BOEING 747-400 - Communications

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BOEING 747-400 - Communications

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Q 1. When a Transmitter Select switch on the Audio Panel is pressed, the MIC light illuminates. How many MIC lights can be simutaneously illuminated on one Audio Panel?

A. One
B. Three
C. One VHF MIC and one HF MIC
D. One VHF MIC and the Flight Interphone System (FLT) MIC

Q 2. What option does the first officer have when his Audio Panel has failed?

A. Share Captain's Audio Panel
B. Listen to the Captain's speaker if it is available
C. Use the Observer's Audio Panel

Q 3. If the left HF, upper side band is selected on the left Radio Tuning Panel, what are the indications?

A. Left HF and AM indicators are illuminated
B. HF indicator is illuminated, AM indicator is extinguished
C.

Q 4. Left HF and offside turning indicators are illuminated
The left radio tuning panel has failed. How is the left HF sensitivity adjusted?

A. The pilot selects HF L on the right radio tuning panel and adjusts the sensitivity.
B. The pilot selects HF L on the center radio tuning panel and adjusts the sensitivity.
C. The pilot adjusts the sensitivity using the left radio tuning panel.
D. Left HF sensitivity adjustment is no longer possible following failure of the left radio tuning panel.

Q 5. Which radios are normally associated with each radio tuning panel?

A. Left - VHF L and HF L
B. Center - VHF C; Right - VHF R and HF R
C. Left - VHF L and HF R; Center - VHF C; Right - VHF R and HF L
D. Center - VHF C, Right and Left may choose any radio without preference being given

Q 6. hat stations can be connected through the flight interphone system?

A. All flight deck crew stations and the right body gear position
B. All flight deck crew stations and the nose gear position
C. All flight deck crew stations, landing gear positions and nose gear position

Q 7. What switch combination must the flight deck select to communicate with the service interphone system when using the boom microphone?

A. Select FLT transmitter selector and service interphone switch in the off position
B. Select FLT transmitter selector and service interphone switch in the on position
C. Select CAB transmitter selector and service interphone switch in the off position

Q 8. Can the flight deck communicate with the cabin interphone without using the interphone handset?

A. Yes.
B. No.

Q 9. What is indicated by an illuminated CALL light on the L VHF Transmitter Select switch?

A. The cabin crew is calling the flight deck.
B. A call has been received by SELCAL on the left VHF.
C. The ground crew is calling.
D. An ACARS data transmission is being received on the left VHF.

Q 10. What must the Captain do to extinguish the "CALL" light on the left VHF with the left VHF transmitter selected?

A. No action is required, the CALL light will extinguish automatically after 30 seconds.
B. Push another Transmitter Select switch.
C. Press any MIC/INTERPHONE switch.
D. Push the left VHF Transmitter Select switch.

Q 11. (Passenger/Combi) Which of the following is not indicated by an illuminated "CALL" light on the CAB Transmitter Select switch?

A. The location of the calling station is displayed on the Interphone Panel.
B. A chime is heard on the flight deck.
C. Up to 3 incoming calls may be received from the cabin at the same time.
D. Stored calls can not be reviewed before answering.

Q 12. What does an illuminated flight interphone CALL light on the audio panel indicate?

A. Another airplane is calling.
B. A ground crew technician is calling the flight deck.
C. Someone is calling the flight deck on the VHF radio.
D. The FLT transmitter select switch is stuck in the ON position.

Q 13. What occurs when the Cockpit Voice Recorder Test button is pushed?

A. An audible tone is transmitted
B. All four recorder channels are tested
C. The voice recouder tape is erased

Q 14. To erase the cockpit voice recorder tape, what conditions must be met?

A. Press the erase switch on the ground, AC power on, and the parking brake set
B. Press the erase switch on the ground, DC power on, and the parking brake set
C. Press the erase switch anytime.

Q 15. Which of the following navigation radio sources can not be simultaneously monitored on the Audio Panel and distributed to the flight deck speaker?

A. Right ILS and Right VOR
B. Left ADF and Marker Beacon
C. Center ILS and Marker Beacon
D. Right ADF and Left ILS.

Q 16. Which of the following actions is not required to monitor Right ADF voice signals on the flight deck speaker?

A. Select R ADF on the VOR/ADF Receiver selector.
B. Set the Navigation Filter to R.
C. Depress and set VOR/ADF receiver volume control.
D. Depress and set SPKR volume control.

Q 17. What action must the First Officer take to restore full communications control when the F/O Audio Panel fails?

A. Share Captain's hand microphone and flight deck speaker.
B. No actions restore full communications capability.
C. Select the Observer Audio System switch to the F/O position and use the Observer Audio Panel.
D. Limit use to the radio selected before the failure.

Q 18. What are the correct indications that the left HF, upper side band is selected on the left radio tuning panel?

A. The left HF and AM lights are illuminated.
B. The left HF light is illuminated, AM light is extinguished.
C. The left HF and Offside Tuning lights are illuminated.
D. The left HF light is illuminated and USB displays in the ACTIVE frequency window left of the frequency.

Q 19. When electrical power is first applied to the airplane, what is the association between radios and radio tuning panels?

A. The left radio tuning panel associates with VHF L and HF L; the center radio tuning panel associates with VHF C; the right radio tuning panel associates with VHF R and HF R.
B. The left radio tuning panel associates with VHF L and HF L; the center radio tuning panel associates with VHF C; the right radio tuning panel associates with VHF L and HF R.
C. The left radio tuning panel associates with VHF L; the right radio tuning panel associates with VHF R. HF association must be manually selected.
D. The left radio tuning panel associates with VHF L and HF L; the right radio tuning panel associates with VHF R and HF R. VHF C can only be selected by the center radio tuning panel.

Q 20. With the Service Interphone switch OFF, what stations are connected through the flight interphone system?

A. All flight deck crew stations and all ground crew stations at various locations around the airplane.
B. All flight deck crew stations and ground crew through the flight interphone jack in the nose landing gear wheel well position.
C. All flight deck crew stations and ground crew through the flight interphone jacks in the main and nose landing gear wheel well positions.
D. Only flight deck crew stations.

Q 21. The flight crew wishes to communicate with only the ground crew at the nose landing gear wheel well position. What switch actions must the pilot make if they wish to communicate using their boom microphone?

A. Select FLT Transmitter select switch and Service Interphone switch in the ON position.
B. Select CAB Transmitter select switch and Service Interphone switch in the OFF position.
C. Select FLT Transmitter select switch and Service Interphone switch in the OFF position.
D. Select PA Transmitter select switch and Service Interphone switch in the ON position.

Q 22. Which of the following methods does not allow the flight deck to communicate over the cabin interphone system?

A. Through the Interphone Handset on the aft aisle stand.
B. Through the hand microphone and the Audio Panel CAB Transmitter Selector.
C. Through the boom microphone and the Audio Panel CAB Transmitter Selector.
D. Through the boom microphone and the Audio Panel Push-to-Talk switch INT position.

Q 23. Which of the following is not indicated by an illuminated Offside Tuning Light on the left Radio Tuning Panel?

A. This indication is possible following the initial application of electrical power based on the selections made by the previous crew.
B. A center or right Radio Tuning Switch is set to a left radio.
C. Rotating the Frequency Selector on the left Radio Tuning Panel will affect the radio frequency selection in all panels associated to the same radio.
D. A left Radio Tuning Switch is set to a center or right radio.

Q 24. Which of the following statements about the Radio Tuning Panel is not correct?

A. The panel is disabled if any VHF radio transmits more than 35 seconds.
B. When the Offside Tuning light is illuminated, the frequency in the STANDBY window mirrors changes made on the other panel associated with the same radio.
C. Pushing the Frequency Transfer switch moves the frequency in the STANDBY window to the ACTIVE window.
D. The white OFF light is illuminated when the panel is disconnected from communications radios.

Q 25. hat happens when the pilot pushes the CAB transmitter select switch twice in two seconds?

A. Nothing, the second push cancels the selection.
B. A conference call is initiated with all cabin stations.
C. A priority call is placed to a pre-selected cabin station.
D. A pre-recorded message is sent to a pre-selected cabin station.

Q 26. Which statement about radio tuning is correct?

A. HF L can only be tuned by the left radio tuning panel.
B. The offside tuning light will illuminate only on the active radio tuning panel.
C. The center radio tuning panel can not be used to tune an HF radio.
D. Any VHF radio can be controlled by any radio tuning panel.

Q 27. (Passenger/Combi) Which of the following methods does not allow the flight crew to make a PA announcement to all areas of the cabin?

A. Push the FLT transmitter selector switch twice within two seconds.
B. Push the PA transmitter select switch on the audio panel and key any associated MIC switch.
C. Push the PA transmitter select switch on the audio panel and using the flight deck handset, push the PTT PA Push To Talk switch.
D. Remove the pilot's interphone handset, push the P interphone switch on the interphone panel and using the flight deck handset, push the PTT PA Push To Talk switch.

Q 28. When an HF transmitter is keyed after a frequency change the antenna tunes. While the antenna is being tuned, a tone can be heard through the audio system. How much time must be allowed for the antenna to tune?

A. A tone longer than 11 seconds indicates failure of the system to tune.
B. A tone longer than 7 seconds indicates failure of the system to tune.
C. A tone longer than 26 seconds indicates failure of the system to tune.
D. A tone longer than 19 seconds indicates failure of the system to tune.

Q 29. How many seconds of continuous VHF radio transmission results in an automatic disabling of the transmitter on the ground?

A. 20 seconds
B. 30 seconds
C. 35 seconds
D. 25 seconds.

Q 30. What is indicated by the EICAS message >RADIO TRANSMIT?

A. A VHF radio is keyed for 25 seconds or longer.
B. An HF radio failed to tune. Do not transmit on that radio.
C. A VHF priority incoming transmission requires pilot attention.
D. A VHF or HF radio is keyed for 30 seconds or longer.

Q 31. In which way is identification of the ILS ident signal possible?

A. On the NAV RAD page.
B. On the PFD or via the Approach (APP) Receiver Selector with the Navigation Filter Selector out of voice (except for voice ident).
C. Via the Approach (APP) Receiver Selector (Navigation Filter Selector is irrelevant).

Q 32. How do you verify if there is a PA-announcement in progress by the cabin crew?

A. By pushing the PA transmitter select switch and listen out.
B. By pushing the CAB receiver selector/volume control.
C. PA IN USE will be displayed on the Interphone Station Indicator.

Q 33. The Observer (OBS) AUDIO SYSTEM Switch is used to:

A. Enable the observer to listen to audio selected on the Captains or First Officers audio panel or, in the normal position, to both.
B. Make it possible that the Captain or First Officer can make a direct call to the Observer, without interfering with other selected audio.
C. Allows Captain or First Officer to use the Observer’s audio panel.

Q 34. Pushing the Frequency Transfer Switch, transfers:

A. STANDBY window frequency to ACTIVE window and tunes selected radio to new active frequency.
B. ACTIVE frequency from Captains Radio Tuning Panel to the First Officers Radio Tuning Panel.
C. HF L to VHF L.
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