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INSTRUMENT FLIGHT RULES WORKBOOK
CHAPTER ONE
Magnetic North
Signals are in Phase at Magnetic
North and Vary Elsewhere Around
0
the Station.
315
45
90
270
225
135
Variable
180
Phase
Signal
Reference
Phase
Signal
Figure 1-4 VOR Signal Phase Angle Relationship
104. INSTRUMENT LANDING SYSTEM (ILS)
The ILS is designed to provide an approach path for exact alignment and descent of an aircraft
on final approach to a runway. The ground equipment consists of two highly directional
transmitting systems and, along the approach, three (or fewer) marker beacons. The directional
transmitters are known as the localizer and glideslope transmitters.
The system may be divided functionally into three parts:
1.
Guidance information: localizer and glideslope;
2.
Range information: marker beacon and DME;
INTRODUCTION TO AIRBORNE NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATIONS
EQUIPMENT AND PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION 1-7


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