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AVOIDING THE BULLIES Continued from page 34 • Autopilot Sales, Service, Installations • Avionics Sales, Service, Installations • Cessna Single & Multi-Engine Service Center • Cirrus Factory Service Center • Texaco FBO—Sparks Aviation Center • Diamond Aircraft Factory Service Center A full-service avionics and maintenance facility capable of whole-aircraft repairs, upgrades, and retrofits, representing all major avionics and autopilot manufacturers. Specialist in older autopilot repairs and newer equipment interfaces. 3112 N. 74th E. Ave. Hangar 23, Tulsa International Airport Tulsa, OK 74115 phone: (918) 836-6418 fax: (918) 832-0136 Since 1984 for Aircraft Maintenance and Avionics! • Avionics Upgrades, Service and Installations • Custom Panel Design • Handling All Major Brands Of Avionics • Competitive Pricing YOUR ONE STOP SHOP Specialists In Avionics! Before After Aspen EFD 1000 Professional Glass Panel Upgrade “FLY SAFE” Professional avionics installations for all types of piston and turbine aircraft including Gov’t agencies, news helicopters, private owners, charter co’s, flight schools and more. Manufacturer and PCA Discounts Available! Call for a Quote 1 888 732-7324 w w w. p o r t c i t y a i r. c o m OVER 130 YEARS OF COMBINED MAINTENANCE AND AVIONICS EXPERIENCE! Spherics Devices: More Options than Ever Labeled by some as the poorpilot’s radar, many general aviation pilots consider a spherics device to be the best weather-avoidance tool available — outside the Mark II Eyeball . Going back to the earliest Ryan Stormscopes of decades ago, spherics devices have proven themselves a practical weatheravoidance tool . Today, dealers offer choices from manufacturers such as L-3 Avionics Systems, the successor maker of the Stormscope line; Insight Avionics with the Strikefinder line; Honeywell with the LSZ-860; and Avidyne with the TWX670, the first color-coded spherics detector . Avidyne’s system offers its own unique features to identify storm cells as opposed to merely identifying lightning-strike points; it requires a panel-mounted display . The Insight Strikefinder is a stand-alone, self-contained unit that can be gyro-stabilized to maintain correct orientation of recorded strikes displayed as the aircraft maneuvers . The Honeywell LSZ-860 system is designed more for installation in larger business jets and transport aircraft, with better shielding to protect it from spurious and stray radio-frequency interference — as such, it’s the most expensive . L-3’s Stormscope line is the broadest, including self-contained models . The line ranges from the WX-500, a box-only system designed to play on a MFD, to the higher-end WX-1000 . Avionics shops need to ensure aircraft owners understand install- 36 - ing most of these systems requires accurate mapping of radio-frequency sources and interference in the actual aircraft — with placement of antennae in spots with little or no RF interference . “That mapping can take time,” said Tom Harper, director of marketing for Avidyne . “Without taking the proper steps in the installation of the antenna and shielding the connecting cable, the system can pick up and display a lot of false targets .” Aircraft owners also should know learning to use and interpret the strike data can be as important as learning to fly an ILS approach . Why Pilots Prefer Two Radar comes with limitations . Range, depth into a storm and antenna attenuation all cut into its effectiveness as a precipitation detection and avoidance tool . Data-link is only as accurate as its last update — and the static, single-snapshot picture gets progressively more outdated . Updates, while only six or so minutes apart, can suffer from latency in the system of gathering the national radar mosaic and in downloading the data package . Spherics devices, while excellent at detecting lightning discharges — and by extension, the turbulent conditions that sparked the static charge — see only a couple hundred miles; data-link sees the entire country . Spherics devices, however, are instantaneous and an accurate reflection of the dynamics of a storm . Safety instructors and flight instructors alike recommend pilots avail themselves of two tools — or three, if budgets and aircraft allow . For most pilots, one of the two always will be a spherics device . q http://www.autopilotscentral.com http://www.portcityair.com

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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2011-2012

From the Publisher
Interested in AEA Membership?
AEA Staff/Board of Directors
New Products for 2011
WAAS/GPS
Recreational Radios
Before & After
Avoiding the Bullies
Sound Advice on Headset Choices
Choosing an Airborne Broadband System for Your Business Aircraft
Class Retrofits for Type Certificated Aircraft
ADS-B: Learning the Ins and Outs
Going Glass
Cell Science
So What is Your Customer Really Paying For?
It's the FAA's Fault, Right?
Repair Stations
Manufacturers/Distributors
Affiliates/Index
AEA Member Company Index
Advertisers Index
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2011-2012 - WAAS/GPS
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2011-2012 - Recreational Radios
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2011-2012 - Before & After
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2011-2012 - Avoiding the Bullies
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2011-2012 - Choosing an Airborne Broadband System for Your Business Aircraft
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2011-2012 - So What is Your Customer Really Paying For?
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2011-2012 - It's the FAA's Fault, Right?
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Pilot's Guide to Avionics 2011-2012 - Repair Stations
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