Siegbert B. Poritzky

Peer Reviewed

Abstract: THIS PAPER DISCUSSES the electronic navigation systems likely to be found on airline aircraft in the first supersonic era. The trend is toward self-contained navigation systems, probably inertial, for primary navigation. The existing ICAO ground navigation systems will meet any remaining requirements for longrange navigation; VOR/DME and instrument landing will do the job at the-terminai ends. The paper deals with the need for back-up station-referenced aids to supplement selfcontained navigation systems and reviews the factors which bear on such requirements. The paper deals briefly with all-weather operations requirements and the validity of analytical methods in the development of separation standards.
Published in: NAVIGATION: Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 15, Number 2
Pages: 169 - 174
Cite this article: Poritzky, Siegbert B., "NAVIGATION FOR THE FIRST- GENERATION SUPERSONIC ERA", NAVIGATION: Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 15, No. 2, Summer 1968, pp. 169-174.
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