March 2009 Issue
Airplanes and white rabbits.
If you need a horn to sound when the airspeed drops below a certain level or when the power is cut and the landing gear is still up and locked, an electronic circuitry solution is the lightest, most reliable and most cost-effective way to go. By Jim Weir.
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