Accession Number : AD0714829
Title : Principles of Radio Navigation,
Corporate Author : ARMY FOREIGN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY CENTER WASHINGTON D C
Personal Author(s) : Belavin,O. V.
Report Date : 26 OCT 1970
Pagination or Media Count : 404
Abstract : The textbook for radio engineering higher institutions of learning and departments explains the operating principles of radio navigational aids used to navigate flying vehicles. General questions concerned with the accuracy of navigational fixes obtained near the earth, as well as in cosmic space, are reviewed. Attention is focused on amplitude, phase, frequency and time radio navigation measurements. An analysis is made of the errors occuring in radio navigational aids resulting from the use of other than modern equipment, from the effect of the conditions under which radio waves are propagated, and from the effect of the conditions under which radio waves are propagated, and from the effect of natural and organized radio interference.
Descriptors : (*NAVIGATIONAL AIDS, RADIO NAVIGATION), (*RADIO NAVIGATION, TEXTBOOKS), RADIO TRANSMISSION, RADIO INTERFERENCE, POSITION FINDING, FREE FLIGHT TRAJECTORIES, PROBABILITY, ERRORS, LEAST SQUARES METHOD, RANGE FINDING, ANTENNA ARRAYS, SPACE NAVIGATION, USSR
Subject Categories : Space Navigation and Guidance
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE