Doppler Speed and Drift-angle Meters for Aircraft

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Translation Division, Foreign Technology Division, 1966 - Airplanes - 253 pages
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In the book are expounded design principles of different Doppler speed and drift-angle meters for aircraft (GSDA) applied in practice, theoretical bases of operation of Doppler meters and peculiarities of construction and operation of separate units of these meters: antennas, UHF channels, Doppler frequency indicators. Furthermore, questions of calibration and adjustment of meters are considered, examples of construction of block diagrams of GSDA are given, and information about complex use of Doppler meters with navigational computers and inertial systems is included. The book is designed for auditors and students of radiotechnical faculties of aviation institutions and can be useful for engineers and technicians occupied with the application of aircraft radio-navigation equipment. (Author).

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Contents

Introduction
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kultibeam GSDA
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Peculiarities of Operation of GSDA with Different
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