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T-45C TS INav-04; ADV INav-02
Components and Characteristics of the Instrument Landing System (ILS)
HIRLs and MIRLs are variable in intensity whereas LIRLs
normally have only one intensity setting
Pilots may request approach control to vary intensity of the
lights to help identify runway when ground lights make it
difficult to pick out. Some airports have lights controlled
from the air by the pilot by keying his VHF radio
IV. ILS Controls and Instruments 2.9.4.6.3, 2.9.4.6.2.1
A. Controls
Sg 5, fr 2-6
Fig 5: ILS Controls &
1. Communication Control Panel
Instruments
2. TACAN Control Panel
3. VOR Control Panel
B. Instruments
Fig 6: ILS Navigation
Instruments
1. ADI
2. HSI
3. Marker Beacon Lights
C. Procedure
Sg 5, fr 7-11
1. Controls:
ILS Controls and
Instruments
a. Check HSI FWD/AFT option on the HSI display, and COMM1
and COMM 2 are selected for the desired cockpit (FWD or
AFT)
b. Tune ILS approach frequencies on VOR Control Panel
(1) ILS operates on odd decimal frequencies (108.10 to
111.95)
(2) VOR operates on even frequencies (108.0 to 111.85 and all
112.00 to 117.95)
c.
Select VOR to the ON position on Communication Control
Panel for localizer audio identifier signal
NOTE: Remember an ILS/LOC frequency always has a four
letter identifier beginning with the letter “I”
d. Adjust volume by twisting the RCVR knob on the
Communication Control Panel
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