(5) The VOR frequency.
(6) The published magnetic variation of the
(7) The latitude and longitude of the VOR.
The nine VORs nearest to the aircrafts present
position may be displayed. When a VOR page is
displayed as part of the nearest VOR list, the latitude
and longitude is replaced with the bearing and
distance to the VOR.
NDB's which are combined with outer
markers (compass locators) are usually not
stored with NDB's. However, they are
always stored with intersections and are
found on the INT page by using the outer
compass locator name, not the NDB
identifier. There is also a nearest NDB list.
When an NDB page is displayed as one of
longitude are replaced with the bearing and
distance to the NDB.
3D-14. NDB PAGE.
a. NDB Page Display. Refer to Figure 3D-26.
N 38o 32.55
W 95o 15.26
Figure 3D-26. NDB Page
(1) The NDB identifier. An arrow precedes
the identifier if it is the active waypoint.
(2) The name of the NDB.
(3) The NDB frequency.
(4) The latitude and longitude.
3D-15. INTERSECTION PAGE.
a. Intersection Page Display. The intersection
pages contain the named low altitude, high altitude,
approach, and SID/STAR intersections as well as
outer makers and outer compass locators. Refer to
(1) The intersection, outer marker, or outer
compass locator name.
N 39o 13.25
W 94o 33.84
Figure 3D-27. Intersection Page
(2) The location of the intersection, outer
marker, or outer compass locator expressed in terms
of a radial and distance from a nearby VOR. The KLN
90B chooses the closest VOR. It takes a few seconds
for the VOR ident, radial, and distance to be calculated
intersection, outer marker, or outer compass locator.
The identifier of another VOR may be entered in the
REF field and the page will compute and display the
radial and distance from that VOR to the intersection.
This information is not stored with the INT page and is
lost when leaving the page.
1. Display the desired intersection page.
2. Press the right CRSR button to turn
on the cursor function.
3. Rotate the right outer knob until the
cursor is positioned over the identifier
adjacent to REF.
4. Use the right inner and outer knobs to
select the desired identifier.