This text on navigation technology focuses on GPS applications in all flight environments, and provides details of FAA regulations as they relate to cutting-edge GPS technology. Developed for classroom use, this reference also covers avionics and cockpit technology.
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The most comprehensive up-to-date reference available on flying with GPS Aviation's benchmark navigation technology, Global Positioning System (GPS), will soon be a vital component of every aircraft-from props to airliners. This timely reference is filled with up-to-date information, reports, and analyses that go beyond the basics. Examining present and future GPS applications for every flight environment-civilian, military, and commercial-this book provides information on GPS aviation equipment and operations, as well as complete analyses of GPS studies sponsored by the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, General Aviation Manufactureres Association, and other noteworthy industry groups. Also covered: Complete FAA regulations regarding GPS; A comprehensive overview of avionics; An examination of today's cockpit technology-with photos, descriptions, and variations; A look at the broad implications of GPS industry studies; Status of alternative navigational services, including LORAN; Handy chart reference systems and data reports; Lists of important abbreviations and definitions; Sources of additional information.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Companies, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070116334