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T-45C TS INav-04; ADV INav-02
Components and Characteristics of the Instrument Landing System (ILS)
(a) Remove advisory window by pressing REJ push-button
(b) Must execute missed approach
(3) ILS advisory window displayed and all steering needles,
and HSI center CDI courseline removed when no localizer
or glideslope signal is received
(a) Remove advisory window by pressing REJ push-button
(b) Must execute missed approach
f.
Marker Beacon Lights
Sg 5, fr 16-18
(1) Located on the front instrument panel in both cockpits
Fig 7: Marker Beacon Test
and Illumination Controls
(2) Lights flash blue, amber, and white as aircraft passes over
corresponding marker beacon transmitter
(3) VOR transmitter does not have to be selected ON
(4) Lights are considered advisory
(5) WARN/CAUT switch dims the marker beacon lights when
momentarily pressed
(6) Each marker beacon transmitter emits a unique modulated
frequency which is amplified by the marker beacon receiver
and then routed to pilot's headset as an aural tone.
Volume cannot be adjusted
(7) Testing the lights by placing the MASTER TEST SWITCH
to LIGHT TEST or by placing the VOR/ILS control panel
to TEST
Pilots should be aware of the following warnings
associated with the ILS approach system
Sg 5, fr 19
Fig 8: ILS Critical Area
Taxiway Position Markings
CAUTION: Vehicles and aircraft passing in close proximity
to the LOC and GS antennas can cause deviation in the
projection of the localizer and glideslope information.
Should you observe sudden or intermittent changes in
course information displayed on the ADI and HSI once
established on the FAC and not due to heading deviations,
inform ATC immediately and take appropriate action.
CAUTION: Do not taxi beyond the ILS Critical Area Hold
Short markers on the taxiways when the instrument runway
is active for ILS approaches without tower/ground control
clearance. Positioning your aircraft beyond the markers
during an approach could disrupt and affect the reliability of
the ILS guidance beacons.
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