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The presidential plane Tu-154M, equipped with the TAWS (Terrain Awareness and Warning System), could have landed safely at the airport near Katyn – says Marek Strassenburg-Kleciak, responsible for strategic analyses and development of 3-D navigation at Harman Becker. In his opinion, onboard instruments are so precise that the pilots should have easily performed the maneuver – unless the measurements were false. There are known techniques of falsifying their data, often making it impossible for pilots to verify. If this happens, a tragedy is inevitable.
The analysis of the photographs of the presidential plane’s crash, taken by Sergiej Amielin, suggests that the Tu-154M with the Polish delegation aboard was approaching the runway in a correct manner. That is the opinion of Mark Strassenburg-Kleciak, also supported by prof. Hans Dodl, the author of “Satellitennavigation” (“Satellite Navigation”), an officer of The Bundeswehr (German armed forces) and engineer.
However, the plane was in a wrong place. The photographic documentation shows that it was flying as it should: in the right direction (as concluded from the analysis of particular damages to the tree tops) and with a correct horizontal angle during the machine’s landing. The only difference was in the phase shift: 15-25 meters off the correct course in the horizontal plane, and about 5 meters in the vertical plane; the machine was flying too low
- Marek Strassenburg-Kleciak points out. He adds that the data from the TAWS, which the presidential plane was equipped with, shows the pilots a 3-D model of the terrain with such a high precision as 1 meter, and makes it possible to land a plane even in bad weather. “I developed and took part in building 3-D navigation systems, so I find it hard to imagine how the TAWS system installed in President Kaczynski’s plane could fail. Well, unless someone “»helped« it. Otherwise, it is impossible to crash with this system aboard” – he adds.
- The smaller the time interval used in meaconing, the more difficult it is to detect, which in turn results in an incorrect indication of the position – Strassenburg-Kleciak explains. He adds: if the change of a plane’s position is insignificant (as was the case during the presidential flight), even an intelligent receiver (like Receiver-Autonomous-Integrity-Monitoring) is not able to detect the manipulation.
Incorrect output of the onboard devices can be caused by a satellite signal or devices installed at the airport. If this happens in bad weather, the pilots are helpless. – The difference in the position shown by the plane’s trajectory is typical of “meaconing”: the phase shift should be a matter of nanoseconds, so that the signal cannot be detected. This results in such a position offset as seen in the documentation made by Amelin – said Strassenburg-Kleciak. As he stressed, his remarks had been confirmed by Hans Dodel during their phone conversation.
On April 10, 2010 96 passengers died in the Polish President’s plane crash near Smolensk. The Polish delegation, headed by the presidential couple, was flying to pay tribute to the Polish POW’s murdered in 1940 by NKWD (Soviet Secret Services)
On April 10, a convoy with Jaroslaw Kaczynski (the President’s brother, who was going to identify his body) was heading towards the crash site in Smolensk, and after crossing the Russian border was reportedly slowed down and then was circling around the town. At that time, the Prime Minister of Poland, Donald Tusk, was talking with Vladimir Putin. As confirmed by the Polish Radio, the convoy very quickly covered the distance from Witebsk (Belarus) to the Belarus-Russian border
Just after it crossed the border it slowed down. It took nearly 3 hours to cover about 100 kilometers from Witebsk to the place of tragedy. We made it very quickly to the Belarus-Russian border. There, our documents were being checked for 40 minutes, although we had diplomatic passports. All the way to Smolensk we were being escorted by Russian police and driving very slowly, about 25-30 km per hour – said Adam Bielan from the Polish delegation. The delegation asked the escorting policemen why they were driving so slowly. As a reply they heard that such were their orders. While still before Smolensk, the car with Jaroslaw Kaczynski (who is also the chairman of the Law and Justice party) was overtaken by the motorcade carrying the Prime Minister Tusk, who had landed in Belarus some tens of minutes after Kaczynski. Then, Kaczynski’s bus was circling around the town for some more time. It was when the Polish and Russian Prime Ministers were having a meeting. This information was to be verified by Piotr Paszkowski, the spokesman of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Yesterday, however, we received no reply from him
[English version: T.U.]