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Microwave Landing System Azimuth
Definition A component of a Microwave Landing System (MLS) consisting of a Super High Frequency (SHF) transmitter radiating signals to provide lateral indications to aircraft approaching the runway.  +
Defsource * Aeronautical Information Feature Data Dictionary (AIFDD)  +
Note The lateral information is the locus of po
The lateral information is the locus of points in any horizontal plane where the decoded guidance angle is constant. SHF is the frequency band between 3 and 30 gigahertz (GHz). The elevation and azimuth stations of the Microwave Landing System operate from 5031 to 5091 megahertz (MHz) in this spectrum.
to 5091 megahertz (MHz) in this spectrum.  +
Synonym Microwave Landing System Azimuth +
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Categories NAVAIDS, Landing Aids, Points and/or Obstacles
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