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HONEYWELL

[vc_row center_bck_image="no"][vc_column][vc_empty_space][eltd_section_title enable_separator="no" alignment="left" title="HONEYWELL"][vc_column_text]Honeywell  multi-mode digital radio brings a unique integration of communication and navigation radios providing a best-in-class radio solution in one of the most compact form factors available. Functionality consists of a very high frequency communication transceiver which can monitor two frequencies simultaneously, a very high frequency navigation receiver and an automatic direction finder receiver is an option enabled via software. This radio is designed for Primus Apex cockpit equipped aircraft, business and general aviation and helicopters.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][eltd_image_gallery type="image_grid" column_number="2" pretty_photo="no" grayscale="no" images="225779,216920,225780" image_size="full"][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][/vc_row] ...

ROCKWELL COLLINS

[vc_row center_bck_image="no"][vc_column][vc_empty_space][eltd_section_title enable_separator="no" alignment="left" title="ROCKWELL COLLINS"][vc_column_text]Rockwell Collins was a multinational corporation company headquartered in Cedar Rapids, Iowa providing avionics and information technology systems and services to government agencies and aircraft manufacturers. It was formed when the Collins Radio Company, facing financial difficulties, was purchased by Rockwell International in 1973. In 2001, the avionics division of Rockwell International was spun off to form the current Rockwell Collins, Inc., retaining its name. In April 2017, Rockwell Collins entered the aircraft cabin interiors market through the acquisition of B/E Aerospace for $8.3 billion. Based in Wellington, Florida, B/E products included seating, food and beverage preparation and storage equipment, lighting and oxygen systems, and modular galley...

ARC159

[vc_row center_bck_image="no"][vc_column][vc_empty_space][eltd_section_title enable_separator="no" alignment="left" title="ARC159"][vc_column_text]The AFTC controls both the engine itself as well as the variable exhaust nozzles controlling the engine exhaust gases. Additionally, the AICS (Air Inlet Control System) helps by controlling the engine airflow for an even subsonic airflow to the engine inlets. This is done through the variable geometry intakes, more precisely the variable ramps in the intakes. All this is achieved by the AFTC and AICS using appropriate sensor inputs which then control engine operations according to programmed schedules. In addition both engines also drive separate fuel, hydraulic and electric generators to create redundancy. In case of a failure in the AFTC the MEC (Main engine...

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