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T-45C TS INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
8.
DGRO mode allows a pilot to enter a magnetic
heading. That heading is automatically refined
(corrected) as long as the system has a valid GPS
satellite connection
NOTE: If GPS is not available, the T-45C will
continue to use the pilot-set heading, not
attempting to refine it.
9.
The T-45C does not directly “sense” magnetic
heading. Instead, the GPS calculates true north,
applies an earth-model algorithm to derive magnetic
north, then, orients the INS
V.
Instrument Landing System (ILS) function and equipment
Sg 20, fr 8
Lesson Organization
NOTE: The ILS approach system is made up of three
functional component; guidance systems, range systems,
Fig 2: FAA
and the visual systems. This lesson discusses each of the
Instrument Landing
systems in detail.
System (ILS)
A.
ILS characteristics 2.9.4.6.5
Sg 20, fr 9
High ILS Approach
1.
T-45C is fully equipped and capable to fly ILS
Plate (Plan View)
2.
ILS provides cockpit indications for final approach
Sg 20, fr 10
course and glidepath
Basic ILS Layout
3.
ILS (with glideslope) is categorized as a precision
approach system
4.
Some ILS installations also provide a back course
localizer-only, non-precision approach capability
5.
ILS localizer and glideslope beams may be distorted
by vehicles or aircraft transiting close to an ILS
runway. At civilian airports:
a.
Normal taxiway markings denote hold-short
spots that assure non-blockage of associated
Runway Safety Area, coincidental with the edge
of the Obstacle Free Zone (OFZ)
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