I. G. Stiglitiz, J. E. Evans, D. Karp, R. LaFrey and R. J. McAulay

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Abstract: The Precision Altitude and Landing Monitor (PALM) is intended to provide accurate stand-alone three-dimensional position data for aircraft equipped with standard beacon transponders using ground equipment designed for low life cycle cost. The PALM program, to the present time, has focussed on an experimental evaluation of the accuracy of elevation measurements. The results of these measurements have successfully validated the theoretical prediction of a 1-mrad (0.06”) elevation accuracy at low elevation angles.
Published in: NAVIGATION: Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 23, Number 3
Pages: 257 - 261
Cite this article: Stiglitiz, I. G., Evans, J. E., Karp, D., LaFrey, R., McAulay, R. J., "PALM-A SYSTEM FOR PRECISE AIRCRAFT LOCATION", NAVIGATION: Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 23, No. 3, Fall 1976, pp. 257-261.
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