China Southern also selected the following sensors: ADF-900 Automatic Direction Finder, DME-900 Distance Measuring Equipment, HFS-900D High Speed Data Radio, VHF-2100 Very High Frequency Transceiver, CPL-920D Coupling Unit and VOR-900 VHF Omnidirectional Radio.
What does D/F stand for?
D/F stands for Direction Finder
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See other definitions of D/F
We have 52 other meanings of D/F in our Acronym Attic
- Direct Debit (banking)
- Dishwasher and Disposal (rental properties)
- Drift Down
- Disinfection and Disinfection By-products
- Demilitarization/Disposal Surveillance
- Depression/Elevation (Angle)
- Depth of Field
- Dioxins and Furans
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The package also includes Automatic Direction Finder, Distance Measuring Equipment, High Speed Data Radio, Very High Frequency Transceiver and Omni-directional Radio.
Emirates also selected the following sensors: ADF-900 Automatic Direction Finder, DME-900 Distance Measuring Equipment, HFS-900D High Speed Data Radio, VHF-2100 Very High Frequency Transceiver, CPL-920D Coupling Unit, and VOR-900 VHF Omnidirectional Radio, the statement said.
Although invented for military use with the Global Positioning Satellite system, such receivers now are used by civilians for the following: * Direction finders while driving, hiking or boating * For surveying and map-making * For tracking individuals, vehicles, and wildlife * For other purposes Similarly, night vision technology invented for the military is available to civilian motorists, pilots and law enforcement agents.
It is also faster, can carry four crew members instead of just three like the previous boat and has a combined radar and chart plotter, as well as a radio direction finder previously only found on all-weather lifeboats, to help in poor weather conditions.
Every one of those planes had a radio and a direction finder.
Radio Direction Finders (RDFs) were once the primary method for ships and aircraft to navigate; most of us have seen pictures of World War II airplanes with the familiar loop antenna projecting out of the fuselage, ready to direct the fighter or bomber home after a mission.