Another New Product Innovation from Applied Avionics
Inspired by customer request, Applied Avionics
is proud to announce the latest addition to our
powerful NEXSYS® LOGIC Component Technology;
a single-bit, single-label ARINC 429 digital-to-analog
signal converter. This new component fts directly
inside a VIVISUN annunciator or a NEXSYS LOGIC
Module for behind-the-panel applications.
Our online Part Confgurator makes confguration
simple and your order is always backed by our
exceptional customer service and fast deliverability.
Call or visit us online today to learn how VIVISUN
innovations can help your next project take fight.
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Single-bit, ARINC 429 Converter
inside a VIVISUN Annunciator
not subject to
solution on the
working toward an ESPC, where the
atmosphere, ocean, land, space and
ice are coupled,” Ferek continues.
“Running separate models for each
of those five subsystems is fairly
inefficient because the physics
interact. Coupling across the differ-
ent domains and working toward
variable or adaptive grid methods,
instead of running global models
to provide resolution to a regional
model, is a more efficient way
to do things.”
Although also looking to increase
range and accuracy, the Air Force’s
focus is on atmospheric conditions
that impact air operations, from
airbase takeoffs and landings to
en-route, cruise-level to weather
over the target, as well as support
for some Army missions.
An Air Force senior airman monitors the air space and weather conditions around the Geronimo
landing zone at the Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk, La. (Air Force photo.)