NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 11
Published: 1964

   Volume 11, Number 1 (Spring 1964)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
THE STABILIZATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM FOR THE ORBITING ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATORY R. E. Papsco3 - 14
U. S. ARMY MOBILITY COMMAND Paul L. Seabase15 - 19
LIMITATIONS IMPOSED ON CELESTIAL NAVIGATION DUE TO INACCURACIES OF STAR POSITIONS Francis P. Scott20 - 25
THE "LOG" OF CELESTIAL NAVIGATION T. R. Stenberg26 - 31
STICK CHARTS OF MICRONESIA Lt. Col. Charles J. Davis32 - 37
THE DEVELOPMENT OF MILITARY TECHNOLOGY Harry Davis38 - 45
THE AIR FORCE DESIGN AND ENGINEERING APPROACH TO LOW-COST NAVIGATION SYSTEMS Capt. Russell E. Weaver, Jr., and Wladimir A. Reichel46 - 48
ALL WEATHER HELICOPTER NAVIGATION Capt. D. W. Hazelton49 - 53
NAVIGATION REQUIREMENTS OF AERIAL SURVEY OPERATIONS Milton Glicken54 - 58
FROM HERE TO AUTOMATION S/L J. J. Thurmeier59 - 64
INTEGRATED AVIONICS SYSTEM FOR GENERAL AVIATION AIRCRAFT M. F. Collins65 - 68
OTHOCORE, A LOW-COST NAVIGATIONAL COMPUTER MEMORY Dr. J. S. Sallo and W. A. England69 - 74
NOTES AND COMMENT -75 - 78
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -79 - 84
   Volume 11, Number 2 (Summer 1964)
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A METHOD FOR DETERMINING THE GEOGRAPHICAL POSITION OF DEEP TOWED INSTRUMENTS Lincoln Baxter, II85 - 98
NAVIGATION OF SOLAR ECLIPSE FLIGHT APEQS W. B. Klemperer and A. G. Heimerdinger99 - 109
ANALYSIS OF DISPLAY-CONTROL SYSTEMS IN AIRCRAFT GUIDANCE Robert Keston110 - 114
FUTURE REQUIREMENTS FOR GENERAL AVIATION Robert E. Monroe115 - 124
PLANETARY APPROACH NAVIGATION J. Graham Hartwell, Dr. J. M. A. Danby, and Arthur L. Jones125 - 144
ERROR CONTOURS IN INTERPLANETARY NAVIGATION J. E. Carroll and R. L. Lillestrand145 - 166
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -167 - 168
THE INSTITUTE'S FILE -169 - 169
NOTES AND COMMENT -170 - 176
   Volume 11, Number 3 (Fall 1964)
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NAC-60 SST NAVIGATION AND TRAFFIC CONTROL R. G . Bohannon177 - 186
SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT TRAFFIC IN THE NORTH ATLANTIC Cdr. Curtis J. Kelly187 - 193
QUEUEING THEORY IN FAST-TIME SIMULATION OF AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL Stanley P. E. Price194 - 202
THE INFLUENCE OF ROUTE TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON SST NAVIGATION, FUEL MANAGEMENTS, AND OPERATING ECONOMICS D. P. Richardson, E . P . Hechtman, and S. B. Demkowitz203 - 212
NAVIGATION AND CONTROL FROM LORAN-C Loren E. deGroot213 - 227
DAYLIGHT ASTRO TRACKER FOR SST NAVIGATION Joel Greene228 - 235
INERTIAL SYSTEM CAPABILITIES APPLIED TO SST OPERATION Sidney Hirshon236 - 249
DOPPLER, INERTIAL, AND DOPPLER-INERTIAL TECHNIQUES H. Buell250 - 259
CONCEPT FOR AN INTEGRATED NAVIGATION AND FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM FOR SST John W. Hursh and Ralph B. Trueblood260 - 258
AIRCRAFT INTEGRATED DATA SYSTEM FUNCTIONS AND IMPLEMENTATION CONCEPTS J. R. Pachuta and P. J. Holcombe269 - 283
MECHANIZATION OF SST INERTIAL NAVIGATION COMPUTATIONS IN AN ALL-DDA COMPUTER M. F. Sentovich284 - 298
AIRBORNE CENTRAL DIGITAL COMPUTER Charles F. Saunders299 - 305
A POLARIZED LIGHT METHOD FOR DETERMINING POSITION ON THE GLIDE PATH Dr. Alvin M. Marks306 - 310
FAA VIEW OF SST NAVIGATION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS Alexander B. Winnick311 - 314
A NAVIGATION SYSTEM USING RANGE MEASUREMENTS FROM SATELLITES WITH COOPERATING GROUND STATIONS Roy E. Anderson315 - 334
A NAVIGATION SYSTEM USING DISTANCE AND DIRECTION MEASUREMENTS FROM A SATELLITE E. S. Keats335 - 341
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -342 - 342
THE INSTITUTE'S FILE -343 - 352
   Volume 11, Number 4 (Winter 1964)
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AUTOMATED MARINE NAVIGATION C. W. Benfield353 - 365
ACCURACY AND SIMPLIFICATION IN DOPPLER NAVIGATION SATELLITE SYSTEMS Norman S. Potter366 - 378
LOCATES: A WAY-OUT APPROACH TO NEAR-BY POSITION FINDING Lyle D. Filkins379 - 386
COMPUTATIONAL FEASIBILITY OF NAVIGATION BY SATELLITE H. Burke Horton387 - 392
THE SECOR APPROACH TO COORDINATE DETERMINATION FOR SHIPS AND AIRCRAFT J. H. Reid393 - 416
A RELATIVE VLF RADIO NAVIGATION SYSTEM J. H. Stanbrough417 - 428
THE INSTITUTE'S FILE -429 - 442
INDEX TO VOL. 11 OF NAVIGATION -443 - 444