TCAS and Traffic show standard of measurement Version 2.0. Created by: Dietmar Loleit E-Mail: dloleitatt-online.de Oct 2010 This TCAS and Traffic showing standard of measurement Version 2.0 includes important improvements from V1.0. It has been developed for the flightsim X Flight Simulator SP1/2 also. It should as well wreak with Acceleration.The functionality for the TCAS contribution is based on universal glasses for commercial aircrafts. It does not render in detail the purpose for a particular aircraft model. It is a generic gauge, and can be childlike added to any aircraft as a standalone popup window. In gain the approximate provides a AI traffic exhibit in the ranges of 10,20, and 40 miles.Within this exhibit mode, no TCAS rules are valid, which way all AI aircraft are displayed sovereign of any altitude or distance. Improvements in V2.0 are: 1: wide-cut TCAS and traffic exhibit capacity is provided fifty-fifty although your aircraft is on the ground. exclusively the set off of the alarm/warn sound and the blinking lamp display willbe blocked. 2: An AI HDG pointer will be displayed. It shows in which direction the AI is moving. 3: A bearing pointer has been introduced. It allows the pilot to point to a specific AI.4: The AI additional text info display follows the structure of an ATC text.5:The AI additional text can be selected individually per AI with a mouse click. 6: Each AI display contains a ID index number (0 20).7: The design of the TCAS and Traffic Display Box has been updated.8: Increased the number of AIs displayed on the screen in display mode. For installation and functional description look at the doc inside the ZIp. CREDIT goes to : Stefan Schneider for his support on special XML issues and TCAS functionality. Bob Familton for his review of the documentation and testing for SP1 FSX. Doug Dawson for his dsd-XML-sound interface in order to generate the sounds.
I downloaded it - Read the Install PDF Manual too - looks like a lotta, lotta "Manual" Editing of "Aircraft CFG Files" to make this thing work ! just so those of you Simmers out there know before hand, better really know what your doing when it comes to Editing your Aircraft CFG Files !