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    OK, you say "exact same location" which implies...

    OK, you say "exact same location" which implies to me that it's fine, then you hit a spot and it stutters. Does it just stutter while you're on or near that spot, or does it continue once you've hit...
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    You say you have "tweaked" your sim (we have no...

    You say you have "tweaked" your sim (we have no idea what that actually entails), but did you try reducing the scenery sliders (including air, road and boat traffic) to minimal, perhaps one at a...
  3. I don't know what the sim uses. In real life each...

    I don't know what the sim uses. In real life each airport will have its specific criteria for what freqs it uses. For instance, at KBJC (Rocky Mountain Metro, formerly Jeffco) they use 118.6 for...
  4. I just sampled some of the lectures, and it looks...

    I just sampled some of the lectures, and it looks as if there's a lot of good info there, pretty well done, as you might expect from an MIT class. These are recorded lectures done in front of an...
  5. Thread: ILS in the C172

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    Not having that sim, it's not clear to me whether...

    Not having that sim, it's not clear to me whether the standard C-172 is glass or round dial, because if it's round dial then there's likely a needle rather than a white or green diamond.


    That...
  6. Thread: ILS in the C172

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    A point of terminology, Neil: The ILS has a...

    A point of terminology, Neil: The ILS has a localizer and it has a glide slope (vertical guidance, of course), but the localizer is strictly for horizontal guidance and has no glide slope. Also, were...
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    I don't know about MSFS 2020, since I don't have...

    I don't know about MSFS 2020, since I don't have it, and I don't have Australian charts, but a real world chart should not show a VOR if one doesn't exist. But it still would have to have you tune...
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    Actually, they should -- here's why: A TACAN...

    Actually, they should -- here's why:

    A TACAN doesn't use 110.7 or any of the other freqs on which you find VORs. Being a military device it operates at much higher frequencies. However civilians...
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    A friend and I had a problem like that with some...

    A friend and I had a problem like that with some FSX aircraft some years ago. He spent quite a while experimenting with the engine/prop parameters in the .air and .cfg files and finally cured it. I...
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    Yes, you're right Neil. You have to have the nav...

    Yes, you're right Neil. You have to have the nav receiver selected on the audio panel AND you must have the button on the radio itself pressed.

    Yes John, your experience with altitude is because...
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    I have to agree with nsproles: You also...

    I have to agree with nsproles:


    You also didn't mention the state of the TO/FROM flag. You can very quickly check whether the VOR is receiving a signal by rotating the OBS and noting the needle...
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    Yes, except on many older (probably pre-1980)...

    Yes, except on many older (probably pre-1980) aircraft, where it used to almost always be MPH (in the U.S. at least). There was a period when MPH was the outside and larger scale on the ASI and knots...
  13. Thread: Aviation movies

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    Yes, glider training/experience can teach you a...

    Yes, glider training/experience can teach you a lot, both in aircraft handling and in "microweather," the effects of heating, wind, etc. on the movement of air, and how it relates to lift, sink,...
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    Under those conditions there certainly would be a...

    Under those conditions there certainly would be a huge difference. At 1,000 MSL and 60º F the figures would be MUCH closer; Thanks for getting actual numbers. Not having FS2020 I couldn't check those.
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    Duh.. :o It certainly is a possible answer,...

    Duh.. :o

    It certainly is a possible answer, depending on the altitude and temperature. Under some conditions (low altitude, low temp) the two would be close, while at higher altitudes in summer...
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    No biggie...

    No biggie...
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    Did you read my post above?

    Did you read my post above?
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    If you are flying IFR (which you are if you're...

    If you are flying IFR (which you are if you're shooting an ILS approach, in the real world) then you want a means of navigation. ATC won't navigate for you -- those folks are often WAY too busy for...
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    Multiply knots by 1.15 to get mph, or divide mph...

    Multiply knots by 1.15 to get mph, or divide mph by 1.15 to get knots. For me it's easy to recall that 100 kts is 115 mph, or mph is 15 more per 100. And yes, the measurement system came from the...
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    130 knots is 150 MPH -- that might be the...

    130 knots is 150 MPH -- that might be the difference.
  21. Thread: Newbie

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    Are you talking about real world aircraft? The...

    Are you talking about real world aircraft? The Cessna 150/152, Cessna 172, Piper Warrior and Archer are probably the most common trainers today, but many aspects of your training could be enhanced by...
  22. Thread: Heading problem

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    I can't give you a precise answer, but...

    I can't give you a precise answer, but compatibility mode is there for things that were done (software wise) in a different fashion than in the current Windows, so evidently something (perhaps...
  23. One thing to note about Stick And Rudder is that...

    One thing to note about Stick And Rudder is that it is even more effective after taking a real flight or two, since you don't feel some of the things he's talking about when in a non-motion...
  24. Nicely said. In real aviation it's best to have a...

    Nicely said. In real aviation it's best to have a backup for most anything, and that includes for when electronics fail (sooner or later, Murphy awaits).
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    I don't think so. I don't fly these myself, but I...

    I don't think so. I don't fly these myself, but I have a friend who does, even used to teach in an airline simulator (I was lucky enough to get some time in it), and the 757 and 767 use the same full...
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