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9 - 14 kHz

Hyperbolisch plaatsbepalingssysteem mbv aardse zenders. Deze band werd gebruikt door Omega. Dit systeem is door de opkomst van satellietnavigatie (GPS) overbodig geworden en gesloten op 30 september 1997. Hyperbolisch plaatsbepalingssysteem voor de lange afstand (LORANC). Non directional radiobakens (NDB, incl. locator). Frequentieband van het verouderde en gesloten hyperbolische radioplaatsbepalingssysteem LORAN-A. ILS marker beacon system. En-route marker beacon system "Z". ILS LOC localiser van het Instrument Landingssysteem. Terminal omnidirectional radio range system (TVOR). En-route omnidirectional radio range system (VOR). Instrument landingssysteem ILS glide path (glijpad). DME, afstandsbepaling. Secondary Surveillance System (SSR) op 1030 en 1090 MHz. Airborn collision avoidance system (ACAS) op 1030 en 1090 MHz. Microwave Landing System (MLS).

90 - 130 kHz 255 - 495 kHz 505 - 1606,5 kHz 1850 - 2000 kHz 74,8 - 75,2 MHz 108 - 117,975 MHz 328,6 - 335,4 MHz 960 - 1215 MHz 5030 - 5150 MHz


ADF Automatic Direction Finder. An aircraft radio navigation which senses and indicates the direct DME Distance Measuring Equipment. Ground and aircraft equipment which provide distance infor EAT Estimated Approach Time EFIS Electronic Flight Instrument System , in which multi-function CRT displays replace traditiona

called " glass cockpit ". ETA Estimated Time of Arrival GPS Global Positioning System . A navigation system based on the transmission of signals from sat aviation users. HDG Heading. The direction in which an aircraft's nose points in flight in the horizontal plane, expr HSI Horizontal Situation Indicator. A cockpit navigation display, usually part of a flight-director sy IFR Instrument Flight Rule . prescribed for the operation of aircraft in instrument meteorological co ILS Instrument Landing System . consists of the localizer, the glideslope and marker radio beacons INS Inertial Navigation System. It uses gyroscopes and other electronic tracking systems to detect a accuracy, however, declines on long flights. Also called IRS, or Inertial Reference System. KNOT (kt) Standard Unit of speed in aviation and marine transportation, equivalent to one nautic feet or 1.1515 miles. One knot is equal to one nautical mile per one hour. LORAN C Long Range Navigation is a Long-Range low frequency Radio Navigation. Its range is MAGNETIC COURSE Horizontal direction, measured in degrees clockwise from the magnet MACH NUMBER Ratio of true airspeed to the speed of sound. Mach 1 is the speed of sound at NDB Non-Directional Beacon. A medium frequency navigational aid which transmits non-direction RMI Radio Magnetic Indicator. A navigation aid which combines DI ,VOR and /or ADF display an RNAV Area Navigation. A system of radio navigation which permits direct point-to-point off-airw termed waypoints. TACAN TACtical Air Navigation. Combines VOR and DME and used by military aircraft only.Sy from the ground station we have tuned into. TCAS Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System. Radar based airborne collision avoidance sys advisories only. TCAS-II provides advisories and collision avoidance instructions in the vertical plan TRANSPONDER Airborne receiver / transmitter which receives the interrogation signal from th wre used for identification, using a four digit number allocated by air traffic control. Mode C gives au VFR Visual Flight Rules. Rules applicable to flights in visual meteorological conditions. VHF Very High Frequency. Radio frequency in the 30-300 Mhz band, used for most civil air to gro VOR Very High Frequency Omnidirectional Range. A radio navigation aid operating in the 108-11 degrees. The aircraft's VOR receiver enables a pilot to identify his radial or bearing From/To the grou VORTAC A special VOR which combines VOR and DME for civil and military used . System pr into.