February 2009 Issue
ELTs of Tomorrow Today
Traditional emergency locator transmitter technology is old, the infrastructure creaky, and parts of it are going away. Whatís this mean to you?
The FAA mandates the use of emergency locator transmitters so that downed aircraft can be found and assistance provided. But times are changing, and itís important to understand the nature of the new technology so that you can best equip yourself; by Bob Fritz.
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