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==Visibility ranges==
 
==Visibility ranges==
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VATSIM Code of Conduct § C12:
  
Visibility ranges dienen unter anderem dazu, die VATSIM Server nicht zu überlasten. Jeder Radarclient lässt sich auf eine bestimmte Range konfigurieren. Setzt man diese Reichweite also z.B. auf 100nm sind für den Controller nur jene Flüge und ATC Stationen sichtbar, die innerhalb dieser Visibility range liegen. Gleiches gilt für Piloten: Sie können nur die ATC Stationen "sehen" in deren Reichweite sie sich befinden.
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All Air Traffic Controllers (ATC) are required to set an appropriate visibility range for the position they are manning. The maximum ranges for a given position shall be based on the following table:
  
===Einstellungen im Radarclient===
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Clearance Delivery: max. 20 nm
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Ground Control: max. 20 nm
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Tower Control: max. 50 nm
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Approach Control: max. 150 nm
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Departure Control: max. 150 nm
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Enroute (Center) Control: max. 600 nm
  
* 10-20 nm für DEL/GND
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Controllers are not permitted to set visibility ranges higher than the maximum ranges set forth in the above table unless they have prior written approval from the VATSIM.net Board of Governors, Network Administrators or Network Supervisors. Controllers found violating this rule shall be first warned to lower their visibility ranges to the maximum range for their ATC position. Controllers who repeatedly violate this rule are subject to the procedures set forth in Article VI. of the VATSIM.net Code of Regulations which could result in removal from VATSIM and revocation of their Certificate Number.
* 30-50 nm für TWR
 
* 100-150 nm für APP/DEP
 
* 300-600 nm für CTR
 
  
===Hinweis für Observer===
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Approved Flight Service Stations, as specified in Appendix B of the VATSIM Global Rating Policy (http://www.vatim.net/network/docs/grp/ ). Network Supervisors and Network Administrators operating in furtherance of their duties are not subject to this rule.
 
 
Wer als Observer online ist, sollte seine Visibility Range dem Luftraum anpassen. Für Österreich sollten also 100nm reichen. Zu beachten ist (siehe VATSIM Code of Conduct A 9), dass auch eine Session als Observer nicht länger als 30 Minuten unbeaufsichtigt sein darf.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 00:12, 12 January 2012

Visibility ranges

VATSIM Code of Conduct § C12:

All Air Traffic Controllers (ATC) are required to set an appropriate visibility range for the position they are manning. The maximum ranges for a given position shall be based on the following table:

Clearance Delivery: max. 20 nm Ground Control: max. 20 nm Tower Control: max. 50 nm Approach Control: max. 150 nm Departure Control: max. 150 nm Enroute (Center) Control: max. 600 nm

Controllers are not permitted to set visibility ranges higher than the maximum ranges set forth in the above table unless they have prior written approval from the VATSIM.net Board of Governors, Network Administrators or Network Supervisors. Controllers found violating this rule shall be first warned to lower their visibility ranges to the maximum range for their ATC position. Controllers who repeatedly violate this rule are subject to the procedures set forth in Article VI. of the VATSIM.net Code of Regulations which could result in removal from VATSIM and revocation of their Certificate Number.

Approved Flight Service Stations, as specified in Appendix B of the VATSIM Global Rating Policy (http://www.vatim.net/network/docs/grp/ ). Network Supervisors and Network Administrators operating in furtherance of their duties are not subject to this rule.