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T-45C TS INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
(2) VOR/DME: possible, depending upon
facilities
e.
Errors
Sg 8, fr 6
TACAN 40 Degree
(1) TACAN: locks on in increments of 40
Lock-on Error
degrees from actual bearing
(2) VOR/DME: N/A
IV.
GPS and INS theory and operating characteristics
Sg 9, fr 5
Lesson Organization
A.
GPS 2.1.10.1.1.1.1.
1.
THEORY: GPS is a 24+ satellite-based navigation,
Sg 9, fr 6
positioning, and time transfer system. GPS satellites
Global Positioning
transmit identity, calibration, and time signals. Aircraft
System (GPS)
use passive receivers to process that satellite data.
Triangulation and sensed aircraft flight path angles are
used to compute aircraft position. Altitude can also be
extrapolated using GPS signals
NOTE: The T-45C does not use GPS to generate
cockpit altitude information. The T-45C GPS and
INS are linked together in the Global Positioning
System/Inertial Navigation Assembly (GINA).
2.
GPS receivers process satellite signal time-delay
measurements to determine satellite-to-aircraft
range
3.
U.S. GPS system is operated by DoD from Falcon
AFS, CO and some overseas backup sites
4.
GPS can serve an unlimited number of properly
equipped users, worldwide
5.
GPS signal strength is reduced somewhat by heavy
weather, but not enough to interfere with data
reception
6.
The U.S. GPS was certified as having initial
operational capability (IOC) in Dec 93. Was partially
functional during Desert Storm (1991), and earlier
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