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Review of Instrument Landing System Mutaz

@inproceedings{Eltahier2017ReviewOI,
  title={Review of Instrument Landing System Mutaz},
  author={Mohammed Abdalla Eltahier and Prof.Khalid Hamid},
  year={2017}
}
This paper re-presents basic information regarding an instrument landing system (ILS),an ILS is a precision, radio navigation operates as a ground-based instrument approach system, using a combination of radio signals wherever as adopted by airports and airlines worldwide, which provides lateral and vertical guidance to an aircraft approaching and landing on a runway in weather conditions, that Otherwise might have cause in a missed approach and possible alternate to another airport, The aim of… 

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