receiver autonomous integrity monitoring


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receiver autonomous integrity monitoring

[ri‚sēv·ər ȯ¦tän·ə·məs in′teg·rəd·ē ‚män·ə·triŋ]
(navigation)
A method of providing consistency for the Global Positioning System (GPS) within the user avionics by checking the consistency of range measurements from redundant observations on GPS satellites. Abbreviated RAIM.

receiver autonomous integrity monitoring (RAIM)

A technique in which an airborne global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receiver/processor autonomously monitors the integrity of the navigation signals from GNSS satellites. See also global navigation satellite system.
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The agreement includes both paper and digital Jeppesen charts, FliteDeck Pro, electronic flight bag (EFB) services, NavData digital navigation services, Airport Moving Map capabilities, e-Link digital chart library services and Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring (RAIM) prediction technology.
A study in the broad spectrum is proposed here on everything that contributes to the integrity in the broad sense not limited to only formulations from civil aviation and not limited to only such solutions RAIM (receiver autonomous integrity monitoring).