The first two editions of the proposed are considered classics. They provide broad-based coverage of avionics and navigation systems with chapters written by the top experts and researchers from around the globe. A great deal has changed since the last edition was published in 1997. Not only has there been critical system changes in the aircraft, the navigation systems themselves have gone through changes that make much of the current edition completely out-of-date. The lead editor, Myron Kayton will be adding a new co-editor to this edition, Michael Braasch from Ohio University, one of the top research centers in avionic engineering. The content will be thoroughly revised and updated, but at the same time basic and historical material will be left in to provide a firm grounding in history. New and expanded content includes information on all navigation aids in current use, world-wide (e.g., GLONASS and GALILEO, trilateration), Required Navigation Performance, Integrated Avionics, baro-inertial coverage, and reduced vertical separation.
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