ROSE - NAV (ND)

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ROSE - NAV (ND)

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On Rose - NAV selected the weather and terrain overlay should display 180 degrees anterior to the aircraft.

Current presentation in ProSimA320 is to display the weather and terrain only within the 180 degrees circle which is incorrect.

Please see this video (captain side ND) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0uAuJ4B6to
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Re: ROSE - NAV (ND)

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Hi,

The weather radar points only forward. So on display where the aircraft is center on the map you won't see any weather behind (left side of the video). The FO is using another display mode where the aircraft is at the bottom of the screen so the full screen is showing weather but it's still forward of the aircraft.

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Tim wrote: 30 May 2021, 19:59 Hi,

The weather radar points only forward. So on display where the aircraft is center on the map you won't see any weather behind (left side of the video). The FO is using another display mode where the aircraft is at the bottom of the screen so the full screen is showing weather but it's still forward of the aircraft.

Cheers

Tim
Yes - on the FO side ND is depicted in ARC range mode - the terrain and weather patterns are depicted **inside** the ARC which is correct.

When you are in ROSE NAV mode terrain and weather patterns should also be outside the arc as shown in the video.
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Re: ROSE - NAV (ND)

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A good screenshot on how the weather should be depicted in ROSE mode.

Interestingly the weather is also shown 180 degrees behind the aircraft; perhaps it is dependant on model/radar hardware/etc. It would be interesting to know which one ProSim is planning to simulate.
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