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Aircraft Navigation: Design Theory for A Self-Organizing, High Accuracy Navigation System

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1 Author(s)
Burns, V.J. ; Instrument Division Lear Siegler, Incorporated Grand Rapids, Michigan

Aircraft navigation system accuracy can be optimized by proper integration of present subsystems. The Loran-C coordinate converter is a new tool which facilitates the system integration task. Certain navigation devices, e.g., a doppler-free-gyro subsystem, are calibrated in-flight to yield a much better total navigation system. Self-organizing features are included to perform simple decision-making functions automatically and thus, release the human navigator for more important tasks. The self-organizing navigation system concept shows great promise as the navigation system of the future.

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Aerospace and Navigational Electronics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:Technical_Paper ,  Issue: 0 )

Date of Publication:

Oct. 1963

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