Richard H. McFarland and David Quinet

Peer Reviewed

Abstract: A review of the new Instrument Landing System (ILS) currently being deployed by the Federal Aviation Administration for use by pilots in making very low visibility landings is presented. The Mark-20, as it is designated, is compatible with all present ILS receiving equipment and is intended principally as an upgrade to replace the first solid-state transmitting equipment, which was typically placed in service approximately 25 years ago. New features such as remote control provisions and the novel components to accomplish this control are described.
Published in: NAVIGATION: Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 42, Number 4
Pages: 651 - 662
Cite this article: McFarland, Richard H., Quinet, David, "CAPABILITIES OF THE NEW ILS", NAVIGATION: Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 42, No. 4, Winter 1995-1996, pp. 651-662.
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