WORLD-WIDE COVERAGE RADIO NAVIGATION FOR AVIATION AND MARINE SERVICES USING LAND BASED FACILITIES IN THE I.T.U. (100 KC-S) BAND

Vernon I. Weihe

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Abstract: The fact that celestial navigators can take a fix anywhere on the face of the earth has, for years, made them a source of envy by designers and users of radio aids to navigation. Radio aids, in general, deteriorate in accuracy and reliability with increasing distance from the ground based facility and to date they have not had sufficient distance range to provide useful world-wide coverage.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 2, Number 7
Pages: 200 - 2001
Cite this article: Weihe, Vernon I., "WORLD-WIDE COVERAGE RADIO NAVIGATION FOR AVIATION AND MARINE SERVICES USING LAND BASED FACILITIES IN THE I.T.U. (100 KC-S) BAND", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 2, No. 7, 1950, pp. 200-2001.
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