aircraft address

aircraft address
A unique combination of 24 bits available for assignment to an aircraft for the purpose of air-ground communications, navigation and surveillance.
(AN 10/III; PANS-ATM)
Official definition added to: AN 10/I by Amdt 69 (11/11/993), AN 10/III by Amdt 77 (28/11/2002) , AN 10/IV by Amdt 71 (07/11/1996) and deleted from An 10/I by Amdt 71 (07/11/1996).
адрес воздушного судна
Индивидуальная комбинация из 24 битов, присваиваемая воздушному судну в целях обеспечения связи «воздух - земля», навигации и наблюдения.

International Civil Aviation Vocabulary (English-Russian). 2014.

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