AIM Data Catalogue

All subjects, properties and sub-properties of:

Navaid

Number of rows : 56
Subject Property Sub-Property ID Type Description Note Reference Accuracy Integrity Origin type Pub. Resolution Chart Resolution ADQ HL-Ref IFR Accuracy IFR Integrity VFR Accuracy VFR Integrity NatDqr Reference
Radio navigation aidType548TextType of radio navigation aidAnnex 15 App 1 GEN 2.5 Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.19 1)
Identification549TextThe code assigned to uniquely identify the navaidAnnex 15 App 1 GEN 2.5 Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.19 2)
Name550TextThe textual name assigned to the navaid Annex 15 App 1 GEN 2.5 Annex 15 App 1 ENR 4.1
Purpose551Code listIndication whether navigation aid serves en-route (E), aerodrome (A) or dual (AE) purposes.Annex 15 App 1 GEN 2.5 4)
Aerodrome served552TextThe ICAO location indicator or name of the aerodromes servedAnnex 15 App 1 AD 3.18 7)
Runway served556TextDesignator of the runway served Info Berz
Operating authority557TextName of the operating authority of the facilityAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.19 Annex 15 App 1 ENR 4.1
Type of supported ops558Code listIndication of the type of supported operation for ILS/MLS and GBASAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.19 1)
Co-location 559TextInformation that a navaid is co-located with another navaidInfo Berz
Hours of operation560ScheduleThe hours of operation of the radio navigation aidAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.19 4) Annex 15 App 1 GEN 4.1
Magnetic variationAngle582AngleThe magnetic variation at the radio navigation aidILS Localizer NDBAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.19 1) Annex 14 I App 5 Table A5-3 Annex 11 App 5 Table 31 degree 1 degreeessential routinesurveyed surveyed1 degree 1 degreeDM001; DM002; DM007 1 degree 1 degreeessential routine
Date583DateThe date on which the magnetic variation had the corresponding value.Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.19 1)
Station declination562AngleAn alignment variation of the navaid between the zero degree radial and true north, determined at the time the station is calibrated.VOR/ILS/MLSAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.19 1)1 degree surveyedessentialEU-R139/2014, AMC1 ADR.OPS.A.010
Zero bearing direction563TextDirection of the "zero bearing" provided by the station. For example: magnetic north, true northVORAIXM 5.1
Frequency564ValueFrequency or tuning frequency of the radio navigation aid Annex 15 App 1 AD 2.19 3) Annex 15 App 1 GEN 4.1routine
Channel 565TextThe channel number of the radio navigation aidDMEAnnex 10 3 Table A Annex 15 App 1 GEN 4.1
Position566PointGeographical location of the radio navigation aidAerodrome Navaid / GBAS Ref Point / EnrouteAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.19 5) Annex 14 Annex 14 App 5 Table A5-1, Annex 15 App 7 Table A7-1 Annex 10 Vol 1, Chapter 3 App B 3.6.7.2.3.4 Recommendation Annex 15 App 7 Table A7-2, Annex 11 App 5 Table 13 m / 1 m / 100 messential / / essentialsurveyed / / surveyed1/10 sec / / 1 secas plotted LL009; LL0103 m / 1 m / 100 messential / / essential
Elevation567ElevationThe elevation of the transmitting antenna of DME The elevation of GBAS reference pointDME has / DME/P / GBAS Ref PointAnnex 15 App 7 Table A7-2 Annex 11 App 5 Table 2 Annex 14 App 5 Table A5-2 Annex 10 Vol 1, Chapter 3 App B 3.6.7.2.3.4 Recommendation, Annex 15 App 7 Table A7-230 m (100 ft) / 3 m / 0.25 messential / essential / essentialsurveyed / surveyed / 30 m (100 ft) / 3 m (10 ft) / 1 m or 1 ft30 m (100 ft) / / EH024; EH026; EH03730 m (100 ft) / 3 m / 0.25 messential / essential / essential
Ellipsoidal height568HeightThe ellipsoid height of the GBAS reference point,GBASAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.19 6) (AMDT 38)0.1 mcritical
Localizer alignmentBearing584BearingThe localizer course ILS LocalizerAnnex 14 App 5 Table A5-41/100 degessentialsurveyed1/100 degree(if true)1 degreeBR0051/100 degessential
Type585TextType of localizer alligment, true or magneticILS Localizer
Zero azimuth alignment570BearingMLS zero azimuth alignmentMLSAnnex 14 App 5 Table A5-41/100 degessentialsurveyed1/100 degree(if true)1 degreeBR0071/100 degessential
Angle571AngleThe angle of the glide path of an ILS or the normal glide path angle for the MLS installationILS GP /MLSAIXMDM0051/10 degreeroutine
RDH572ValueThe value of the ILS Reference Datum Height (ILS RDH).ILS GPAnnex 11 App 5 Table 20.5 mcriticalcalculated0.1 m or 0.1 ft0.1 m or 0.1 ftEH0160.5 mcritical
Localizer antenna rwy end distance573DistanceILS localizer runway/FATO end distanceILS LocalizerAnnex 14 2.5.1 j)3 mroutinecalculated1 m or 1 ftas plottedLD023; LD0243 mroutine
ILS glideslope antenna TRSH distance574DistanceILS glideslope antenna - threshold distance along centerlineILS GPAnnex 14 2.5.1 j)3 mroutinecalculated1 m or 1 ftas plottedLD0253 mroutine
ILS marker TRSH distance575DistanceILS marker - threshold distanceILS Annex 14 2.5.1 j)3 messentialcalculated1 m or 1 ft2/10 km(1/10 NM)LD0273 messential
ILS DME antenna TRSH distance576DistanceILS DME antenna - threshold distance along centerlineILSAnnex 14 2.5.1 j)3 messentialcalculated1 m or 1 ftas plottedLD0293 messential
MLS azimuth antenna rwy end distance577DistanceMLS azimuth antenna - runway/FATO end distanceMLSAnnex 14 2.5.1 j)3 mroutinecalculated1 m or 1 ftas plottedLD031; LD0323 mroutine
MLS elevation antenna TRHS distance578DistanceMLS elevation antenna - threshold distance along centre lineMLSAnnex 14 2.5.1 j)3 mroutinecalculated1 m or 1 ftas plottedLD0333 mroutine
MLS DME antenna TRHS distance579DistanceMLS DME/P antenna - threshold distance along centre lineMLSAnnex 14 2.5.1 j)3 messentialcalculated1 m or 1 ftas plottedLD0353 messential
Signal polarization580Code listGBAS signal polarization (GBAS/H or GBAS/E)GBASAnnex 10 Vol I, Att. D, 7.1.10
DOC581TextDesignated operational coverage (DOC or stadard service volume SSV) as range r service volume radius from the navaid / GBAS reference point, height and sectors if requiredAnnex 15 App 1 AD 2.19 7) (AMDT 38) Annex 15 App1 ENR 4.1
GNSSName587TextThe name of the GNSS element (GPS, GBAS, GLONASS, EGNOS, MSAS, WAAS, etc.) Annex 15 App 1 ENR 4.3
Frequency588ValueFrequency of the GNSSas appropriateAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.3
Service area589PolygonGeographical location of the GNSS service areaAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.3
Coverage area590PolygonGeographical location of the GNSS coverage areaAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.3
Operating authority591TextName of the operating authority of the facilityAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.3
Aeronautical ground lightsType594TextType of beaconAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.5
Designator595TextThe code assigned to uniquely identify to the beaconAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.5
Name596TextThe name of the city or town or other identification of the beacon Annex 15 App 1 ENR 4.5
Intensity597ValueIntensity of the light of the beaconAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.51000 candela
Characteristics598TextInformation about the characteristics of beaconAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.5
Hours of operations599ScheduleThe hours of operation of the beaconAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.5
Position600PointGeographical location of the beaconDoc 8126 Appendix ENR 4.5 5)NIL ?
Marine lights 601PointGeographical location of the beaconAnnex 4 16.9.7
Visibility range602DistanceThe visibility range of the beaconAnnex 4 16.9.7
Characteristics603TextInformation about the characteristics of the beaconAnnex 4 16.9.7
Special navigation systemType605TextType of service available (master signal, slave signal, colour);Annex 15 App 1 ENR 4.2
Designator606TextThe code assigned to uniquely identify to the special navigation systemAIXM 5.1
Name607TextThe textual name assigned to the special navigation systemAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.2
Frequency608ValueFrequency (channel number, basic pulse rate, recurrence rate, as applicable) of the special navigation systemAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.2
Hours of operations609ScheduleThe hours of operation of the special navigation systemAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.2
Position610PointGeographical location of the transmitting stationAnnex 11 App 5 Table 1 Annex 15 App 1 ENR 4.2100 messentialsurveyed/calculatedLL005100 messential
Operating authority611TextName of the operating authority of the facilityAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.2
Facility coverage612TextDescription of special navigation system facility coverageAnnex 15 App 1 ENR 4.2
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