Navigation and Communication Radio
Pilot Magazine | Jul 31, 2014
With hundreds of thousands shipped, the Garmin GNS 430/530 and their later WAAS-enabled versions dominate general aviation panels.
Article | Jul 28, 2014
Avidyne Avionics has received FAA certification for its long-awaited IFD540 nav/com and agency approval for its smaller 440 touchscreen unit is imminent.
Article | Jul 19, 2014
Garmin has created a wireless bridge to connect tablet computers running the Garmin Pilot app with panel-mount avionics.
Article | Jul 15, 2014
PS Engineering is incorporating U.S. Air Force technology into its new PMA450 audio panel. Originally designed to help fighter pilots with situational awareness, the new system places com radio cues at various points in the earcups to help GA pilots focus.
Pilot Magazine | Jun 04, 2014
I know I’ve said this for each of the four sweepstakes restoration airplanes I’ve overseen, but I’ll say it again anyway: The Debonair Sweepstakes airplane has been the most ambitious project yet.
Aircraft Power and Fuel,
Pilot Magazine | May 14, 2014
Garmin didn’t invent GPS-derived synthetic vision, but adding it to the G1000 avionics suite legitimized and popularized the technology.
Light Sport Aircraft,
Article | Mar 25, 2014
Garmin’s new G3X Touch for Experimental and light sport aircraft includes synthetic vision with highway-in-the-sky guidance, a color moving map with terrain warnings, weather and traffic, a digital autopilot, a graphic engine monitor, communications radio, and transponder with ADS-B Out.
Article | Feb 07, 2014
Avidyne’s new ADS-B transponder is ready for certificated aircraft in the U.S. and Europe.
ADS B Transceiver,
Pilot Magazine | Jan 22, 2014
Nowhere is the old expression “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is” more appropriate than when buying used avionics. Good deals are out there, but getting one takes a lot of homework and a bit of patience.
Article | Jan 17, 2014
Getting there does take some preparation, as does flying within each of the countries, but with your homework done, you’ll find the trip was work the effort.
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