Flat Panel Displays - Sunlight Readable, Standalone / Mountable, LCD Monitor Designed for Air Traffic Control Towers and Navigation -- GenStar IIISupplier: General Digital Corporation
Description: monitors after 20.1" display fails or is no longer available Customer can reclaim most of existing monitor’s enclosure and electronics Maintains compatibility with STARS infrastructure, tower video controllers, seismic qualified mounting solutions and Statement of Work Vibrant LCD’s in 3
- Type: LCD Display
- Diagonal Screen Size: 19 to 21.3 inch
- Screen Width: 14.82 to 17 inch
- Color: Color
Supplier: Data Connect Enterprise, Inc.
Description: to the electronics in case of fire. Applications for the HS8000 include power utility plants and substations, roadside traffic control stations, cell towers, unheated or high temperature industrial plant locations, security and surveillance, above the ceiling locations in commercial buildings, data
- Network Equipment Type: Switch
- Area Network Type: LAN Capable
- Form Factor: Module
- Protocols / Networks: Ethernet, 10/100 Ethernet
Supplier: Cessna Aircraft Company
Description: flight display. You’ll get a clear picture of ground and water, airports, obstacles, and air traffic — all shown relative to the aircraft. Never before has risk avoidance been so simple and intuitive. Rising terrain areas or low-altitude flying can sometimes present obstacles
Supplier: TACO Communications Inc.
Description: The MULDIPOL™ Multiple Dipole Collinear Array concept has been specifically developed by TACO for ground-air-ground, air traffic control and base communications applications. This omni directional concept employs a unique method of shielding the feed cables to improve radiation pattern
- Applications: Aerospace / Military, Air Traffic Control, Dual Band / Multi-band, Other
- Pattern Type: Omnidirectional
- Polarization Type: Vertical Linear
- Primary Frequency Range: 1.16E8 to 4.00E8 Hz
Supplier: Orbit International Corporation
Description: non-military and industrial programs, our keyboards and keypads have proven able to withstand extreme levels of environmental and human abuse. Our backlit keyboards are used extensively in shipboard applications, while our sunlit readable/backlit keyboards have been incorporated into the FAA Air Traffic
- Applications: Industrial / Factory Automation
- Connection Type: Cable
- Form Factor: Panel Mount
- Enclosure / Adapter Plate Material: Metal
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General Digital Corporation
The GenStar III ™ represents the 3rd generation of General Digital's GenStar ™ family of sunlight readable LCD monitors designed specifically to meet the stringent optical and operational requirements of the FAA's Standard Terminal Automation Replacement System (STARS) program. As such, they are ideally suited to meet other Air Traffic Control Tower applications, as well. A significant improvement incorporated into the GenStar III is another industry first-a sunlight readable LED... (read more)
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Code of Federal Regulations > Title 14 - Aeronautics and Space > Federal Aviation Administration > [14 CFR Part 65] Certification: Airmen Other Than Flight Cre...
Subpart B. Air Traffic Control Tower Operators .
Federal Register > Tuesday, December 16, 2014 > [79 FR 74607] Elimination of the Air Traffic Control Tower Operator Certificate for Controllers Who Hold a Fede...
Federal Register > Tuesday, December 16, 2014 > [79 FR 74607] Elimination of the Air Traffic Control Tower Operator Certificate for Controllers Who Hold a Federal Aviation Administration Credential With a Tower Rating .
Bookshelf and Unified Agenda > Department of Defense > Department of the Air Force > Directives > 13 - Space, Missile, Command, And Control > [FDBKF20050510165...
Consult the Air Traffic Control Tower design guide for further guidance.
Federal Register > Tuesday, February 10, 2004 > [69 FR 6380] Certification of Airports
However, the FAA has made changes to part 139 to require personnel at non-towered airports (or during periods when an air traffic control tower is closed) to monitor CTAF when in movement areas and safety areas (see section-by-section analysis...
U.S. Code > TITLE 49 - TRANSPORTATION > SUBTITLE VII - AVIATION PROGRAMS > PART B - AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT AND NOISE > [49 USC] CHAPTER 471 - AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT
(E) relocating after December 31, 1991, an air traffic control tower and any navigational aid (including radar) if the relocation is necessary to carry out a project approved by the Secretary under this subchapter or under section 40117.