From: email@example.com (Kevin Driscoll) Organization: Honeywell Systems & Research Center Date: 13 Jan 93 16:21:50 PST References: 1 2 3 Followups: 1
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In article <airliners.1993.36@ohare.Chicago.COM> firstname.lastname@example.org.EDU (Keith Barr) writes: > >Wouldn't there be a change in attitude if the autopilot was engaged, >which it obviously was, and if the navigation equipment was disturbed by RF? I was thinking that transient jumps in the radio nav would be rejected when compared to the INS. But, since the DC-10 is an old analog system, maybe there is no comparison or filtering of the radio nav and INS as they go into the autopilot. There might be just a simple switch that selects INS for over water and radio nav for land. In this case, it is possible (but highly improbable) that a CD player could effect the radio nav (which is forward and under the cockpit).