Posted by: pendeka7 | June 8, 2010

week 7 and 8

week 7 was basically the week in IT department because ive spent most of the days in that particular week doing preventive maintenance with the AMSS crew. We went to Kem Sungai Besi and TUDM Sungai Besi for the routine. The other thing I did were following NAVI AID crew to SM NDB site to install the system back in and followed Ms Azidah Laily to FRCC, DCA to update the dockets.

for week 8, I spent most of the time at the office revising on ARINC. ARINC is the short name for Aeronautical Radio Incorporated. ARINC is a company from the United States. It provides transport communications and systems engineering solutions for eight industries: (aviation, airports, defense, government, healthcare, networks, security, and transportation).

The Engineering Department at Aeronautical Radio, Inc (ARINC), in an effort to reduce crew workload and improve data integrity, introduced the ACARS system in July 1978. Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS) is a digital datalink system for transmission of short, relatively simple messages between aircraft and ground stations via radio or satellite. The protocol, which was designed by ARINC to replace their VHF voice service and deployed in 1978, uses telex formats. SITA later augmented their worldwide ground data network by adding radio stations to provide ACARS service. The content of ACARS’ messages are the take off times to location reports, broken equipment reports, passengers on board etc.

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  1. dh nk abis dh syg practical..


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