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Radio navigation

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Radio navigation is the application of radio frequencies. It is used to find a position of an object on the Earth through the vessel or an obstruction.[1][2][3]

Radio navigation is commonly used in air, land and marine navigation.[4]

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  1. Dutton, Benjamin (2004). "15 – Basic Radio Navigation". Dutton's Nautical Navigation (15 ed.). Naval Institute Press. pp. 154–163. ISBN 155750248X.
  2. Kayton, Myron; Walter R. Fried (1997). "4 – Terrestrial Radio-Navigation Systems". Avionics Navigation Systems. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 99–177.
  3. "Low Frequency Radio Range, Flying the Beam". Archived from the original on 2021-01-16. Retrieved 2021-02-01.
  4. Specht, Cezary (2021). "Radio navigation systems: definitions and classifications". The Journal of Navigation. 74 (5): 945–954. doi:10.1017/S0373463321000369. ISSN 0373-4633. S2CID 235527652.

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