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Flying the old-fashioned way

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Tailhook Chief Captain

I thought I'd better draw your attention to this as it is listed under 'Gauges'.

This is the file description:

A bona fide Radio Range System simulating a robust navigation technique of the 1940s which lasted until the advent of the VOR. Uses Morse Code A and N audio signals to determine course. Nearly a year in development, this package includes a standalone DC-3 (based on the default) with three panels, new gauges and greatly improved flight dynamics; scenery for 118 Radio Range stations of Eastern US and SE Canada (from 1944 sectional charts) with approach plates for each; and a comprehensive instruction manual. All necessary system, program and sound files are included. Future enhancements will add Western US and Canadian stations.

Arrow http://library.avsim.net/esearch.php?DLID=82861&CatID=fs2004gau

BTW it comes with its own .exe for those who don't like installing manually Idea

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hinch Chief Captain

i saw that. it all sounds good - but being the modern man that i am...what does it all mean?! how does it work?

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CRJCapt Chief Captain

The four-course radio range description.
http://www.navfltsm.addr.com/ndb-nav-history.htm
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