localizer


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localizer

A directional radio beacon which provides to an aircraft an indication of its lateral position relative to a predetermined final approach course. See also instrument landing system.
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We get so used to not having to worry about stepdowns--after all, we really can ignore them inside the FAF because they're for the localizer, not the ILS--that we tend to ignore them wherever they are, so long as we're on the glideslope.
The ILS also requires some airborne equipment, including receivers for the localizer and the glideslope, plus an appropriate course deviation indicator.
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I waved off and was given radar vectors to finalapproach course for the localizer.
In the archaic age before Windows, localizers dealt with Dos products--designed in America using an eight-byte character set--which were unable to handle Japanese characters.
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Approach gave us a heading until established on the localizer and cleared us for the approach.
As of early March 2016, there were 3628 WAAS-enabled localizer performance with vertical guidance (LPV) approach procedures in the U.
The malfunctioning equipment is called a localizer and it acts as a beacon to guide arriving aircraft onto runways.
A key factor in the length of service outage is whether the site conditions allow for construction of the new localizer antenna without disrupting the operation of the original antenna.