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IPH Chapter 6

CHAPTER TITLE: Airborne Navigation Databases


Below is a list of the figures (diagrams, charts, and pictures) from the IPH Chapter 6. They are listed in the order they are found in the Instrument Procedures Handbook.


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FIGURE 6-1

Area navigation (RNAV) receivers.


FIGURE 6-2

GPS with a flight route on display.


FIGURE 6-3

FMS display.


FIGURE 6-4

Fly-by-waypoints and fly-over-waypoints.


FIGURE 6-5

Initial fix.


FIGURE 6-6

Track to a fix leg type.


FIGURE 6-7

Constant radius arc or RF leg.


FIGURE 6-8

Course to a fix or CF leg.


FIGURE 6-9

Direct to a fix or DF leg.


FIGURE 6-10

Fix to an altitude or FA leg.


FIGURE 6-11

Track from a fix from a distance or FC leg.


FIGURE 6-12

Track from a fix to a DME distance or FD leg.


FIGURE 6-13

From a fix to a manual termination or FM leg.


FIGURE 6-14

Course to an altitude or CA leg.


FIGURE 6-15

Course to a DME distance of CD leg.


FIGURE 6-16

Course to an intercept or CI leg.


FIGURE 6-17

Course to a radial termination or CR leg.


FIGURE 6-18

Arc to a fix or AF leg.


FIGURE 6-19

Heading to an altitude termination or VA leg.


FIGURE 6-20

Heading to a DME distance termination or VD leg.


FIGURE 6-21

Heading to an intercept or VI leg.


FIGURE 6-22

Heading to a manual termination or VM leg.


FIGURE 6-23

Heading to a radial termination or VR leg.


FIGURE 6-24

Procedure turn or PI leg.


FIGURE 6-25

Racetrack course reversal or HA, HF, and HM leg.


FIGURE 6-26

Grand Junction Five Departure.


FIGURE 6-27

Channel One Departure.


FIGURE 6-28

ILS or LOC/DME RWY 3 in Durango, Colorado.


FIGURE 6-29

Naming conventions of three different systems for the VOR 34 Approach.


FIGURE 6-30

Database rolls.


FIGURE 6-31

Manufacturer’s naming conventions.


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