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Email Address. Sign In. ICAO Doc currently recommends that periodic ground tests are performed at six monthly intervals and that flight testing is performed annually. The procedures described in the guidance material should not be considered as the only means of performing commissioning and routine MLS tests. Test methodologies other than those recommended may prove more appropriate for a particular MLS installation or operational procedure.
Site modelling techniques provide insight into the locations of regions of anomalous guidance within and outwith the MLS coverage volume, and can assist in selecting optimum ground equipment positions to minimise the effect of obstructions on MLS guidance. Although site modelling can assist in predicting the locations of regions of anomalous guidance, flight inspection remains the only means of assessing the magnitude and effects of such anomalies and of providing final assurance that an installed MLS complies with ICAO standards.
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ICAO 8071-1 Manual on Testing of Radio Navigation Aids: 2018 [paper]
Volume I of Doc provides general guidance on the extent of testing and inspection normally carried out to ensure that radio navigation systems meet the Standards and Recommended Practices in Annex The guidance is representative of practices existing in a number of States with considerable experience in the operation and maintenance of these systems. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website.
This services level includes the design phase and every other activity related to such procedure that will lead to its implementation. ESSP offers its support to execute all these activities, either they are mandatory activities and therefore are strictly regulated or recommended activities which strength the approval of the procedures to be implemented. This service is divided in separated and interconnected subservices covering all the activities the customer needs or desires to develop for the implementation of PBN procedures. These assessments are aimed to verify the suitability of GNSS systems and services to provide the required performance to support the intended implementation of PBN procedures in airports and terminal areas.