RTR-Radio Telephony Restricted (Aeronautical)Online Preparation Course
Indian RTR (A) - RadioTransmission Regulations and Procedures, Oral Exam- Viva Prep. Validity 1 Year
RTR-Radio Telephony Restricted (Aeronautical)Online Preparation Course is designed and created for the students appearing for Indian RTR (A) exam in different centres New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kolkata.
The WPC (Wireless Planning and coordination) wing of the Ministry of Communication, Government of India conducts this examination and issues the RTR(A) license in India. For obtaining CPL from DGCA India, it is a mandatory requirement to get your RTR (A) licence.
The RTR (Aeronautical) exam consists of following two parts.
- Part 1: Practical test in Regulations and Procedures (Transmission)
- Part 2: Oral Exam (VIVA) in A) Regulation and Procedure B) Radio principles and practice
Our Online Radio Telephony Restricted (Aeronautical) exam preparation course comprehensively prepares you to successfully pass this examination in the shortest possible time. A minimum regular study of the course, while your flying training is going on, can also make you prepare for the Indian RTR (A) exam. So basically, there is no need to stop your flying for clearing the RTR exam. Moreover, an indepth study of the course is also suitable to make you prepare for the same if your RTR exam is knocking at the door.
The main difficulty of clearng the RTR (A) exam is lack of proper study materials and guidance. Students have no clear idea what to study and from where to study, and how to practice systematically. Here we have come up with an easy solution to provide you the best material to study, guide you for practice, instructor's assistance on request and finally boost up your confidence.
What is Radio Telephony Restricted (Aero) -- "RTR (A)"
The R. T. R. (A) is a professional license of an international standard as per the general guidelines given under international radio regulations. In India this license is issued by the WPC wing of the Department of Telecommunication Govt. of India.
This Examination is conducted in two parts. Part I is a twenty five minutes session, in which a practical test in Regulations and Procedures is given. It is also known as, Transmission. In case a person clears it, he is asked to appear in part two. Part 2 is an oral exam in regulation and Procedure and radio principles and practice. It is conducted the Chief Examiner, who is from WPC and one representative from DGCA/AAI.
Part 1 Exam has ATS route charts, transmission techniques, formats of transmission as per AIP (Aeronautical Information Publication), India.
Part 2 Exam has Basic electricity, Radio Navigational Aids, working of transmitter-receiver, modulation, HF-VHF communication, Regulations, flight plan, DGCA CARs etc.
Syllabus of RTR (A) Exam
Section A – Regulation and Procedure:
General and aeronautical ‘Q’ code signals and other abbreviations as contained in Annex-10 (vol. 1 & 2) of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
General Radio Telephone communication procedure and radio telephone communication procedure for distress & urgency and spellings used in telephony for words and figures. License requirements of radio apparatus used in aircraft.
Minimum requirement of radio Equipment to be carried on aircraft as prescribed in Annex-6 of the International Civil Aviation Organization and navigation facilities available together with principal frequencies to be used for communication and navigation within India.
Meteorological codes, pre-flight briefing services and the usages. Knowledge of Notices to Airman issued by the Civil Aviation Authority in India as applicable to the aeronautical mobile and air traffic control services.
SECTION B - Radio Principles and Practice:
Knowledge of electrical units such as volt. Ampere, ohm and watt, wave length, frequency and their relationship.
Knowledge of radio frequency propagation, day and night frequencies, skip distance, fading ground shadow and its effect on communication, choice of frequencies to attain maximum efficiency in handling air-ground HF communications.
General knowledge of system employed for air ground communication including SELCAL operation, inter communication and announcing system of aircraft, elementary knowledge of radio navigation aids, operation of microphones and headphones, squelch, A. V. C volume control, tuning of transmitter, simplex and duplex operation, advantages and disadvantages of H. F. Radiotelephony communication and limitations of range due to frequency interference etc.
Language of instruction: English