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Omega navigational facility : agreement between the United States of America and Australia, effected by exchange of notes signed at Canberra, March 28 and 30, 1995 by Australia
LCC
  184 3 1995 1999
Omega Navigational Station : agreement between the United States of America and Egypt, signed at Alexandria June 14, 1980 by Egypt
LCC
  183 2 1998 1998
The evaluation of VLF guided waves as possible earthquake precursors by Michael, Andrew J
DDC
  124 1 1996 1996
Loran-C and Omega : a study of the military importance of radio navigation aids by Wilkes, Owen
DDC/LCC
  86 9 1987 1987
Navigation, OMEGA navigation facility : agreement between the United States of America and South Africa, signed at Pretoria and Washington May 17 and June 4, 1982 by South Africa
LCC
  68 2 1985 1985
Radionavigation systems
LCC
  61 1 1984 1984
Omega global radionavigation : a guide for users
DDC/LCC
  52 1 1983 1983
Omega propagation correction tables for 10.2 kHz : area 08, Asia, station F (Argentina) by United States.
LCC
  50 3 1983 1984
Omega tables : long path tables for experimental use : area 11, North America, pair D-E, D-North Dakota (short path) E-Reunion (long path) by United States. Defense Mapping Agency. Hydrographic/Topographic Center
DDC
  47 2 1980 1980
Omega tables : long path tables for experimental use : area 10, Central Pacific, pair A-F, A-Norway (short path) F-Argentina (long path) by United States. Defense Mapping Agency. Hydrographic/Topographic Center
DDC
  47 2 1980 1980
Omega tables : long path tables for experimental use : area 11, North America, pair E-F, E-Reunion (long path) F-Argentina (short path) by United States. Defense Mapping Agency. Hydrographic/Topographic Center
DDC
  46 1 1980 1980
Omega tables : long path tables for experimental use : area 10, Central Pacific, pair D-F, D-North Dakota (short path) F-Argentina (long path) by United States. Defense Mapping Agency. Hydrographic/Topographic Center
DDC
  45 2 1980 1980
Omega table : area 18, South Atlantic, pair A-B (Norway-Liberia) by United States.
LCC
  45 2 1978 1978
Omega propagation correction tables for 10.2 kHz : area 14, Indian Ocean, station E (reunion)
DDC/LCC
  38 2 1985 1985
Omega propagation correction tables for 10.2 kHz : area 18, South Atlantic, station F (Argentina) by United States.
LCC
  35 2 1981 1981
Omega tables : long path tables for experimental use : area 11, North America, pair A-E, A-Norway (short path), E-Reunion (long path)
DDC
  35 1 1980 1980
Omega propagation correction tables for 10.2 kHz : area 11, North America, station A (Norway) by United States.
LCC
  34 2 1981 1981
Report from the Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence on Omega navigational installation by Australia. Parliament. Joint Committee on Foreign Affairs and Defence
LCC
  30 1 1975 1975
Proceedings of the first Omega symposium by OMEGA Symposium (1st : 1971 : Washington, D.C.)
LCC
  21 4 1971 1971
Omega propagation correction tables for 10.2 kHz by United States. Defense Mapping Agency. Hydrographic Center
DDC
  20 3 1976 1976
Omega in the Atlantic (1963-1965) : in-port measurements from HMS Vidal and HR. MS. Snellius on oceanographic survey Navado by Swanson, E. R. (Earl Raymond), 1921-
LCC
  20 5 1966 1966
Report of the Ad Hoc Committee on the Omega Navigation System, August 1968 by Royal Society of New Zealand. Ad Hoc Committee on the Omega Navigation System
DDC/LCC
  19 1 1968 1968
Omega propagation correction tables for 13.6 kHZ
DDC
  18 2 ???? ????
Marine omega receiving equipment performance specification 1976 : performance specification for a general purpose shipborne navigational omega receiving equipment by Great Britain. Department of Trade
DDC/LCC
  16 2 1976 1976
Implementation and testing of a proposed differential omega system by Vence, Robert Lawrence
DDC/LCC
  16 4 1972 1972
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