NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation

Volume: 28
Published: 1981

   Volume 28, Number 1 (Spring 1981)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
MOST PROBABLE FIX POSITION REDUCTION G. D. Morrison1 - 8
SAFER NAVIGATION AT MINIMUM COST D. G. Hindle9 - 16
A HANDHELD COLLISION AVOIDANCE AID J. D. Luse17 - 21
AIDS TO NAVIGATION POSITIONING PROJECT James E. Smith, Jr.22 - 28
THE ROLE OF THE EARTH'S SHAPE IN NAVIGATION: AN EXAMPLE W. Kuebler and S. Sommers29 - 33
NAVIGATION SYSTEMS FOR DYNAMIC POSITIONING VESSELS Thor K. Skoland and Victor Prushan34 - 39
AN ANALYTICAL SOLUTION OF THE TWO STAR SIGHT PROBLEM OF CELESTIAL NAVIGATION James A. Van Allen40 - 43
K-12 METHOD BY CALCULATOR: A SINGLE PROGRAM FOR ALL CELESTIAL FIXES, DIRECTLY OR BY POSITION LINES S. Kotlaric44 - 51
UNAMBIGUOUS TWO BODY FIX METHODS DERIVED FROM CRYSTALLOGRAPHIC PRINCIPLES Torben Kjer52 - 54
VERTICAL SEXTANT ANGLES SHORT OF THE HORIZON W. C. Marlow55 - 64
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -65 - 69
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM T. D. Davies, Norman G. Cubberly70 - 72
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -73 - 76
   Volume 28, Number 2 (Summer 1981)
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GLOBAL POSITIONING SYSTEM SENSITIVITY EXPERIMENT Alan G. Evans, Bruce R. Hermann and Patrick J. Fell77 - 84
GPS APPLICATION TO MAPPING CHARTING AND GEODESY Walter J. Senus and Robert W. Hill85 - 92
NAVIGATION TASK PARTITIONING IN DISTRIBUTED-PROCESSING AVIONICS SYSTEMS Julian L. Center93 - 100
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF STRAPDOWN ALGORITHMS C. R. Giardina, J. Heckathorn and D. Krasnjanski101 - 106
NAVIGATION ERROR SENSITIVITIES FOR COMMUNICATING BETWEEN FIXED OR MOBILE EARTH STATIONS AND SATELLITES Alan M. Schneider, Ilan J. Rothmuller and John R. Rosenlof107 - 122
THE WIND AND CURRENT CHART SERIES PRODUCED BY MATTHEW FONTAINE MAURY Marc I. Pinsel123 - 137
IMPROVING THE MLS THROUGH ENHANCED COCKPIT DISPLAYS Richard S. Jensen138 - 146
DISCRETE ADDRESS BEACON, NAVIGATION AND LANDING SYSTEM Robert P. Crow147 - 162
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -163 - 166
   Volume 28, Number 3 (Fall 1981)
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WORLDWIDE COVERAGE OF THE PHASE II NAVSTAR SATELLITE CONSTELLATION Wayne F. Brady and Paul S. Jorgensen167 - 177
ALL-DIGITAL GPS RECEIVER MECHANIZATION Peter C. Ould and Robert J. Van Wechel178 - 188
INTEGRATED SATELLITE NAVIGATION AND STRAPDOWN ATTITUDE AND HEADING REFERENCES FOR CIVIL AIR CARRIERS John J. Hopkins189 - 198
A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE USE OF MARINE RADAR James D. Luse199 - 205
INITIAL FAA TESTS ON THE NAVSTAR GPS Z-SET Robert J. Esposito206 - 213
RING LASER GYRO NAVIGATOR (RLGN) FLIGHT TEST RESULTS Kenton L. Bachman214 - 223
REAL-TIME MISSILE TRACKING WITH GPS Lawrence L. Wells224 - 230
THE FEDERAL RADIONAVIGATION PLAN William K. May231 - 246
VTS: THE MISUNDERSTOOD SYSTEM Capt. C. W. Koburger, Jr.247 - 252
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -253 - 254
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM I. Filsell, T. J. M. Gruter, J. M. Luykx255 - 256
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -257 - 262
   Volume 28, Number 4 (Winter 1981)
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MODELING AND EVALUATING AN EMPIRICAL INS DIFFERENCE MONITORING PROCEDURE USED TO SEQUENCE SSBN NAVAID FIXES Thomas H. Kerr263 - 285
A MARINE NAVSTAR GPS RECEIVER Reuben E. Maine286 - 293
ANALYSIS OF LORAN-C SYSTEM RELIABILITY FOR CIVIL AVIATION Gene A. Wong294 - 310
PERFORMANCE OF A RING LASER STRAPDOWN MARINE GYROCOMPASS C. San Giovanni, Jr. and E. Levinson311 - 341
FLIGHT EVALUATION OF LORAN-C FOR GENERAL AVIATION AREA NAVIGATION Walter M. Hollister, Krishnan Natarajan and James A. Littlefield342 - 352
APPLICATIONS OF A MULTIPLEXED GPS USER SET Charles R. Johnson, Phillip W. Ward, Michael D. Turner and Steven D. Roemerman353 - 369
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS -370 - 372
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORM Stafford Campbell, D. H. Sadler, Robert W. Knox, Norman G. Cubberly373 - 374
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE -375 - 378
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