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(3) Very good. You should (1) test the new signals for detectability; (2)
make sure the new signal isn't already in use for other purposes; (3) use
frequencies between 500 and 3,000 Hz; and (4) keep both the old and new
systems in effect until people become accustomed to the new one.
So here we are back to our real-world problem. You've thought about
the auditory characteristics of the cockpit; now, let's think about the
visual displays. Which of the following is one of the first things you want
(1) Be sure primary displays and emergency displays are placed where they
can be seen easily. Turn to Page 81.
(2) Space the primary displays evenly between the pilot and chief navigator
so both have access to these. Turn to Page 71.
(3) Ensure that primary displays are located at least 60 degrees below the
horizon so as to be well within the normal line of sight. Turn to Page 99.
From Page 90
(2) This answer is partially correct, but not totally.
Return to Page 90.
From Page 14
(3) You may be part of the costing team, but you will be concerned with
other things as well. There is a better answer. Return to Page 14.