Table 3D-2. Right Side Page Types (Continued)
*Varies with the type of waypoints in the active flight plan
4. Move the outer knob one step clockwise to
move the cursor to the second character
5. Rotate the inner knob to select the second
6. Use the outer and inner knobs in this
identifier is displayed.
7. If the waypoint is being entered on a page
on the left screen when ENT is flashing in
the lower middle segment of the display,
press the ENT button. This will display a
waypoint page on the right side of the
screen for the identifier just entered.
8. Verify the waypoint information displayed,
press the ENT button again to approve the
waypoint entry. The right side will return
to the page previously displayed.
c. Alternate Waypoint Data Entry. This
method applies when there is a page on the left side of
the screen with the cursor over a field where a
waypoint can be entered. Fill the waypoint on the left
side by first selecting the desired waypoint page on the
right side. When the ENT button is pressed, the
waypoint field on the left will contain the flashing
identifier of the waypoint that is displayed on the right
side. To finalize the selection, press the ENT button
d. The Duplicate Waypoint Page. There are
some waypoints in the database with the same
identifier. When a waypoint identifier has been
entered that is not unique to a single waypoint, a
duplicate waypoint page displays on the left side. The
duplicate waypoint page is used to select which of the
waypoints having the same identifier is actually
desired. The waypoint identifier is displayed on the
top left of the page. Refer to Figure 3D-6.
1 NDB CAN?
2 NDB CUB?
3 NDB USA?
4 NDB LBY?
Figure 3D-6. Duplicate Waypoint Page
(1) To the right of the identifier is the number
of waypoints in the database having the identifier.
Below the identifier is a list if the waypoint types and
the associated countries which use the identifier. If
there are more than four waypoints having the same
identifier, only the first four are initially shown. The
cursor will be over the first waypoint listed. They are
listed with the waypoint closest to the aircrafts present
position displayed first and the waypoint farthest from
the aircraft displayed last. To view the rest, rotate the
left outer knob clockwise. Doing so will move the
cursor over waypoints two, three, and four and then
will cause the waypoint list to scroll so that the other
waypoints in the list may be seen. To select the
1. Move the cursor over the appropriate
2. Press the ENT button to view the
3. Press the ENT button again to
approve the entry of the waypoint.
3D-6. MESSAGE PAGE.
The MSG prompt flashing in inverse video at the
bottom of the display indicates a situation that requires