October 2007 Issue
All About Avionics, Part 7
Do you really need an IFR-approved GPS navigator? If you do, which one is best? Answers forthwith.
If you intend to fly non-precision or precision GPS approaches, you really do need an IFR GPS. This article explains the options available and the legal issues associated with using the latest in-cockpit GPS technology for IFR navigation; by Stein Bruch.
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