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Introduction To This Tutorial

In that tutorial, I’m going to explain in details, the important things to take in account for building an ese file. The complete ese file can be downloaded at http://www.vacc-morocco.org/Tutorial_GMMM.ese if you want to try it with EuroScope.


The Moroccan Fir

The Moroccan FIR is composed of five FIRs, here described below with their respective frequencies. I’ve chosen this FIR, not only because I know it very well but mainly because of its composition which makes it a good example for a tutorial.

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So we’ll define the controller positions as following:

GMMM_CTR:CASABLANCA CONTROL:125.500:GMC:C:GMMM:CTR:-:-:4201:4277
GMMN_CTR:CASABLANCA CONTROL NORTH:125.600:GMMMN:C:GMMN:CTR:-:-:4201:4277
GMMM_CTR:CASABLANCA CONTROL EAST:125.100:GMMME:C:GMME:CTR:-:-:4201:4277
GMMM_CTR:CASASABLANCA CONTROL WEST:128.800:GMMMW:C:GMMW:CTR:-:-:4201:4277
GMMM_CTR:CASASABLANCA CONTROL SOUTH:126.700:GMMMS:C:GMMS:CTR:-:-:4201:4277
GMMM_CTR:CASABLANCA CONTROL OCEANIC:124.500:GMMMO:C:GMMO:CTR:-:-:4201:4277

As you can see, we have five FIRs and six lines in the POSITIONS for Casablanca. This is because, on VATSIM, there are generally not enough controllers on line to man the five positions, and so Casablanca Control is controlling the five FIRs together. In that case, it’s the first line with the 125.500 frequency which is used.


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