NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 19
Published: 1972

   Volume 19, Number 1 (Spring 1972)
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NAVIGATIONAL PLANNING AND THE USE OF SPECIAL TECHNIQUES Byron E. Franklin and Ernest B. Brown1 - 6
COMPUTER SIGHT REDUCTION BASED ON INTERSECTION OF EQUAL ALTITUDE CIRCLES R. W. Flynn7 - 10
SANS, SHIPS ACOUSTIC NAVIGATION SYSTEM M. H. Damon11 - 18
PARALLEL RUNWAY SPACING Per A. Kullstam19 - 28
MAN'S ROLE IN INTEGRATED VEHICULAR INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS J. L. Nevins and I. S. Johnson29 - 41
REMOTE CONTROL AND NAVIGATION TESTS FOR APPLICATION TO LONGRANGE LUNAR SURFACE EXPLORATION W. C. Mastin, F. L. Vinz and P. R. While42 - 60
THE EFFECT OF GEOMETRY ON AREA NAVIGATION SYSTEM ERRORS Ronald Braff61 - 65
HYDROWAYS-A DEVELOPMENT IN MARINE ACOUSTIC NAVIGATION A. Donn Cobb66 - 70
MARINE TRAFFIC SYSTEMS CONCEPTS IN PORT DEVELOPMENT Harris A. Pledger71 - 79
COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEMS AND THE RULES OF THE NAUTICAL ROAD J. D. Luse80 - 88
DESIGN AND OPERATIONAL FEATURES OF THE SCAN-100 COLLISION AVOIDANCE SYSTEM Ted Ryden and Ted Thomas89 - 100
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -97 - 100
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -99 - 100
   Volume 19, Number 2 (Summer 1972)
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POTENTIAL OPERATIONAL ADVANTAGES OF LOW COST VLF/OMEGA NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT J. J. Tymczyszyn101 - 108
IMPLEMENTATION STATUS OF THE OMEGA NAVIGATION SYSTEM G. P. Asche109 - 116
FAA AIRBORNE OMEGA DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM G. H. Quinn117 - 119
TACTICAL AIRCRAFT POSITIONING E. W. Bush120 - 127
THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL COMPARISON BETWEEN TWO MINUTE DOPPLER AND SHORT DOPPLER SATELLITE POSITION FIX ACCURACY G. N. Brower aud J. G. Morgan128 - 138
STELLAR NAVIGATION IN THE MEDIEVAL INDIAN OCEAN G. R. Tibbetts139 - 144
RESULTS OF RECENT EXPERIMENTS WITH DIFFERENTIAL OMEGA G. Nard145 - 158
DESIGN AND PERFORMANCE OF CMA-719 COMPUTERIZED AIRBORNE OMEGA RECEIVER D. Mactaggart159 - 174
EFFECTS OF WEATHER ON AIRBORNE OMEGA S. J. Lubin and W. M. Lewis175 - 180
TALAR-A MODULAR STEP SCAN MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM G. Henf181 - 190
GREAT CIRCLE WAYPOINTS FOR INERTIAL EQUIPPED AIRCRAFT R. J. Holm191 - 194
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -195 - 198
   Volume 19, Number 3 (Fall 1972)
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HYDROSPHERIC NAVIGATION J. A. Cestone and E. St. George, Jr.199 - 208
AN ALL-EARTH INERTIAL NAVIGATION SCHEME M. Ignagni209 - 214
OMEGA UTILIZATION BY NON-MILITARY SUBSCRIBERS J. F. Kasper and E. E. Creekmore215 - 225
AIR NAVIGATION TRAINING IN THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES J. Hennessey and A. D. Lee226 - 235
NAVIGATION TRAINING AT THE USAF ACADEMY B. T. Parker236 - 240
NAVIGATION TRAINING SIMULATORS M. H. Stephenson and R. L. Feuge241 - 250
PROCUREMENT TECHNIQUES TO REDUCE MILITARY SYSTEMS' COSTS J. S. Gansler251 - 259
DOPPLER SYSTEMS APPLIED TO AREA NAVIGATION F. Carpiniello and H. Buell260 - 265
NAVIGATION REQUIREMENTS FOR ADVANCED DEEP SPACE MISSIONS L. D. Friedman, R. L. Sohn and J. W. Moore266 - 280
DIGITAL AUTOPILOT FOR THE SKYLAB ORBITAL ASSEMBLY J. F. Turnbull281 - 289
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -290 - 294
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -293 - 294
   Volume 19, Number 4 (Winter 1972)
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ON-BOARD OPTICAL NAVIGATION DATA FROM MARINER 71 T. C. Duxbury and C. H. Acton, Jr.295 - 307
NAVIGATING TO AVOID A KNOWN NOISE SOURCE T. M. Pienkowski308 - 310
LOCATING DOWNED AIRCRAFT BY GRAN (GLOBAL RESCUE ALARM NET) W. R. Crattford and W. E. Rupp, Jr.311 - 316
SIGHT REDUCTION USING THE PORTABLE SEXTANT COMPUTER SYSTEM S. Feldman, P. K. Seidelmann, E. D. Stephenson, and H. C. Ketts317 - 321
NAVIGATION IN SPACE, THE FUTURE, AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE J. E. Gaffney, Jr.322 - 326
GYRO DRIFT DETECTION AND ISOLATION FOR A TWO-IMU CONFIGURATION J. H. Hunter327 - 337
CELESTIAL FIX-INTERNAL OR EXTERNAL? Alton B Moody338 - 343
UNIQUE CHARTS FOR SPACE MISSIONS R. W. Carder344 - 354
INTEGRATED NAVIGATION SYSTEMS AND KALMAN FILTERING: A PERSPECTIVE R. G. Brown355 - 362
SECANT-A SOLUTION TO THE PROBLEM OF MID-AIR COLLISIONS W. B. Miles363 - 376
SPACE SHUTTLE LANDING NAVIGATION USING PRECISION DISTANCE MEASURING EQUIPMENT W. S. Widnall and H. R. Morth377 - 389
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -390 - 395
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM -392 - 395
INDEX TO VOLUME 19 -393 - 395