NA-3 VHF Omni-Directional Navigational System Part 1 Operation

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THE BENDIX NA — 3 VHF Omni-Directional Range Navigational System is an airborne equipment system designed to permit maximum utilization of the new Very High Frequency (VHF) radio facilities now being installed.

Characteristics

Book cover finish Stapled
Special features First edition
Conditions Very Good
Number of pages 14
Published date 1947
Language English
Size 14 x 21 x 0.1 cm
Author Bendix Aviation Corporation
Editor Bendix Aviation Corporation Bendix Radio

Description

THE BENDIX NA — 3 VHF Omni-Directional Range Navigational System is an airborne equipment system designed to permit maximum utilization of the new Very High Frequency (VHF) radio facilities now being installed. 

 

It provides facilities for: (1) Omni-Directional Range Navigation (112-118 Mc.). (2) 90/150 Cycle Localizers (108-112 Mc.). (3) New Phase Comparison ILS Localizer (108-112 Mc.). (4) Two-course VHF Visual Ranges (108-112 Mc.). (5) Tower Communication (118-122 Mc.). (6) Company Communication (122-132 Mc.). (7) Portion of Military Communication Band (132-135.9 Mc.). 

 

Bendix's years of experience in the design of airline radio equipment and in the design of equipment for the military services have contributed maximum reliability and ease of maintenance to the design of the equipment. The NA-3 Navigational System is the commercial counterpart of a system designed on contract for the Army Air Forces and therefore complies with military specifications as well as commercial airline specifications.

À PROPOS DE CET AUTEUR
Bendix Aviation Corporation

The Bendix Aviation Corporation was a manufacturer of aircraft parts based from 1929 to 1960 in Los Angeles, California.


The company was renamed to Bendix Corporation in 1960, and in 1983 was acquired by the Allied Corporation and combined with King Radio  company to form Bendix/King. Now owned by Honeywell, Bendix/King remains a brand of avionics.


Bendix Aviation developed and manufactured advanced carburetion for aircraft engines; landing gear oleo struts; jet engine fuel controls for early J79 engines; and designed guidance systems and assembled the Talos missile for the US Navy.

(Sources: Wikipedia)

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