DME fix

DME fix

The geographical position determined by reference to a navigational aid (NAVAID), which provides distance and azimuth information, and defined by a specified distance in nautical miles and magnetic radial degrees from the NAVAID.
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You didn't say it aloud, but you may well have been thinking it when the controller directed, "N12345, hold northeast of XYZ on the 050 radial, 20 DME fix, three-mile legs.
The AIM states that operators may use a suitable RNAV to determine aircraft position relative to a DME fix.
Yes, of course, identifying a DME fix can be done using DME or a suitable RNAV.
3 DME fix depicted as applying to localizer minimums only?
If you flew into O'Hare years ago you may remember the ILS to Runway 14R had a 15 DME fix SEXXY and a FAF KINKY.
In fact, DME can't be required for the ILS per TERPS paragraph 161a: "ILS procedures do not require DME to fly the final approach, even if a DME fix has been substituted for one of the marker beacons, therefore, ILS procedures shall not be named ILS/DME.
I can't agree that your guess on the reason for the Hallsville 270 radial, 19 DME fix, on the St.
3 Change 19, "ILS procedures do not require DME to fly the final approach, even if a DME fix has been substituted for one of the marker beacons; therefore, ILS procedures shall not be named ILS/DME.
There's an ILS, but the missed approach holding point is a DME fix off a nearby VOR.
It's easy to see that on the short arrow off HUL which shows a route at 3100 to the IAF at a 25-mile DME fix from PQ1.