Time Compression and altitude

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Time Compression and altitude

Post by Clifford3959 » Thu May 14, 2009 2:30 pm

Hi,

Hope someone can help. Why if you get to your cruising altitude and you start to compress the time to X8 or X16 the altitude keeps on going up and down all the time.

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Post by mel wilson » Thu May 14, 2009 2:42 pm

The difference between normal time and compressed time as you call it, is that during normal time, your alitude does change small amounts, but not that noticable, increase the time, and the small amounts become magnified, and more noticable. Nothing really changes, only your perception of them.

Speed over the ground is more noticable, also changes in alitiude are more noticable.

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Post by harkonnen » Thu Feb 04, 2010 8:35 am

Well, ...uh, ... thanks for clearing that up for us. :?
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Post by Haun » Sun Feb 07, 2010 5:12 pm

orlando wrote:A divisionally time-compressed subsample transmission and motion compensated reproduction system for a high definition color television signal, comprising a sending end including:

means for individually compressing time axes of luminance and chrominance signal components of a high definition color television picture signal by sampling said high definition color television picture signal at a clock rate phase-locked on aline synchronizing signal of said high definition color television picture signal whereby said time axes are compressed,

means for time-divisionally multiplexing the compressed time axes of said luminance and chrominance signal components, so as to obtain a time-divisionally compressed and multiplexed picture signal, means for subsampling said time-divisionallycompressed and multiplexed picture signal during predetermined plural fields, so as to obtain a picture signal conditioned for narrow band transmission, and

means for forming a control signal including a line synchronizing control signal having a polarity the same as a picture information signal of said high definition color television picture signal, so as to allow reproduction of a reproduced linesynchronizing signal phase-locked on the subsampled picture signal.
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Post by mel wilson » Sun Feb 07, 2010 5:14 pm

Haun.........

Not sure what is going on at the moment, but this guy links to 6 other recent members, I am soon to ban all 7 of them.

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Post by Haun » Sun Feb 07, 2010 5:19 pm

Weird. Spammers? Hackers? Flash backs of the Avsim hack.

Should we walk in quiet shoes?

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Post by mel wilson » Sun Feb 07, 2010 5:21 pm

Haun wrote:Weird. Spammers? Hackers? Flash backs of the Avsim hack.

Should we walk in quiet shoes?
:wink: I think so................
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