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a·vi·on·ics

 (ā′vē-ŏn′ĭks, ăv′ē-)
n.
1. (used with a sing. verb) The science and technology of electronics and the development of electronic devices as applied to aeronautics and astronautics: Avionics has become even more important with the development of the space program.
2. (used with a pl. verb) The electronic systems, equipment, and other devices so developed: The avionics on this spacecraft represent a new generation of sophistication.


a′vi·on′ic adj.
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Adj.1.avionic - of or relating to avionicsavionic - of or relating to avionics    
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Republic Bank is now offering personal aircraft loans in amounts from USD 55,000 to USD 500,000, with terms up to 20 years, to purchase or refinance aircrafts, along with engine overhauls and avionic upgrades.
To ensure the availability of the Chinook transport helicopter, a new contract for maintenance, repair and overhaul must be incurred for the avionic components.
Technavio's analysts forecast the global display market for avionic applications to grow at a CAGR of 3.
This work provides a comprehensive overview of modern avionic systems in commercial transport aircraft, in areas ranging from data bus networks to navigation systems.
The three year curriculum development and approval project culminated with a UKCAA audit late last year and is said to provide benefits such as domestic and international students studying together, students receiving an understanding of mechanical and avionic aircraft systems at certificate level and students being able to leave their options open before choosing where to specialise in their second year of study.
IAI said that under the $35 million contract, it will deliver the system's next-generation version, which incorporates state-of-the-art features such as wireless communication with aircraft avionic systems, new simulation concepts and enhanced processing power and data security, according to the statement.
If you don't, the attitude & heading reference unit (AHRU), NSN 6605-01-503-5284, and other avionic components are vulnerable to water damage.
ITT Interconnect Solutions has expanded its ARINC 600 Series avionic connector product offering to include next-generation avionic connector inserts that combine signal, power, Ethernet and fiber optic data transmission into a single interconnect.
com)-- ITT Interconnect Solutions, a leading global manufacturer and supplier of connectors, interconnects, and cable assemblies, has expanded its ARINC 600 Series avionic connector product offering to include next-generation avionic connector inserts that combine signal, power, Ethernet and fiber optic data transmission into a single interconnect.
GE Aviation runs specialist overhaul and repair facilities in Cardiff and Prestwick and also manufactures key avionic systems with eleven manufacturing sites in the UK employing over 5,000 people.
Dubbed CH-53GA, the massive helicopter nee Sikorsky, but built under licence (except the first two) by VFW-Fokker in Germany in the early 1970s, is to receive new or upgraded systems, including an avionic suite cum displays and navigation system from Rockwell Collins, flight control systems from Euro-copter, a flir system from Selex Galileo, satellite communications from Scotty and an electronic warfare self-defence suite from EADS.
AFCS is a widely used and critical piece of avionic equipment in the helicopter sector, and substitution of present bulky test equipment by MiniFlits will help operational efficiency.