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Alternative Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Applicable to Domestic PBN Implementation
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Alternative Positioning, Navigation, and Timing Applicable to Domestic PBN Implementation
Kim, Mu-Geun; Kang, Ja-Young; Chang, Jae-Ho;
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 Abstract
Republic of Korea has established its performance-based navigation (PBN) implementation plan in 2010 for ensuring a smooth transition to PBN operations and relevant new flight procedures are being developed in accordance with the roadmap. Various Navigation aids (NAVAIDs) like global navigation satellite systems (GNSS), distance measuring equipment (DME), VHF omnidirectional range (VOR), inertial navigation system (INS) are used to support PBN procedures. Among them, GNSS would play a central role in PBN implementation. However, vulnerability of satellite navigation signals to artificial and natural interferences has been discovered and various alternative positioning, navigation and timing (APNT) technologies are under development in many countries. In this paper, we study whether continuous PBN operations can be achievable without GNSS signals. As a result, it shows that some of the domestic airports require the construction of APNT in the approach area.
 Keywords
Aeronautical information publication;Alternative positioning;Navigation and timing;Global navigation satellite systems;Navigation aid;Performance-based navigation;
 Language
Korean
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