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RSBN stations amended version 3
PostPosted: Thu Oct 24, 2013 16:36 Reply with quote
WalterLeo
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Hi friends

Ver 3 of the amended RSBN stations is out. Now the corresponding data file ncalcdb for NCALC 5.1.1 is also included. The bugs of misplaced stations have been corrected.

RSBN for Tu-154 Vers 3 10 2013.zip - 250 KB

RSBN for Tu-104,124,134 and IL 62 Ver 3 10 2013.zip - 195 KB


Please take care not to mix up the RSBN datafiles for Tu-154s and the other airplanes as they dont work in the other airplanes and vice versa due to their different form of geografical notation.
The ncalcdb file is for both the same.
Those of us who fly over CIS territory will note, that some stations there had been replaced by some new stations. The reason was, that only 250 stations were possible. Therefore save the original datafiles as the new ones will overwrite them. The ncalcdb includes also all the old stations.

Enjoy!

Walter


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Thank you Walter!
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PostPosted: Sat Mar 08, 2014 18:25 Reply with quote
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Walter,

Are there any en-route charts available that you are aware of which depict RSBN stations?

I have a beautiful Russian AIP, but there are no RSBN stations (maybe because they are used for mil. ops only?...)

Thanks,
Ulf


Hi ULF: Use the below attached Excel file as list of RSBN stations with their coordinates channels and names. NCALC has the list of the RSBN stations already included.
The flightplaning with NCALC gives you the available stations and the navigational datas to use them. As RSBN can be used like TACAN for not flying station to station a chart is not so important.
Most RSBN stations were located at airports. But in sowjet times it was a state secret which was not shared even with the airforces of socialist states.
An already amended NCALC 5 with all stations including my new ones you can find here:



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Thanks for your reply.

I just now realized you replied to my question since you edited the answer into my post. Дразнящий
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RSBN files now available on AVSIM.SU
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Hi friends:

As PT-fileshare is defunct I am uploading the most important of my files to AVSIM.SU.


RSBN stations:

Tu-154B2 and Tu-154M and Tu-154B2 FSX:

http://www.avsimrus.com/f/fs2004-sceneries-44/amended-rsbn-stations-for-tu-154s-fs9-and-fsx-54909.html?action=download&hl=

Tu-104, Tu-124, Tu-134 and IL-62M:

http://www.avsimrus.com/f/fs2004-sceneries-44/amended-rsbn-stations-for-tu-104tu-114-tu124-tu-134-and-il-62-54919.html?action=download&hl=

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Thank you Walter!! Хорошо
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Might be a stupid question, but is there any information on where these fictional RSBN stations might be located and how to plan them into your navigation?

In my real life schedules includes interflug flights from Moscow to Dresen, Leipzig and Berlin. So it would be helpful with the Tu-134 to use it instead of relying on NAS-1 dead reckoning system which needs to correct once in a while. Unfortunately same with the NVU.
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Tushka154

Unless I misunerstand your question, then yhere's a word document with a list of all the stations and their location as well as an Ncalc database with all those stations for your calculations.

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NCALC and RSBN stations
PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2014 10:12 Reply with quote
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Tushka154

Hi:

Please use the downloads at AVSIMrus.com see my post of 17th of october.

I have delete the attachment to my post of 8th of march as there is now a complete download available.

Please check the word file "RSBN_DAT_Liste Atlantic Crossing Tu 104" (for Tu-104,124 134 IL 62) which comes with the download of the amended RSBN stations. Same with the Tu-154s stations. See chapter 6 of that files.

As flight planing using NAS, NVU or RSBN should always be done by NCALC one can find the nearby stations to your waypoints via NCALC pressing "choose station". The values which should go into your RSBN set can be found on the printout of RSBN. Same holds also for the VORs. For simply checking an overflight or distance of a waypoint and correct the NAS or NVU system by hand one can use also VORs. These are also in the database of NCALC.
For more see my example flight MMMX-MMUN with Tu-154M:

http://www.avsimrus.com/f/obuchayushie-materiali-109/exampleflight-tu-154m-mmmx-mmun-54916.html?action=download&hl=

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PostPosted: Sun Oct 19, 2014 14:08 Reply with quote
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Tushka,

I made a KMZ file for view in google Earth the position of all RSBN stations (stock PT stations and Walter Stations).

I will search in my file system...in order to share the file.
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I was told, that the RSBN stations in the USSR were a strict miltary secret. Their position and frequencies were not given even to their military partners of the NVA of the GDR. But the crews of flights in the Tu-154 and IL-62 over the USSR had the US NOS maps were all airports are visible. As RSBN has only 49 chanels it was easy to find the station, location and chanel paired to the airports within reach. In that way the crews created their own lists of RSBN-stations.

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