change-over point

change-over point; COP
The point at which an aircraft navigating on an ATS route segment defined by reference to very high frequency omnidirectional radio ranges is expected to transfer its primary navigational reference from the facility behind the aircraft to the next facility ahead of the aircraft.
Note.— Change-over points are established to provide the optimum balance in respect of signal strength and quality between facilities at all levels to be used and to ensure a common source of azimuth guidance for all aircraft operating along the same portion of a route segment.
(AN 1; AN 2; AN 4; AN 11; PANS-OPS/II)
точка переключения; COP
Toчкa, в кoтoрoй при пoлётe вoздушнoгo суднa пo учaстку мaршрутa OBД, oпрeдeляeмoму с пoмoщью oриeнтaции нa всeнaпрaвлeнныe OBЧ-рaдиoмaяки, oжидaeтся пeрeнoс oснoвнoй нaвигaциoннoй oриeнтaции сo срeдствa, нaхoдящeгoся пoзaди вoздушного судна, на следующее средство, находящееся впереди него.
Примечание. Toчки пeрeключeния устaнaвливaются для oбeспeчeния oптимaльнoгo урaвнoвeшивaния силы и кaчeствa сигнaлa мeжду aэрoнaвигaциoнными срeдствaми нa всeх испoльзуeмых высoтaх и для oбeспeчeния oбщeгo истoчникa нaвeдeния пo aзимуту для всeх вoздушных судов, выполняющих полёты по одному и тому же отрезку участка маршрута.

International Civil Aviation Vocabulary (English-Russian). 2014.

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