localizer


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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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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.
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.
You intercept the localizer a few miles outside FAKER.
Flying the full procedure is a cross-country drive of 12 miles to HUSKR, about 8 miles of curve to intercept the localizer, and another 5.
After intercepting the localizer inbound, it's a vanilla ILS.
In my opinion the MAP could be identified by the localizer I-AUG, again using the GPS.
This project includes the removal and replacement of the glideslope shelter and distance measuring equipment localizer shelter, a new Airfield Lighting Computer Controlled System for the Air Traffic Control Tower and related vault improvements.
Radar plots indicate the airplane crossed the localizer at almost a 90-degree angle and continued turning right until it started to intercept the localizer.
But taking a closer look you see that you are to fly outbound on the MQP 127 degree radial, then inbound via the same radial until CUTIS, and then track the localizer inbound.
Tenders are invited for Rhode Island Airport Corporation Glideslope to Runway 34 Localizer