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The September 1 change will mark the fourth and final phase of the plan announced in October 2004 in FAA Notice GEN04006, Revised Aircraft Equipment Suffix Table for FAA Flight Plans.
GEN04006 outlined a phased approach to enable operators to better indicate aircraft Advanced RNAV and RVSM capabilities using aircraft equipment suffixes.
Either /J, /K /L or a newly defined /Q will be filed to indicate Advanced RNAV and RVSM capabilities.
The revised aircraft equipment suffix table that will be effective on September 1, 2005 is attached to this notice.
Calculations are made in accordance with the computer algorithm and the results of each calculation is sent to the antenna for controlling the antenna position to track the target.
FTE, path definition error, and display error are considered to be insignificant for the purposes of RNP 10 approval.
The Gulf of Mexico, where single long-range navigation system (S-LRNS) RNP 10 is authorized; i.e., the Houston oceanic control area (CTA)/flight information region (FIR) and the portion of the Miami CTA/FIR overlying the Gulf of Mexico, Monterrey CTA, and Merida High CTA within the Mexico FIR/upper control area (UTA).
A section of the operators application for RNP 10 authorization., when filing an FAA Flight Plan (FAA Form 7233-1), operators will use a new set of aircraft equipment suffixes to indicate Advanced RNAV and RVSM capabilities.
The time of reception and the doppler shift of the pulses, together with the pointing angles of the airborne antenna, the time history of angular orientation and of the velocity vector of the skin tracking aircraft or missile are processed by a signal processor to generate signals that represent range, radial velocity or range rate, and the elevation and azimuth angles to the target.(RNP 10 is intended for oceanic and remote areas where aircraft separation minima on the order of 50 NM are applied.) Note: For derivative aircraft, it may be possible to utilize the database from the parent configuration to minimize the amount of additional data required to show compliance.
When parallel runway centrelines are separated by more than 9000'/2745 m (9200' if airport elevation is above 5000' MSL), no specific restrictions are imposed on simultaneous approach procedures once the aircraft is established on the final approach course.
However, when centrelines are spaced by 9000' or less, special procedures must be put in force to help preclude Loss of Separation between aircraft conducting simultaneous approaches.
Phase 3 was implemented on January 20, 2005 to coincide with RVSM implementation in the domestic U. For flight in RVSM airspace, aircraft with RNAV and RVSM capability, but not Advanced RNAV capability, will file /W.
Filing /W will not preclude such aircraft from filing and flying direct routes in enroute airspace.