Instrument Landing Systems (ILS) provide vertical and lateral guidance to landing aircraft. The lateral guidance aligns the aircraft horizontally with the extended centerline of the runway while the vertical guidance ensures the proper descent angle for landing. This allows an aircraft to make a landing at an airport that cannot be seen from higher altitudes due to weather, clouds, and/or poor visibility.The 3-way interlock design was modified to add two enhancements: 1) a manual bypass switch was added to bypass the ... For Cat I and Cat II approaches, loss of signal is detected by the pilot and he or she has time to execute a missedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Universal Instrument Landing System (ILS) Interlock Controller with Remoting Capability|
|Author||:||Edward C. Szczuka|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|