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radio navigation

Radio-location intended for the determination of position or direction or for obstruction warning in navigation.
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radio navigation

nnavigazione f radioassistita
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The provisions adopted by WRC-15 provide full protection to television broadcasting, as well as to the aeronautical radionavigation systems operating in this frequency band, specifically in countries of the Regional Commonwealth in the field of Communications (RCC).
D'un cout de plus de trois milliards de dinars, ce projet, qui sera dote d'equipements de radionavigation les plus modernes et de balisage de haute intensite, permettant respectivement le guidage des avions au vol, au decollage et a l'atterrissage nocturnes, doit repondre aux normes et recommandations de l'Organisation de l'aviation civile internationale (OACI) en matiere de surete, securite et qualite de service, a souligne le directeur des transports de Ghardaia.
The 3550-3650 MHz band is currently used by federal stations for Radiolocation Service and Aeronautical Radionavigation Service (ground based), and by non-federal stations in the Fixed Satellite Service.
Les travaux ont porte egalement sur la construction d'une nouvelle tour de controle et l'acquisition d'equipements de radionavigation les plus modernes et de balisage de haute intensite permettant respectivement le guidage des avions en vol et le decollage et atterrissage nocturnes.
AFCEA International Chronos Technology The Institute of Navigation iPosi Locata Corporation The Maritime Alliance The National Defense Industrial Association Nautel Incorporated Radio Technical Commission for Maritime Services Research and Radionavigation (GLA) UrsaNav Incorporated
Todd Humphreys, head of the school's Radionavigation Lab, told a Congressional hearing it would be very difficult for an ordinary person to spoof a drone, although it might be within the capability of a terrorist or criminal network.
Milton was undoubtedly referring to the LF and VLF radionavigation systems like LORAN-C and Omega that were by this time widely used as frequency and time references and which each had a large network of stations that gave them an advantage over the single Fort Collins site.
Todd Humphreys, director of the Radionavigation Laboratory at the University of Texas at Austin, which uses drones to study ways to protect navigation systems like GPS, said he, too, could conjure up a "dystopian view, where we're inundated with buzzing drones everywhere we go, that disrupt our sleep and our barbecues.
For instance, the radionavigation bearing cannot be considered only as the straight line on the plane but the geodesic.
The international community has been puzzled by the US debate over possible interference to GPS, as the National Space Policy clearly requires the "protection of radionavigation spectrum from disruption and interference.
Council Regulation on the establishment of structures for the management of the European satellite radionavigation programme.