DME distance

DME distance

The line of sight distance (slant range) from the source of a DME signal to the receiving antenna (ICAO). DME stands for distance-measuring equipment.
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ILS (LLZ and GP) instrument landing equipment and DME distance measuring equipment supply and installation;
With the latest software and the new GAD 43e adapter, the G600 and G500 can display and control altitude preselect and vertical speed, and display DME distance, analog radar altitude, analog nav data and more.
There are instances in which a radar call-out from ATC or identifying the intersection with a VOR radial or DME distance report can preserve the approach's original minimums.
You'll turn inbound when your DME distance from the VOR is 4.
The L-3 TACAN, boasting the world's smallest and lightweight TACAN design, will provide vital navigation information, such as DME distance, TACAN radial or bearing, decoded station ident, ground speed and time-to-station.
The default one is an intersection or DME distance from the Snow VOR (SXW).
Arcs were defined by a DME distance (radius) from a specific VOR (fix).
When making a tear drop entry to a DME hold, should the entry leg be flown for 1 minute or the DME distance mandated by the hold?
As specified by the second letter, the leg can terminate at an altitude (A), DME distance (D), a fix (F), intercept of the next leg (I), a radial (R) or even manually (M).
Specify a VOR, radial and DME distance along the radial, e.
DME Distance Measuring Equipment: A technology that times a radio pulse and its return to measure distance from an aircraft to a ground station.
When the only other stuff to look at are a couple VOR needles, a folded chart and, maybe, a DME distance, the remaining 50 percent is more than ample.