A: difference in depth of modulation
B: envelope matching
C: beat frequency discrimination
D: phase comparison
A: It has no influence because, by selecting of the most suitable signals, the computing process in the receiver is quicker
B: It increases because only signals from satellites in the most suitable geometric constellation are selected by the receiver
C: It degrades position accuracy by manipulating satellite signals
D: It degrades accuracy by reducing the number of available satellites
A: oscillation about the longitudinal axis.
B: oscillation about the normal axis.
C: oscillation about the lateral axis.
D: unstable movement of the aeroplane, induced by the pilot.
A: is always dynamically stable.
B: can be dynamically stable, neutral or unstable.
C: is never dynamically stable.
D: is always dynamically unstable.
A: always dynamically stable.
B: never dynamically stable.
C: sometimes dynamically stable.
D: sometimes dynamically unstable.
A: When gear retraction is completed.
B: 35 ft above ground.
C: 400 ft above field elevation.
D: 1500 ft above field elevation.
A: when flap retraction begins.
B: when landing gear is fully retracted.
C: when flaps are selected up.
D: when acceleration starts from V2 to the speed for flap retraction.