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localizer

(lō′kăl-ĭ″zĕr)
An apparatus used for finding foreign bodies or exact anatomical locations during radiography.
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The Runway 32 is correct in that DME or Radar is required for the localizer approach to identify the stepdowns and the MAP.
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Another thing that has changed is that the ILS to Runway 35 (nee 34) used to support a back-course localizer procedure to the opposite end of the runway.
Some localizers also provide a localizer back course signal, which permits the design of a non-precision (no vertical guidance) approaches to the non-ILS runway end; most new ILS do not provide a BC.
Your localizer CDI is showing on course and the ADF is indicating that the TOI NDB is roughly behind you.
Localizer-Only Guidance -- If the glideslope sensor path degrades to an unacceptable level, the TLS will be able to provide non-precision localizer guidance to the approaching aircraft.
If you flew that 315 heading from SUNED to the localizer, intercepted and then descended, you're probably outside 10 NM--and too close to the hills.
There are enough nuances with a localizer back course approach even without adding an autopilot to the mix.
You start your turn when the localizer becomes alive.
Tenders are invited for Replacement of a/c units azt localizer & glidepath, chennai airport
The airplane initially intercepted the localizer for the approach, but did not intercept the glideslope.