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.
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.
CDI is showing on course and the ADF is indicating that the TOI NDB is roughly behind you.
* LPV: Localizer
performance with vertical guidance.
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
The airplane initially intercepted the localizer
for the approach, but did not intercept the glideslope.