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What is Digital Flight Data Recorder?

What is Digital Flight Data Recorder?

A flight data recorder is a system designed to collect and record data from a variety of sensors. These sensors are mounted throughout the aircraft structure picking up data from appliances- components and co-dependent systems that tell their story of how they were configured- and being used during the time before- and at the time of an accident. All of this data is collected and stored digitally within a reflective- fluorescent yellow or orange crash-proof container.
DFDR with reference to a timescale should record altitude, airspeed, heading, acceleration, pitch and roll attitude, radio transmission keying, thrust or power on each engine, configuration of lift and drag devices, air temperature, use of automatic flight systems and angle of attack.

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