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IPH Chapter 5

CHAPTER TITLE: Improvement Plans


Below is a list of the figures (diagrams, charts, and pictures) from the IPH Chapter 5. They are listed in the order they are found in the Instrument Procedures Handbook.


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FIGURE 5-1

Next Generation Air Transportation System (NEXGEN) introduces new technological innovations for weather forecasting, digital communications, and networking.


FIGURE 5-2

Satellite-based navigation and tracking allows more aircraft to fly closely together on more direct routes.


FIGURE 5-3

Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) systems.


FIGURE 5-4

System wide information management (SWIM)—an information management system that helps deliver high quality, timely data to improve the efficiency of the national airspace.


FIGURE 5-5

Next generation data communications provides an additional means of two-way communication for ATC clearances, instructions, advisories, flight crew requests, and reports.


FIGURE 5-6

Next generation network enabled weather (NNEW) provides a common weather picture across the NAS.


FIGURE 5-7

National airspace voice switch (NVS) will replace existing voice switching systems with single air/ground and ground/ ground voice communication systems.


FIGURE 5-8

ADS-B services provide real-time precise positioning capability to ATC and ADS-B In-equipped aircraft throughout the NAS, in all phases of flight operations.


FIGURE 5-9

Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS).


FIGURE 5-10

Ground-Based Augmentation System (GBAS).


FIGURE 5-11

NextGen improves airport surface movements, reduces spacing and separation requirements, and better manages the overall flows into and out of busy airports.


FIGURE 5-12

Head-up guidance system (HGS).


FIGURE 5-13

HGS using a holographic display.


FIGURE 5-14

A synthetic vision system (SVS) is an electronic means to display a synthetic vision image of the external scene topography to the flight crew to assist during takeoffs, landings, and en route operations.


FIGURE 5-15

An aircraft on an approach equipped with a SVS.


FIGURE 5-16

Enhanced and synthetic vision displayed on primary flight displays.


FIGURE 5-18

Portable flight bag.


FIGURE 5-19

Installed flight bag.


FIGURE 5-27

Restricted airspace.


FIGURE 5-28

Prohibited airspace.


FIGURE 5-29

Military operations area (MOA).


FIGURE 5-30

Warning area.


FIGURE 5-31

Alert area.


FIGURE 5-32

Temporary flight restriction (TFR).


FIGURE 5-33

Special use airspace charted on an aeronautical chart.


FIGURE 5-34

FAA website providing information for both special use airspace and temporary flight restrictions.


FIGURE 5-35

Center locations and information available to pilots through the FAA website.


FIGURE 5-36

State information available to pilots through the FAA website.


FIGURE 5-37

Map layer options and information available to pilots through the FAA website.


FIGURE 5-38

Airport information available to pilots through the FAA website.


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