Jupiter Avionics Unveils Eclipse™ Digital Audio at Aircraft Electronics Association Annual Convention
Jupiter Avionics Corporation unveils its new Eclipse™ Digital Audio System at the Aircraft Electronics Association annual convention in New Orleans. The Eclipse™ follows a logical evolution of design, allowing straightforward control of multiple audio signals of up to seven users, using a choice of controller styles.
FreeFlight Systems, a NextGen aviation provider specializing in avionics design, development and manufacturing, announces that Lighter Than Air Research (LTA Research), an aerospace research and development company building experimental and certified manned and remotely piloted airships, has selected FreeFlight Systems’ flagship RA-6500 radar altimeter for a dual-install solution.
New True Blue Power Frequency Converter Conquers the Hell Hole, Cuts Replacement Costs, Quiets the Cabin
True Blue Power introduces a new 4,000-watt AC-to-AC frequency converter built specifically to withstand the harsh operating environment of the “Hell Hole” in large business jets as well as commercial and special-mission aircraft. This increased reliability results in fewer AOG events and a significantly lower cost of operation and ownership.
CCX Technologies introduces its new GPS Antenna Coupler at the AEA National Convention and Trade Show. The new device, which is used with the T-RX™ Avionics Tester to validate the functionality of aircraft GPS radios, provides more than 20 dB of antenna isolation to ensure there is no interference from outside GPS signals during testing.
Two prestigious industry awards are presented during the opening session of the 65th annual Aircraft Electronics Association International Convention & Trade Show at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, LA, March 28. Determined in a vote by AEA members, James Temple of Temple Electronics was named the AEA Member of the Year, while Garmin was honored as the AEA Associate Member of the Year.
ALTO Aviation, a provider in premium cabin in-flight audio and entertainment systems in business aviation, introduces its new Cadence™ VIP Switch Panel at the NPI session at AEA 2022. This switch allows the passenger on the VIP seat to customize and optimize the listening experience of the cabin by choosing between three different acoustic modes.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration names Billy Nolen to serve as acting FAA Administrator after FAA Administrator Steve Dickson departs at the end of March. Deputy Administrator Bradley Mims will also take on an expanded role during this interim period, focusing on the FAA’s workforce and the nation’s airports.