Components and Characteristics of the Instrument Landing System (ILS)
T-45A UJPT & E2-C2 INav-04
13. The ________ _________ is a low power navigation beacon used as the
OM or MM and operates in the ______ frequency range. This NAVAID is
not available in the T-45A.
14. Sequenced running lights are known also as ________ lights. These
lights are associated with the ________ _______ system.
15. Runway centerline lights and touchdown zone lights are in a category of
lights known as __-______ lights. Centerline lights are white until the last
_______ ft of runway and ______ & ______ to _______ ft from the end of
the runway and ________ for the last ________ ft.
16. REILs are installed at ends of runways to provide _______ and _______
identification of the _________ end of a particular runway.
17. Runway edge lights are normally white except on runways that are
designated "___________" runways where ________ lights replace the
white lights for the last ________ ft of the runway or half the runway
length, whichever is less, to form a __________ zone.
18. The ________ and ________ runway lights are variable in intensity which
may be increased or decreased at the pilot's request to the controlling
agency or, at some airports, by keying his _______ radio on a preset
19. ILS/LOC frequencies are tuned on the _______ control panel. ILS/LOC
frequencies can be identified by those ending with _______ decimals
between 108.10 and 111.95. The coded identifier is a ______ letter
identifier beginning with the letter "__."
20. The NAV/COMM control transfer panel controls which cockpit has
navigation and communication control of the radios. It also dictates and
identifies which navigation radio information is displayed on the _______
by the illumination of the ____/____ or the _____ letters on the indicator.
21. To receive DME on an ILS approach where the DME feature is not
coupled with the ILS VHF frequency, the pilot will have to tune the
_______ on the ________ ______ ________ manually.
22. If an ILS approach is tuned and the aircraft is within the sensing range of
the beams produced by the shielded antennas, the ADI _______ and
________ warning flags will be out of view.
23. If an ILS approach frequency is tuned, the HSI has been selected for ILS,
and the aircraft is outside the sensing range of the beams produced by
the shielded antennas, the HSI CDI will be _________ and the GS flag
will be _______ view.
24. Marker beacon lights and tone circuits are checked by placing the
_______ _______ ______ to _______ or ________.