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FOR BETTER VIEW OPEN THIS PPT. IN POWER POINT2010. SUMMER TRAINING PPT. ON VHF, NAV-AIDS, SURVELLIANCE AT AAI

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    • TRAINING SEMINAR ON NAVIGATIONAL AIDS AT AIRPORT AUTHORITY OFSUBMITTED TO: INDIA SUBMITTEDProf. S. S. BY:Shekhawat Akshay Kumar ID-09EJCEC010
    • AAI:PORTFOLIOWorks under Ministry of CivilAviation(MOCA) Construction andIt Air Traffic provides: development Services of airports and air routes ATM CNS
    • SURVEILLANCE CNS NAVIGATIONALCOMMUNICATION AIDS
    • COMMUNICATIONWays to Communicate at AAI: Voice Data VHF AFTN HF AMHS
    • NAVIGATIONAL-AIDSART of determining the position of anaircraft over earths surface and guiding itsprogress from one place to anotherNav-Aids used by AAI: Sat. NDB VOR DME ILS Nav.
    • NDB: Non DirectionalBeacon relative Provides bearing to the aircraft w.r.t. direction of NDB N equipment irrespective of aircraft heading W Used by aircraft to E help obtain a fix of their geographic NDB location on the surface S of the Earth Most commonly used as "locators" for an instrument landing
    • VOR: VHF Omni Range A standard ICAO ground based radio navigational aid. Type of short-range radio navigation system for aircraft Enable the aircraft to determine their position and stay on course by receiving radio signals transmitted by a network of fixed ground radio beacons, with a receiver unit. Transmits 30 Hz reference and a variable
    • CDI DEVIATION N 360°OBS = 360 VOR/DME 180°
    • TO N360° VOR/DME 180° Course OBS = 30
    • TO N360° VOR/DME 180° Course OBS = 30
    • DME: DISTANCEMEASURINGEQUIPMENTS System combining Ground Based and Airborne Equipment to measure the distance of the aircraft from a ground station Provides slant distance of the aircraft from the ground equipment/
    • ILS: INSTRUMENTLANDING SYSTEM Guides the aircraft as to where to land on the runway System comprises Glide Localiz of three parts: Marker er Scope LLZ BLDG RunwayAIRCRAFT threshold 3500ft 200 ft 4 NM LLZ ANT RUN WAY OM MM 1000ft 450ft 1000 GP & DME GP to ANTENNA 1500ft
    • LOCALIZER
    • GLIDE SCOPE
    • MARKEROuter Marker : OMMiddle Marker : MMInner Marker : IMIM MM OM
    • MARKEROuter Marker : OMMiddle Marker : MMInner Marker : IMIM MM OM
    • MARKEROuter Marker : OMMiddle Marker : MMInner Marker : IMIM MM OM
    • ILS PERFORMANCECATEGORIES Operati ons Decision Height CAT I Above 60m CAT II Between 30 to 60m CAT IIIA CAT IIIB Lower than 30m CAT IIIC Lower than 15m No Decision
    • SATELLITENAVIGATION Satellite-based augmentation systems (SBAS), such as GAGAN, WAAS, EGNOS and MSAS, complement existing global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) SBAS compensate for certain disadvantages of GNSS in terms of accuracy, integrity, continuity and availability Based on the transmission of differential corrections and integrity messages for navigation satellites that are within sight of a