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Conservatively sufficient conditions are found for satisfactory operation of many ground and airborne beacon sets in a relatively small area. Necessary conditions must be found in some more tedious manner, since several simplifying assumptions are made in the method described here. However, application of the method often allows a short paper analysis to suffice for showing system practicability. The methods suggested for adjusting the sets to allow for desired systemperformance are easily applied. An example of the application of the method is given in order to make the ideas presendted clearer.