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T-45C TS INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
(c) Identified by a coded audio tone (four
dots) and a flashing white cockpit
marker beacon light
(4) Back Course
(a) A back course marker beacon (BC)
normally indicates a LOC BC final
approach fix where the approach
glideslope is intercepted and the
descent is commenced
(b) Identified by a coded audio tone (two
dots) and a flashing white cockpit
marker light
e.
Marker beacon tones
(1) Marker beacons emit specific coded tones,
at different pitches, which the pilot of an
ILS/LOC equipped aircraft can monitor
when on the final approach course
(2) In the T-45C, marker beacon tones may be
monitored by placing the “MKR” switch on
the communications control panel to the
“ON” position
(3) MKR audio tone volume in the T-45C is
preset and cannot be controlled by the
RCVR volume control knob on the
communication control panel
2.
Distance measuring equipment (DME)
Sg 20, fr 26
ILS With DME
a.
When DME is automatically coupled to the ILS
frequency and specified in the approach
procedure (T-45C does not have an automatic
DME coupling capability); or when DME is
shown on the ILS approach plate and the
associated TACAN/VORTAC channel can be
manually set; then, DME may be used:
(1) In lieu of the OM
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