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FS2004
                                  KillDrift gauge v1
0.81Mb (1454 downloads)
FS2004 KillDrift gauge v1. The video screen graphically displays the effect of wind on the track of an aircraft. This allows the drift error to be eliminated. Wind speed and wind direction are also shown. Two separate course headings can be stored into this gauge. Included is an icon gauge for installing KillDrift into separate window, but can also be placed on a panel. The gauge can be helpful for hovering/landing helicopters because of its 360-degree display capability. By Glenn Copeland. 827K
Posted Nov 16, 2008 06:09 by archive
 
FS2004
                                  GPS Map View v2.0
0.24Mb (10230 downloads)
FS2004 GPS Map View v2.0 The ultimate gauge. The Map will show: Airports details (Runways ID's, length & ILS), VOR's and NDB's frequencies, Intersections and waypoints, Airspaces, Approaches and flight routes. You can toggle the view you require for your flight. Also you can zoom in/out to see the nearest airports, vor's and ndb's. The map will indicate A/C heading flightplan title and waypoints ID's. Version 2 includes more enhancements such as the ability to input the ICAO code of any airport and the map will show all the frequencies of that airport including ATIS, ILS, AND COM. In addition, the map will show the active runway designations, length and width. The Desert Jockey Copyright 2005, Talal A Alhaj. 249K
Posted Nov 16, 2008 06:09 by archive
 
FS2004
                                  Gauges: GPWS gauge V3.3
0.24Mb (6039 downloads)
FS2004 Gauges: GPWS gauge V3.3 This freeware Ground Proximity Warning System gauge for FS2004 can be added to any aircraft that has retractable gear and flaps, and offers the following features: - Clickable switch, with Test/Inhibit function and warning light. - 8 different warning modes, with all the usual aural warnings, like "Pullup", "Sinkrate", "TerrainTerrain", "Windshear" and normal Altitude callouts. - Fully customiseable per aircraft type, by just editing the gauge parameters with Notepad. See README for extensive description. By Rob Barendregt. 251K
Posted Nov 16, 2008 06:09 by archive
 
FS2004
                                  SRCsim Icom IC-A200 Communications Transceiver.
0.17Mb (1050 downloads)
FS2004 SRCsim Icom IC-A200 Communications Transceiver. Introduction This radio gauge consists of two Icom IC-A200 communications radios, configured as COM 1 and COM 2. The operation of these gauges is modeled on the real-world Icom radios. They feature standby frequencies, selectable by switch. They keep one frequency ready at all times as the standby frequency and this can be changed at any time; when the standby frequency is called into use, the currently active frequency then becomes the standby. Ric Ryburn. 171K
Posted Nov 16, 2008 06:09 by archive
 
0.01Mb (2265 downloads)
FS2004 Working wipers in xml-gauge format. Guy De Smet. 10K
Posted Nov 16, 2008 06:09 by archive
 
0.07Mb (1659 downloads)
XML Sound Gauges v2.1 Two gauges which will play sounds based on commands received from xml gauges. Both of these gauges are configurable via text based configuration files. Doug Dawson. 74K
Posted Nov 16, 2008 06:09 by archive
 
FS2004
                                  Wind Drift Meter Gauge.
0.06Mb (1460 downloads)
FS2004 Wind Drift Meter Gauge. Dave Bitzer. 62K
Posted Nov 16, 2008 06:09 by archive
 
FS2004
                                  Simulated Aircraft Bubble Sextant
0.97Mb (1594 downloads)
FS2004 Simulated Aircraft Bubble Sextant As travel by air developed and matured, navigation over long distances also developed and improved. In the early days, however, air navigation essentially used ship navigation techniques adapted for aircraft. Without "landmarks", the navigators used Ded Reckoning (DR) and the stars. Celestial or Astronomical Navigation provides a means of obtaining Lines of Position (LOPs) from the stars. Crossing LOPs will fix a position. It requires a chart, and a planned course on that chart, with waypoints specified by Latitude and Longitude, an assumed time of arrival at each waypoint, and stars (including the Sun, Moon, or planets) in view. In the 1940s, extensive tables of star positions were made available to air navigators to be used with sextants to obtain these LOPs. In the tables, all times involved are GMT. This data is available from the Internet in "ready to use" form. This gauge simulates the sextant, and the process by which one obtains a LOP, or crossing LOPs to obtain a position, or fix. Can be used with any FS2004 aircraft. Includes comprehensive browser-based manual and references. By Dave Bitzer and Mark Beaumont. File name: DC3_BBSX.ZIP. 991K
Posted Nov 16, 2008 06:09 by archive
 
0.04Mb (1419 downloads)
Wind-Information gauges for FS2004 aircraft. These gauge was written after a VFR ferryflight from Key West (Florida) to St. Johann (Austria). Often I missed wind-informations for higher or lower altitudes. Sometimes I have noticed, that if I will fly at an other altitude I will have tail wind instead of head wind. But this informations i could only got flying to this altitude and test it. By Andreas Widmann. 42K
Posted Nov 16, 2008 06:09 by archive
 
FS2004
                                  Modified default Kingair Radio gauge
0.03Mb (1012 downloads)
FS2004 Modified default Kingair Radio gauge. This is the gauge file which contains the six separate Nav 1, 2; Comm 1, 2; Transponder; and ADF radios, as well as the metallic toggle switches. All except the ADF have transparent bitmaps, so that only the numerical frequency display is visible. The separate numerical displays can be placed in any customized radio image with any typical panel-maker program. The black, or grey, rectangular base of the toggle switches have also been made transparent, so that the metallic ring at the base of the switch blends better with a panel background. It should also work in FS2002. This gauge is Freeware. By Will Fisher. 28K
Posted Nov 16, 2008 06:09 by archive