inertial navigator

inertial navigator

[i′nər·shəl ′nav·ə‚gād·ər]
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(13) Wrigley's conclusion that a "damped gyroscopic servo-controlled by a pendulum," offered the most practical solution lad the ground work for constructing an inertial navigator adding to Doc's conviction that such systems were now a possibility.
Honeywell Aerospace has signed a licensing agreement with Tata Power's Strategic Engineering Division (SED), to enable it to produce Honeywell's Tactical Advanced Land Inertial Navigator, or 'Talin' in India.
The NAV had the ASN-42 inertial navigator, the APN-153 Doppler/drift computer and an airmass computer, using both electronic and hand-entered information.

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