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Every avionics technician understands the importance of proper grounding to prevent damages to the instruments, especially if hit by lightning. New tools are emerging for ground testing that are accurate and affordable.
Among the required instruments and equipment that all powered aircraft must-have is a Magnetic Direction Indicator. Find out how to calibrate a Sight Compass.
Distance To Fault (DTF) measurements of coaxial cables and testing of antennas are typically performed by independent analyzers. This article clarifies the major differences between Time Domain Reflectometers (TDR) and Frequency Domain Reflectometers (FDR)
The customer support and the engineers at Barfield have come out with a list of frequently asked questions of Barfield products.
As a metric to keep track of the health of commercial aviation, our analytics team created an interactive dashboard based on TSA daily numbers of passengers throughput.
Wire harnesses are particularly difficult to troubleshoot, as they are systems of many different wires connecting all sorts of devices inside the plane. High accuracy intermittence fault detection has proven to be the solution.
In an effort to help our partners in the aviation community, our data visualization team created a dashboard to help understand the EPA approved disinfectants available with this easy to use dashboard.
The FlightHawk is the aviation version of the SiteHawk, a frequency domain reflectometer capable of testing antennas and coaxial cable of any aviation navigation equipment. This article explains how to use it.
Using incorrect limits can cause damage to sensitive components and aircraft systems.
For that reason, it is very important to ALWAYS verify and ensure the limits selected are appropriate for the aircraft and/or the instruments that are going to be tested.