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T-45C TS INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
NOTE: Standard Service Volume
limitations do not apply to published
IFR routes or procedures. (i.e., some
published routes may exceed these
limitations, they have been flight tested
and can be used with confidence).
6.
Identified by aural 3-letter Morse code repeating
every 35 seconds
7.
Neither transmits nor receives voice communications
8.
Cone of Confusion - A “cone of confusion” where
Sg 8, fr 4
TACAN azimuth information is not available, exists
VOR/TACAN
over TACAN stations. The “cone” varies from 60 to
Cones of Confusion
110 wide. TACAN DME and I.D. signal will be
received and station passage will be noted by
minimum DME. Although narrow at low altitudes,
this “cone” expands to about 18 nm across at
30,000 ft. Because of the size of the TACAN “cone
of confusion,” TACAN holding patterns will always
be established using DME
B.
VOR
1.
Unaffected by weather
2.
360 radials emitted from station
3.
Provides magnetic radial
4.
Operates in the VHF band (108.0-117.95 MHz) - 59
available frequencies
5.
Limitations
a.
Line of sight
b.
Standard Service Volume (SSV)
NOTE: SSV defines the reception limits of
unrestricted NAVAIDs which are usable for
random/unpublished route navigation.
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