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NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation
Volume: 21
Published: 1974

   Volume 21, Number 1 (Spring 1974)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
SAFE SEPARATION IN CONTROLLED FLIGHTJohn M. Holt1 - 8
THE FEASIBILITY OF APPLYING THE ACTIVE TVTIME SYSTEM TO AUTOMATIC VEHICLE LOCATIOND. A. Howe9 - 15
THE EFFECTS OF SENSOR ERRORS IN CERTAIN MARINE COLLISION AVOIDANCE AND THREAT ASSESSMENT SYSTEMSRobert F. Riggs16 - 34
ARE THE LEGAL FRONTIERS OF NAVIGATION IN PERIL?L. Jarett35 - 36
A SECOND GENERATION NAVY SATELLITE MARINE NAVIGATION SYSTEMA. R. Dennis37 - 43
THE USE OF THE HP-35 CALCULATOR FOR SIGHT REDUCTIONS. Rigby44 - 45
THE NAV-AID: A CALCULATOR FOR NAVIGATIONR. G. Hirsch and R. L. Charlton46 - 53
AN AZIMUTH DETERMINATION SYSTEM UTILIZING THE NAVY NAVIGATION SATELLITESJ. R. Albertine54 - 60
MIXED INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMS FOR SURFACE EFFECT SHIPSC. SanGiovanni, Jr. and J. Moryl61 - 78
ENHANCEMENT OF SHIP'S RADAR TRANSPONDER FOR COLLISION AVOIDANCE EFFECTIVENESSC. A. Abramowski79 - 82
PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS IN CELESTIAL NAVIGATIONR. M. Leve83 - 87
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-88 - 89
REVIEWS OF RECENT BOOKS-90 - 90
   Volume 21, Number 2 (Summer 1974)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
SYSTEM DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF ESGM/SINS NAVIGATION SYSTEMSH. J. Sandbery and A. Duslonan91 - 101
EVALUATING THE ACCURACY OF OMEGA PREDICTED PROPAGATION CORRECTIONSA. B. Calvo and J. E. Bortz, Sr.102 - 112
RADIO NAVIGATION ACTIVITIES WITHIN THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSER. N. Parker113 - 116
A REVIEW AND APPLICATIONS OF VLF AND LF TRANSMISSIONS FOR NAVIGATION AND TRACKINGJ. M. Beukers117 - 133
FULLY AUTOMATIC LORAN-C FOR COMMERCIAL AIRLINESJ. Hopkins134 - 142
ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION REQUIREMENTS OF THE MERCHANT MARINE DECK OFFICERM. H. Carpenter, and W. M. Waldo143 - 149
AIRCRAFT POSITIONING WITH MULTIPLE DMER. Latham150 - 158
MEETING THE MARITIME REQUIREMENTS IN UNITED STATES WATERSD. T. Haislip and A. Goldsmith159 - 164
PRACTICAL ELECTRONIC POSITION FIXING FOR SMALL CRAFTR. W. Merriam165 - 169
THE CONVENTIONAL ILS-SO WHAT'S NEW?J. J. Battistelli170 - 183
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM-184 - 184
   Volume 21, Number 3 (Fall 1974)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
THE IMPACT OF THE CHOICE OF FREQUENCY AND MODULATION ON RADIO NAVIGATION SYSTEMSJ. R. Johler185 - 193
FLIGHT TESTS OF TWO AIRBORNE OMEGA NAVIGATION SYSTEMSF. C. Sakran, Jr. and P. B. Burch194 - 207
A COMPARISON OF AUTOMATIC VEHICLE TRACKING SYSTEMSF. J. Chambers and R. S. Stapleton208 - 222
HOW TO HARVEST THE FULL POTENTIAL OF LORAN-CL. F. Fehlner and T. A. McCarty223 - 233
CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS IN LORAN-DR. L. Frank234 - 241
MARINE INSTRUMENTATION DEVELOPMENTSA. E. Fiore242 - 248
A DIP SHORT NOMOGRAMM. F. A'Hearn249 - 251
PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS IN THE SATELLITE RELAY OF OMEGA FOR SEARCH AND RESCUE PURPOSESW. E. Rupp, Jr. and P. J. Steen252 - 257
AREA NAVIGATION AND TERMINAL AREA TRAFFIC CONTROLN. B. Hemesath and J. M. H. Bruckner258 - 263
DIFFERENTIAL OMEGA NAVIGATION FOR THE U. S. COASTAL CONFLUENCE AREAE. R. Swanson, D. J. Adrian, and P. H. Levine264 - 271
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM-272 - 274
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-275 - 278
   Volume 21, Number 4 (Winter 1974)
TitleAuthorPage Numbers
PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM SKYLAB EXPERIMENT T002, MANUAL NAVIGATIONS. W. Powers279 - 287
A FLEXIBLE, LOW-COST APPROACH TO DIFFERENTIAL OMEGAD. A. Zomick288 - 297
MULTIPLE TARGET TRACKING AND TARGET ATTITUDE DETERMINATION WITH A SCANNING LASER RADART. Flom and D. Coombes298 - 309
CONCEPTS FOR FUTURE VESSEL TRAFFIC SYSTEMSA. J. Cote, Jr.310 - 319
OPTIMAL ESTIMATION OF A MULTI-STAR FIXC. De Wit320 - 325
LATERALLY DISPLACED ISLS ANTENNA FOR TACTICAL RADARN. Marchand and D. Riva326 - 332
IN-ORBIT PERFORMANCE OF THE OAO INERTIAL REFERENCE UNITR. A. Harris333 - 342
SIMPLIFIED DETERMINATION OF THE ELLIPSE OF UNCERTAINTYG. P. Clark343 - 350
SURVEILLANCE VELOCITY MEASUREMENTS WITH LEAST MAXIMUM ERRORJ. M. Holt and R. H. Hantilton351 - 356
THE EFFECTS OF GRAVITATIONAL UNCERTAINTIES ON THE ERRORS OF INERTIAL NAVIGATION SYSTEMSR. R. Hildebrant, K. R. Brittiny and S. J. Madden, Jr.357 - 363
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FILE-364 - 365
THE INSTITUTE'S PROFESSIONAL FORUM-366 - 366
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