Tracor Offering Paper On Integrated Navigation Systems

Tracor Instruments is offering free copies of a paper entitled "Integrated Satellite/Omega Navigation Systems." Presented at the 1980 RTCM Assembly in Washington, D.C., the paper highlights the advantages of combining two unique, worldwide navigation systems.

Topics covered include the problems a navigator will experience when using only Transit or the Omega navigation system by itself.

The paper discusses the tradeoffs of the various approaches available when integrating a Satellite Navigator with an Omega Navigator.

An integrated Satellite/Omega navigation system is one approach a shipowner may take to satisfy U.S. Coast Guard rule-making with respect to ships sailing into the United States Coastal Confluence Zone.

For a free copy of this informative paper, write to John L.

Hoerber, Dept. MR, Tracor Instruments, 6500 Tracor Lane, Austin, Texas 78721.

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 5,  Aug 1980

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