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I just assumed that must have been Ted...
This reddit post seemed to have a lot of helpful information -- Sure looks similar :)
Just curious, what avionics can you update software on via iPad?
I was under the impression you had to have an actual DME to check the box for DME in the ICAO equipment codes.
Great video Martin! I've made that same flight (roughly) a few times.. IXD to CID. Lived in Cedar Rapids for 5 years, until recently.
Just clicking around randomly, I found one.
PAUT - RNAV 27 - has LNAV/VNAV but no LPV or LP
Which AHRS did you use for the Stratux? Mine worked with Avare when I last tried it.. I'll go dig out my Stratux and try again
Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
That still only works if there's coverage in the area.
There was one in 2012 too
Nearly all factory built LSA's are S-LSA.. There was no real value to certify under Normal/Primary for LSA and it was more work, so of course...
What? The Skycatcher is on the SLSA list from the FAA. And there's other examples of ELSA Skycatchers
They offer training courses, is that what you're really asking for?
I built one about 6 months ago, haven't used it much recently. They're not joking when they say the 3b+ won't work.
Slight nitpick, but your statement is incorrect. M.2 is a form factor that can support a variety of communication protocols, including SATA. What...
That's a whole different question now. More than just interfaces, now you're talking about certification/paperwork.
As others have said, it really depends on what you're trying to learn. There's any variety of ways for interfaces to be "non-standard".
GPS 175 is a GPS navigator only
GNC 355 is a GPS navigator with COM
GNX 375 is a GPS navigator with transponder built in.
So what are you looking...
The GNC 355 requires a transponder too, so I'm not sure where you're going with that.
And while the GNC doesn't have a Nav radio, it will do...