Performance Comparisons for Today’s Radionavigation Systems

  • Tom Logsdon
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Abstract

Simple radionavigation systems first began to flourish high above the smoke-powder killing fields of World War II. During that conflict, digital pulse trains and serpentine carrier waves guided both Allied and Axis bombers over land and sea. Later, when peace descended on the European continent, derivative ground-based navigation systems helped foster many useful civilian and military applications.

Keywords

Navigation System Carrier Wave Transmission Frequency Slant Range Strapdown Inertial Navigation System 
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