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2 ' ' ' ' ' N NAVAID UNITS DME ENSEMBLE BIAS ERRORS j = f]= UN2+ UBfAs 1, 2 ' . ' ' . 14. Range error definitions. 42 ROBERT J. KELLY AND DANNY R. CUSICK For the DME/N, VOR, and TACAN area navigation systems, the total system error is the single number, RSS = (a: + ... + a;)”’, where a:, a:, . ,a: are the individual variances for each of the P error components. In ILS system error analysis, the RSS of the bias variance components are calculated separately from the RSS of the noise variance components, as indicated in Table 111.
If it is the primary method of navigation, then its data may require inertial aiding so that its guidance corrections do not affect the AFCS dynamic response. However, if dead reckoning is the primary navigation aid, then DME may assist it by periodically correcting its drift errors. It was shown that the navigation parameters follow a common theme whether the application is enroute navigation or aircraft approach and landing guidance. The desired flight path and indicated flight path coordinates can be defined for both applications with DME playing a central role.
This subsection briefly describes coordinate reference frames and accuracy considerations as they apply to a closed-loop navigation system. An aircraft in flight has a position and velocity at some altitude above the earth at some instant in time. In order to specify these aircraft states, a reference coordinate system needs to be defined. The subject of navigation coordinate frames is a vast and difficult topic and will not be pursued in any depth here. For example, seven reference systems, useful to navigation are defined in Chapter Two of Kayton and Fried (1969).