directional localizer

directional localizer
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  • Localizer Type Directional Aid — is of a comparable accuracy and use to the Localizer, except that LDA is not aligned with the runway. If the alignment is not greater than 30 degrees, straight in approach minima may be published. Circling minima only are published when alignment …   Wikipedia

  • localizer — [lō′kəl īz΄ər] n. a directional radio beam sent from the beginning of the runway and used to align an incoming airplane * * * …   Universalium

  • localizer — [lō′kəl īz΄ər] n. a directional radio beam sent from the beginning of the runway and used to align an incoming airplane …   English World dictionary

  • Localizer — A localizer is one component of an Instrument Landing System (ILS). The localizer provides runway centerline guidance to aircraft. In some cases a localizer is at an angle to the runway usually due to obstructions around the airport. It is then… …   Wikipedia

  • localizer — An element in the instrument landing system (ILS) located approximately 1000 ft (300 m) beyond the upwind end of the runway and generally in line with the centerline. It indicates the extended centerline of the runway and the approach path onto… …   Aviation dictionary

  • localizer-type directional aid — A NAVAID (navigational aid) used for nonprecision instrument approaches with utility and accuracy comparable to a localizer but which is not a part of a complete ILS (instrument landing system) and is not aligned with the runway. The LDA course… …   Aviation dictionary

  • localizer — A directional radio beacon which provides to an aircraft an indication of its lateral position relative to a predetermined final approach course. See also instrument landing system …   Military dictionary

  • Simplified Directional Facility — or SDF is similar to a Localizer, although is not as precise. The SDF signal is fixed at either 6 or 12 degrees, as necessary maximum flyability and optimum course quality.The SDF course may or may not be aligned with the runway because its… …   Wikipedia

  • simplified directional facility — A navigational aid (NAVAID) used for nonprecision instrument approaches. The final approach course is similar to that of an ILS (instrument landing system) localizer except that the SDF course may be offset from the runway, generally not more… …   Aviation dictionary

  • Instrument landing system — The Instrument Landing System (ILS) is a ground based instrument approach system that provides precision guidance to an aircraft approaching a runway, using a combination of radio signals and, in many cases, high intensity lighting arrays to… …   Wikipedia

  • Instrument approach — Terminal procedures for an ILS approach in the United States. (The disclaimers shown in red in the illustration do not appear on the original approach plate.) For aircraft operating under instrument flight rules (IFR), an instrument approach or… …   Wikipedia

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