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T-45C TS INav-04; ADV INav-02
Components and Characteristics of the Instrument Landing System (ILS)
At fields where no authority exists, such as a tower or
ground control, remain behind the critical area hold short
line if an approach is known to be in progress.
CAUTION: Invalid (phantom) glideslope signals can be
inadvertently projected in the area of the glideslope beam
and in an area behind the antenna (back course).
Do not accept a glideslope indication as valid when you are
not on a published portion of the approach and at an
altitude and position where you anticipate intercepting the
glideslope.
REVIEW QUESTIONS
1. The ILS system is made up of three parts. Those parts are the________
systems, the _________ systems, and the _________ systems.
2. The _________ system is made up of _______ elements, the
___________ and the ___________ transmitters. The __________
provides azimuth information, ________ guidance and the __________
provides glideslope information, ________ guidance.
3. The localizer provides course guidance to 35 degrees out to _______ nm
and to 10 degrees out to ________nm . The addition of a _________
to a localizer approach reclassifies the approach from a __________ to a
___________ approach.
4. The standard ILS __________ beam angle is _______ to _______
degrees.
5. The definition of “glidepath” is that portion of the ________ reference
signal that intersects the localizer on an _________ approach or is
provided by ________ when established on the FAC of a PAR approach.
6. The ________ system is a component of the ILS/LOC approach system
and is used to determine “position” along the FAC. The systems are the
following: _________, _________, __________, and ___________.
7. The _________ are the most common and are _______ _______
transmitters that produce an _________ pattern that is placed so that it is
__________ to and centered on the FAC of an ILS/LOC approach.
8. The _______ is the _________ associated with the DH of a single-piloted
Navy aircraft and is placed so that it crosses the FAC glidepath at
approximately 200 ft AGL.
9. The ______ is associated with a blue _____ _____ light in the cockpit.
The ______ is associated with ______ and the _______ is associated
with a white light indication in the cockpit.
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