A list of stations providing radio navigation

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A list of stations providing radio navigation services estab- lished for en-route purposes and arranged alphabetically by name of the station, including: 1) name of the station and magnetic variation to the nearest degree and for VOR, station declination to the nearest degree used for technical line-up of the aid; 2) identification; 3) frequency/channel for each element; 4) hours of operation; 5) geographical coordinates in degrees, minutes and seconds of the position of the transmitting antenna; 6) elevation of the transmitting antenna of DME to the nearest 30 m (100 ft); and 7) remarks. If the operating authority of the facility is other than the designated governmental agency, the name of the operating authority must be indicated in the remarks column. Facility coverage must be indicated in the remarks column. ENR 4.2 Special navigation systems Description of stations associated with special navigation systems (DECCA, LORAN, etc.), including: 1) name of station or chain; 2) type of service available (master signal, slave signal, colour); 3) frequency (channel number, basic pulse rate, recurrence rate, as applicable); 4) hours of operation; 5) geographical coordinates in degrees, minutes and seconds of the position of the transmitting station; and 6) remarks. If the operating authority of the facility is other than the designated governmental agency, the name of the operating authority must be indicated in the remarks column. Facility coverage must be indicated in the remarks column. ENR 4.3 Global navigation satellite system (GNSS) A list and description of elements of the global navigation satellite system (GNSS) providing the navigation service established for en-route purposes and arranged alphabetically by name of the element, including: 1) the name of the GNSS element (GPS, GLONASS, EGNOS, MSAS, WAAS, etc.); 2) frequency(ies), as appropriate; 3) geographical coordinates in degrees, minutes and seconds of the nominal service area and coverage area; and 4) remarks. If the operating authority of the facility is other than the designated governmental agency, the name of the operating authority must be indicated in the remarks column. ENR 4.4 Name-code designators for significant points An alphabetically arranged list of name-code designators (five-letter pronounceable “name-code”) established for sig- nificant points at positions not marked by the site of radio navigation aids, including: 1) name-code designator; 2) geographical coordinates in degrees, minutes and seconds of the position; and 3) reference to ATS or other routes where the point is located. ENR 4.5 Aeronautical ground lights — en-route A list of aeronautical ground lights and other light beacons designating geographical positions which are selected by the State as being significant, including: 1) name of the city or town or other identification of the beacon; 2) type of beacon and intensity of the light in thousands of candelas; 3) characteristics of the signal; 4) operational hours; and 5) remarks.
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Annex 15 — Aeronautical Information Services Appendix 1 25/11/04 APP 1-14 ENR 5. NAVIGATION WARNINGS ENR 5.1
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