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|Watts, Chester B., Jr and Johnson, John H., Sr. (Watts Antenna Co.) "Problem Solving with Advanced Localizer
Development" Summary of several problems which can be solved through the use of recent developments in design and manufacture of highly directive runway localizer antennas.
November 19, 2004.
Johnson, John H., Sr., "Aspects of End Aspects of
End-fire Glide fire Glide
Watts, Chester B., Jr. “Instrument Landing – Does It Exist?”. Technical Memorandum: WA-TS 01.001, April 2001.
Watts Antenna Company. "DESIGN CRITERIA FOR THE WATTS MODEL 300 SERIES FRANGIBLE IMAGE GLIDE SLOPE ANTENNAS". TECHNICAL SUMMARY: WA-TS 20.002, April 2000.
Watts Antenna Company. "Monitor Circuitry For The Capture-Effect Glide Slope To Improve System Monitoring And Reduce Outages Caused By Width Channel Insensitivity To Middle Antenna Dephasing At Adverse Sites". Technical Summary: WA-TS 20.001, January 2000.Watts, Chester B., Jr. (1999). "The Instrument Landing System: Replace it, or Repair it?", The Journal of Navigation, Volume 52, Number 3, September 1999, The Royal Institute of Navigation, London, Cambridge University Press, September 1999.
Johnson, John H., Sr. and Watts, Chester B., Jr. (1999), Abstract, "Instrument Landing System (ILS) Solutions for 2000 and Beyond". Accepted for Eleventh International Flight Inspection Symposium, June 2000, Santiago, Chile, August 1999.
Watts Antenna Company. "Critical Area, Sensitive Area, and Static Reflection Sources Using Large Aperture Antennas To Improve Airport Efficiency While Relaxing Airport Development Constraints". Technical Summary: WA-TS 98.001, September 1998.
Watts Antenna Company. "Computer Modeling And Analysis Of The Course Array Path Broadening Effect On The Watts Model 201 Localizer". Technical Summary: WA-TS 97.002, November 1997.Watts Antenna Company. "Methodology To Relax The Separation Criteria For The Instrument Landing System (ILS) Localizer Using Capture-Effect, Audio Modulation Phase Control, And A Precise Timing Reference". Technical Summary: WA-TS 97.001, October 1997.
Anon., “Blind Landing - A Review”, BLEU, Royal Air Force Station, Defford, Worcestershire, 1944. (Foreword to a restoration, in 2001 by C. Watts, of a rare wartime document.)