NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 13
Published: 1966

   Volume 13, Number 1 (Spring 1966)
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MODERN CHARTING REQUIREMENTS FOR MARINE NAVIGATION AND THE NATIONAL ECONOMY Capt. Lorne Taylor2 - 11
PROPOSED NAUTICAL UNITS OF LENGTH AND TIME Dr. John C. Bellamy12 - 22
AN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINE VIEWS NAVIGATION SATELLITES R. R. Bohannon23 - 28
THE VIEWS OF SHIPS OPERATING COMPANIES ON NAVIGATIONAL SATELLITES James T. Enzensperger29 - 30
EVALUATION OF MULTI-CHANNEL NAVIGATIONAL DISPLAYS Dr. Charles A. Fenwick31 - 48
LUNAR CHARTING FOR PROJECT APOLLO Robert W. Carder and Samuel P. Scott49 - 58
LUNCHEON SPEECH David B. Nichinson59 - 62
AUTOMATION AND PERSONNEL REQUIREMENTS ON MERCHANT MARINE SHIPS C. Abramowski63 - 67
NAVIGATIONAL MANAGEMENT FOR OCEAN RACING Bernhard N. Palm., N, USPS68 - 70
A PICTORIAL DISPLAY FOR COMPUTED NAVIGATION DATA J. L. Denis71 - 79
THE USE OF VOR FOR SMALL CRAFT NAVIGATION John R. West80 - 87
THE INSTITUTE FILE -88 - 93
NOTES AND COMMENT -91 - 93
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -93 - 93
   Volume 13, Number 2 (Summer 1966)
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SIGHT REDUCTION TABLES FOR MARINE NAVIGATION J. H. Blythe, Dr. R. L. Duncombe, and D. H. Sadler97 - 104
A PRECISION ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION SYSTEM USING OMEGA AND A SYNCHRONOUS SATELLITE NETWORK Charles Samek and Harold S. Pike105 - 110
THE MATHEMATICS OF SONAR-BEACON SURVEYING Herbert E. Engel, David E. Lev, and Dr. Arthur Gelb111 - 124
DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRONIC AIDS TO NAVIGATION FOR THE SMALL CRAFT NAVIGATOR Lt. L. J. DeGraw125 - 133
OMEGA-APPLICATIONS TO ON-STATION POSITIONING M. L. Tibbals134 - 140
SEAFLOOR NAVIGATION FOR DEEP SUBMERGENCE VEHICLES Roswell F. Busby and William E. Hart141 - 145
CELESTIAL NAVIGATION PROCEDURES Cdr. Robert E. Williams, USESSA146 - 147
SUBLORAN-A SONIC UNDERWATER LONG RANGE AID TO NAVIGATION EMPLOYING CROSS -CORRELATION OF FM-CW SIGNALS Serge Wisotsky and Joseph A. Dolan148 - 153
AN ACOUSTIC TRANSPONDER SYSTEM, F. N. Spiess, Michael S. Loughridge, Maurice S. McGehee, and D. E. Boegeman154 - 161
CLEAR AIR TURBULENCE DETECTION AND WARNING Dr. Paul Rosenberg162 - 165
SOME CONSIDERATIONS IN DETERMINING THE ROLE OF SATELLITES IN AIR NAVIGATION David J. Sheftel166 - 173
COMPUTATION OF THE EFFECTS OF IMPULSIVE AND SHORT-TERM PERTURBING FORCES ON AN ORBITING BODY Lt. Col. Robert G. Smith174 - 179
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -180 - 184
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -182 - 184
   Volume 13, Number 3 (Fall 1966)
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AUTOMATIC STAR TRACKERS FOR AIRCRAFT NAVIGATION Ronald D. Thomas and Gerald J. Shroyer189 - 200
APPLICATIONS OF INERTIAL NAVIGATION TO DEEP SUBMERGENCE OPERATIONS Dr. D. T. Friest201 - 209
THE RAYTHEON ACOUSTIC DOPPLER NAVIGATOR E. E. Turner, B. J. Thompson, and G. H. Jackson210 - 221
LUNAR SURFACE VEHICLE NAVIGATION DISPLAY Donald K. Breseke222 - 230
A LASER GUIDANCE SYSTEM FOR RENDEZVOUS AND DOCKING Thomas P. Dixon, Charles L. Wyman, and H. Dean Coombes231 - 245
HIGH ACCURACY, HIGH RELIABILITY INFRARED HORIZON SENSORS FOR EARTH, LUNAR, AND PLANETARY USE Frank Schwarz and Thomas Falk246 - 259
THE RING LASER INERTIAL SENSOR Earl J. McCartney260 - 269
AN ASTRONOMICAL GUIDANCE SYSTEM FOR AIR NAVIGATION Col. R. Genty270 - 276
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -277 - 285
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -285 - 285
   Volume 13, Number 4 (Winter 1966)
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MARINE RADAR COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS F. R. Scripture295 - 301
THE USE OF COMPUTERS IN MERCHANT SHIPS Professor P. Hugon302 - 310
SIMPLIFIED CORIOLIS MATHEMATICS Richard Boyle311 - 313
NAVIGATION RECORD, ROCKWELL POLAR FLIGHT John Larsen and Loren E. DeGroot314 - 319
THREE DIMENSION CELESTIAL NAVIGATION Loren E. DeGroot and John Larsen320 - 326
THE OMNIGRAPH: NEW STEPS TOWARD AUTOMATIC NAVIGATION Tirey K. Vickers327 - 337
CLEAR AIR TURBULENCE Dr. Paul Rosenberg338 - 342
AN OMEGA RECEIVER NAVIGATION SET FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE AIRCRAFT Francis J. Enge343 - 347
ESTIMATING AIRCRAFT INERTIAL NAVIGATOR PERFORMANCE Ronald S. Vaughn348 - 352
THE POTENTIAL USE OF SATELLITES IN HYPERBOLIC POSITION FINDING G. W. Casserly and L. D. Filkins353 - 366
SOME RECENT ADVANCES IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF SOLID STATE CELESTIAL TRACKERS John W. Barnes and Burt Walker367 - 381
A BANQUET SPEECH ON NATIONAL RANGE INSTRUMENTATION AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO SPACE NAVIGATION Lt. General L. I. Davis382 - 385
A SIMPLE OPTICAL RANGING TECHNIQUE FOR ORBITAL RENDEZVOUS R. Pitak and R. Henry386 - 390
APPLICATIONS FOR INERTIAL SENSORS IN SPACE Jules I. Kanter391 - 395
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -396 - 398
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -399 - 400
INDEX TO VOLUME 13 OF NAVIGATION -401 - 403