I know that ILS and VOR share the same frequency range, 108 – 117.95 MHz, but they don't share the exact same frequencies. ILS frequencies are between 108 and 111.95, with numbers after the decimal point starting with odd numbers, and ending in 0 or 5, like 108.15, 108.30, etc. VOR stations have frequencies with numbers after the decimal point starting with odd numbers, and everything between 112 and 117.95. I got that. What I don't get is why, when I tune the ILS frequency for Fresno runway 29 (111.30), my VOR needle points to it. Do ILS and VOL share the same physical radio unit in the plane? That would make sense, given they share the same frequency band, and could explain why the VOR needle points to ILS stations. But I thought ILS transmitters were totally different “things” than VOR stations, pointing only straight down the runway, etc.