Avionics Troubleshooting and Repair

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McGraw Hill Professional, Apr 11, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 398 pages
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FIX THE MOST COMMON PROBLEMS IN AVIONICS

Keep planes flying smoothly and safely with the best guide ever written on caring for avionic components. Avionics Troubleshooting and Repair is packed with assembly, installation, and troubleshooting techniques for use by both pilots and technicians. Written by avionics specialist Edward R. Maher, this crystal-clear guide brings you:


*Coverage of audio noiseproofing, communications systems, GPS, sheet metal, bonding and adhesives, Stormscope, ELTís, lighting systems, instrument calibration, gyros, and more
*Clear answers on what pilots can do (and when you need a certified mechanic)
*Problem-identification, diagnostic, and repair procedures youíll find nowhere else
*Related FAA rules and regulations, plus industry standards
*Comprehensive information on equipment and needed tools

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Contents

Rules to Fly By I
1
Avionics Shop Requirements
9
Avionics Decisions
23
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Edward R. Maher is the West Coast VP for Hawkins Associates Company, Inc., an avionics distributor with over 2500 dealers across the United States and parts of Europe. He began his career as an electrical mechanic in the Air Force, then worked as an avionics technician and Manager for Beech Aircraft Corporation, then later managed the Avionics shop at Crownair. Mr. Maher is the author of three other books on aircraft and is a contributing writer to Avionics News, Kitplanes, and Aviation Maintenance magazines.

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