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About FrederikS

  • Birthday 12/13/1984

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    Flightsim, Datalink Communication Systems (ACARS, CPDLC etc.), Medicine

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  1. Experienced the same at KORD today! Frederik
  2. I'm glad to see you like this . I am planning on supplying a dll to "ground parties" (e.g. IVAO or VATSIM but also VAs) enabeling them to develope their own clients (ATSUs or in the case of a VA e.g. a flight planning software or a T/O performance calculation software) for communication via the ACARS network. Frederik
  3. That's what I'm aiming at.... :Nerd: Frederik
  4. The GUI (the MFD) is written in C#. The CMU was originally written in C# to but due to anticipated compatibility issues with FSX was rewritten in C++. The DSP (WCF service) is written in C# and so will be the dll that enables ground parties to communicate of the with acfts. Frederik
  5. As I said: What you see is just a GUI to test the underlying dll which acts as a CMU. The "CMU" again communicates with a WCF service which acts as a DSP (Datalink Service Provider) and so on. So, it is not possible to implement the GUI with FSX...BUT...the dll acting as a CMU can be accessed from within FSX. Frederik
  6. A little of topic but maybe of some interested for some guy's around here. [media=] [/media] This is a very, very, very, very early demo of a B777 MFD Comm testbed for a CMU (Communication Management Unit) I developed. Since it is in a very early stage of developement many of the functions are not yet available. The purpose of the project is do demonstrate the feasibility of an advanced communication environment for FSX. I am planning of giving regular updates, but since I have a very time consuming real-life job don't expect an update every week. I'll be very happy to answer any of your questions. @PMDG: Feel free to delete if you do not want these kind of posts in your forum. Frederik
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    777 EFB

    As Ryan said the EFB was kinda superseded by datalink delivery of performance data. So, I think that a good implementation of ACARS would add much more realism to the sim.Freddy
  8. Airbus:A310-300 (Hapag-Lloyd)A319 (British Airways)A320 (British Airways)A380 (Singapore Airlines)Boeing:B737-300 (Lufthansa)B737-700 (Air Berlin, Hapag-Lloyd Express)B737-800 (Ryanair)B767-300ER (British Airways)B747-400 (British Airways, Singapore Airlines)B777-200 (British Airways)B777-300ER (Singapore Airlines)Bombardier:CRJ900 (Lufthansa)GA Planes:Britten-Norman BN-2 IslanderFrederik
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