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T-45C TS INav 03; ADV INav-01
Use and Operation of TACAN, VOR, VOR/DME
PRESENTATION
I.
Operating characteristics of TACAN and VOR 2.7.5.1.1.2
Sg 11, fr 3-5
Fig 1: Operating
NOTE: This section is provided to give you additional information on the
Characteristics of TACAN
Operating Characteristics Table.
and VOR
A. TACAN
1. Unaffected by weather
2. 360 magnetic radials emitted from station
3. Operates in UHF (L band)
a. 252 channels
(1) X-mode incorporates 126 channels
(2) Y-mode incorporates 126 channels
b. 1025-1150 MHz (1 MHz intervals)
NOTE: Frequency not necessarily tied to channel number, tune
by channel, not frequency.
4. Information provided
a. Continuous slant range distance from aircraft to station (DME)
in nautical miles
b. Magnetic bearing from station
5. Limitations
a. Line of sight
b. DME to 999 nm (display limitation)
c.
Standard Service Volume (SSV)
NOTE: SSV defines the interference free reception limits of
Fig 2: Standard Service
unrestricted NAVAIDs which are usable for random/unpublished
Volume (SSV)
route navigation. Reception may be possible beyond (T), (L)
and (H) reception ranges; however, interference from other
stations on the same frequency may cause adjacent channel
interference.
NOTE: All elevations are with respect to the stations site
elevation (AGL).
(2-02) Original
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