The instruction to set the transponder code for the first time is expressed with a very simple phrase, the word squawk followed by the appropriate code shall be transmitted.
Please find SSR transponder related phraseology below:
|Set the transponder code "1234"
|Reset squawk "1234"
|Reset the previously issued code "1234"
|Turn on the function IDENT
|Squawk standby (STBY)
|Operate your transponder in the standby mode
|Confirm your squawk, read your squawk
|Turn off the transponder
|Change the transponder mode to Alpha/Charlie/sierra
|Squawk 7000 in most European countries
Squawk 1200 in North America
|Set the emergency code 7700 on your transponder
ICAO Doc 4444
12.4.3 Secondary surveillance radar (SSR) and ADS-B phraseologies
220.127.116.11 To request the pilot to reselect the assigned mode and code
b) RESETTING (mode) (code).
* Denotes pilot transmission.
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