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Datalink Roundup

Article | Mar 25, 2013

Datalink Roundup Weather to Go What's it like in there? --> BY AOPA PILOT STAFF WRITERS (From AOPA Pilot, March 2004.) You're headed from Jackson, Mississippi, to Brownsville, Texas, and here's how your day is going: Alarm didn't go off; running late; spilled coffee driving to the airport while on the cell phone getting a briefing from flight service (yeah, you shouldn't drink, drive, and talk on the phone all at once, but these are life's pressures; at least there's no shaving or makeup involved). Thank goodness the weather's supposed to be good, right? Now, en route, you're feeling like maybe you drank too much of that coffee; it's bumpy, there's a big, fat headwind, and what's this? ATC talking at 20 knots gusting to 30: "Attention all aircraft: Convective Sigmet 11C valid until 2055 Zulu, an area from 50 west-southwest of Lufkin to 120 south-southwest Lake Charles to 100 southeast of Palacios to...." Wait a minute, where's Palacios? What's next? Did he say Brownsville? Was that embedded thunderstorms with tops to Flight Level 450? Oh man, you missed half of it.

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Article | Jul 16, 2012

At last, the long-touted benefits of the ADS-B system are beginning to arrive in general aviation cockpits--and Garmin's new GDL 39 receiver is the first to make us reconsider our earlier advice that pilots should wait until closer to the FAA's 2020 deadline to buy new equipment.

- Oshkosh 2006 Avionics News

Article | Jul 28, 2006

AOPA Online -- Oshkosh 2006 Avionics News Today's Feature Glass takes retrofit, experimental market by storm Like most years at Oshkosh, several themes have coalesced during the event. The first theme at the 2006 show was the apparent maturation of the retrofit glass-cockpit market.