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T-45C ADV INav-03
INav Review
LESSON NOTES
If you feel it necessary to again show the graphic depicting
VOR/TACAN Cones of Confusion, call up Seg 3/frame 6.
3.
VOR/DME
NOTE: The acronym VORTAC describes a facility
in which a VOR and a TACAN station are collocated.
Operating characteristics are the same as VOR/
DME.
a.
Same as VOR plus DME information
b.
Both VOR frequency and TACAN channel must
be tuned (T-45C)
D. GPS and INS theory and operating characteristics
Sg 4, fr 5: Introduction to INav
Organization
1.
GPS 2.1.12.1.1.1.1
INTRODUCTION to INAV
a.
THEORY: GPS is a 24+ satellite-based
*
Responsibilities of ATC
facilities
navigation, positioning, and time transfer
*
Clearances
system. GPS satellites transmit identity,
*
TACAN/VOR characteristics
calibration, and time signals. Aircraft use
*
GPS/INS characteristics
passive receivers to process that satellite data.
*
ILS characteristics
Triangulation and sensed aircraft flight path
angles are used to compute aircraft position.
Sg 4, fr 6: Global Positioning
System (GPS)
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).
b.
GPS Standard Position Service (SPS) has 100
meters horizontal positioning accuracy with a
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