD

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DME DISTANCE CAN BE DISPLAYED:A

On PFDs in magenta, on NDs in green and on VOR/RMI Indicators

On PFDs and NDs in green and on VOR/RMI Indicators

On PFDs and NDs in magenta and on VOR/RMI Indicators

IN CASE OF ADIRU 1 FAILURE:A

ATC 1 is not capable of altitude transmission

ATC 1 will use ADIRU 2 altitude after automatic switching

ATC 1 will use ADIRU 3 altitude after AIR DATA switching on the
pedestal

THE RED "RA" FLAG IS DISPLAYED ON THE CAPTAIN's PFD:A

In case of RA 1 failure and when the slat/flap handle is in Position 1 or


more

In case of double RA failure, when APPROACH has been selected

In case of double RA failure, when the slat/flap handle is in Position 1


or higher

THE WEATHER RADAR TRANSCEIVER IS DE-ENERGIZED BY


PLACING:A

Both ND selectors on PLAN

Both ND selectors on ROSE

Both ND selectors on ARC

THE SENSORS FOR THE IR SECTION OF THE ADIRU ARE


LOCATED:A

All sensors are inside the ADIRU

Accelerometers are outside the ADIRU

The Laser Gyros are outside the ADIRU

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ON THE MCDU "RAD NAV" PAGE, WHEN DISPLAYED IN SMALL


FONT, STATION FREQUENCIES AND IDENTIFICATION CODES
COME FROM:A

The FMGC NAV data base in auto-tuning

The FMGC NAV data base in manual tuning

The RMP in back-up tuning

IF ADIRU 2 FAILS, THE CORRECT ACTION IS:A

Set ATT HDG and AIR DATA selectors to CAPT on 3

Set ATT HDG and AIR DATA selectors to F/O on 3

Set ATT HDG selectors to F/O on 3, AIR DATA selector to CAPT on 3

ADIRU 3 CAN SUPPLY INFORMATION TO:A

DMC 1 and DMC 3 only

DMC 2 and DMC 3 only

DMC 1 DMC 2 and DMC 3

IN NORMAL OPERATION ADIRU 1 SUPPLIES INFORMATION TO:A

The Captain's ND and the First Officer's PFD

The Captain's PFD and ND

The First Officer's PFD and ND

THE BARO CORRECTION OR REFERENCE SELECTED IS SENT


TO EACH ADIRU FROM:A

The master FMGC

The FCU

The DMCs

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BOTH ILS RECEIVER FREQUENCIES CAN BE CONTROLLED BY:A

RMP 1,RMP 2 or either FMGC

RMP 2 only

Only RMP 1 or RMP 2 only

AIRCRAFT PRESENT POSITION CAN BE ENTERED INTO THE IRS


SYSTEM FROM:A

Any MCDU

Any MCDU or the ADIRS CDU

The ADIRS CDU only

A FLASHING WHITE ALIGN LIGHT ON THE ADIRS CDU


INDICATES THAT:A

The related IRU is in the alignment phase

There is a difference between entered present position in any two IRUs

An alignment error has occurred

WITH THE SYS SWITCH SELECTED TO 2:A

Present position may be entered into all 3 ADIRUs

Present position may only be entered into ADIRU 2

Entry of present position from the MCDU is prohibited

INDICATION OF TIME TO NAV (TTN) ON THE ADIRS CDU CAN BE


SEEN BY SELECTING THE DATA ROTARY SWITCH TO:A

STS

FPDS

HDG

WHEN IN ATT MODE, ENTRY OF MAGNETIC HDG CAN BE

FROM:-

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The ADIRs CDU only

The MCDU or the ADIRS CDU

Is not necessary

ON THE SPEED SCALE, "SPD LIMIT" APPEARS WHEN:A

One ADIRU has failed

One FAC has failed

Both FACs have failed

ATA 22 - AUTO FLIGHT


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THE CONSEQUENCE OF AN ALPHA FLOOR DETECTION IS:A.

TOGA (full) thrust on the engines

A nose down order to reduce the aircraft AOA

An Autothrust disengagement

THE FOLLOWING COMPUTERS ARE CHECKED DURING AFS


TEST:A

The FMGCs only

The Auto Flight System LRUs

The FMGCs and FCDCs

WITH THE THRUST LEVERS IN THE CLB GATE, A/THR


DISENGAGES DUE TO A FAILURE; THE ENGINES THRUST:A

Equals CLB Thrust Limit

Is frozen on the last Thrust Target

Progressively becomes equal to the Thrust Levers Position

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THE FMGC DATA BASE IS UPDATED:A

Only when an FMGC is replaced

Any time there is a Service Bulletin directing it to be done

Every 28 days by Maintenance

TO DISENGAGE THE A/THR SYSTEM:A

Push the Priority Pushbutton on either Side Stick

Push the Instinctive Disconnect on the Thrust Levers

Disengage the Autopilot

IN FLIGHT, IN A CASE OF TEMPORARY LOSS OF ELECTRICAL


POWER TO FAC 2, FAC 2 PUSH-BUTTON "FAULT" LIGHT COMES
ON AND:A

FAC 2 will be automatically reset

FAC 2 can be manually reset using FAC 2 push-button

There is no way to reset FAC 2

BOTH FLIGHT DIRECTORS ARE ENGAGED:A

By pressing either FD push-button on the FCU

Automatically at system power rise

By selecting a mode on the FCU

THE BASIC FUNCTIONS OF THE FAC ARE:A

Pitch trim and yaw damping

Flight management and rudder trim

Flight envelope and rudder control

ON THE FLIGHT MODE ANNUNICATOR, THE GREEN COLOUR

INDICATES:-

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The mode is armed

The mode is active

The mode is ready to be engaged

THE POSITION OF THE AIRCRAFT, USED IN THE FLIGHT PLAN,


IS COMPUTED BY:A

The FG part of the FMGC

The FM part of the FMGC

The MCDU

WITH AP1 AND AP2 NOT ENGAGED, FD1 AND FD2 ENGAGED AND
A/THR ACTIVE, WHICH FMGC IS IN COMMAND FOR
A/THR:A

FMGC 1 controls Engine 1 and FMGC 2 controls Engine 2

FMGC 1 controls both Engines

FMGC 1 controls the Flight Controls and the Engines are controlled by
the FMGC 2

THE FCU IS NORMALLY USED:A

For a long term order selection

For a short term order selection

For order selection, if the guidance is managed

IF ONE MCDU FAILS:A

The remaining MCDU communicates with both FMGCs

The opposite FMGC does not receive any MCDU inputs

The FMGCs go into Independant Operation

THE AMBER "FAIL "ANNUNCIATOR, ON MCDU, MEANS:-

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MCDU failure

FMGC failure

FM failure

BOTH AP(s) CAN BE ENGAGED SIMULTANEOUSLY:A

At any time

In CRUISE

In APPROACH mode

THE FAC FUNCTIONS ARE:A

B
protection
C
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Yaw damper, pitch trim, rudder trim and flight envelope protection
Yaw damper, rudder trim, rudder travel limitation and flight envelope
Yaw damper, rudder trim and pitch trim

WITH AUTOPILOT NOT ENGAGED, YAW DAMPER ORDERS ARE


COMPUTED BY:A

Either FMGC or ELAC

Either ELAC or FAC

FMGC and FAC

WITH AP ENGAGED OPERATION OF THE RUDDER TRIM


SELECTOR WILL:A

Have no affect on the rudder trim system

Cause the autopilot to disconnect

Cause the rudder to move

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IN NORMAL CONDITIONS, AFTER A YAW DAMPER FAILURE:A

RTL, RT and YD functions are performed by FAC 2

RTL and RT functions are performed by FAC 1, YD function is lost

RTL and RT functions are performed by FAC 1, YD function by


FAC 2

ALPHA FLOOR DETECTION IS COMPUTED BY:


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The FAC or the ELAC

The ELAC only

The SEC in direct law

WITH A FAILURE OF BOTH FACs IT IS POSSIBLE TO ENGAGE:A

A/THR and AP

A/THR but not AP

Neither A/THR nor AP

BELOW 400 FEET, THE LAND MODE CAN BE DEACTIVATED BY:A

Pressing the LOC push-button

Go-around engagement

Pressing the APPR push-button

TO CONTROL THE AIRCRAFT SURFACES THE FMGCs PROVIDE


OUTPUT COMMANDS TO THE:A

ELACs and FACs

ELACs only

ELACs and SECs

WITH ONE AP ENGAGED, ALL YAW DAMPER ORDERS ARE


COMPUTED BY THE:A

FMGCs

FACs

ELACs