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Message started by shuband on Feb 8th, 2018 at 12:47am

Title: Re: Transponder in C mode
Post by Alpolex on Feb 4th, 2019 at 10:01pm
CaptainSim,

your behaviour is really strange. To be honest, EVERY aircraft in this price category is used for online flying with VATSIM or IVAO. However, even when it is not used for this purpose, that's a basic standard. Like that Fuel Press lights comes up while the Center Tanks are below 500kg, but what do I say? I have mentioned it a thousand times, but nobody is listenig with excuses that I do not use the correct way of documentation...

To remain on the topic, every aircraft, whether it is Pee Ehm Dee Gee (sorry, but you are really deleting other automatically, whats that for a sh**?), Aerosoft or FSLabs, every aircraft is capable of interacting with IVAP (IVAO) or vPilot (VATSIM), which means, selecting the XPDR to TA/RA initalises Squawk Mode C, and re-selecting the STBY mode de-selects it.

Just to make it once more clear for your guys:

(A) While flying Online on the well known network VATSIM (https://www.vatsim.net/) it is necessary to distuingish between Mode C active or not.

While flying on VATSIM, the following client named vPilot (http://vpilot.metacraft.com/) is beeing used by the majority of the users.

Usually, you have to click on "Mode C" and select or de-select this mode. But, as you previously stated, that your product is a state-of-the-art product, we do expect that for example an easy function like the transponder which goes from STBY to XPDR, TA or TA/RA does automatically gives a signal to the online client, which activates or de-activates the Mode C.

Ah, just to remain clear, as it might be a so called "third party software". We are using Lockheed Martin Prepar 3D (https://www.prepar3d.com/)

Best Regards,
Alexander




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