radio navigation

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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 model features 16, 17 and 18-inch alloy wheels, electric seat adjustment, leather seats, a Fender sound system, radio-navigation system, front fog lights with static cornering lights, automatic climate control, ambiance lighting and keyless access, engine starting and locking system.
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German Transport Minister Wolfgang Tiefensee was critical of private partners of the Galileo radio-navigation by satellite programme after a meeting in Berlin on 23 February.
Finally, a broad range of applications are described such as broadcasting, radio link systems, wireless local area networks, mobile communications, radio-navigation, radar, remote sensing, radiometry, radio astronomy, sensors for industrial applications, power applications, medical applications such as thermography, diathermy and hyperthermia, and electronic warfare.