Flight assessment of a data-link-based navigation-guidance concept
Terrence S. Abbott, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1983 - Technology & Engineering - 27 pages
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12 DISPLAY FORMAT 12-sec update interval Additionally assess the feasibility attitude indicator cockpit continuous data updating continuous updating conventional navigation information data link DATA RATE data-link information defined as HERR degradation in path-tracking deviation values DEVIATION(FT difficult Extremely difficult displacement was defined display logic feasible and acceptable flight paths Flight Test fly-by-wire formats for path-tracking full-scale pointer deflection ground-based system higher work load horizontal insufficient stabilization INTERMITTENTLY THROUGHOUT RUN Langley Research Center last segment load and insufficient long path segments LOST INTERMITTENTLY THROUGHOUT MAXIMUM ERROR(FT mean and deviation n.mi NASA PATH NUMBER path segments greater path-tracking guidance path-tracking performance pilot questionnaires pointer deflection occurred pointer displacement RADAR TRACK LOST relative to continuous run NUMBER runway SAMPLES MEAN ERROR(FT scale segment number SEGMENT SAMPLES MEAN segment transition slight degradation suitable for long supplementary path information TEST SEQUENCE TOTAL PATH TRACK LOST INTERMITTENTLY tracking performance transponder vertical path vertical-path XTRK