Here is a document that will explain...
an Arinc424 file:
Getting a license :
After sofware installing, click on its icon and...
Click on "OK, I agree and I understand."…
Copy + Paste the code in a mail for me. Or click in the blue link, then send the mail.
In return I'll send a license file (if I received 300 €, an imediate full and perpetual license, else a limited few days trial license)
Open Arinc Decoder
Click on "Install the license I received by mail"
Browse to catch the AD.lic file.
Switch off the software, reload it, and everything should work... exept if you are in trial version, some functions will be disabled.
After, when you just installed ArincDecoder and your license is valid... You get this:
Push on the button
to open your dataset Arinc.
This will create one file named "Arinc.dat".
(Note, if the file is a CIFP file from FAA, it will have a name ArinUYYMM, this to permitt to have 2 files of the same cycle on the same PC.)
and the file is inspected and rename
Program will show:
Close the message box and the file will be in the list by the name of its cycle:
It's time to view what's in your file...
Click on "Airways" and "Europa"
And select an airway in the list...
Example A293 and this window will show:
Pressing the button of the map, you'll plot it:
Click on "Navaids" and enter (in the green circle) "LI" to obtain all the Navaids of the region "LI" (Italy !!!)
All they come (222)
and hop hop hop...
to switch from this map to google earth (if you have it) and... will show...
To get info on an element click on it... example, Vor-Dme of Cagliari
The VOR is not exactly co-implanted with the DME...(Latitude / Longitude for the DME are written in red font)
Press on the 2 compass (by the top) above the latitudes boxes.
You'll see that precisaly 18.16 meters exists between both antennas...
That's an example.
If your file has airports information:
You want to know... it's an other example... how you can reach the Airport of Hakodate (HKD RJCH) in north of japan.
"Load" will give
And you see that you will find there:
- 2 runways
- 9 Communication frequency
- 33 terminal waypoints
- 6 Sids (departures)
- 4 Stars (Arrivals)
- 8 instrument approaches
- and 11 parking stands.
Clic on "Runways" then
you'll get that:
with informations relevants:
You want to see the approaches available there:
(same clic on "Approches" then ...)
Select wich one you want to see: RNAV 30 zulu, Autorization requested...
Press on the button looking like
a map and you'll have below, the calculated vertical profile, and all parameters
collected for computations.
All values are calculated with datas in the database
The map is shown in a new window
The published map of the same procedure:
And just for the eyes... with google earth...
Visualizing the changes between two cycles...
Despite the fact we have the checkbox "Effectivity" to see only the changes of the current cycle, with this you don't see the objects that are deleted, and you see all minor changes.
With this option you will see very quickly what is new and what is deleted...
In the reference cycle, you plot what you need, where you need:
Example for the airways, in Europe !
When the list is done you press on "Compare" then the cycle you want to compare...
Few seconds after, you have the listing of the changes in new and deletes...
Back to ArincDecoder.