A navigation-aids identification decoder and display for general-aviation aircraft, Volume 5445
Charles W. Meissner, Langley Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 1969 - Technology & Engineering - 13 pages
Navigation-aids identification decoder and display device for general aviation aircraft.
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28 volts dc affects the operation aid in safe aircraft audio bus aircraft instrument panel binary code blanking signal capacitor is charged character decode matrix character is detected character space charged dot-dash detector code reader control section dash DECODER AND DISPLAY demodulates detector output high DISPLAY FOR GENERAL-AVIATION display the Morse display tube dot-dash detector output duration figure GENERAL-AVIATION AIRCRAFT general-aviation pilot Hand-sent input signal intended to reduce interpret and display interpret the Morse lamp control signal Langley Research Center learn the Morse logical representation logical ZERO matrix drive monostable multivibrator Morse code identifier Morse identifier NASA navigation aids navigation receiver NAVIGATION-AIDS IDENTIFICATION DECODER numbers occupy one unit occupy three units Omnirange power supply pulse readily mounted readout tube reduce the workload reference voltage removes the noise Security Classif sending rate seven-bit binary word shift register signal conditioning station identification storage register succeeding character tone Unclassified unused positions waveforms words per minute