ILS (Instrument Landing System) Mathematical Modeling Study on the Effects of Proposed Hangar Construction West of Runway 18R on Localizer Performance at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport
Technical note for period ending Mar 89,
FEDERAL AVIATION ADMINISTRATION TECHNICAL CENTER ATLANTIC CITY NJ
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This Technical Note describes the instrument landing system ILS math modeling performed by the Federal Aviation Administration FAA Technical Center at the request of the Southwest Region. Computed data are presented showing the effects of several proposed hangar configurations on the performance of the ILS localizer for runway 18R at the Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport. The Southwest Region is concerned that reflections from the proposed hangars may degrade the localizer course beyond category II tolerances. Modeled course structure results indicate that category II localizer performance should be obtained with the existing 146 Type IB antenna for the proposed hangar configurations. Computed clearance orbit results indicate satisfactory linearity, course crossover, and signal clearance levels.
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