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NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMNS–1NAVIGATION SYSTEMPRECAUTIONNOTICE:When disconnecting the cable from the negative (-)battery terminal, initialize the following systems after thecable is reconnected.System NameSee procedurePower Window Control SystemIN-32NS

NS–2NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMPARTS LOCATIONENGINE ROOM RELAY BLOCK, RELAY BLOCK- BK/UP LP RELAY- DOME FUSENSB128129E03

NS–3NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMOVERHEAD JUNCTION BLOCK- MICROPHONEFRONT NO. 2SPEAKER LHSTEREO COMPONENTAMPLIFIERFRONT NO. 1SPEAKER LHNAVIGATION ECUMULTI-DISPLAYGATEWAY ECUNSGPS ANTENNARADIO RECEIVERDRIVER SIDEJUNCTION BLOCK- ACC FUSE- ECU-IG FUSE- ECU-B FUSESPIRAL CABLESTEERING PADSWITCH RHSTEERING PAD SWITCH LHE126479E02

NS–4NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMSYSTEM DIAGRAMSteering Pad SwitchStereo ComponentAmplifier*2SpeakersAir Conditioning AmplifierRadio Receiver*2Gateway ECU*2NS*3Combination MeterTelevision Camera*3Multi-display*1MicrophoneBK/UP LP RelayGPS Antenna*1: Master Unit*2: Slave Unit*3: w/ Rear View Monitor SystemBEANNavigation ECU*2AVC-LANE126410E01

NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMNS–5SYSTEM DESCRIPTION1.NAVIGATION SYSTEM OUTLINE(a) Vehicle position tracking methods(1) It is essential that the navigation systemcorrectly tracks the current vehicle position anddisplays it on the map. There are 2 methods totrack the current vehicle position: autonomous(dead reckoning) and GPS* (satellite)navigation. Both navigation methods are used inconjunction with each other.HINT:*: GPS (Global Positioning System)NS

NS–6NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMGPS SatelliteNavigationLocation byAutonomousNavigationGyro SensorLocation by GPSNavigationGPS AntennaECUVehicle Speed SensorNavigation ECUGPS AntennaNSReceive SatelliteRadio WaveDetect MeasurementPositionGPS CorrectionVehicle Speed SensorCreate Current VehiclePosition Tracking DataDetect VehicleRunning DistanceDetect DirectionChangeMulti-displayGyro SensorMap MatchingCorrectionMap DiscMap and Current VehiclePosition Data ProcessingNavigation ScreenMap ScrollingMap Scale SwitchingE109539E03OperationDescriptionVehicle Position CalculationNavigation ECU calculates current vehicle position (direction andcurrent position) using direction deviation signal from gyro sensor andrunning distance signal from vehicle speed sensor, and createsdriving route.

NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMNS–7OperationDescriptionMap Display ProcessingNavigation ECU processing vehicle position data, vehicle runningtrack, and map data from map disc.Map MatchingMap data from the map disc is compared to vehicle position andrunning track data. Then, vehicle position is matched with nearestroad.GPS CorrectionVehicle position is matched to position measured by GPS. Then,measurement position data from GPS unit is compared with vehicleposition and running track data. If the position is very different, GPSmeasurement position is used.Distance CorrectionRunning distance signal from vehicle speed sensor includes errorcaused by tire wear and slippage between tires and road surface.Distance correction is performed to account for this. Navigation ECUautomatically offsets the running distance signal to make up fordifference between it and distance data of map. Offset is automaticallyupdated.HINT:The combination of autonomous and GPSnavigation makes it possible to display thevehicle position even when the vehicle is inplaces where the GPS radio wave cannotreceive a signal. When only autonomousnavigation is used, however, the mappingaccuracy may slightly decline.NS

NS–8NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMNavigation performed even where theGPS radio wave does not reach.- In a tunnel- In an indoor parking lot- Between tall buildings- Under an overpass- On a forest or tree-lined pathNSGPS satelliteAutonomous navigationAutonomous navigation andGPS navigationI100028E10(b) Autonomous navigationThis method determines the relative vehicle positionbased on the running track determined by the gyroand vehicle speed sensors located in the navigationECU.(1) Gyro sensorCalculates the direction by detecting angularvelocity. It is located in the navigation ECU.(2) Vehicle speed sensorUsed to calculated the vehicle running distance.(c) GPS navigation (Satellite navigation)This method detects the absolute vehicle positionusing radio waves from a GPS satellite*.HINT:*: GPS satellites were launched by the U.S.Department of Defense for military purposes.

NS–9NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMCurrent longitude/latitude/altitude is determined using the radio wave arrival time from four satellites.GPSNSI100029E05Number ofsatellitesMeasurementDescription2 or lessMeasurement impossibleVehicle position cannot be obtained because number of satellites is not enough.32-dimensional measurement ispossibleVehicle position is obtained based on current longitude and latitude (this is lessprecise than 3-dimensional measurement).43-dimensional measurement ispossibleVehicle position is obtained based on current longitude, latitude and altitude.

NS–10NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM(d) Map matchingThe current driving route is calculated byautonomous navigation (according to the gyrosensor and vehicle speed sensor) and GPSnavigation. This information is then compared withpossible road shapes from the map data in the mapdisc and the vehicle position is set onto the mostappropriate road.StartActual driving routeNSDriving route on the display(Route by estimation)L1, L2, L3L 1AL 2RoadsL 3The system compares the shape of the roads L1,L2 and L3 to the estimated running track after thevehicle makes a right turn. At point A, the vehicleposition differs enough from the shape of L1 thatthe display switches to the road L2.MapMatchingI100030E09

NS–11NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM2.OuterGlassMULTI-DISPLAY OUTLINE(a) Touch switchTouch switches are touch-sensitive (interactive)switches operated by touching the screen. When aswitch is pressed, the outer glass bends in tocontact the inner glass at the pressed position. Bydoing this, the voltage ratio is measured and thepressed position is detected.InnerVx1 (Vy1)Vy1NSVx2Vx1Vy2Vx2 (Vy2)The touch switch detects the voltage ratioand calculates the position on the screen.Touch-sensitive switch positionI100031E033.DVD (DIGITAL VERSATILE DISC) PLAYER OUTLINE(for Navigation Map)(a) The navigation ECU uses a laser pickup to read thedigital signals recorded on a DVD.CAUTION:Because the navigation system uses aninvisible laser beam, do not look directly at thelaser pickup. Be sure to only operate thenavigation as instructed.NOTICE: Do not disassemble any part of the navigationECU. Do not apply oil to the navigation ECU.

NS–12NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM Do not insert anything but a DVD into thenavigation ECU.4.BLUETOOTH is a trademarkowned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc.I101463E01BLUETOOTH OUTLINE(a) Bluetooth is a new wireless connection technologythat uses the 2.4 GHz frequency band. This makesit possible to connect a cellular phone (Bluetoothcapable phone*) to the multi-display (Bluetoothsystem is built-in), and use a handsfree functionwith the cellular phone in a pocket or bag. As aresult, it is not necessary to use a connector for thecellular phone.HINT:*: The communication performance of Bluetoothmay vary depending on the Bluetooth version,obstructions or radio wave conditions betweencommunication devices, electromagnetic radiation,communication device sensitivity, or antennacapacity.Multi-display(Built-in Bluetooth receiver antenna)NSCellular TowerCellular Phone (Bluetooth type)I100033E08

NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM5.NS–13AVC-LAN DESCRIPTION(a) What is AVC-LAN?AVC-LAN, an abbreviation for "Audio VisualCommunication Local Area Network", is a unitedstandard developed by the manufacturers inaffiliation with Toyota Motor Corporation. Thisstandard pertains to audio and visual signals as wellas switch and communication signals.ExampleRadio Receiver (Resistor 60 to 80 Ω)AVC-LANStereo Component AmplifierI100032E10(b) Purpose:Recently, car audio systems have rapidly developedand the functions have vastly changed. Theconventional car audio system is being integratedwith multimedia interfaces similar to those innavigation systems. At the same time, customersare demanding higher quality from their audiosystems. This is merely an overview of thestandardization background. The specific purposesare as follows:(1) To solve sound problems, etc. caused by usingcomponents of different manufacturers thoroughsignal standardization.(2) To allow each manufacturer to concentrate ondeveloping products they do best. From this,reasonably priced products can be produced.HINT: If a short B or short to ground is detected inthe AVC-LAN circuit, communication isinterrupted and the audio system will stopfunctioning. If an audio system is equipped with anavigation system, the multi-display unit actsas the master unit.If the navigation system is not equipped, theaudio head unit acts as the master unitinstead. If the multi-display is equipped, it isthe navigation ECU master unit.NS

NS–14NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM6.7.NSCOMMUNICATION SYSTEM OUTLINE(a) Components of the navigation system communicatewith each other via the AVC-LAN.(b) Radio receiver assembly has enough resistance (60to 80 Ω) necessary for transmitting thecommunication. This is essential forcommunication.(c) If a short circuit or open circuit occurs in the AVCLAN circuit, communication is interrupted and thenavigation system will stop functioning.DIAGNOSTIC FUNCTION OUTLINE(a) The navigation system has a diagnostic function(the result is indicated on the master unit).(b) A 3-digit hexadecimal component code (physicaladdress) is allocated to each component on theAVC-LAN. Using this code, the component in thediagnostic function can be displayed.

NS–15NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMHOW TO PROCEED WITHTROUBLESHOOTINGHINT: Use these procedures to troubleshoot the navigationsystem. *: Use intelligent tester.1VEHICLE BROUGHT TO WORKSHOPNEXT2INSPECT BATTERY VOLTAGEStandard voltage:11 to 14 VIf the voltage is below 11 V, recharge or replace the batterybefore proceeding.NEXT3NSBASIC INSPECTION(a) Turn the power switch ON (ACC).(b) Check whether or not the display appears on the multidisplay.ResultResultProceed toDisplay appearsADisplay does not appearBBGo to step 7A4INSPECT COMMUNICATION FUNCTION OF MULTIPLEX COMMUNICATION SYSTEM(BEAN)*(a) Use the intelligent tester to check if the MultiplexCommunication System (MPX) is functioning normally.ResultResultProceed toMPX DTC is not outputAMPX DTC is outputBBAGo to MULTIPLEX COMMUNICATIONSYSTEM

NS–165NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMCHECK FOR DTC(a) Check for DTCs and note any codes that are output.(b) Delete for DTC.(c) Recheck for DTCs. Based on the DTC output in the firststep, try to force output of the audio system DTC bysimulating the operation indicated by the DTC.HINT: If the system cannot enter the diagnosis mode,inspect each AVC-LAN communication signal andrepair or replace problem parts. Even if the malfunction symptom is not confirmed,check for DTCs. This is because the system storespast DTCs. Refer to the detailed description on the diagnosticscreen, as necessary (see page NS-27). Check and clear past diagnostic trouble codes. Checkthe diagnostic trouble code and inspect the area thecode indicates.ResultResultNSProceed toDTC does not reoccurADTC does not reoccursBBGo to step 8A6PROBLEM SYMPTOMS TABLEResultResultProceed toFault is not listed in problem symptoms tableAFault is listed in problem symptoms tableBBGo to step 8A7OVERALL ANALYSIS AND TROUBLESHOOTING(a) Terminals of ECU (see page NS-40)NEXT

NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM8NS–17ADJUST, REPAIR OR REPLACENEXTENDNS

NS–18NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMSYSTEM NORMAL CONDITION CHECK1.CHECK NORMAL CONDITION(a) If the symptom is applicable to any of the following,it is the intended behavior, not a malfunction.SymptomAnswerA longer route than expected is chosen.Depending on the road conditions, the navigation ECU may determinethat a longer route is quicker.Even when distance priority is high, the shortest route is not shown.Some paths may not be advised due to safety concerns.When the vehicle is put into motion immediately after the hybridsystem starts, the navigation system deviates from the actual position.If the vehicle starts before the navigation system activates, the systemmay not react.When running on certain types of roads, especially new roads, thevehicle position deviates from the actual position.When the vehicle is driving on new roads not available on the mapdisc, the system attempts to match it to another nearby road, causingthe position mark to deviate.(b) The following symptoms are not a malfunction, butare caused by errors inherent in the GPS, gyrosensor, speed sensor, and navigation ECU.(1) The current position mark may be displayed on anearby parallel road.NSI100066(2) Immediately after a fork in the road, the currentvehicle position mark may be displayed on thewrong road.I100067(3) When the vehicle turns right or left at anintersection, the current vehicle position markmay be displayed on a nearby parallel road.I100068

NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMNS–19(4) When the vehicle is carried, such as on a ferry,and the vehicle itself is not running, the currentvehicle position mark may be displayed in theposition where the vehicle was until ameasurement can be performed by GPS.I100069(5) When the vehicle runs on a steep hill, thecurrent vehicle position mark may deviate fromthe correct position.I100070(6) When the vehicle makes a continuous turn of360 , 720 , 1,080 , etc., the current vehicleposition mark may deviate from the correctposition.I100071(7) When the vehicle moves erratically, such asconstant lane changes, the current vehicleposition mark may deviate from the correctposition.I100072(8) When the power switch is turned ON (ACC orON) on a turntable before parking, the currentvehicle position mark may not point in thecorrect direction. The same will occur when thevehicle comes out of parking.I038146E01NS

NS–20NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM(9) When the vehicle runs on a snowy road or amountain path with tire chains installed or usinga spare tire, the current vehicle position markmay deviate from the correct position.I100074(10)When a tire is changed, the current vehicleposition mark may deviate from the correctposition.HINT: The diameter of the tire may change, causinga speed sensor error. Performing the "tire change" in calibrationmode will allow the system to correct thecurrent vehicle position faster.I100075NS

NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMNS–21DISPLAY CHECK MODEHINT: This mode checks the color display on the multi-display. Illustrations may differ from the actual vehicle dependingon the device settings and options. Therefore, somedetailed areas may not be exactly the same as on theactual vehicle.1. ENTER DIAGNOSTIC MODE (See page NS-43)2.DISPLAY CHECK(a) Select "Display Check" from the "Diagnosis MENU"screen.3.COLOR BAR CHECK(a) Select "Color Bar Check" from the "Display Check"screen.E120055NSE120053E10(b) Select a color bar from the "Color Bar Check Mode"screen.(c) Check the display color.HINT: The entire screen turns to the color or stripeselected. Touch the display to return to the "Color BarCheck" screen.E120102

NS–22NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM4.TOUCH SWITCH CHECK(a) Select "Touch Switch Check" from the "DisplayCheck" screen.E120053E11(b) Touch the display anywhere in the open area toperform the check when the "Touch Switch Check"screen is displayed.HINT:A " " mark is displayed on the display is touched.E1201035.NSPANEL SWITCH CHECK(a) Select "Panel Switch Check" from the "DisplayCheck" screen.E120053E14(b) Operate each switch and check that the switchname and condition are correctly displayed.*E126438E01DisplayContentsPush switch name/* Name of the pressed switch is displayed.If more than one switch is pressed, "MULTIPLE" is displayed.

NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM6.NS–23VEHICLE SIGNAL CHECK(a) Select "Vehicle Signal Check" from the "DisplayCheck" screen.E120053E12(b) When the "Vehicle Signal Check Mode" screen isdisplayed, check all the vehicle signal conditions.HINT: Only conditions having inputs are displayed. This screen is updated once per second wheninput signals to the vehicle are changed. For details of this function, refer to DIAGNOSISDISPLAY DETAILED DESCRIPTION (see pageNS-27).I0382237.MIC & VOICE RECOGNITION CHECK(a) Select "Mic & Voice Recognition Check" on the"Display Check" screen to display "MICROPHONE& VOICE RECOGNITION CHECK" screen.E120053E13Microphone Input Level MeterRecordingSwitchStopSwitchRecordingPlaySwitch IndicatorE125811E01(b) When a voice is input into the microphone, checkthat the microphone input level meter changesaccording to the input voice.(c) Push the recording switch and perform voicerecording.(d) Check that the recording indicator remains on whilerecording and that the recorded voice is playednormally.HINT:For details of this function, refer to DIAGNOSISDISPLAY DETAILED DESCRIPTION (see page NS27).NS

NS–24NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMBLUETOOTH TEL CHECK MODEHINT:Illustrations may differ from the actual vehicle depending onthe device settings and options. Therefore, some detailedarea may not be shown the same as on the actual vehicle.1. ENTER DIAGNOSTIC MODE (see page NS-43)2.BLUETOOTH TEL CHECK(a) Select "Bluetooth TEL Check" from the "DiagnosisMENU" screen.3.BLUETOOTH CHECK(a) Select "Bluetooth Check" from the "BluetoothHandsfree Check Menu" screen.E120062NSE120063(b) Select "Serial Communication Log" from the"Bluetooth Check Menu" screenE120064(1) The communication log data in the multi-displayare displayed on this screen.HINT:The displayed data can be used as a reference.E120065

NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMNS–25(c) Select "Software Version" from the "BluetoothCheck Menu" screen.E120066(1) Check the software version of the Bluetoothmodule.*1*2*3*4E120067E02Screen description:DisplayContentsGeneral Version/*1 API Version/*2API software version is displayed.Upper Stack Version/*3Upper Stack version is displayed.Lower Stack Version/*4Lower Stack version is displayed.Overalll software version of Bluetooth moduleIf any of the API version, upper stack version, and low stackversion is updated, the general version is upgraded.HINT:This function is controlled by the multi-display.4.E120068HANDSFREE VOICE QUALITY SET(a) Select "Handsfree Voice Quality Set" from the"Bluetooth Handsfree Check Menu" screen.NS

NS–26NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM(b) Check the handsfree voice level.*1*2E120069E01Screen description:DisplayContentsReceived voice level adjustment/*1Setting possible for the voice level received from Bluetooth compatiblephones.Sent voice level adjustment/*2Setting possible for the voice sent to Bluetooth compatible phones.HINT:This function is controlled by the multi-display.NOTICE:"Voice Quality Type" should not be changed.NS

NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMNS–27NAVIGATION CHECK MODEHINT: This mode displays GPS satellite information. Illustrations may differ from the actual vehicle dependingon the device settings and options. Therefore, somedetailed areas may not be shown the same as on theactual vehicle.1. ENTER DIAGNOSTIC MODE (see page NS-43 )2.NAVIGATION CHECK(a) Select "Navigation Check" from the "DiagnosisMENU" screen.3.GPS INFORMATION(a) Select "GPS Information" from the "NavigationCheck" screen.E120058NSE120059E08(b) When GPS information is displayed, check the GPSconditions.HINT: This screen is updated once per second wheninput signals to the vehicle are changed. For details of this function, refer to DIAGNOSISDISPLAY DETAILED DESCRIPTION (see pageNS-27).I1024034.E120059E09VEHICLE SENSORS(a) Select "Vehicle Sensors" from the "NavigationCheck" screen.

NS–28NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM(b) Check all the signals and sensors when vehiclesignal information is displayed.HINT: This screen is updated once per second wheninput signals to the vehicle are changed. This screen displays vehicle signals input to thenavigation ECU. For details of this function, refer to DIAGNOSISDISPLAY DETAILED DESCRIPTION (see pageNS-27).E1200605.COLOR BAR CHECK(a) Select "Color Bar Check" from the "NavigationCheck" screen.E120059E10(b) Check each color of the color bar when the "NAVIColor Bar Check" screen is displayed.HINT: Colors will not be displayed full-screen as in"Display Check Mode". This screen displays the navigation ECU displaycolor.NSI1000506.MEMORY COPY/PASTE CHECKHINT:This function cannot be used.7.PARTS INFORMATION(a) Select "Parts Information" from the "NavigationCheck" screen.E120059E11E120059E12

NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMNS–29(b) Check the navigation and disc information when the"Parts Information" screen is displayed.*1*2*3*4I100052E02Screen description:DisplayContentsNavigation Manufacturer/*1Navigation ECU manufacturer is displayed.Navigation Version/*2Navigation ECU version is displayed.Disc Manufacturer/*3Map disc manufacturer is displayed.Disc Version/*4Map disc version is displayed.8.MIC & VOICE RECOGNITION CHECK(a) Select "Mic & Voice Recognition Check" on the"Display Check" screen to display "MICROPHONE& VOICE RECOGNITION CHECK" screen.NSE120059E13Microphone Input Level MeterRecordingSwitchPlay SwitchStop SwitchRecordingIndicatorE125118E01(b) When a voice is input into the microphone, checkthat the microphone input level meter changesaccording to the input voice.(c) Push the recording switch and perform voicerecording.(d) Check that the recording indicator remains on whilerecording and that the recorded voice is playednormally.HINT: For details of this function, refer to DIAGNOSISDISPLAY DETAILED DESCRIPTION (see pageNS-27). This function is controlled by the built-innavigation ECU.

NS–30NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM9.DVD PLAYER INFORMATION CHECK(a) Select "DVD Player Information" from the"Navigation Check" screen.E120059E14(b) Check for DTCs.HINT: This is a DVD player check function in thenavigation ECU. For details of this function, refer to DIAGNOSISDISPLAY DETAILED DESCRIPTION (see pageNS-27).Trouble codeNSE120061E01

NS–31NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMDIAGNOSIS DISPLAY DETAILEDDESCRIPTIONHINT: This section contains a detailed description of displayswithin diagnostic mode. Illustrations may differ from the actual vehicle dependingon the device settings and options. Therefore, somedetailed areas may not be exactly the same as on theactual vehicle.1. SYSTEM CHECK(a) System Check Mode ScreenNS*1*2*3*1*4*2I100055E08(1) Device Names and Hardware Address/*1HINT: Registered device names are displayed. If a device name is unknown to the system,its physical address is shown instead.Address No.NameAddress No.Name110EMV120AVX1281DIN TV140AVN144G-BOOK178NAVI17CMONET190AUDIO 3A0MD-CH

NS–32NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMAddress No.NameAddress K238DTV480AMP(2) Check Result/*2HINT:Result codes for all devices are displayed.NSResultMeaningActionOKDevice did not respond with DTC (excludingcommunication DTCs from AVC-LAN).-EXCHDevice responds with "replace" type DTC.Look up DTC in "Unit Check Mode" andreplace device.CHEKDevice responds with "check" type DTC.Look up DTC in "Unit Check Mode".NCONDevice was previously present, but does notrespond in diagnostic mode.1. Check power supply wire harness ofdevice.2. Check AVC-LAN of device.OldDevice responds with "old" type DTC.Look up DTC in "Unit Check Mode".NRESDevice responds in diagnostic mode, butgives no DTC information.1. Check power supply wire harness ofdevice.2. Check AVC-LAN of device.(3) Code Clear/*3 Present DTCs are cleared. Press the "Code CLR" switch for 3 seconds.(4) Memory Clear/*4 Present and past DTCs and registeredconnected device names are cleared. Press the "Memory CLR" switch for 3seconds.(b) Diagnosis MENU ScreenE120070

NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMNS–33HINT:Each item is grayed out or not displayed based onthe device settings.(c) Unit Check Mode Screen*1*6*5*2*3*4*7NSE120071E02Screen description:DisplayContentsDevice name/*1Target deviceSegment/*2Target device logical addressDTC/*3DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code)Timestamp/*4Time and date of past DTCs are displayed (Year is displayed in 2-digitformat).Present Code/*5DTCs output at service check are displayed.Past Code/*6Diagnostic memory results and recorded DTCs are displayed.Diagnosis Clear Switch/*7Pushing this switch for 3 seconds clears diagnostic memory data oftarget device (both response to diagnostic system check result anddisplayed data is cleared).

NS–34NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM(d) LAN Monitor (Original) Screen*I100058E05(1) Check Result/*HINT:Check results of all the devices are displayed.NSResultMeaningActionNo Err (OK)There are no communication DTCs.-CHEKDevice responds with "check" type DTC.Look up DTC in "Unit Check Mode".NCONDevice was previously present, but does notrespond in diagnostic mode.1. Check power supply wire harness ofdevice.2. Check AVC-LAN of device.OldDevice responded with "old" type DTC.Look up DTC in "Unit Check Mode".NRESDevice responds in diagnostic mode, butgives no DTC information.1. Check power supply wire harness ofdevice.2. Check AVC-LAN of device.

NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMNS–35(e) LAN Monitor (Individual) Screen*1*2*3*4*5*7*6E120072E01Screen description:DisplayContentsDevice name/*1Target deviceSegment/*2Target logical addressDTC/*3DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code)Sub-code (device address)/*4Physical address stored with DTC (If there is no address, nothing isdisplayed).Connection check No./*5Connection check number stored with DTCDTC occurrence/*6Number of times same DTC has been recordedDiagnosis Clear Switch/*7Pushing this switch for 3 seconds clears diagnostic memory data oftarget device (both response to diagnostic system check result anddisplayed data is cleared).NS

NS–36NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM2.DISPLAY CHECK(a) Vehicle Signal Check Mode ScreenI100060NSScreen description:NameContentsBatteryBattery voltage is displayed.PKBParking brake ON / OFF state is displayed.REVReverse signal ON / OFF state is displayed.IGPower switch ON / OFF state is displayed.ADIM/TCANBrightness state DIM (with) / BRIGHT (without) is displayed.TAILTAIL signal (Light control switch) ON / OFF state is displayed.SPEEDVehicle speed is displayed in km/h.HINT: Only items sending a vehicle signal will bedisplayed. This screen is updated once per second wheninput signals to the vehicle are changed.

NS–37NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM(b) Microphone & Voice Recognition Check Screen*1*2*3*4*5E125091E01Screen description:NameContentsMicrophone input level meter/*1Monitors microphone input level every 100 ms and displays results in8 different levels.Recording switch/*2Starts recording.Stop switch/*3Stops recording.Play switch/*4Plays recorded voice.Recording indicator/*5Comes on while recording.HINT: The microphone input function is on at all timeswhen this screen is displayed. While recording or playing, the switches otherthan the stop switch cannot be pushed. When no voice is recorded, the play switchcannot be pushed. Recording will stop after 5 seconds or by pushingthe stop switch.NS

NS–38NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM3.NAVIGATION CHECK(a) Navigation Check ScreenE120076E01NSHINT:Each item is grayed out or not displayed based onthe device settings.(b) GPS Information Screen*1*1*2*2*5*3*4I102405E01(1) Satellite information/*1Information from a maximum of 12 satellites isdisplayed on the screen. This informationincludes the target GPS satellite number,elevation angle, direction, and signal level.

NS–39NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM(2) Receiving condition/*2(DENSO model):DisplayContentsTSystem is receiving GPS signal, but is not using it for location.PSystem is using GPS signal for location.-System cannot receive GPS signal.(AISIN AW model):DisplayContents01HSystem cannot receive a GPS signal.02HSystem is tracing a satellite.03HSystem is receiving a GPS signal, but is not using it for location.04HSystem is using the GPS signal for location.Measurement information/*3:DisplayContents2D2-dimensional location method is being used.3D3-dimensional location method is being used.NGLocation data cannot be used.ErrorReception error has occurred.-Any other state.Position information/*4DisplayContentsPositionLatitude and longitude information on current position is displayed.Date information/*5:DisplayContentsDateDate / time information obtained from GPS signal is displayed inGreenwich mean time (GMT). Last 4 digits are displayed.(c) Vehicle Sensors Screen*1*2*3E120077E01NS

NS–40NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEMVehicle signal:DisplayContentsREV/*1REV signal ON/OFF state is displayed.SPD/*2SPD signal condition is displayed.Sensor signal:DisplayContentsGyro sensor/*3Gyro sensor output condition is displayed (when vehicle runs straightor is stationary, voltage is approximately 2.5 V).HINT:Signals are updated once per second only whenvehicle sensor signals are changed.(d) Microphone & Voice Recognition Check ScreenNS*1*2*3*4*5E125119E01Screen description:DisplayContentsMicrophone input level meter/*1Monitors the microphone input level every 100 ms and displays resultsin 8 different levels.Recording switch/*2Starts recording.Stop switch/*3Starts recording.Play switch/*4Plays recorded voice.Recording indicator/*5Comes on while recording.HINT: The microphone input function is on at all timeswhen this screen is displayed. While recording or playing, the switches otherthan the stop switch cannot be pushed. When no voice is recorded, the play switchcannot be pushed. Recording will stop after 5 seconds or by pushingthe stop switch.

NS–41NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM(e) DVD Player Information Screen*2*1*3*4*5E120078E01Screen description:NSDis

PARTS LOCATION ENGINE ROOM RELAY BLOCK, RELAY BLOCK - BK/UP LP RELAY - DOME FUSE . owned by Bluetooth SIG, Inc. I101463E01 Cellular Tower Cellular Phone (Bluetooth type) . MPX DTC is output B Go to MULTIPLEX COMMUNICATION SYSTEM. NS–16 NAVIGATION – NAVIGATION SYSTEM NS

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navigation in rural environments through a novel mapless driving framework that combines sparse topological maps for global navigation with a sensor-based perception system for local navigation. First, a local navigation goal within the sensor view of the vehicle is chosen as a waypoint leading towards the global goal.

the autonomous navigation of these systems. The global positioning system (GPS) is used for external autonomous navigation [1]. Because GPS signals are typically absent or weak indoors, autonomous navigation is difficult [2]. There are various approaches for independent indoor navigation which have been proposed in recent years.

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These navigation systems are strictly limited to indoor use. Outdoor AGV navigation is problematic with the Transbotics AGVs. My research will propose a solution to this obstacle by developing a global positioning system (GPS) navigation system. This positioning system will be designed so that it can be retrofitted to any Transbotics AGV.

discuss the proposed improvements to the navigation system through GPS. Then, we describe the design of the hardware system and software algorithms for navigation and control. The GPS- and vision-based navigation system has been successfully integrated and tested in multiple ground-based simulations at the University of Florida.

The PBN concept represents a shift from sensor-based to performance-based navigation. Performance requirements are identified in navigation specifications, which also identify the choice of navigation sensors and equipment that may be used to meet the performance requirements. These navigation specifications are defined at

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calculated by the vehicle's navigation system so that navigation integrity is guaranteed. The de nition of integrity is \the ability of the navigation system to provide timely warnings to the user when it is inadvisable to use the system for navigation [33]". In aviation, three architectures are typically used to guarantee integrity: ground-based

car navigation, the system described in this paper has been developed to enable mobile robots to perform pedestrian-like autonomous navigation in urban environments with many types of dynamic objects like pedestrians, cyclists, or pets. A long-term experiment about the robustness of an in-door navigation system was recently presented by Marder-

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Navigation System The Professional navigation system features a map display in the central information dis-play. The E60 no longer features a separate navigation computer. The navigation comput-er has been integrated in the CCC. Top-HiFi Amplifier with LOGIC7 The E60 offers two different audio systems to choose from: HiFi and Top-HiFi. In the Top-

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