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COMMUNICATION, NAVIGATION &
SURVEILLANCE MANUAL
[Contains information, guidance, procedures and
instructions applicable to ACS, Vadodara]
AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA
VADODARA AIRPORT, VADODARA-390022
Document No. AAI/BO/CNS MANUAL/03
Edition: 05
Updated Till: 31th JAN.2013
Issue Date: 31st JAN.2013
Next due date: 31st JULY2013
Responsibility for Documentation:
P. S. Venugopal DGM (CNS)
Address for enquiries:
AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF INDIA
HARNI AIRPORT VADODARA PIN-390022
PHONE 2482040 (o), 9601509541 (M)
E-mail id : [email protected]
DISTRIBUTION:
пѓ� GM (N&S), AAI, RAJIV-GANDHI BHAVAN, NEW-DELHI
пѓ� GM (CNS-WR), AAI, CSI AIRPORT, MUMBAI
пѓ� AIRPORT DIRECTOR, AAI, VADODARA
VADODARA AIRPORT STATION MANUAL 2013
Page 1
PREFACE
This Manual on Communication, Navigation and Surveillance services is
prepared and maintained by the Aeronautical Communication Station,
Vadodara.
Its main aim is to provide the executives at the station (both existing and
the newly posted ones) and the officers on tour with information at a
glance about the city, the airport and the CNS facilities, the latter being of
main concern. The Manual provides with latest data available along with
the processes, procedures and instructions that are essential for the
provision of safe and efficient air services.
This Manual has been developed as a part of comprehensive
documentation of the CNS procedures, processes and facilities supporting
conformance to organizational requirements and compliance with the CHQ
CNS Manual.
пѓ� The brief description of city in the beginning provides the reader with
an outline of the city landscape.
пѓ� The information on the CNS facilities available at Vadodara Airport
contained in this manual fulfills the essential requirements laid down
in the CHQ CNS Manual.
пѓ� The section on support and maintenance of CNS facilities presages
high degree of reliability, availability and integrity of CNS facilities.
пѓ� The technical description of all the CNS facilities along with the
operation and maintenance plan has been lucidly summarized for
quick review.
пѓ� Safety management plans have also been explained precisely.
Moreover presentation of details through Flow charts, pictures and tables
has been preferred for easy understanding and to help frame a broad view
about the operation of CNS.
Future editions of the Manual will be improved based on the experience
gained and suggestions & feedback received from the users of this Manual.
Views, comments & suggestions for improvement of this manual may be
sent to the DGM , CNS Airports Authority of India, C.A. Vadodara.
(DGM - CNS)
VADODARA
VADODARA AIRPORT STATION MANUAL 2013
Page 2
Section 1.0
CONTENTS
Sec. No. Sub title
Title Page
Preface
1.0
Contents
1.1
Record of Amendment
2.0
Brief Description of Vadodara
3.0
ABBREVIATIONS
4.0
Classification of Facilities
5.0
Support and Maintenance of CNS
Facilities/List of Direct Telephone No.
6.0
Technical Description of Various CNS
Facilities/GRID MAP
6.1
Functional Specification
6.2
Safe Operation- General
6.3
Corrective
and
Preventive
Maintenance
7.0
Facility Operation and Maintenance
Plan
7.1
Test Equipments
7.2
SMU Details
7.3
Interruption to Service
8.0
Organizational Structure, Functions
& Responsibilities
8.1
HRD Details
9.0
Status of CNS Projects
10.0
Record System
11.0
Miscellaneous
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1
2
3
4
5-6
7
8-10
11-16
17-18
19-21
22-24
25-28
29-33
34-35
36
37
38-41
42
43-44
45-46
47
Page 3
Section 1.1
Record of Amendments: [Major changes to have
revised edition]
Date
Sec. No.
Page No.
REASON OF AMENDMENT
VADODARA AIRPORT STATION MANUAL 2013
Revision Approved
(Signature)
Page 4
Section 2.0
Brief Description of Vadodara
AREA
ALTITUDE
RAINFALL
Distance from airport
Coordinates
:
:
:
:
:
148.95 kmВІ
129 m (423 ft) above MS
931.9mm .( Mid June to Mid Sept )
6 km from Rlwy.stn
ARP22 19’48.9” N, 73 13’07.9”E
RWY 04 22 19’46.5” N, 73 13’07.0”E
RWY 22- 22 20’38.5” N, 73 14’04.7”E
VADODARA has a rich historical background. The province was mainly Hindudominated with Hindu kings ruling till the year 1297. The Gupta Dynasty was the first
power rulers of the region. then the region was taken over by the Chalukya Dynasty.
Finally, the kingdom was annexed by the Solankis. Afterwards it was reign by the
Delhi Sultans. , until they were easily overthrown by the Mughal emperors. Afer
Mughal It became the capital of the Maratha Gaekwads. Sayaji Rao III (1875-1939),
a most able ruler, Vadodara remained a princely state until Independence.
Places of interest
Laxmi Vilas Palace
Palaces: Laxmi Vilas Palace, Nazarbaug Palace, Makarpura Palace, Pratap Vilas
Palace Buildings & Monuments: Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Kirti
Mandir, Kirti Stambh, Nyay Mandir, Mandvi & Walled City, Khanderao Market,
Aurobindo Ashram, EME Temple (Dakshinamurty Temple), Hazira Maqbara,
Museums & Gardens: Maharaja Fateh Singh Museum, Baroda Museum & Picture
Gallery, Sayaji Baug,
Excursions: Ajwa & Nimeta, Dabhoi, Pavagadh, Champaner, Wildlife Sanctuary,
Dakor, Nareshwar, Sankheda
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Industry & Commerce
Vadodara was considered to be a cultural and educational centre. The first modern
factory (Alembic Pharmaceuticals) was established in Vadodara in 1907 and
subsequently companies such as Sarabhai Chemicals.The establishment of Bank of
Baroda by Sayajirao III in 1908 also help industrial growth.Large industrial units at
Vadodara are: Gujarat Refinery, Indian Oil Corporation , Heavy Water Project, Gujarat
Industries Power Company Limited, ONGC , GAIL, Gujarat State Fertilisers &
Chemicals (GSFC), Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Limited (IPCL, Reliance) and
Gujarat Alkalies and Chemicals Limited (GACL) .
The establishment of large industrial units in a region automatically brings into
existence a number of smaller enterprises.
Demographics
Literacy: 76.11% of total population (males 79.21%; females 68.41%) Population
density: 9,527/kmВІ Sex Ratio: 909 Female per 1000 Male
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Section 3.0
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AAI
ACS
AFTN
AM
AMC
AMSS
APC
ATC
ATIS
BCAS
CHQ
CIP
CISF
CNS
CPMS
CRSD
DFMD
DME
DTO
DVOR
E/M
EPABX
ETA
ETD
ETD
FIU
HHMD
ICAO
ID
MT
NOTAM
OIC
PA System
PIC
RCU
RED
RHQ
SM
SMU
UTC
VIP
VVIP
VCCS
Airports Authority of India
Aeronautical communication station
Aeronautical Fixed Telecommunication Network
Asst. Manager
Annual Maintenance Contract
Automatic Message Switching system
Airport Controller
Air Traffic Control
Airport Terminal Information System
Bureau of Civil Aviation Security
Corporate Head Quarters
Commercially Important Person
Central Industrial Security Force
Communication Navigation and Surveillance
Corporate Planning and Management System
Central Radio Stores Depot
Door Frame Metal Detector
Distance Measuring Equipment
Duty Technical Officer
Doppler Very High Frequency Omni Range
Equipment Mechanic
Electronic private automatic Branch Exchange
Expected Time of Arrival
Expected Time of Departure
Explosive trace Detector
Flight Inspection Unit
Hand Held Metal Detector
International Civil Aviation Organization
Identity
Motor Transport
Notice to Airmen
Officer-in-Charge
Public Address System
Photo Identity Card
Remote Control Unit
Regional Executive Director
Regional Head Quarters
Senior Manager
Special Maintenance Unit
Universal Coordinated Time
Very Important Person
Very Very Important Person
Voice Communication Control System
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Section 4.0
A. COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENTS
Classification of CNS facilities
AS ON: 31.01.2013
EQUIPMENT
SL.
NO.
1.
2.
FACILITY
VHF TX/RX
VHF TX/RX
VHF MANPACK
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
DVTR
DATIS
VCCS
EPABX
LAN/WAN
DSCN
10.
RWS
11.
WALKIE
TALKIE
HAND SET
12.
W/TALKIE
BASE STN.
13.
FAX
MAKE
MODEL
QTY.
Pwr
2+2
2+2
1
1
1
1
DUAL
DUAL
DUAL
1
1
1
1
50W
50W
8W
10W
10W
10W
-------
2W
2W
2W
2W
2W
2W
2W
5W
5W
OTE
PAE
PAE
JOTRON
RADIO SYSTEM INC.
DT100/DR100
T6T / T6R
PAE 5610
TR 710
DXMA 7000
S.T.ELECTRONICS
TERMA
SCMID TELECOM
CORAL TELECOM
HCL/AIRTEL
MEMOTEC
MODEM-VIASAT
RICOCHET
50209
ICS200/60
IRIS.VIDX
--CX 800
LinkWay2100
MOTOROLA
MOTOROLA
GP 300
GP 328
KENWOOD
TK 2107
KENWOOD
VERTEX STD.
TK2207
VX 160V
8
10
11
11
06
06
06
15
KENWOOD
TK-2317
31
MOTOROLA
KENWOOD
Gm950i
TK7100
TK7100
TK7160
TK7100
TK7160
TK7160
TK7160
TK7160
TK7160
TK7160
F 1600
PHASER3100MFP
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
MODI XEROX
XEROX
25W
25W
25W
25W
25W
25W
25W
25W
25W
25W
DATE
OF INST.
01.07.2004.
26.01.2009.
17.03.1999.
20.12.2006.
27.03.2006.
20.12.2006.
01.01.2008.
26.01.2009.
29.10.2010
09.06.2006.
31.03.2006.
DATE
OF COMM.
01.07.2004.
11.02.2009.
17.03.1999.
20.12.2006.
28.03.2006.
21.12.2006.
12.03.2008.
11.02.2009.
29.10.2010
09.06.2006.
05.04.2006.
06.05.2009.
08.01.1998.
07.02.2002.
02.05.2003.
28.03.2004.
26.05.2005.
25.10.2006.
23.07.2010
07.10.2008.
19.07.2012
01.07.2004.
29.03.2004.
--27.09.20011
26.05.2005.
19.07.2012
19.07.2012
19.07.2012
19.07.2012
19.07.2012
19.07.2012
19.02.1998.
11.05.2009.
--------
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LOCATION
E/ROOM
E/ROOM
ATC
ATC
AHCR
CFT
E/ROOM
E/ROOM
E/ROOM
COM CENT
COM CENT
COM CENT
COM CENT
E/R, ATC,
F/S,ATM.,
ELECT,MTD.
CIVIL,
CISF
E/R (For Rec)
ATC
STORE
FIRE
CISF
CISF
CISF
CISF
Store
MT (Op jeep)
Fire (CFT)
COM CENT.
(Ph – 2483899)
B. NAVIGATIONAL FACILITIES
AS ON :31.01.2013
Sl No.
FACILITY
FREQ.
POWER
IDNT.
1.
DVOR
117.300 MHz
100W
QQZ
2.
RX 1144MHz
XP 1207MHz
110.500 MHz
1KW
QQZ
3.
DME (HP)
120X
LLZ
4.
GP
329.600 MHz
5W
5.
DME (LP)
42X
NDB
(RN11)
RX 1066 MHz
XP 1003 MHz
304 KHz
100W
6.
15W
100W
IVDD
-
CO-ORD.
22۫ 19’58.2”N
73۫ 13’30.5”E
….do….
22۫ 19’38”N
73۫ 13’0.9”E
22۫ 20’34.9”N
73۫ 13’53.9”E
IVDD
QZ
….do….
22۫ 20’5.2’’N
73۫ 12’33.6’’E
EQUIPMENT
DATE OF INST.
AMS 1150
28.09.2003.
DATE OF
COMN.
30.09.2004.
GCEL - 753
15.03.1995.
04.03.1996.
NM - 7014
08.05.2003.
11.05.2003.
NM - 7034
08.05.2003.
11.05.2003.
GCEL - 751
20.12.1994.
18.07.1996.
SAC - 100
13.12.2004.
16.02.2005.
C. SECURITY EQUIPMENTS
SlNo.
AS ON :31.01.2013
FAC.
EQUIPMENT
QTY
DATE OF INST.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
X-BIS
X-BIS
X-BIS
X-BIS
DFMD
DFMD
DFMD
HHMD
9.
10.
HHMD
ETD
H.S.100100V
H.S.100100VHR
H.S.6040i
H.S.6040i
METOR 200
METOR 200
Ceia PTZ 0021
METOR-28
METOR-28
THRU SCAN DX
RE-AH-01
Ceia PD-140
500 DT
500 DT
INFINOVA
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
4
3
4
1
1
1
30.01.2004.
09.08.2008.
20.11.2001.
09.08.2008.
06.09.2002.
13.09.2003.
16.09.2007.
06.09.2002.
13.09.2003.
08.12.2011.
23.05.2012.
16.09.2007.
29.09.2007.
28.11.2007.
24.08.2007.
11.
CCTV (Along with 31 Cameras)
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Page 9
DATE OF
COMM.
07.02.2004.
12.08.2008.
20.11.2001.
12.08.2008.
06.09.2002.
13.09 2003.
29.092007.
06.09.2002.
13.09.2003.
08.12.2011.
23.05.2012.
16.09.2007.
29.09.2007.
28.11.2007.
24.08.2007.
D.
OTHER INFORMATIONS
Sl. No.
FACILITY
PARAMETER
1.
VHF R/T :
FREQUENCY
--CO-ORDINATES. ---
122.350 MHz
22 ۫ 20’00’’N
73 ۫ 13’00’’E
2.
RUNWAY(22) :
LENGTH
ELEVATION
-----
2469 METRE
127 FEET
3.
RUNWAY(04):
LENGTH
ELEVATION
-----
2256 METRE
124 FEET
4.
ARP :
CO ORDINATES
---
22 ۫ 19’48.9’’N
73 ۫ 13’07.9’’
ELEVATION
---
121 FEET.
.
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Section 5.0
Support and Maintenance of CNS Facilities
пѓ�
Execution of prescribed preventive maintenance schedules i.e. daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly and half
yearly as applicable. Maintenance team also makes necessary entries in the records.
пѓ�
Execution of special maintenance schedule i.e. pre-flight checks and pre-monsoon checks.
пѓ�
Monitoring system performance with the help of various test equipments and carry out necessary adjustments
in various parameters as and when required.
пѓ�
Attending the breakdown of the facility.
пѓ�
Ensuring proper environmental conditions at the site where facility is installed. These conditions include
temperature, dust free environment and humidity.
пѓ�
Coordination with Civil/Electrical Engineering wing for maintaining proper environmental conditions.
пѓ�
Maintenance of PC and accessories belonging to AAI, installed at various locations of airport.
VADODARA AIRPORT STATION MANUAL 2013
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DETAILS OF UNINTERRUPTED POWER SUPPLY UNITS IN USE ALONGWITH BATTERIES,
AT CNS, VADODARA, AS ON 31. 01.2013
Location
: NEW TECHNICAL BLOCK.
Sl.
No.
Facility
Battery
Specification
0720400088MT02
Date of
Installation
of UPS
01.02.2009.
01
VHF
Emerson 2KVA
/ GXT2000MT(LB)
02
DVTR
NUMERIC digital
HP 2000
Sl-IV093916830
22-01-2010
EXIDE
12V,17Ah SMF
03
ATIS
NUMERIC digital
HP 2000
Sl-IV093916831
22-01-2010
04
ATIS ROP
ES-500
Not Avbl
26-01-2009
05
01.06.2006.
DSCN
08
UPS ( Spare )
U/S
VCCS
20050500626
20050500623
20050500626
20050500623
2005.05.006
25.02.2008
07
AZ Electronics
2KVA
Power One
2KVA
Power One
2KVA
Techser-5 KVA
Not Avbl
06
NAVAIDS
RCU
LAN/WAN
DELTA 3KAV
GES302R202035
A0GO9C00091WD
AOGO9C00095WD
29.10.2010
09
UPS
Make/Model
Serial No.
25.02.2008
19.02.2005
Date of
Installation
of Battery
25.03.2011
Estimated
due date for
replacement
24.03.2013
08
20.05.2012.
20.05.2014
EXIDE
12V,17Ah SMF
08
20.05.2012.
20.05.2014
EXIDE
12V,7Ah SMF
Exide
12V,17Ah SMF
Exide
12V,7Ah SMF
Exide
12V,7Ah SMF
EXIDE
12V,17Ah SMF
AMARON
12V,42Ah,SMF
01
25-03-2011
24-03-2012
08
20.05.2012
20.05.2014
16
25.02.2010
24. 02.2012
16
25.02.2010
24. 02.2012
12
25.03.2011
24.03.2013
02 sets of
06 each
29.10.2010
28.10.2012
Emerson
12V,17Ah SMF
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Qty.
of
Battery
08
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DETAILS OF UNINTERRUPTED POWER SUPPLY UNITS IN USE ALONGWITH BATTERIES,
AT CNS, VADODARA, AS ON 31.01.2013
Location
Sl.
No.
Facility
01
DVOR
02
: NAVIGATIONAL AIDS UNITS.
UPS
Make/Model
IV093916832
HPDME
Numeric Unit –IV,
5KVA /HPE 1150
Techser-5KVA
Date of
Installation
of UPS
11.02.2010
2007.05.P043
01.06.2006
03
Localiser
Techser-3KVA
2008.04.P063
31.08.2008
04
Glide Path
Techser-3KVA
2008.04.P064
08.08.2008
05
LPDME
Techser-3KVA
2008.07.P083
23.03.2009
06
NDB
AZ-1KVA
01.06.2006
07
Spare
(DVOR)
IGPT Base True
( AZ Supply )
A215513E10506135
4
APS 06/07/06
Serial No.
01.06.2006
Battery
Specification
EXIDE
12V,17Ah SMF
EXIDE
12V,17Ah,SMF
EXIDE
12V,26Ah,SMF
EXIDE
12V,26Ah,SMF
EXIDE
12V,26Ah,SMF
EXIDE
12V,42Ah SMF
EXIDE
12V,17Ah SMF
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Qty.
of
Battery
20
Date of
Installation
of Battery
20.05.2012
Estimated
due date for
replacement
20.05.2014
16
25.03.2011
24.03.2013
8
06.10.2010
05.10.2012
8
06.10.2010
05.10.2012
8
25.03.2011
24.03.2013
3
25.03.2011
24.03.2013
16
25.03.2011
24.03.2013
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DETAILS OF UNINTERRUPTED POWER SUPPLY UNITS IN USE ALONGWITH BATTERIES,
AT CNS, VADODARA, AS ON 31.01.2013
Location:
Sl.
No.
NEW TERMINAL BUILDING
XBIS 6040i (old) Techser 5KVA
DFMD, HHMD
XBIS100100V
APC RS1000
(old)
XBIS 6040i (new) APC RS1000
2008-06-P050
Date of
Installation
of UPS
21.11.2008.
JBO532025305
09.08.2008.
BBO748004504
09.08.2008.
APC RS1000
BBO748002323
09.08.2008.
5.
XBIS
100100VHR
ETD -1
APC RS1000
JBO721004950
29.09.2007.
6.
ETD -2
APC RS1000
JBO721005240
28.11.2007.
7.
CCTV
Di Digital India
Pvt. Ltd,DI-30005
DI-ON-37306
24.08.2007.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Facility
UPS
Make/Model
Serial No.
Battery
Specification
Exide Power Safe
12V,26Ah SMF
APC Supply
12V,7Ah SMF
APC Supply
12V,7Ah SMF
APC Supply
12V,7Ah SMF
Chloride Safe
Power 12V,7Ah
SMF
Chloride Safe
Power 12V,7Ah
SMF
EXIDE
12V,12A SMF
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Quantity
of Battery
16
Date of
Installation
of Battery
08.10.2010
Estimated
Date of
Replacement
08.12.2012
2
08.10.2010
08.10.2012
2
08.10.2010
08.10.2012
2
08.10.2010
08.10.2012
2
04.01.2011
04.01.2013
2
22.01.2010
21.01.2012
15
22.01.2010.
21.01.2012
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DETAILS OF BATTERY BACK-UP POWER SUPPLY AT CNS, VADODARA, AS ON 31.01.2013
Sl.
No.
Facility
Battery
Make
Battery
Specification
Location
: NEW TERMINAL BUILDING/TECHNICAL BLOCK.
Quantity
of
Battery
Date of
Installation
of Battery
Estimated
due date for
replacement
01.
VHF
Exide
12V,100Ah SMF
2
20.05.2012
20.05.2014
02.
EPABX
Exide
12V,42Ah SMF
4
06.10.2010
05.10.2012
Location
: NAVIGATIONAL AIDS UNITS.
01.
02.
Glide Path
LP DME
Exide
Exide
12V,100Ah SMF
12V, 75Ah SMF
2
4
20.05.2012
25.03.2011
20.05.2014
24.03.2013
03
04.
05.
Localiser
DVOR
HPDME
Exide
Exide
Exide
12V,100Ah SMF
12V,65Ah SMF
12V,100Ah SMF
2
4
2
20.05.2012
20.05.2014
20.05.2012
20.05.2014
20.05.2012
20.05.2014
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List of Direct Telephone Numbers at Vadodara Airport
List of the Direct Telephone Nos. at VADODARA Airport.
( As on 31.01.2013)
Sr.No.
Name of The EXECUTIVE
/Position
Designation
Office
Residence/ e-mail id
Mobile
Extn.
No
9825020069 [email protected] 500
1
SANTOSH DHOKE
APD
2485356
2
FAX- APD OFFICE
APD
2464249
607
3
P. S. VENUGOPAL
DGM (CNS)
2482040
9601509541 [email protected] 200
4
FAX- AFTN/ COMCENTER
2483899
202
5
EPABX-1
EPABX-2
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
--------
2483156
2489771
CF END
ATC-END
AGM(ATM)
2412540
2464415
2484946
2490172
2490154
2490142
2490140
2412926
2482619
2484947
2370991
[email protected] 302
13
14
ATC- CITY FIRE PSTN
ATC- CITY FIRE PSTN
AHCR -1 (STD)
AHCR -2 (STD)
AHCR -3 (STD)
AHCR -4 (STD)
AHCR -POLICE CONT PSTN
AHCR -POLICE CONT PSTN
VIP LOUNGE
RAKESH SINGH
15
N. K. SHUKLA
GM (Engg-P)
2482025
2760017
515
16
HARI KUMAR
Jt. GM (EE-P)
2483135
2960403
[email protected] 511
17
RAJENDRA KUMAR
DGM(E-C)
2484057
8980788111
18
OMKAR SINGH
AGM(E-E)
2486630
19
S. K. GAWLI
MGR.(FIRE)
2487944
9869280261
304
20
VIJAY MAURYA
2482125
9909005591
307
21
R.B.KAMBLE
Jr. Executive
(EQ)
AM(P&A)
2487904
104
22
SANJEEV KUMAR
AGM (FIN)
2486880
106
23
S.H. BURLI
MGR. (ATM)
2486718
9909492069
111
24
V. K. KAKKAR
DC (CISF)
2492208
2961496
9427612223
401
25
VIP ROOM
26
UNION OFFICE
A P- END
PCR-END
L.S.(AAEU)
[email protected]
502
505
2482619
112
2460422
316
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Section 6.0
Technical Description of Various CNS Facilities
SYSTEM TYPE
1.
2.
3.
TYPICAL USER
COMMUNICATION SYSTEM
VHFProvides two ways
communication
VCCS
–
Integration
communication
facilities
single console
of
in
ATIS
–
MET/AFTN
of
Broadcasting
IMPACT ON COMMUNICATION
AAIATC/Airlines
Controlling flow of Air traffic operation
AAI/ATC
Controlling flow of Air traffic operation
AAIATC/Airlines
Controlling flow of Air traffic operation
Airlines
Aid to airlines for controlling flow of operation
Controlling security and safety of airport
4.
NAV-AIDSProvides
direction /bearing to
aircraft with respect to Airport
/distance of Aircraft from Airport
and
accurate
and
precise
guidance to a landing aircraft.
5.
SECURITY EQUIPMENT/CCTV
For frisking the passengers and
screening the baggage.
Airline
Agency/CISF
6.
PA System
Installed in public utility area for
information related to the flights
to public at Airport
Airline Agency
7.
DSCN
Dedicated
Communication
Provides
both
Communication.
AAI
Controlling flow of work
AAI
To Control flow of air traffic through AFTN
Message
AAI
To retrieve recorded data in case of requirement
Anyone who
Communicates
with others
(Public)
including office
worker,
Manager/
Professionals
Telephone and internet with wide area network
access to shared information
8.
Satellite
Network.
way
AMSS RWS - messages can be
sent or received from any Airport
of the World. It is a part of AFTN.
8.
9.
Controlling passenger movement
DVTR
Installed to record all the
important
communications
channels.
LAN/WAN
It is also part of Comm. System.
Help’s People work together by
sharing information in many
digital forms.
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Section 6.1
Functional Specification
Facilities: - DVOR/VHF/NDB/LLZ/DME/GP
Sr.No
Data
Manufacturer
Document
Tolerance
ICAO
Specification
Tolerance
Station Data
DVOR
1
O/P Power
50-100w
2
30Hz
variable
Carier
Frequency
TQ
30Hz Mod
9960
Hz
Mod
9960
Hz
deviation
Frequency 30
Hz
112-118MHZ
+/0.01%
+/0.0005%
30%
30%
16
3
4
5
6
Sr.
No
Data
>50%
Nominal
30Hz
of
60 W
0.002%
30%
112-118MHZ
0.002%
117.300MHz
+/-2%
+/-2%
30%
30%
+/-2%
+/-2%
30%
30.4%
+/-1%
16
+/-1%
16.4
Manufacture
r Document
Tolerance
ICAO
Specification
Tolerance
Station Data
+/-0.002%
328.6-335.4MHz
+/-0.002%
0.001%
150Hz
0.001%
0.001%
329.6078MHz/
329.6074MHz
329.5925MHz/
329.5925MHz
150.0060/150.00
912 Hz
90.0031/90.0070
Hz
CL=0.01/0.00
DS=8.82/8.80
NF=0.60/0.70
CLR=38.27/38.29
CL=81.88/81.87
DS=81.22/81.20
NF=80.20/80.50
CLR=80.98/80.98
15.0/15.0KHz
GP
1
2
Frequen
cy CR
CLR
3
150Hz
328.6335.4MHz
328.6335.4MHz
150Hz
4
90Hz
90Hz
0.001%
90Hz
5
DDM
40-75
%
Alarm limit
6
SDM
7
Differen
ce freq
Power
Out put
CL=0%
DS=17.5%
NF=0%
CLR=40%
CL=80%
DS=80%
NF=80%
CLR=80%
15 KHz
+/- 5 KHz
CL=0%
DS=17.5%
NF=0%
CLR=40%
CL=80%
DS=80%
NF=80%
CLR=80%
4-32KHz
------
-----
8
+/-0.002%
40-75
%
Alarm limit
3-7 W
------
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SBOCL–0.5/0.5 w
CSBCLR-0.5/0.5w
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Sr.
No
Data
Manufacturer
Document
Tolerance
ICAO
Specification
Toleranc Station Data
e
108-112MHz
+/-0.002%
108-112MHz
2
Frequency
CR
CLR
108-112MHz
+/-0.002%
108-112MHz
3
150Hz
150Hz
+/-0.001%
150Hz
+/0.002%
+/0.002%
+/-2.5%
110.5049MHz /110.
5049MHz
110.4949/110.4949
MHz
150.003/150.002hz
4
5
90Hz
DDM
+/-.001%
40-75
%
Alarm limit
SDM
7
8
Diff freq
Power Out
put
90Hz
CL=0%
DS=15.5%
NF=0%
CLR=25%
CL=40%
DS=40%
NF=40%
CLR=40%
5-14KHz
+/-2.5%
6
90Hz
CL=0%
DS=15.5%
NF=0%
CLR=25%
CL=40%
DS=40%
NF=40%
CLR=40%
10 KHz
5-15 W
90.002/90.006hz
CL=0.00%/0.00%
DS=14.7%/14.4%
NF= -0.4%/-0. 4%
CLR=-0.4%/-0.2%
CL=40.0/40.0%
DS=40.0/40.0
NF 40. /40.0
CLR 40.1/40.2
10 KHz/10khz
CSBCL-15/15 w
SBOCR–0.5/0.5 w
CSBCLR-15/15 w
SBOCLR–0.5/0.5 w
LLZ
1
Sr.
No
Data
40-75
%
Alarm limit
+/- 2 KHz
-----------
Manufacturer
Document
Tolerance
ICAO Specification
Tolerance
Station
Data
108-156MHz
+ /-PPM
117.975-136 MHZ
+ /-002%
2
Frequency
Band
POWER
122.35MH
Z
47.0 dBm
3
MOD%
95%Max
At
least
85%
90%
+
/0.005%
122.35MH
z
-98dBm
VHF
Transmitter:
1
1
2
Receiver:
Frequency
Band
Receiver
Sensitivity
50W
CW(+47dBm)
108-156MHz
5-20
dB(S+N)/N
with
–107
dBm 30% AM
With in the defined
operational
coverage(F.S.75uv er
meter
85%
+ /- 1PPM
180 To 156 MHz
15dB(S+N)/N
50%
AM,20
/Meter
with
uv
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Sr.
No
Data
Manufacturer
Document
Tolerance
ICAO Specification
Tolerance
Station
Data
190-535KHz
400-1020Hz
0.005%
190-1750Khz
1020Hz
0.01%
+/- 50Hz
304 kHz
1020Hz
NDB
1
2
3
4
5
Sr.
No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
S.N
o
Frequecy
Mod.
Freqcy
Fwd
Power
Ref.
Power
Mod.
Depth
100W
>50%
70W
.02W
0.5W
0-95%
Data
DME (LP)
Operating
Frequency
System
delay(in Вµs)
Pulse
Pair
Special ( in Вµs)
Power O/P
S.G. Spacing (
in Вµs)
S.G.PRF
EFFICIENCY
Data
70-95%
Manufacturer
Document
Tolerance
960-1215MHZ
0.001%
50
12
Toleran
ce
Station Data
0.001%
+/-0.25
1066MHz(Rx)
1003MHz (xp)
50.05
+ /-2%
12.15
100w
12
100PPS
+/-10
ICAO
Specification
95%
100w
12
+/-20w
+/-0.25
89w
12.02
100PPS
>70%
+/-10
106
96%
Manufacturer
Document
Tolerance
ICAO
Specification
Tolerance
Station Data
960-1215MHZ
0.001%
0.001%
+/-0.5Вµs
1201MHz(Tx)
1138MHz (Rx)
50.03
50
+/-0.5
50
12
+ /-2%
12
+/-0.25Вµ
12.02
>50%
12
+/-0.25
1.0 KW
12.02
DME (HP)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Operating
Frequency
System
delay(Вµs)
Pulse
Pair
Spacing(Вµs)
Power O/P
S.G.
Spacing
(Вµs)
S.G.PRF
EFFICIENCY
S.G.Level
595-944w
12
100PPS
+/-10
100PPS
>70%
1.0
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+/-0.1
106
96%
0.97
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Section 6.2
Safe Operation
System efficiency and reliability depends upon the system maintenance, environment and
climatic conditions by adopting following systematic methods and proven techniques.
This would enhance the life of system and continue to function with optimum efficiency
and maximum reliability. This maintenance is classified as corrective maintenance,
periodic maintenance and trouble shooting.
A. CORRECTIVE MAINTENANCE
There are many corrective steps taken at regular intervals to avoid any
deterioration of a system. The first step in corrective maintenance is
inspection of the equipment with power off. The main elements of
inspection are:
1) Cleanliness of equipment.
2) Building condition, leakage etc.
3) Electrical Connections (Cables & plug in modules)
4) Mechanical joints and linkages including switches.
5) Wiring condition, water vapor, heat or extreme cold can affect internal
and external wiring. Look for frayed, broken or damaged wiring.
6) Recent modifications.
7) Corrosion, broken, burnt or missing parts.
8) Build up of dirt, moisture, insects etc.
9) Improper lubrication of moving parts.
After finding and correcting the trouble, appropriate adjustment
procedures are followed. Maintenance records are to be kept and as much
data as possible recorded to assist in future repairs. List of normal
indications and what was done to correct the fault.
Records are maintained to include actual measurements taken before and
after the repair to accumulate work history. Any malfunctioning noted
during maintenance is corrected and if required components replaced.
PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
System efficiency and performance is monitored by checking significant
signals and voltages at various levels in the system.
The purpose of daily and weekly recordings of signal parameters and
voltages is done so as to compare these to previous records in order to
reduce the parameter deviation from normal or other irregularities of the
system performance.
The purpose of monthly and quarterly inspection is to
пѓ� Ensure that transmitters and associated systems are calibrated and
optimally aligned.
пѓ� Ensure that monitors are calibrated and alarm limits are correct and
operating as per specifications.
пѓ� To check warning and alarm systems are working properly as per ICAO
specifications.
пѓ�
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PERFORMANCE CHECKS
Check operational status. In most cases, the information available at the
test jacks (signals and voltages) is sufficient to determine if a module is
functioning correctly.
пЃ¶ Check manual/automatic shut down and restart.
пЃ¶ Voltage and current checks.
Voltages and currents are checked to verify that transmitters and
associated equipment are operating properly. Low voltage readings can
cause premature failures as well as changes in transmitter frequency and
power out put. Higher than normal voltage can also cause rapid
equipment failures. High current readings indicate areas that require
immediate action.
i)
Check transfer system A to B and B to A (Main to Stand By & Vice
Versa)
ii)
Verify monitor alarm points. Monitor alarm points are set initially
during installation. This check is to verify that the initial alarm
limits have not changed.
iii)
Measure and record all modulation percentages and observe side
band and carrier wave forms.
iv)
Check field monitor levels.
v)
Measure and record system operating frequency.
vi)
Check RF amplifier output power and gain.
vii)
Measure and record antenna feed cable VSWR
viii)
Perform check and calibration of built in test equipment
ix)
Transmission line insulation resistance.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
General guidelines to locate and trouble shoot a fault is given below:-
i)
Check for signs of excessive heat.
ii)
Verify that all integrated circuits are seated firmly in their sockets
and that there are no bent pins.
iii)
Check that printed circuit board edge connectors are clean and
seated fully.
iv)
Check the ribbon cable connectors.
v)
Check the power supplies. Power supplies are a very common
source of problems. Low voltage/excessive ripple make it appear
that an IC is bad.
a)
Measure the power supply voltages and verify that they are
with in specifications.
b)
vi)
Using an oscilloscope verifies that the power supply output
are not excessively noisy.
Using an oscilloscope and other test equipments verify that clock
signals, input signals and control signals are present and correct in
shape and level. By doing these procedures isolate the faulty units,
sub unit and come to pin point the fault to the component level.
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Section 6.3
CORRECTIVE & PREVENTIVE MAINTANENCE
Inspection / Maintenance of ILS :
Daily / Weekly / Monthly & Quarterly maintenance is carried out to detect
any parameter deviation for normal or any other irregularity of the system.
The maintenance is being carried out as per schedule given by AAI
Headquarters.
a. Daily Inspection / Maintenance:- Mains supply / UPS supply, Battery
Voltage, Room Temperature, environment cleanliness, Mast light, critical
area etc;
b. Weekly Inspection / Maintenance : - Transmitters Power readings /
Voltage readings, signal parameters from LCD and RMM (LLZ), Battery
back up load test etc;
c. Monthly Inspection / Maintenance : - Alarm limits readings, Actual
Reading, Physical Inspection of antenna site, Change over test, lamp
tests, Ident check, Alarm shut-off checks etc
d. Quarterly Inspection / Maintenance
:-
(i)
Equipment software monitor Alarm checks, Monitor Alarm delay
checks, Battery operations maintenance, Measurement of DC voltage
and Current level of course and clearance, RF power level, change
over and monitor integrity etc.
(ii)
Antenna :Periodically checking of the condition of all
connectors(Antenna destruction units and monitor combiner unit)
and the antenna mast structure.
e. Half Yearly:- Monitor limits, analog maintenance limit, digital
maintenance limit, transmitter adjustment, Ident and mod
switches setting etc.
f. Annual check:RF Frequency Check, LF frequency check, Transmitter waveforms
check, output power check, monitor alarm limit check, near field
monitor delay etc.
Fault Log Books:future reference.
for Localizer/ Glide Path / DME are maintained for
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Flight inspection : - Flight Inspection constitutes in Flight evaluation
sampling of the radiated signals. The signal in-space are evaluated under
same conditions as they are presented to an other Aircraft using the ILS.
The purpose is to confirm the correctness of the settings of essential signalin-space parameters, determine the operational safety & acceptability of
ILS. Periodicity of Flight Inspection for Normarc ILS in 120 + 30 days.
ILS
Date of last Air calibration:-
31.10.2012
Next Calibration Due On:-
30.04.2013
GLIDE ANGLE(In Degree)
TX-1: 3.01
Tx-II :3.01
LOCALIZER COUSE WIDTH
TX-1: 4.72
(In Degree)
Tx-II :4.66
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DOPLER VERY HIGH FREQUENCY OMNI RANGE (DVOR)
I.
Test requirements: - Periodic performance tests to
Determine if facility is operating in accordance with established criteria.
a) Equipment adjustment when it deviates from set value.
b) Periodic check for normal functioning of electronic sub units.
II.
Measure the frequency of radius to check any deviation from the tolerance
limit.
III.
Air calibration carried out once in 360 days + 30days and necessary
adjustment done in ground equipment to maintain the parameters of sub
carries and bearings as per ICAO specifications. Readings are noted to maintain
it as a standard reading.
IV.
Maintenance records for the following are maintained.
i)
Daily meter readings of AC/DC voltages, Monitor reading, DVOR
parameters, General check up of air conditioner, UPS power supply,
Power supply status indications signal levels, Mod % levels, Temp,
cleanliness and physical verification of moving parts other electronic sub
units and monitoring of radiated signals variations if any. Etc.
ii)
Apart from these Weekly, Monthly, Half yearly checks are carried out as
per laid down procedures.
DISTANCE MEASURING EQUIPMENT ( Co-located with VOR)
1. Facility test and maintenance is carried on daily, Weekly, Monthly, bi-monthly
and yearly basis for
пѓ� Frequency of radiated signal by using frequency counter
пѓ� Pulse shape
пѓ� Pulse spacing
пѓ� Peak power
пѓ� System delay
пѓ� Pulse repetition frequency
пѓ� Receiver frequency stability
пѓ� Receiver sensitivity
пѓ� Decoder
пѓ� Reply efficiency
пѓ� Identification.
II.
III.
So that distance information provided is accurate and as per ICAO
specifications. Also adjustment is carried out with test eqpt to achieve it within
the tolerance limit.
Once in 12 months DME is air calibrated by doing proper adjustments in
Ground Eqpt in co-Ordination with calibration aircraft and all readings are
noted to maintain it till next air calibration.
D-VOR/HP-DME
Date of last Air calibration:-
01.12.2011
Next Calibration Due On:-
30.11.2013
Error Spread(F.I.U)In Degrees
TX-1: 0.81
D-VOR
TX-II :0.96
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NDB:a. Daily Inspection / Maintenance:- Mains supply / UPS supply,
parameters Check, Room Temperature, environment
cleanliness, Mast light, critical area etc;
b. Weekly Inspection / Maintenance : - Manpower deployment,
air-conditioning etc
c. Monthly Inspection / Maintenance : - Power measurement
forward and reflected, Depth of modulation, ident code,
physical condition of antenna, General cleaning etc;
d. Quarterly Inspection / Maintenance: - Frequency check,
monitor alarm check etc.
EQUIPMENT ROOM:Facilities:пѓ�
пѓ�
пѓ�
пѓ�
пѓ�
пѓ�
пѓ�
пѓ�
VHF Transmitters
VHF Receivers
DVTR
VCCS
DATIS
UTC Clock System (Master Slave Clock)
Walkie Talkie Sets
Remote Control Units for Nav aids.
Inspection/Maintenance of various equipments and register
maintained.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
VHF Daily and Monthly - PM Schedule Register
DVTR Daily Recording Check Register .
DVTR On /Off Time Register.
DSC/ PSTN/ MAN Pack etc. Daily Check Register.
Daily ACCR Facility Check Register .
ATIS Daily Check Register .
Fault Log Book For All Equipments.
New Terminal Building
Facilities :пѓ� X-Ray Baggage Inspection System Hand Held Metal Detectors
пѓ� Door Framed Metal Detectors
пѓ� Explosive Trace Detector
пѓ� CCTV
Inspection/Maintenance of various equipments and register
maintained.
1.
2.
3.
4.
X-Ray - Daily, weekly, Monthly Schedule register.
Door Framed Metal Detectors – fault Log Book
Explosive Trace Detector - fault Log Book
CCTV – Daily maintains register.
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Section 7.0
Facility Operation and Maintenance Plan
The operation and maintenance phase starts after the users have
accepted the new system these phase can be divided into two activities.
1) On going operation and support
2) Maintenance
Unlike the others steps in the lifecycle these steps continues throughout
the systems useful life. Ongoing operation and support is the process of
ensuring that the technical system components continue to operate
correctly and that the users use it effectively these responsibility is with
technical staff taking care of machine and computer operation and a
Member of the user organization ensuring that the users understand the
system and the use it effectively.
Sec. /NTB
Installation
NAV AIDS
Engg. Section
COM.FAC.
ATC
COM CENTRE
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PROCESS FLOWCHART
(a) Maintenance
Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Six monthly
Maintenance schedules
S/off equipment, clean to remove dust /dirt
and physically check all connections & cables .
Switch on equipment and perform
voltage/current /parameter measurements as
per Daily/Weekly/Monthly/Six monthly
Maintenance schedules
Observe for any deviation from prescribed value
Any
deviation?
No
Yes
Follow the laid down procedure by the
manufacturer to correct the deviation and
record the action taken in the fault log book.
Record the readings and make over for operation.
End.
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(b) Break down maintenance
Complaint received / fault monitored
Check all panel indications / meter
readings / parameters of the equipment
and analyze the fault.
With the help of test equipment carry out
measurements to isolate the faulty
module / component / part
Determine the spares required to rectify the fault.
No
Spare parts/
module avbl.?
Yes
Follow the laid down procedure to change the
module /component as per the manufacturer to
correct the fault and make any adjustment if
required to keep the parameters within the
tolerances
Record the action
taken in the fault
log book and m/o
for operation.
C
Check the faulty
module
End.
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repairable
?
No
Yes
B
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A
C
B
Send the faulty
module to
SMU/RHQ/CHQ
A
Purchase spares
required as per laid
down procedures
Do follow up action to
get the repaired/
spare module
Demand spares
from CHQ / RHQ
Do follow up
action to get the
spares
Receive Spares
Receive Spare /
Repaired Module
ОЈ
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PROCESS FOR TAKING NOTAM (NOTICE TO AIRMEN)
Getting request from ATS units to take
NOTAM. Action / cancellation of NOTAM.
All relevant
data available?
No
Seek clarification.
Yes
Forward to MUMBAI NOTAM office through
AFTN for taking NOTAM action.
After receiving NOTAM from MUMBAI NOTAM
office through AFTN intimate ATC through
tele-printer
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Section 7.1
Test Equipment:
Sr.
No.
Serviceability
Last calibrated
on
Next calibration
due on
W/S
SVC.
08-06-2011
08.06.2012
DVOR
SVC.
NAV-AIDS/WS
SVC
15-06-2011
15.06.2012
4. TEKHIND 2235
W/S
SVC.
07-06-2011
07.06.2012
5. Synchroscope SS 5705
G/P
SVC
D-VOR/GP/W/S
SVC.
03-06-2011
16.06.2011
03.06.2012
16.06.2012
D-VOR
SVC.
W/S
SVC.
WS
SVC
29/08/06
29/08/07
1. Mastech / M3900 (Qty-03)
ER
SVC(1 u/s)
07-06-2011
07.06.2012
4. FLUKE / 8840A
WS
SVC
08.06.2011
08.06.2012
5. FLUKE 175 (True RMS MM)
D-VOR
U/S
6. BOSSTECH M92A
Tx/Stn
SVC
W/S
U/S
NAVAIDS
SVC
W/S
SVC
LLZ Stores
U/S…..
11. Signal Generator HP 8648
W/S
SVC
12. Avionics Marconi 2030
W/S
SVC
Available Test Equipment
Unit in which
used /installed
CRO
1 LEADER LBO 514
A
2. GW Instek GOS-6200
3. Digital Tektronix TDS 220
FREQUENCY COUNTER
B
1. LG 1.5 GHz fc-7150
2. BK Precession1856C 2.4GHz
3. Aplab 1119
4. Advantest Universal
TR5823H
MULTIMETER
C
7. Digital 92050A
8. Mastech MAS830L
9. Mastech M92A
SIGNAL GENERATOR & FTS
D
1..Signal Generator English
2018A 10 KHz-520 MHz
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E.
13. Radio Test Set MarconB
i2955B
W/S
SVC
14. Signal Gen – ILS Tone Gen
GP
SVC
15. Audio Sig.Gen VFO 13
Vasvi Elex.
W/S
SVC
16. Audio Generator
Scientific HM 5036 A
W/S
SVC
17. FTS Marconi (Norsk)
NAV-AIDS
SVC
18. FTS NM 3710
NAV-AIDS
SVC
WATTMETER
5.RF Thru line Wattmeter Bird Electronic
Corp
6.RF Wattmeter English Electric TF2603p
7.Digital wattmeter 83550 coaxial
Dynamics Inc.
8.Directional Wattmeter 50 Ohm 81000-A
NAV-AIDS
SVC
NAV-AIDS
SVC
W/S
SVC
W/S
SVC
13.12.2011
13.12.2012
02.12.2011
02.12.2012
23.12.2011
22.12.2012
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Section 7.2
SMU Details:
Special Maintenance Units(SMU) are established at specified airports for component
level repair of un-serviceable modules for various CNS facilities as per the details given
below: S.No
Equipment/Facility
1
DME
(GCEL) 751/752/753
DVOR (GCEL) 755
2
3
10
DVOR(ASII) 1150
CVOR (ASII) 1150
DME(ASII) 1118/1119
ILS(ASII)
XBIS (ECIL)
Radar (NGSCO)
ILS(NORMAC)
Display
Monitor
(Sony)
DVTR (Marathon Pro)
11
12
13
VHF TX/RX(OTE)
NDB(SAC 100/400)
XBIS (Heiman)
4
5
6
7
8
9
SMU
location
Kolkata
Contact Nos
E-mail
033-25118240
[email protected]
Ahmedabad
079-22861665
22885888 (FAX)
[email protected]
IGI Delhi
[email protected]
Hyderabad
[email protected]
Chennai
044-22561515
Extn SMU
[email protected]
Mumbai
022-26828100
Extn SMU
[email protected]
CMC Delhi
011-24691283
[email protected]
As per N&S directorate/CHQ letter no. CMC/General/02 dated 10-01-2007, all the
coordination among CMC, SMUs and station for repair and return of unserviceable/faulty modules/cards has to be made by e-mail as per the detail given
below: -
a) Faulty module/Card to be dispatched to the respective SMU and intimation to be
given by e-mail as per Performa CMC-01 and a brief of fault report.
b) SMU on receipt of faulty Card/module shall raise Site Anomaly Report (SAR) and
acknowledge receipt to the station in the Performa CMC-02
c) After repair of card and testing by a competent officer of SMU for proper
functioning the same shall be dispatched to the station and intimation given as
per Performa CMC-03
d) On receipt of the card station will test in the circuit and intimate SMU in the
Performa CMC-04 to close the SAR. However, if the card/module is not OK, the
same will be returned to SMU with same SAR and as per the above procedure.
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Section 7.3
Interruption to Service
Early Restoration of facilities in case of Breakdowns:
пЃ¶ Within 3 Minutes in case of stand-by equipment or spare
modules are available in the station;
пЃ¶ Within 2-3 days if the required spares are available for the
equipment locally;
 Within 15 days if the U/S modules / PCB’s are to be sent to
some external agency / SMU.
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Section 8.0
Organizational Structure, Functions & Responsibilities
AIRPORT DIRECTOR
DGM (COM)
AGM(C-E)
COMN. FACILITIES
AT ER/IT/WS/COM.CENTRE
MGR(C-E)/AM/JET
Maintenance Work
ER/WS/Com centre .
AGM (C-T)
Nav-Aids
MGR(C-E)/AM/JET
Maintenance work
Nav -Aids
AGM (C-T)
Airport system
AGM(C-T)
Admin work – Tender for Store
Purchase,CNS AMC,ETC.
MGR(C-T)/AM/JET
Maintenance work Security
Equipment, CCTV etc.
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RESPONSIBILITY AND FUNCTIONS
1. AIRPORT DIRECTOR: Jt. GM : Overall in charge of Vadodara Airport
2. OFFICER IN CHARGE (CNS):- DGM (Com)): Overall in charge of CNS
wing. Responsible for technical & operational & Administrative nature
services related to CNS wing.
Responsible for procurement of technical spares, award of AMC with in
Delegation of Financial Authority, coordination with external agencies like
BSNL, Air lines, WPC etc.
п‚·
To provide assistance in the implementation of contingency plan in
case of emergencies like Anti hijacking etc.
п‚·
Supervise the maintenance and operation of aeronautical
Telecommunication equipment and systems for the Air Traffic Control
as well as electronic navigational aids (VOR, ILS, DME and NDB)
п‚·
Manages both the Telecommunication
Communication Operational divisions by :
п‚·
Prescribing duties and operational parameters of the subordinate staff.
п‚·
Following up the progress of the work, identifying and resolving
related problems.
п‚·
Maintaining the discipline in conformity with the General orders and
relevant standing instructions.
п‚·
Appraising levels of the performance of Telecommunications Engg,
Divn and Communication Separations divn, and formulating policies on
efficient staff development and deployment.
п‚·
Establishing effective means of controlling the budget of the
telecommunications Sections.
п‚·
Plans the development and expansion of Aeronautical Fixed
Telecommunication Network (AFTN) in consultation with Aerodromes,
ATC and flight Operations Section & DSCN (Under Development).
п‚·
Assesses training and development needs of personnel required for the
maintenance of the aeronautical communication and navigational
equipments.
п‚·
Plans and implements special training programme to bridge identified
performance gaps to ensure that international standards are
maintained.
п‚·
Implements an effective routine maintenance in organization and
associated work scheduled for various electronic systems and
equipments used in the dept. of Civil Aviation.
Engineering
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the
п‚·
Verification of logbook, maintenance schedule entries
п‚·
Supervision of the function of
communication equipment in ACCR.
п‚·
To attend to VVIP movements.
Anti
hijacking
Control
Room
п‚· MGR (Operation- in-charges)
п‚·
No Manager (Com) has been posted at vadodara. Next to HOD Post is
being looked after by Sr. Manager (Com-T). Maintains detailed records of
all frequencies in use and assigned to DCA
п‚· MGR (COM-OPS):
п‚·
No Manager (Com) has been posted. Post is being looked after by
Manager (Com-E).
п‚·
Coordinates telephone requirements of all sections in the Dept. of AAI,
Vadodara
п‚·
Liases with
Bharat Sanchar Nigam Limited to determine their
configuration and provision.
п‚·
п‚·
Responsible for all matters pertaining to Communication operations.
Liaisoning with BSNL in ensuring efficiency of leased lines Ensure timely
payment of BSNL bills.
п‚·
Ensure timely payment of BSNL bills.
п‚·
Liaisoning with APD office
п‚·
Supervision of functioning of various leased circuits.
п‚·
Responsible for all matters pertaining to LAN/WAN & Dedicated
Satellite Communication Network(DSCN) Project .
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ASST.GM (IN-CHARGE OF NAV-AIDS, SECURITY EQPT ETC):
Responsible for smooth and uninterrupted operation of NAV-AIDS,SEC-EQPT units.
1. Verification of logbook, maintenance schedule entries.
2. Ensuring implementation of preventive maintenance schedules.
3. Providing ground maintenance support for periodical flight calibrations.
4. Carrying our preventive maintenance in case of breakdown of facility along with
maintenance team.
5. Handling of NOC case w.r.t CNS installations.
6. Preparation & onward transmission of monthly, quarterly and annual returns.
7. Providing feedback to DGM (Com) about the functioning of unit concerned.
Responsible for correspondence on technical matters.
8. Maintaining the technical store record, local purchase of spares etc .
9. Maintaining of Security & Passenger Facilitation Unit.
10 Responsible for correspondence on technical matters.
11 Procurement of Technical Manuals / Books.
12 Maintaining the technical store record, local purchase of spares etc.
13 Maintaining the imprest account of CNS wing.
14. To monitor the proper maintenance of Technical Stores.
15. Procurement of essential parts from local market for smooth functioning of units.
16. To Look after the on going AMCs of PCs /FAX etc.& Annual Contracts related to
Man Power Security Guards deployments
ASST.GM(IN CHARGE OF COM FACILITIES AT E/R/ATC/WS):
Responsible for smooth and uninterrupted operation of the Facilities at E/R, ATC, Work
Shop & Com center .
2. Verification of logbook, maintenance schedule entries.
3. Ensuring implementation of preventive maintenance schedules.
4. Carrying our preventive maintenance in case of breakdown of facility along
with maintenance team .
5 Handling all correspondence related to the respective unit with internal as
well as external agencies.
6 Providing feedback to DGM (Com) about the functioning of unit concerned
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Section 8.1
HR DETAILS OF EXECUTIVES
Proficient and Trained Man Power posted at Vadodara
No. CNS
No.
Name
Desgn
D.O.B
Date of
joining
station
Proficiencies
held
HF/NDB/VHF/
VOR/ILS/
Security/DME
HF/NDB/VHF/
Security
VHF/VOR/HF/
Security/DME
General
Proficiency
1.
446
P. S. Venugopal
DGM (CNS)
01.07.57
08.08.11
2.
841
Sunil Jain
AGM-(C-T)
06.09.61
03.09.12
3.
1052
AGM (C-T)
08.05.59
22.08.09
4.
1082
G. Wilson
Kutty
U. K.
Chattapadhaya
AGM (C-T)
31.08.59
16.07.09
5.
1536
R. D. Sendre
AGM (C-E)
10.07.72
16.08.12
VHF, Security,
6.
1536
B. Singh
M-Elex
01.07.67
17.08.11
7.
1552
S. K. Jain
M-Elex
01.03.69
25.06.10
8.
1572
Amiya
Mahapatra
M-Elex
22.08.69
07.06.06
9.
3032
M. Lohar
M-Elex
04.05.68
24.07.11
10.
------
A. K. Sinha
AM-Tech
15.10.56
29.04.05
11.
6002
D. C. Mishra
AM (Elex)
25.07.76
30.07.03
12.
3246
Devraj
AM (Elex)
03.05.82
20.09.09
13.
3359
Praveen Kumar
Pal
Sushil Kumar
Gurjar
10.07.86
22.02.11
10.10.82
22.02.11
09.09.86
04.04.11
03.01.86
14.04.11
18.01.88
03.07.11
25.02.85
03.07.11
VHF,
Security/DME
HF/NDB/VHF/
VOR/ILS/
Security/DME/A
MSS OPS/
HARDWARE
VHF/VOR/HF/
Security/DME/
AMSS OPS
General
Proficiency
General
Proficiency
General
Proficiency
General
Proficiency
General
Proficiency
General
Proficiency
General
Proficiency
General
Proficiency
General
Proficiency
General
Proficiency
3319
14.
3360
15.
3450
16.
6267
17.
18.
6269
Jr Exe
(Elex))
Jr Exe
(Elex)
Ankit Bhatnagar
Jr Exe
(Elex)
Maneesh Kumar Jr Exe
(Elex)
Jitendra Kumar Sr. Asstt.
(Elex)
Shantanu Pawar Sr. Asstt.
(Elex)
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Remarks
RTC Tr. On
NORMAC
ILS
VHF/AMSS
HARDWARE
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Section 9.0
STATUS OF CNS PROJECTS
Sr.No Equipment/
Model
Purpose
Status of CNS Project
CNSWR Status
PDC
NO
Remarks
1. ATS
Integration of
AUTOMATION different Facilities
of Air Traffic
System
SAT Completed.
one Neptuno server
faulty and sent for repair
to company.
Another Neptuno server
has recording problem.
Informed to M/s
Indra to take
necessary action.
3. CCTV
UPS ,SERVERS,NAS
Installed .wef 26-01-13
Eight cameras. working
on test basis
Installation of
remaining cameras
under progress.
Up-gradation of
CCTV
Future Action Plan
Sr.No
.
Project
Purpose
1.
LP DME/HP DME REPLACEMENT
AS LPDME/HPDME HAS SERVED
MORE THAN 15 YEARS.
PDC
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Remarks
CHQ project
Page 43
THE FOLLOWING AAI DOCUMENTS ARE USED BY CNS IN VADODARA:
Sl. No.
1
2
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Name of the Document
CNS Manual volume- I to VII
AIP (5th Edition)
AIP (6th Edition) Vol I & II & III
AERADIO (3rd Edition)
AFS Manual
Manufacture’s Manuals of all CNS
Eqpt.
Aerodrome Manual
VADODARA AIRPORT STATION MANUAL 2013
Issue No./
year
00/2007
00/2002
2007
00/2001
00/2004
-----2006
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Section 10.0
Record Systems Related to Maintenance of Facilities
RWS.
Registers
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Dial up Supervisor’s Log Book
Notam
Watch Extension
Out Messages
Fax Transmission/NSD
Fax Reception
YT Register
Un serviceability Register for Dial up
Telephone Register
Files
1 File for Messages/letters send through fax except AFTN Messages
2 All in/out AFTN Messages are kept for minimum 3 months.
2. LAN/WAN/EPABX/Computers Maintenance UNIT
Records
1 LAN/WAN Fault Log Book
2 EPABX Fault /Complaint Register.
3. Computer Complaints Register
VADODARA AIRPORT STATION MANUAL 2013
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Record System Related to Maintenance of CNS Facilities
Record
Facilities wise
VHF
DATIS
DVTR
LLZ
GP
LPDME NDB
DVOR
в€љ
HPDM
E
в€љ
Daily Maintenance
Schedule
Weekly Maintenance
Schedule
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
---
----
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
Monthly Maintenance
Schedule
Half-yearly
Maintenance Schedule
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
-----
-----
---
---
---
в€љ
---
в€љ
---
---
в€љ
Yearly Maintenance
--Schedule(Pre
monsoon Maintenance
VOR/DME Ground
-Calibration
--
в€љ
в€љ
--
--
-----
---
---
---
-----
в€љ
в€љ
--
в€љ
VOR/DME Flight
Calibration Reports
--
---
---
-----
в€љ
----
в€љ
Fault Log Book
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
Daily channel check
Register
--
в€љ
--
--
---
---
-----
--
Log Book (Duty
Officer)
Battery Check log
Book
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
в€љ
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Miscellaneous
New integrated terminal building stone laying ceremony was held on
February 27, 2009 at the Vadodara Airport under modernization plan
to meet international standards and works are under progress. The
new Integrated Terminal Building at the Vadodara Airport will have an
area of 40175 sq metres (approx) compared to 12,770 previously. The
newly-inaugurated terminal building will be a glass and steel structures
having modern passenger friendly facilities such as central air
conditioning system, inline X-ray baggage inspection system integrated
with the baggage conveyor system, escalators, public address system,
Flight Information Display System (FIDS), CCTV for surveillance,
check-in counters, car parking, etc.
The integrated terminal building at Vadodara will have peak hour
passenger handling capacity of 1200 passengers and annual handling
capacity of 14.6 lakh passengers. The integrated building will have 30
check-in counters, two X-ray scanners (for baggage); 12 security check
booths and four conveyor belt – arrival. The apron has been extended
to cater for parking of total of 14 aircraft (8 Category �E’, 3 Category
�D’ and 3 Category �C’ type of aircraft) from the earlier capacity of
four aircraft and strengthened for parking of Category �E’ type of
aircraft. The departure and arrival hall will have facility for duty free
shops. The departure hall will also accommodate foreign currency
exchange, book store, restaurant and other shops for the convenience of
departing passengers.
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