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Inspection checklist for CNS facilities:

NAME OF airfield
PERIOD FOR INSPECTION
DATE
NAME

DESIGNATION

PERIOD

UNIT

NAME

DESIGNATION

STATION
INCHARGES
DURING THE
PERIOD

1. VHF /VCCS/ RECORDER/


TIME SIGNAL

UNIT

DISTRIBUTION

INCHARGES
2. VOR/DME/NDB

3. ILS

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S. NO.

FACILITIES INSTALLED

1.

VHF

2.

RECORDER

3.

TIMING SIGNAL DISTRIBUTION

4.

CNS FACILITY STATUS INDICATOR

5.

NDB

6.

VOR/DME

7.

ILS

TEST EQPTS

NAME

CHECK AND

CALIBRATION
VALID UP TO

REQUIRED FOR
PERFORMANCE

STAUS

1.
2.

MAINTENANCE
OF ABOVE

3.

FACILITIES
4.

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NAME OF THE SITE:

CVOR/DVOR

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VOR & DME

FACILITY INSPECTED

MAKE OF THE EQUIPMENT

VOR\DME

MODEL OF THE EQUIPMENT

ASII

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FACILITY INSPECTION
1. Equipment History
No.
A

Aspects

CAR

Compliance

Reference

Status

Remarks

Age
What is the prescribed life of the equipment as per
manufacturer?

i.

Year of manufacture/ procurement?

ii.

Year of installation/ commissioning

iii.

What is the service life in years till now?

iv.

If it has out lived then what is the action plan


for replacement/ continuation?

1997

Major changes since last inspection


i.

Has there been any major site related change


since last inspection which might have an
impact on the normal functioning of the facility?

ii.

If yes, then has its impact been studied and


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analysed?
iii.

What steps have been taken to mitigate the


impact.

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2. Equipment Performance
Facility General Status
i.

Are both channels working normal?

ii.

If not then give reasons for un-serviceability

Nml

and action plan for restoration.


iii.

Are the remote control systems for both the


channel functioning normally?

iv.

If not then give action plan for restoration.

v.

Are the facility status indicators at tower and


equipment room for both the channels working
normal?

Flight / Ground checks


i.

When was the last ground check


done?(enclose last report)

ii.

When was the last flight check done? (enclose


last report)

The compliance status of the CARs associated with performance of VOR/DME may please be given in the format as given below.
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CAR compliance status for DVOR


S no.

Parameter

CAR

Reference value/ tolerance

Reference

Value

Compliance

Remarks

Status

1.

Radio Frequency

3.3.2

0.002%

2.

Deviation

3.3.3.1

2.0

3.

Alignment with

3.3.2.1

2.0

3.3.3.2

2.0

neighboring stations
4.

i.

Accuracy

ii.

Polarization

2.0

iii.

Alignment

2.0

iv.

Bends

3.5

v.

Roughness and

vi.
5.

scalloping

3.0

Flyability

Flyable

Coverage

3.3.4.1

Up to required distance and to an


elevation angle of 400

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S no.

Parameter

CAR

Reference value/ tolerance

Reference

Value

Compliance

Remarks

Status

6.

Field strength

3.3.4.2

90 V/m

7.

9 960 Hz deviation

3.3.5.1

16+1

8.

9 960 Hz modulation

3.3.5.2

28% to 32%

3.3.5.3

28% to 32%

3.3.5.4

30 Hz +1%

3.3.5.5

9960 Hz+1%

3.3.5.6

< 5%

3.3.5.7

2nd Harmonics -30 dB

depth
9.

30 Hz modulation
depth

10.

30 Hz modulation
frequency

11.

9 960 Hz subcarrier
frequency

12.

Amp. Mod. Of 9 960


Hz subcarrier
frequency

13.

Sideband level of
harmonics of 9 960 Hz

3rd Harmonics -50 dB


4th Harmonics -60 dB

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S no.

Parameter

CAR

Reference value/ tolerance

Reference

Value

Compliance

Remarks

Status

14.

Identification speed

3.3.6.5

7 words per minute

15.

Identification repetition

3.3.6.5

> once every 30 sec.

16.

Identification tone

3.3.6.5

1020 Hz+50 Hz

3.3.6.6

< 20%

3.3.7.1

Radiation should cease if a change in

frequency
17.

18.

Identification
modulation depth with
no communications
channel
Bearing monitor

excess of 10 monitored
19.

Modulation monitor

3.3.7.1

Radiation should cease if reduction of


15% of modulation is monitored for
either subcarrier of 30 Hz or both

20.

Failure of monitor

3.3.7.2

By removing the ident and


navigations component
or
Cause radiation to cease.

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CAR compliance status for DME


S no.

Parameter

CAR

Reference value/ tolerance

Reference
1.

Value

Compliance

Remarks

Status

Transmitter
-

Frequency stability

3.5.4.1.2

+0.002%

Pulse spectrum

3.5.4.1.3

+ 2MHz of central frequency

Pulse shape

3.5.4.1.3

Rise time <3S,Duration


3.5+0.5S,Decay time< 3.5S
nominal 2.5S

Pulse spacing

3.5.4.1.4

12-6sec.+0.25-6sec

Peak power output

3.5.4.1.5

>-89dBW/m2

Peak variation

3.5.4.1.5.4

Any pair of pulses shall not differ by


more than 1 dB.

Pulse
frequency

repetition 3.5.4.1.5.6

Minimum 700 PP/Sec to Maximum


2700 +90 PP/Sec

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S no.

Parameter

CAR

Reference value/ tolerance

Reference
2.

Value

Compliance

Remarks

Status

Receiver
-

Frequency stability

3.5.4.2.2

+0.002%

Sensitivity

3.5.4.2.3.1

-103dBW/m2

Sensitivity

3.5.4.2.6

3dB for +100KHz drift in

with load

variation
interrogation frequency

Bandwidth

3.5.4.2.3.5

< 1dB for transponder loading of 0 to


90% of maximum transmission rate.

3.

Decoder

3.5.4.3

4.

Time delay

3.5.4.4

5.

Identification

3.5.3.6

No response to interrogations with


pulse spacing more than 2 s from
nominal
X-channel: 50 s
1 350 pulse pairs during key down
periods proper Morse code
sequence
dot length = 0.1 to 0.16 s; dash = 0.3
to 0.48 s;
spacing between dot and dash = dot
length 10%; spacing between
letters <3 dots 10 s total length of
one code sequence <10 seconds

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S no.

Parameter

CAR

Reference value/ tolerance

Reference
6.

Monitor action

3.5.4.7.2.2

7.

Monitor action delay

3.5.4.7.2.5

8.

Coverage

3.5.3.1.2

9.

Accuracy

Value

Compliance

Remarks

Status
Monitor alarms when:
Reply delay varies by more than 1
s (0.5 s for DME associated with
a landing aid)
Delay <10 seconds

Signal strength such that field


density >-89 dBW/m2 at limits or
/3.5.4.1.5.2
operational requirements
3.5.4.5
<150 m
<75 m for DME associated with
landing aids

10.

Pulse shape

3.5.4.1.3

11.

Pulse spacing

3.5.4.1.4

Rise time <3 s


Duration 3.5 s, 0.5 s
Decay time <3.5 s
Instant amplitude, between 95%
rise/fall edge, should not fall below
95% of maximum amplitude
X channel: 12 0.25 s

12.

Identification

3.5.3.6

Correct,

clear,

properly

synchronized
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S no.

Parameter

CAR

Reference value/ tolerance

Reference
13.

Reply efficiency

3.5.4.6.1

Value

Compliance

Remarks

Status
Note areas where this changes
significantly

14.

Unlocks

3.3.15

Note where unlocking occurs

(Doc 8071)
15.

Standby equipment

3.3.16

Same as primary transmitter

(Doc 8071)
16.

Standby power

3.3.17

Should

not

affect

transponder

(Doc 8071) parameters

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3. Equipment Failure analysis


A.

DVOR
i.

List all the NOTAMs related to the facility since last


inspection.

ii.

What is the total duration, total numbers of failures and


their causes in the last one year? (prepare a chart as per
format given in annex)

B.

iii.

What is the MTBF for each channel?

iv.

What is the MTTR for faults?

DME
v.

List all the NOTAMs related to the facility since last


inspection.

vi.

What is the total duration, total numbers of failures and


their causes in the last one year? (prepare a chart as per
format given in annex)

vii.

What is the MTBF for each channel?

viii.

What is the MTTR for faults?


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4. Equipment Maintenance & Spares


Are all the maintenance activities being performed in the unit and
duly being recorded?
Preventive
a. Daily recording of essential parameters and meter
readings.
b. Weekly as per approved schedules.
c. Monthly as per approved schedules.
d. Six monthly as per schedule.
e. Maintenance of Fault log book.
2. Is there any parameter out of tolerance for which remedial
action is yet to be taken?
3. If yes then indicate the parameter and mitigation plan?
Corrective
4. Is the manufacturer or indigenous backup support available
for fault isolation and rectification?
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5. If not then what is the contingency plan in case of failure?


Spares
6. Have the critical spares been identified?
7. Are they available (on site or depot)?
Note : If any of the above activity not required as per
manufacturer recommendation and AAI approval, the same may
be notified and concurrence of DGCA may be obtained

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5. Equipment Manuals & Documents


A.

Schedules
i.

Are these preventive schedules as approved by DGCA


available?
a. Daily schedule
b. Weekly schedule
c. Monthly schedule
d. Six monthly schedule
e. Yearly schedule

B.

Log books
i.

Are the following Log books available?


a. Fault log book
b. Equipment history book
c. Shift duty log book
d. General duty log book

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C.

Manuals
i.

Are the following manuals as supplied by manufacturer


available?
a. Are all the volumes of technical manuals available?
b. Are all the volumes of operational manuals
available?

D.

ICAO Documents/DGCA CARs/CNS Manuals


i.

Are these ICAO documents/ DGCA CARs available?


a. Annex- 10
b. CARs
c. Doc 8071
d. CNS manual

Note:

Manuals and documents should be made available at the time of inspection


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6. Human resource:
A.

B.

Adequacy
i.

What is the manpower requirement, for maintenance and


operation of the facility, as per approved norms?

ii.

Is the same available?

iii.

If not, what is the mitigation plan

Training & Proficiency


i.

Is the staff deployed, for the operation and maintenance of


the facility, proficient on this type of equipment?

ii.

Have they undergone refresher training & OJT before


deployment?

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DVOR - SITE INSPECTION


No.

1.

Aspects

CAR

Compliance

Reference

Status

Remarks

Civil
Building
i.

Is the approach to the building clear of grass


and other vegetation?

ii.

Is the equipment building in good condition


(check for breakage, leakage etc)?

iii.

Is the building properly painted as per standard


design pattern?

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Ambience
i.

Is the equipment room meeting the


environmental conditions for satisfactory
equipment performance?
a. Temperature
b. Humidity
c. Dust-proof (check for window pane
breakage, space between the door frames
and doors)?

Frangible huts
i.

In case the building is a frangible hut :


a. Is building properly sealed from all sides to
prevent entry of any reptile such as rats,
snakes etc.?
b. Is the thermal insulation in walls and roof
sufficient to meet the temperature
requirement of the equipment?

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2.

Electrical
Earthing
i.

Is the earthing of the electrical installations ok?


a. What is the resistance of the system?
b. Name the standard being followed.

ii.

Is the earthing of the equipment ok?


a. What is the resistance of the system?
b. Name the standard being followed.

Lighting protection
iii.

Is the lightening protection system working


normal?
a. Name the type
b. If multi-strike type give the count

Surge protection
iv.

Is

the

surge

protection

system

working

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normal?
a. Name the type and give operational
range.
Power Supply
v.

Is the power supply available meets the


standard (voltage, frequency)?

vi.

Which power back up system (Generator,


UPS, and Battery) available?

vii.

AMF panel is manual or automatic?


a. Mention the switchover time.

viii.

What is the back-up period


a. UPS
b. Batteries

Cooling
ix.

Are the number of a/c sufficient to maintain the


temperature required for the equipment

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a. Is their preventive maintenance being


done as per schedule?
b. When

was

the

last

preventive

maintenance done?

3.

Fire protection
1. Are

the

fire

extinguishers

working

normal
2. Mention type of extinguisher used
3. Are they suitably placed for easy
approach?
4. Are they tested for functionality as per
schedule?
5. When they were last tested?

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NAME OF THE SITE:

ILS - LOCALIZER

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FACILITY

LLZ

MAKE OF THE EQUIPMENT

MODEL OF THE EQUIPMENT

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FACILITY INSPECTION
1. Equipment History
No.
A

Aspects

CAR

Compliance

Reference

Status

Remarks

Age
What is the prescribed life of the equipment as per
manufacturer?
i.

Year of manufacture/ procurement?

ii.

Year of installation/ commissioning

iii.

What is the service life in years till now?

iv.

If it has out lived then what is the action plan


for replacement/ continuation?

Major changes since last inspection


B

i.

Has there been any major site related change


since last inspection which might have an
impact on the normal functioning of the facility?

i.

If yes, then has its impact been studied and


analysed?

ii.

What steps have been taken to mitigate the


impact.
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2. Equipment Performance
Facility General Status
i.

Are both channels working normal?

ii.

If not then give reasons for un-serviceability


and action plan for restoration.

iii.

Are the remote control systems for both the


channel functioning normally?

iv.

If not then give action plan for restoration.

v.

Are the facility status indicators at tower and


equipment room for both the channels working
normal?

Flight / Ground checks


vi.

When was the last ground check


done?(enclose last report)

vii.

When was the last flight check done? (enclose


last report)

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CAR Compliance status for ILS (LLZ)


S no.

Parameter

CAR

Reference value/ tolerance

Reference
1.

Frequency

3.1.3.2.1

Value

Compliance

Remarks

Status
Frequency single: 0.005%
Dual: 0.002%
Separation: >5 kHz <14 kHz.

2.

Spurious modulation

3.1.3.2.3

<0.005 DDM peak-to-peak

3.

Coverage (usable

3.1.3.3.1

As set at commissioning

3.1.3.3.2

CAT I : >-107dBW/m2 at 10 NM

distance)
4.

Field strength

to threshold
CAT- II: >-106dBW/m2 at 10 NM to
-100dBW/m2 at threshold
CAT III: >-106dBW/m2 at 10 NM
to -100dBW/m2 at threshold and
along the length of the runway in
the direction of the LLz

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5.

Course structure

3.1.3.4

As described in Annex 10.

6.

Carrier modulation
- Balance
- Depth

3.1.3.5.1

Within 10 A of the modulation


balance value.
18-22%

7.

Carrier modulation

3.1.3.5.3

frequency
8.

Carrier

modulation 3.1.3.5.3 d)

harmonic content (90 Hz)


9.

Carrier

<5% (Cat III)

modulation 3.1.3.5.3 e)

harmonic

content

Cat I: 2.5%
Cat II: 1.5%
Cat III: 1%
<10%

(150

<10%
<5% (Cat III)

Hz)
10.

Phasing

of

alternative 3.1.3.5.3.5

Cat I, II, nominal: 20


Cat III nominal: 10

modulation 3.1.3.5.3.6

Modulation depth <95%

systems
11.

Sum

of

depths
12.

Course alignment

3.1.3.6

Cat I: <10.5 m.
Cat II: <7.5 m
Cat III: < 3 m

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13.

Displacement sensitivity

3.1.3.7

14.

Peak modulation depth

3.1.3.8.3.2

15.

Audio

frequency 3.1.3.8.3.3

0.00145 nominal. See Note 2.


Cat I, II: 17%
Cat III: 10%
<50%
3dB

characteristic
16.

Identification

tone 3.1.3.9.2

1 020 50 Hz

frequency
17.

Identification modulation

3.1.3.9.2

As commissioned.

3.1.3.9.4

As commissioned.

3.1.3.5.4

Limits given in FM Hz/PM radians


90 Hz
150 Hz
(Difference Hz)
Cat I:
135/1.5
135/0.9
45
Cat II: 60/0.66
60/0.4
20
Cat III: 45/0.5
45/0.3
15

depth
18.

Identification repetition
rate

19.

Phase modulation

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20.

Monitoring
-

Course shift

Change in

3.1.3.11.2

Monitor must alarm for a shift in the


main course line from the runway
centre line equivalent to or more
than the following distances at the
ILS reference datum.
Cat I: 10.5 m (35 ft)
Cat II: 7.5 m (25 ft)
Cat III: 6.0 m (20 ft)

3.1.3.11.2.f

Monitor must alarm for a change in


displacement sensitivity to a value
differing from the nominal value by
more than:
Cat I: 17%
Cat II: 17%
Cat III: 17%

3.1.3.11.2.1

Monitor must alarm when the offcourse clearance cross-pointer


deflection falls below 150 A
anywhere
in
the
off-course
coverage area.

displacement
sensitivity

Clearance signal

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Reduction in power 3.1.3.11.2


d)
and e)

Monitor must alarm either for a


power reduction of 3 dB, or when
the coverage falls below the
requirement
for
the
facility,
whichever is the smaller change.

Total time, out-of-

3.1.3.11.3

For two-frequency localizers, the


monitor must alarm for a change of
1dB in either carrier, unless tests
have proved that use of the wider
Limits above will not cause
unacceptable signal degradation
(>150 a in clearance sector).
Cat I: 10 s
Cat II:5 s
Cat III: 2 s

tolerance radiation

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3. Equipment Failure analysis


A.

LLZ
i.

List all the NOTAMs related to the facility since last


inspection.

ii.

What is the total duration, total numbers of failures and


their causes in the last one year? (prepare a chart as per
format given in annex)

iii.

What is the MTBF for each channel?

iv.

What is the MTTR for faults?

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4. Equipment Maintenance & Spares


Are all the maintenance activities being performed in the unit and
duly being recorded?
Preventive
a. Daily recording of essential parameters and meter
readings.
b. Weekly as per approved schedules.
c. Monthly as per approved schedules.
d. Six monthly as per schedule.
e. Maintenance of Fault log book.
ii.

Is there any parameter out of tolerance for which remedial


action is yet to be taken?

iii.

If yes then indicate the parameter and mitigation plan?

Corrective
iv.

Is the manufacturer or indigenous backup support


available for fault isolation and rectification?
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v.

If not then what is the contingency plan in case of failure?

Spares
vi.

Have the critical spares been identified?

vii.

Are they available (on site or depot?

Note : If any of the above activity not required as per


manufacturer recommendation and AAI approval, the same may
be notified and concurrence of DGCA may be obtained

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5. Equipment Manuals & Documents


A.

Schedules
i.

Are these preventive schedules as approved by DGCA


available?
a. Daily schedule
b. Weekly schedule
c. Monthly schedule
d. Six monthly schedule
e. Yearly schedule

B.

Log books
i.

Are the following Log books available?


a. Fault log book
b. Equipment history book
c. Shift duty log book
d. General duty log book

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C.

Manuals
i.

Are the following manuals as supplied by manufacturer


available?
a. Are all the volumes of technical manuals available?
b. Are all the volumes of operational manuals
available?

D.

ICAO Documents/DGCA CARs/CNS Manuals


i.

Are these ICAO documents/ DGCA CARs available?


a. Annex- 10
b. CARs
c. Doc 8071
d. CNS manual

Note:

Manuals and documents should be made available at the time of inspection


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6. Human resource:
A.

B.

Adequacy
i.

What is the manpower requirement, for maintenance and


operation of the facility, as per approved norms?

ii.

Is the same available?

iii.

If not, what is the mitigation plan

Training & Proficiency


i.

Is the staff deployed, for the operation and maintenance of


the facility, proficient on this type of equipment?

ii.

Have they undergone refresher training & OJT before


deployment?

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LLZ SITE INSPECTION


No.

Aspects

CAR

Compliance Status

Remarks

Reference

1.

Civil
Building
i.

Is the approach to the building clear of grass


and other vegetation?

ii.

Is the equipment building in good condition


(check for breakage, leakage etc)?

iii.

Is the building properly painted as per


standard design pattern?

Ambience
i.

Is the equipment room meeting the


environmental conditions for satisfactory
equipment performance?
a. Temperature
b. Humidity
c. Dust-proof (check for window pane
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breakage, space between the door frames


and doors)?

Frangible huts
ii.

In case the building is a frangible hut :


a. Is building properly sealed from all sides to
prevent entry of any reptile such as rats,
snakes etc.?
b. Is the thermal insulation in walls and roof
sufficient to meet the temperature
requirement of the equipment?

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2.

Electrical
Earthing
i.

Is the earthing of the electrical installations


ok?
a. What is the resistance of the system?
b. Name the standard being followed.

ii.

Is the earthing of the equipment ok?


a. What is the resistance of the system?
b. Name the standard being followed.

Lighting protection
iii.

Is the lightening protection system working


normal?
a. Name the type
b. If multi-strike type give the count

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Surge protection
iv.

Is the surge protection system working


normal?
a. Name the type and give operational
range.

Power Supply
v.

Is the power supply available meets the


standard( voltage, frequency)?

vi.

Which power back up system (Generator,


UPS, Battery) available?

vii.

AMF panel is manual or automatic?


a. Mention the switchover time.

viii.

What is the back-up period


a. UPS
b. Batteries

Cooling
ix.

Are the number of a/c sufficient to maintain


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the temperature required for the equipment


a. Is their preventive maintenance being
done as per schedule?
b. When

was

the

last

preventive

maintenance done?

3.

Fire protection
i.

Are the fire extinguishers working


normal

ii.

Mention type of extinguisher used

iii.

Are they suitably placed for easy


approach?

iv.

Are they tested for functionality as per


schedule?

v.

When were they last tested?

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NAME OF THE SITE:

ILS - GLIDEPATH

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FACILITY

GLIDEPATH

MAKE OF THE EQUIPMENT

MODEL OF THE EQUIPMENT

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FACILITY INSPECTION
1. Equipment History
No.

1.

Aspects

CAR

Compliance

Reference

Status

Remarks

Age
i.
ii.

What is the prescribed life of the equipment as


per manufacturer?
Year of manufacture/ procurement?

iii.

Year of installation/ commissioning

iv.

What is the service life in years till now?

v.

If it has out lived then what is the action plan


for replacement/ continuation?

Major changes since last inspection


Has there been any major site related change since
last inspection which might have an impact on the
normal functioning of the facility?
vi.
vii.

If yes, then has its impact been studied and


analysed?
What steps have been taken to mitigate the
impact.
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2. Equipment Performance
Aspects

No.

CAR

Compliance

Reference

Status

Remarks

Facility General Status


i.

Are both channels working normal?

ii.

If not then give reasons for un-serviceability


and action plan for restoration.
Are the remote control systems for both the
channel functioning normally?
If not then give action plan for restoration.

iii.
iv.
v.

Are the facility status indicators at tower and


equipment room for both the channels working
normal?

Flight / Ground checks


vi.
vii.

When was the last ground check


done?(enclose last report)
When was the last flight check done? (enclose
last report)

The compliance status of the CARs associated with performance of ILS may please be given in the format as given below.

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CAR Compliance for ILS (GP)


S no.

Parameter

CAR

Reference value/ tolerance

Reference
1.

Path angle

2.

Frequency

3.

Unwanted modulation

4.

Coverage

(usable

Value

Compliance

Remarks

Status

3.1.5.1.2.2 Cat I: Within 7.5% of nominal angle


Cat II: Within 7.5% of nominal angle
Cat III: Within 4% of nominal angle
3.1.5.2.1 Single 0.005%
Dual 0.002%
Separation >4 kHz, <32 kHz
3.1.5.2.3 0.02 DDM peak-to-peak
3.1.5.3

As commissioned.

distance)
5.

6.

Carrier modulation
- Balance
Depth
Carrier modulation
frequency

7.

8.

Carrier modulation
harmonic content (90 Hz)

3.1.5.5.1
3.1.5.5.2
a), b), and
c)
3.1.5.5.2
d)

0.002 DDM
37.5% to 42.5% for each tone
Cat I: 2.5%
Cat II: 1.5%
Cat III: 1%
<10%
<5% (Cat III)

3.1.5.5.2 <10%
Carrier modulation
< 5% (Cat III)
harmonic content (150
e)
Hz)
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9.

Unwanted amplitude
modulation

10.

Phase of modulation
tones

11.

Phase of modulation
tones, dual frequency
systems (each carrier and
between carriers)
Phase of modulation
tones,

12.

3.1.5.5.2.2 <1%
3.1.5.5.3

Cat I, II: <20


Cat III: <10

3.1.5.5.3.1 Cat I, II: <20


Cat III: <10

3.1.5.5.3.2 Cat I, II: Nominal 20


Cat III: Nominal 10

alternative systems
13.

Displacement sensitivity

14.

Monitoring
-

Path angle

3.1.5.6

3.1.5.7.1
a)

Change in

3.1.5.7.1

displacement
sensitivity

d), e)

Refer to CAR, Sec. 4 Series D PartII, 3.1.5.6

Monitor must alarm for a change in


angle of 7.5% of the promulgated
angle.
Cat I: Monitor must alarm for a
change in the angle between the
glide path and the line below the
glide path at which 75 A is
obtained, by more than 3.75% of
path angle.

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Reduction in power

3.1.5.7.1
b), c)

Clearance signal

3.1.5.7.1
g)

Total time of out-oftolerance radiation

Monitor System

Cat II: Monitor must alarm for a


change in displacement sensitivity
by more than 25%.
Cat III: Monitor must alarm for a
change in displacement sensitivity
by more than 25%.
Monitor must alarm either for a
power reduction of 3 dB, or when the
coverage falls below the requirement
for the facility, whichever is the
smaller change.
Monitor must alarm for DDM <0.175
below path clearance area

3.1.5.7.3.1 Cat I: 6 s
Cat II, III:2 s
3.1.5.7.4

Failure

Monitor system should be consistent


with the requirement that the
radiation shall cease and warning
shall be provided at the designated
remote control point in the event of
failure of the monitor system itself

3. Equipment Failure analysis


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A.

Glide Path
i.

List all the NOTAMs related to the facility since last


inspection.

ii.

What is the total duration,total numbers of failures and


their causes in the last one year? (prepare a chart as per
format given in annex)

iii.

What is the MTBF for each channel?

iv.

What is the MTTR for faults?

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4. Equipment Maintenance & Spares


Are all the maintenance activities being performed in the unit
and duly being recorded?
Preventive
f. Daily recording of essential parameters and meter
readings.
g. Weekly as per approved schedules.
h. Monthly as per approved schedules.
i. Six monthly as per schedule.
j. Maintenance of Fault log book.
ii.

Is there any parameter out of tolerance for which remedial


action is yet to be taken.

iii.

If yes then indicate the parameter and mitigation plan?

Corrective
iv.

Is the manufacturer or indigenous backup support


available for fault isolation and rectification?
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v.

If not then what is the contingency plan in case of failure?

Spares
vi.

Have the critical spares been identified?

vii.

Are they available (on site or depot?

Note : If any of the above activity not required as per


manufacturer recommendation and AAI approval, the same may
be notified and concurrence of DGCA may be obtained

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5. Equipment Manuals & Documents


A.

Schedules
i.

Are these preventive schedules as approved by DGCA


available?
a. Daily schedule
b. Weekly schedule
c. Monthly schedule
d. Six monthly schedule
e. Yearly schedule

B.

Log books
i.

Are the following Log books available?


a. Fault log book
b. Equipment history book
c. Shift duty log book
d. General duty log book

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C.

Manuals
i.

Are the following manuals as supplied by manufacturer


available?
a. Are all the volumes of technical manuals available?
b. Are all the volumes of operational manuals
available?

D.

ICAO Documents/DGCA CARs/CNS Manuals


i.

Are these ICAO documents/ DGCA CARs available?


a. Annex- 10
b. CARs
c. Doc 8071
d. CNS manual

Note:

Manuals and documents should be made available at the time of inspection


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6. Human resource:
A.

B.

Adequacy
i.

What is the manpower requirement, for maintenance and


operation of the facility, as per approved norms?

ii.

Is the same available?

iii.

If not, what is the mitigation plan

Training & Proficiency


i.

Is the staff deployed, for the operation and maintenance of


the facility, proficient on this type of equipment?

ii.

Have they undergone refresher training & OJT before


deployment?

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GP SITE INSPECTION
No.

Aspects

CAR

Compliance Status

Remarks

Reference

1.

Civil
Building
i.

Is the approach to the building clear of grass


and other vegetation?

ii.

Is the equipment building in good condition


(check for breakage, leakage etc)?

iii.

Is the building properly painted as per


standard design pattern?

Ambience
i.

Is the equipment room meeting the


environmental conditions for satisfactory
equipment performance?
a. Temperature
b. Humidity
c. Dust-proof (check for window pane
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breakage, space between the door frames


and doors)?

Frangible huts
ii.

In case the building is a frangible hut :


a. Is building properly sealed from all sides to
prevent entry of any reptile such as rats,
snakes etc.?
b. Is the thermal insulation in walls and roof
sufficient to meet the temperature
requirement of the equipment?

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2.

Electrical
Earthing
i.

Is the earthing of the electrical installations


ok?
a. What is the resistance of the system?
b. Name the standard being followed.

ii.

Is the earthing of the equipment ok?


a. What is the resistance of the system?
b. Name the standard being followed.

Lighting protection
iii.

Is the lightening protection system working


normal?
a. Name the type
b. If multi-strike type give the count

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Surge protection
iv.

Is the surge protection system working


normal?
a. Name the type and give operational
range.

Power Supply
v.

Is the power supply available meets the


standard( voltage, frequency)?

vi.

Which power back up system (Generator,


UPS, Battery) available?

vii.

AMF panel is manual or automatic?


a. Mention the switchover time.

viii.

What is the back-up period


a. UPS
b. Batteries

Cooling
ix.

Are the number of a/c sufficient to maintain


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the temperature required for the equipment


a. Is their preventive maintenance being
done as per schedule?
b. When

was

the

last

preventive

maintenance done?

3.

Fire protection
vi.

Are the fire extinguishers working


normal

vii.

Mention type of extinguisher used

viii.

Are they suitably placed for easy


approach?

ix.

Are they tested for functionality as per


schedule?

x.

When were they last tested?

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NAME OF THE SITE:

NDB

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FACILITY INSPECTED

NDB

MAKE OF THE EQUIPMENT

MODEL OF THE EQUIPMENT

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FACILITY INSPECTION
4. Equipment History
No.

Aspects

CAR

Compliance

Reference

Status

Remarks

Age
What is the prescribed life of the equipment as per manufacturer?

v.

Year of manufacture/ procurement?

vi.

Year of installation/ commissioning

vii.

What is the service life in years till now?

viii.

If it has out lived then what is the action plan for


replacement/ continuation?

Major changes since last inspection


iv.

v.
vi.

Has there been any major site related change since last
inspection which might have an impact on the normal
functioning of the facility?
If yes, then has its impact been studied and analysed?
What steps have been taken to mitigate the impact.

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5. Equipment Performance
Facility General Status
vi.

Are both channels working normal?

vii.

If not then give reasons for un-serviceability


and action plan for restoration.

viii.

Are the remote control systems for both the


channel functioning normally?

ix.

If not then give action plan for restoration.

x.

Are the facility status indicators at tower and


equipment room for both the channels working
normal?

Flight / Ground checks


iii.

When was the last ground check


done?(enclose last report)

iv.

When was the last flight check done? (enclose


last report)

The compliance status of the CARs associated with performance of VOR/DME may please be given in the format as given below.
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CAR compliance status for NDB


S no.

Parameter

CAR/Annex.

Nominal tolerance

10 Reference
1.

Carrier Frequency

3.4.4.2

Measured Value
TX- 1

TX-2

Compliance

Remarks

Status

0.01% (+0.005% for


power > 200 W at
frequencies
above1606.5 kHz)

2.

Modulation depth

3.4.6.2

85% to 95%

3.

Modulation frequency

3.4.5.4

1020 Hz+50 Hz
400Hz+25 Hz

4.

Modulation depth of

3.4.6.5

Less than 5%
modulation depth

3.4.6.4

< 0.5 dB If coverage is

power supply frequency


components
5.

Carrier level change


during the modulation

<50 NM , <1.5dB If
coverage is >50 NM

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6.

7.

Identification

3.4.5.1,

Approx. 7 words

3.4.5.3

/minute

3.4.8.1a

Alarm for 3dB decrease

3.4.8.1b

Alarm for loss of or

Monitoring system
a) Antenna current or
field strength

8.

b) Failure of
identification

9.

continuous modulation

c) Malfunctioning of

3.4.8.1c

monitor itself

Alarm for malfunction of


monitor

10.

Rated coverage

3.4.2.1

>70V/meter

11.

Antenna Current

Doc. 8071

<+30% of the value set

(5.2.4)

at the time of
commissioning

12.

Audio distortion

Doc. 8071

10% of distortion

(5.2.10)

Maximum

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NDB SITE INSPECTION


No.

1.

Aspects

CAR

Compliance

Reference

Status

Remarks

Civil
Building
iv.

Is the approach to the building clear of grass


and other vegetation?

v.

Is the equipment building in good condition


(check for breakage, leakage etc)?

vi.

Is the building properly painted as per standard


design pattern?

Ambience
ii.

Is the equipment room meeting the


environmental conditions for satisfactory
equipment performance?

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a. Temperature

b. Humidity
c. Dust-proof (check for window pane
breakage, space between the door frames
and doors)?
Frangible huts
ii.

In case the building is a frangible hut :


a. Is building properly sealed from all sides to
prevent entry of any reptile such as rats,
snakes etc.?
b. Is the thermal insulation in walls and roof
sufficient to meet the temperature
requirement of the equipment?

2.

Electrical
Earthing
x.

Is the earthing of the electrical installations ok?


a. What is the resistance of the system?
b. Name the standard being followed.

xi.

Is the earthing of the equipment ok?


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a. What is the resistance of the system?


b. Name the standard being followed.

Lighting protection
xii.

Is the lightening protection system working


normal?
c. Name the type
d. If multi-strike type give the count

Surge protection
xiii.

Is

the

surge

protection

system

working

normal?
b. Name the type and give operational
range.
Power Supply
xiv.

Is the power supply available meets the


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standard( voltage, frequency)?


xv.

Which power back up system (Generator,


UPS, Battery) available?

xvi.

AMF panel is manual or automatic?


a. Mention the switchover time.

xvii.

What is the back-up period


a. UPS
b. Batteries

Cooling
xviii.

Are the number of a/c sufficient to maintain the


temperature required for the equipment
c. Is their preventive maintenance being
done as per schedule?
d. When

was

the

last

preventive

maintenance done?

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3.

Fire protection
6. Are

the

fire

extinguishers

working

normal
7. Mention type of extinguisher used
8. Are they suitably placed for easy
approach?
9. Are they tested for functionality as per
schedule?
10. When were they last tested?

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NAME OF THE SITE:

EQUIPMENT ROOM / TOWER

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FACILITY INSPECTED VHF and Equipment room Facilities


FACILITIES

NAME

MAKE

MODEL

VHF
DATIS
RECORDER
TIME SIGNAL
GENERATION &
DISTRIBUTION.
RCAG

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FACILITY INSPECTION
I.

Equipment History
A.

VHF

Age

RECORDER

TIME

DATIS

RCAG

SIGNAL

i.

What is the prescribed life of the equipment as per


manufacturer?

ii.

Year of manufacture/ procurement?

iii.

Year of installation/ commissioning

iv.

What is the service life in years till now?

v.

If it has out lived then what is the action plan for


replacement/ continuation?
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II.

Equipment Performance
Status of VHF channels
i.

Are both main and standby Tx/Rx of all channels working


normal?

ii.

If not then give reasons for un-serviceability and action


plan for restoration.

iii.

Are the changeover systems from main to standby Tx/Rx


for all channels functioning normally?

iv.
i.

If not then give action plan for restoration.


What is the general range of the VHF Tx/Rx as checked by
aircrafts?

ii.

Are the ranges of the VHF Tx/Rx satisfactory as per


users?

iii.

If not, what is the mitigation plan?

iv.

Is the coverage area of the VHF communication


satisfactory as per the users?

v.

If not, then what is the mitigation plan?

vi.

Enclose performance check report.


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vii.

What is the minimum separation between the antennas


required to prevent interference?

v.

Is there any non compliance with respect to CARs for VHF


communication?

vi.

Are there any interference in any of the channels?


a. If yes then mention the channels having

interference and what steps are being taken to stop


interference?
Status of VOR, DME, ILS Remote Monitoring and Control
System
i.

Are the RMCS working normal?


a. If no then give reasons and the restoration plans.

ii.

Are there spare telephone lines available for RMCS?


a. From site to Equipment. Room.
b. From Equipment Room to tower ?

Status of DATIS
i.

Is the DATIS system working normal?


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a. If not give reasons


b. What is the restoration plan?
Status of Recorder
viii.

Is the Recorder equipment functioning normally?

ix.

If no give reasons and restoration plan.

x.

If yes
-

Are both main and standby available?

Are all the required facilities being recorded?

Is the play back noise free?

Are all indications and controls working fine?

Are all inputs and outputs labeled properly?

Are spare lines available between facilities and


recorder?

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III.

Equipments Failure analysis

VHF

RECORDER

TIME

DATIS

DVTR

SIGNAL

i.

List all the NOTAMs related to the facility since last


inspection

ii.

What is the total duration, total numbers of failures and


their causes in the last one year? (prepare a chart as per
format given in annex)

iii.

What is the MTBF for each communication channel?

iv.

What is the MTTR for faults?

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IV.

Equipment Maintenance & Spares

Are all the maintenance activities being performed in the


unit and duly being recorded?

DVTR

RECORDER

TIME

DATIS

VHF

SIGNAL

Preventive

A.

a. Daily recording of essential parameters and meter


readings.
b. Weekly as per approved schedules.
c. Monthly as per approved schedules.
d. Six monthly as per approved schedule.
e. Maintenance of Fault log book.
ii.

Is there any parameter out of tolerance for which remedial


action is yet to be taken.

iii.
B.

If yes then indicate the parameter and mitigation plan?

Corrective
iv.

Is the manufacturers or indigenous backup support


available for fault isolation and rectification?
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v.
C.

If not then what is the contingency plan in case of failure?

Spares
vi.

Have the critical spares been identified?

vii.

Are they available (on site or depot?

Note : If any of the above activity not required as per


manufacturers recommendation and AAI approval, the same
may be notified and concurrence of DGCA may be obtained.

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V.

Equipment Manual & Documents


A.

Schedules
i.

Are these preventive schedules as approved by DGCA


available?
a. Daily schedule
b. Weekly schedule
c. Monthly schedule
d. Six monthly schedule
e. Yearly schedule

B.

Manuals
i.

Are the following manuals as supplied by manufacturer


available?
a. Are all the volumes of technical manuals available?
b. Are all the volumes of operational manuals
available?

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C.

ICAO Documents/DGCA CARs/CNS Manuals


i.

Are these ICAO documents/ DGCA CARs available?


a. Annex- 10
b. CARs
c. Doc 8071
d. CNS manual

D.

Log books
i.

Are the following Log books available?


a. Fault log book
b. Equipment history book
c. Shift duty log book
d. General duty log book

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VI.

Human resource:

A.

Adequacy
i.

What is the manpower requirement, for maintenance and


operation of the facility, as per approved norms?

B.

ii.

Is the same available?

iii.

If not, what is the mitigation plan

Training & Proficiency


i.

Is the staff deployed, for the operation and maintenance of


the facility, proficient on this type of equipment?

ii.

Have they undergone refresher training & OJT before


deployment?

Note: Where ever required please attach separate sheets for presenting the data

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EQUIPMENT ROOM / TOWER SITE INSPECTION


No.

Aspects

CAR

Compliance Status

Remarks

Reference

1.

Civil
Building
i.

Is the approach to the building clear of grass


and other vegetation?

ii.

Is the equipment building in good condition


(check for breakage, leakage etc)?

iii.

Is the building properly painted as per


standard design pattern?

Ambience
i.

Is the equipment room meeting the


environmental conditions for satisfactory
equipment performance?
a. Temperature
b. Humidity
c. Dust-proof (check for window pane
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breakage, space between the door frames


and doors)?

Frangible huts
i.

In case the building is a frangible hut :


a. Is building properly sealed from all sides to
prevent entry of any reptile such as rats,
snakes etc.?
b. Is the thermal insulation in walls and roof
sufficient to meet the temperature
requirement of the equipment?

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2.

Electrical
Earthing
i.

Is the earthing of the electrical installations


ok?
a. What is the resistance of the system?
b. Name the standard being followed.

ii.

Is the earthing of the equipment ok?


a. What is the resistance of the system?
b. Name the standard being followed.

Lighting protection
i.

Is the lightening protection system working


normal?
c. Name the type
d. If multi-strike type give the count

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Surge protection
i.

Is the surge protection system working


normal?
a. Name the type and give operational
range.

Power Supply
i.

Is the power supply available meets the


standard( voltage, frequency)?

ii.

Which power back up system (Generator,


UPS, Battery) available?

iii.

AMF panel is manual or automatic?


a. Mention the switchover time.

iv.

What is the back-up period


a. UPS
b. Batteries

Cooling
i.

Are the number of a/c sufficient to maintain


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the temperature required for the equipment


a. Is their preventive maintenance being
done as per schedule?
b. When

was

the

last

preventive

maintenance done?

3.

Fire protection
i.

Are the fire extinguishers working normal

ii.

Mention type of extinguisher used

iii.

Are they suitably placed for easy approach?

iv.

Are they tested for functionality as per


schedule?

v.

4.

When were they last tested?

Cabling & arrangement of CNS related


equipage at tower
i.

Are the cables properly layed and tagged?

ii.

Is the arrangement of CNS monitoring and


operational devices are in proper order and
not causing any hindrance to normal
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operation at tower?
iii.

Is there proper access to the CNS installation


at tower for easy corrective maintenance?

iv.

Is the man-pack available at tower is in good


working condition and its range is regularly
checked.
a. Mention current range

v.

Is the UPS power available for all vital


facilities at the tower ?

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Daily activity log format


Occurrence
Date

Time

Activity/
Complaint

Annex-1
Action taken

Resolution
Date

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Failures and their causes

Annex - 2

Facility:..

Date

Failure/Symptom

Duration
From

Tx/Rx..

Cause

Remedial Action

Remarks

To

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