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Larry Anglisano is a regular KITPLANES contributor and the Editor in Chief of sister publication Aviation Consumer magazine. An active land and sea pilot, Larry has over 30 years experience as an avionics tech.

Safe Flight Instrument's New AoA for Experimental Market

Safe Flight Instrument Corporation announced at AirVenture 2014 at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, the new SCx angle of attack system for experimental aircraft. The system uses...
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Garmin’s New G3X Touch Glass Cockpit

Garmin's G3X glass cockpit for LSA and experimental aircraft has a touchscreen feature set and supports on-screen display and command for the Garmin VIRB action cam, plus it controls the GMC305 flight control/autopilot system.
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Dynon Skyview Touch

Dynon Avionics brought its latest touchscreen system, the Skyview Touch. Dynon's Michael Schofield showed the system to Kitplanes magazine at Sun 'n Fun 2014.

Modern Exterior Aircraft Lighting

It’s your best way of letting other making your presence known to other pilots, so your exterior lighting system deserves careful thought and planning early on in the build process. Fortunately, there are choices for every plane and budget.

Avidyne IFD540

Avidyne's new IFD540 GPS navigator will offer an easy replacement for Garmin GNS users.
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PAT Avionics introduces a HUD that works with Dynon SkyView EFIS

New from Italian avionics manufacturer PAT Avionics is the G-HULP head up display system. HUD technology is common in military aircraft applications where pilots...

Portable Coms Compared

Which portable VHF transceiver comes out on top after a side-by-side test in the field?

Hiring Help With Avionics

Larry Anglisano makes the case for homebuilders getting professional assistance with complex avionics installations.

Buying Used Lightning Detection

Avionics guru Larry Anglisano examines the market for used lightning-detection gear.

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Layoffs, I’ve Had a Few

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Meet the Grizzly

AeroTek Aviations Beaver-size amphibious kit airplane, the Grizzly, showcases the company's 550-shaft-horsepower Pratt & Whitney PT6A engine conversion, which has also flown in the Murphy Moose. By Ed Wischmeyer.

Ask The DAR

DAR Mel Asberry answers a reader’s question regarding the Experimental/Amateur-Built eligibility of an airplane he’s building with parts salvaged from a Cessna 175.

Stressing Structure

Bending.