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which includes mid- and high-range devices, plus subwoofers. The company said its solution does not involve significant
mechanical changes but does result in superior audio performance. The company also has targeted other airframes for its
speaker replacement and upgrade capabilities.
Alto Aviation offers a complete line of cabin-entertainment
products, including audio amplifiers, loudspeakers, subwoofers and page/chime speakers, plus the nVELOP cabin-wide
surround sound system. The company’s products have been
installed aboard aircraft ranging from the Beechcraft KingAir
C90 to Boeing Business Jets.
To learn more, visit www.altoaviation.com.

Anodyne Electronics Manufacturing Corp.
The former Northern Airborne Technologies facility in
Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada now is operated by
Anodyne Electronics Manufacturing Corp., or AEM, a Transport
Canada-approved manufacturing and maintenance organization. The 100 percent employee-owned company brought to
the AEA Convention what it calls its first “truly new product,” the
RTS01 remote transmit selector.
The RTS01 works with an existing audio panel and communication-radio system, and allows pilots managing multiple
frequencies to monitor receivers and select transmitters without
removing their hands from the controls. A yoke-, stick- or cyclicmounted switch allows the aircraft’s crew to cycle through
available transmitters, and an audible tone is provided to indicate when a valid selection has been made. Meanwhile, indicators easily identify which radio is receiving a transmission,
helping minimize confusion in a busy cockpit. The RTS01’s
receiver-identification capability is available regardless of
whether the operator has that particular radio or audio input
selected at the audio panel.
Additional RTS01 features include customizable “snap-in”
legends and labeling, allowing the remote transmit selector
to display the same labels and in the same order as other
communications gear, again helping eliminate confusion. The
RTS01 also can be used as an expansion audio panel, according to the company. Applications for the RTS01 include rotorcraft, law enforcement, electronic news gathering and many
more.
The RTS01 is the latest product from the relatively new
company and joins AEM’s line of intercom, public-address and
audio-controller products.
To learn more, visit www.aem-corp.com.

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Aspen Avionics’
Brad Hayden,
vice president of
marketing, introduced two new lines
of NextGen products
designed to give aircraft owners flexible and affordable options
to meet the upcoming Federal Aviation Administration ADS-B
Out equipment mandate, and to access the subscription-free
weather and traffic services available from the ADS-B In network. “Consistent with Aspen’s design philosophy, these new
products are open, compatible and designed to complement
what aircraft owners already have in their panels,” Hayden told
attendees at the AEA Convention.
First up, Aspen’s existing Connected Panel product line saw
the addition of the Connected Weather CG50, a small Wi-Fi
receiver that hard-wires into the company’s Evolution displays.
The CG50 allows pilots to simultaneously view subscriptionfree ADS-B In weather data on an Evolution PFD (primary
flight display) or MFD (multifunction display) and on an iPad
from the same portable source. The CG50 portable ADS-B
receiver interface can be retrofitted on existing Aspen displays
already in the field.
Aspen also introduced the Connected Pilot CG100 upgrade,
which allows users to display subscription-free weather from
portable ADS-B receivers onto Evolution PFDs and MFDs.
This new functionality can be applied to existing CG100 installations and adds ADS-B weather to the other core Connected
Pilot features like flight planning and data logging.
Hayden also discussed Aspen’s new certified NextGen
product line, which he said provides ADS-B features pilots
want, while leveraging installed avionics they already have
to keep flyaway costs low. The ARX100 dual-band ADS-B
receiver is a solution for aircraft that already have a Mode S
transponder with Extended Squitter and an ADS-B compliant
GPS installed. Meanwhile, Aspen’s ATX200 dual-band in, 978
megahertz out ADS-B transceiver is built for aircraft that have a
Mode A/C transponder, or Mode S without Extended Squitter,
and a WAAS-enabled GPS.
To learn more, visit www.aspenavionics.com.

Astronics
Today’s proliferation of airborne portable electronic devices,
whether for cabin entertainment, cockpit operational use or
both, means operators and avionics installers alike need to
consider the systems supporting them. Jeff Kroeller, senior
manager of business development for Astronics Advanced
Electronic Systems Corp. (AES), told AEA Convention attendees his company’s EmPower System, which supports both
USB and AC outlets, provides a clean and easy installation to
support the power needs of passengers and crew, allowing
them to arrive at their destination with their portable devices
charged and ready for use.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2013-2014

From the Publisher
Interested in AEA Membership?
AEA Staff/Board of Directors
New Avionics Products for 2013
What's Up With Backup Instruments?
Going Glass
Before & After
Aircraft as Antenna Farm
Cockpit Innovations
Understanding Autopilot Upgrades
ADS-B Circa 2013
Portable Powerhouses, GPS and VHF
Minimal Panels
NextGen Status Report
Repair Stations
Manufacturers/Distributors
Affiliates/Index
AEA Member Company Index
Advertiser Index
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2013-2014 - Minimal Panels
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2013-2014 - NextGen Status Report
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