Avionics Navigation Systems, Second Edition

An necessary source for all those that layout, construct, deal with, and function digital navigation systems

Avionics Navigation structures, moment variation, is an entire advisor to the paintings and technology of recent digital navigation, targeting airplane. It covers digital navigation structures in civil and army plane, helicopters, unmanned aerial automobiles, and manned spacecraft. it's been completely up-to-date and increased to incorporate the entire significant advances that experience happened because the book of the vintage first version. It covers the complete box from simple navigation rules, equations, and cutting-edge to rising applied sciences. each one bankruptcy is dedicated to another method or know-how and offers special information regarding its capabilities, layout features, apparatus configurations, functionality barriers, and instructions for the longer term. you will find every thing you want to recognize about:

conventional ground-based radio navigation

satellite tv for pc platforms: GPS, GLONASS, and their augmentations

New inertial platforms, together with optical cost sensors, micromechanical accelerometers, and high-accuracy stellar-inertial navigators device touchdown procedure and its successors

built-in communication-navigation structures used on battlefields

Airborne mapping, Doppler, and multimode radars

Terrain matching

specified wishes of army aircraft

and lots more and plenty moreContent:
Chapter 1 advent (pages 1–20): Myron Kayton
Chapter 2 The Navigation Equations (pages 21–54): Myron Kayton
Chapter three Multisensor Navigation structures (pages 55–98): James R. Huddle and R. Grover Brown
Chapter four Terrestrial Radio?Navigation structures (pages 99–177): Bahar J. Uttam, David H. Amos, Joseph M. Covino and Peter Morris
Chapter five satellite tv for pc Radio Navigation (pages 178–282): A. J. Van Dierendonck
Chapter 6 Terrestrial built-in Radio Communication–Navigation platforms (pages 283–312): Walter R. Fried, James A. Kivett and Edgar Westbrook
Chapter 7 Inertial Navigation (pages 313–392): Daniel A. Tazartes, Myron Kayton and John G. Mark
Chapter eight Air?Data platforms (pages 393–425): Stephen S. Osder
Chapter nine perspective and Heading References (pages 426–448): Myron Kayton and Willis G. Wing
Chapter 10 Doppler and Altimeter Radars (pages 449–502): Walter R. Fried, Heinz Buell and James R. Hager
Chapter eleven Mapping and Multimode Radars (pages 503–550): Jack O. Pearson, Thomson S. Abbott and Robert H. Jeffers
Chapter 12 Celestial Navigation (pages 551–596): Edward J. Knobbe and Gerald N. Haas
Chapter thirteen touchdown platforms (pages 597–641): D. B. Vickers, Richard H. McFarland, William M. Waters and Myron Kayton
Chapter 14 Air site visitors administration (pages 642–690): Clyde A. Miller and John A. Scardina
Chapter 15 Avionics Interfaces (pages 691–704): Cary R. Spitzer

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