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T-45C ADV INav-03
INav Review
E. Instrument Landing System (ILS) function and equipment
Sg 5, fr 8: Introduction to INav
Organization
NOTE: The ILS approach system is made up of three
INTRODUCTION to INAV
functional components: guidance systems, range
*
Responsibilities of ATC
systems, and the visual systems. This lesson discusses
facilities
each of the systems in detail.
*
Clearances
*
TACAN/VOR characteristics
1.
ILS characteristics 2.9.4.6.5
*
GPS/INS characteristics
*
ILS characteristics
a.
ILS provides cockpit indications for final
approach course and glidepath
Fig 2: FAA Instrument
Landing System (ILS)
b.
ILS (with glideslope) is categorized as a
precision approach system
Sg 5, fr 9: Basic ILS Layout
2.
Guidance Systems--the guidance system of the ILS
is made up of two parts, the localizer transmitter
(azimuth information) and the glideslope transmitter
(glidepath information)
a.
Localizer: azimuth beacon transmitter
2.9.4.6.5.1
(1) Provides precise horizontal (course)
guidance information to the runway
centerline by way of a navigational beacon
to localizer-equipped aircraft within the
sensing area of the localizer beacon signal
(2) Beam is produced by two overlapping
modulated frequencies
(3) Signal acquisition and off-course
indications are 10 degrees either side of the
course along a radius of 18 nm from the
antenna and 35 degrees either side of the
course along a radius of 10 nm from the
(2-02) Original
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