Flight Guidance 1

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Key Facts
Contact Prof. Dr.-Ing. Florian Holzapfel
Lukas Beller, M.Sc.
Language of Instructions German
Language of Materials English
Type / ECTS Lecture, Exercise / 5 (Master Module)
Semester Winter Semester
Time and Place Lecture: Tuesdays, 8.00-09.30, digital (TUM-Online)
Exercise: Tuesdays, 9.45-10.30, digital (TUM-Online)
Details
Prerequisites
Content / Educational Objectives
  1. Introduction and motivation
  2. Cockpit overview and flight instruments
    • air data instruments
    • gyroscopic instruments
    • magnetic instruments
    • integrated displays
  3. Legal aspect of aircraft operation
  4. Navigation
    • Inertial navigation
    • Satellite navigation
    • Radio navigation
    • Integrated navigation systems
  5. Aerial surveillance
    • Primary surveillance radar
    • Secondary surveillance radar: Mode A/C/S, ADS-B, multilateration
    • Communication: voice, datalink
Exam Exam :

  • Written, 90 Minutes
  • Mixture of short questions and calculations
  • Closed book, with calculator
Reference Literature
  • Holger Flühr, Avionik und Flugsicherungstechnik, Spinger, 2010
  • Wolf von Fabeck, Kreiselgeräte, Vogel-Verlag, 1980
  • Code of Federal Regulations, Title 14 Aeronautics and Space, Part 21, 23, 25
  • European Aviation Safety Agency, CS-23, CS-25
  • Farrell, Jay A and Barth, Matthew, The Global Positioning System & Inertial Navigation, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1999