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VoxATC Deluxe (Review)
Computer Pilot (2006)
  • David Ison
Abstract
Realistic flight simulation is not complete without the presence of air traffic control communication. I often feel guilty, or as though I am "getting away" with something, when flying out of an airport like Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson and not uttering a word. Obviously, in the real world, the frequencies would be abuzz. In an effort to make simulation more realistic. generic air traffic control chatter was added to Microsoft and X-Plane. Microsoft has gone as far as adding an interface, but one thing was missing: the requirement of a pilot to actually talk. This deficiency has been tackled by RC Simulations' VoxATC Deluxe software.
Keywords
  • Flight simulation,
  • simulated air traffic control,
  • flight simulation software,
  • VoxATC
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Publication Date
January, 2006
Publisher Statement
This journal also known as Computer Pilot Magazine.
Citation Information
David Ison. "VoxATC Deluxe (Review)" Computer Pilot Vol. 10 Iss. 1 (2006) p. 48 - 50 ISSN: 1324-7336
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/david_c_ison/112/