COM 4.4 COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE

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COM 4.4 COMMUNICATIONS FAILURE

Existing policies are no longer valid, are out of date and need a substantial review. A simplified approach is needed and can only be achieved through a unified global procedure.

Some radios have a sleep mode that causes communication failures without being noticed. This results in serious security and cost issues for the military.

RCF is a rare occurrence, but it can result in undesirable situations. Present ICAO procedures are not always adequate or practical.


IFATCA Policy is:

The definition of a communication failure is:

A communication failure is a breakdown or unintentional downgrade in the designated means of air-ground communication required for ATS.


See: Resolution B6 – WP 87 – Bali 2013

IFATCA Policy is:

There is one unified global set of procedures for communication failure.


See: Resolution B7 – WP 87 – Bali 2013

 

Last Update: September 29, 2020  

November 5, 2019   215   Jean-Francois Lepage    COM    

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