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A type of navigation beacon that does not broadcast directional information, but, instead, must be located by figuring out the direction from which the NDB's signal is strongest.

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How do I calculate drift based on NDB readings?

An aircraft is to track from NDB A to NDB B. The RMI of NDB B reads 357 & RMI of NDB A reads 177. The aircraft is: A: Drifted left of track B: Drifted right of track C: On track I think it is 'C' ...
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What is meant by Manual Tuning of ADF/NDB using BFO? [duplicate]

As NDB transmission is either N0NA1A(requires BFO to be turned on for Manual Tuning, Identification and Monitoring) or N0NA2A(BFO turned on only for Manual Tuning). My question is what exactly is ...
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What is the difference between a non-directional signal and an omidirectional signal from a radio aid?

NDB's are non directional and VOR's are omnidirectional. What is the difference between a signal that is non directional and a signal that is omidirectional, if any?
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What is the difference between an Non-Directional Beacon and a Compass Locator Beacon?

What is the difference between a Non-Directional Beacon and a Compass Locator Beacon?
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How can I determine the relative bearing to an NDB using the G1000?

For using an NDB, a pilot should know to MH+RB=MH. But I have never seen a relative bearing displayed in the G1000. Could you let me know where to see the relative bearing in the G1000?
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How do I find the magnetic bearing to the station in this question?

In my PPL trial test, I have the following question regarding an NDB: Consult Figure 3, Illustration 6. On a magnetic heading of 160°, the magnetic bearing to the station is: 045° 205° ...