5-2-13. STANDBY OPERATION

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  • 5-2-13. STANDBY OPERATION

    You may instruct an aircraft operating on an assigned code to change transponder/ADS-B to “standby” position:

    1. When approximately 15 miles from its destination and you no longer desire operation of the transponder/ADS-B; or
    2. When necessary to reduce clutter in a multi−target area, provided you instruct the pilot to return the transponder/ADS−B to “normal” position as soon as possible thereafter.
    • PHRASEOLOGY
    • SQUAWK STANDBY,
    • or
    • SQUAWK NORMAL.
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