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T-45C TS INav-02
Introduction to INav and Voice Procedures
CAUTION: Pilots should be aware that a
vehicular traffic not subject to ATC may
cause momentary deviation in ILS course
or glideslope signals. Also, critical areas
around the ILS equipment shielded
antennas are not protected at uncontrolled
airports or at airports with an operating
control tower when weather or visibility
conditions are above those requiring
protective measures.
C.
Range (position) Systems 2.9.4.6.5.3
The following systems are commonly used to identify
range (position) when flying an ILS/LOC approach
*
Marker beacons
*
Distance Measuring Equipment (DME)
*
Cross Radial
*
Compass Locator
The position of the aircraft on ILS/LOC approaches is
very important due to the precise nature of the approach,
lower minimums, and obstacle clearances associated
with them. The pilot relies on this information to execute
specific portions of the approach and for position in
relation to the glidepath
1.
Marker beacons
Sg 20, fr 23
Marker Beacons
a.
Low power transmitters (75 watts)
b.
Produces a signal in an elliptical pattern
Sg 20, fr 24
Marker Beacon Morse
(1) 1,000 ft above the antenna
and Color Codes
(2) 2,400 ft in width and 4,200 ft in length
c.
Elliptical pattern (fan pattern) placement is
centered and perpendicular to the FAC
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