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a good chance your aircraft is already equipped with a GPS system
of some kind. If so, the questions become;
·Why do I need a Pocket GPS?
You know better than anyone the importance of having safe, reliable
back-up systems. A short circuit, power outage or malfunction could
put you in a situation where you're flying blind. This is when having
a pocket GPS suddenly becomes worth its weight in gold. Also, according
to the what goes up must come down theory, eventually you will arrive
someplace and having a tool that will guide you as reliably on land
as it does in the sky can be very handy.
· Why should it be a TeleType?
First of all TeleType's founder and CEO is a private pilot himself
so we personally understand precisely the issues you face. Secondly,
only TeleType lets you customize your Pocket GPS to your specifications
and needs. Finally, TeleType pioneered the use of pocket based computers
in the air over 10 years ago, and has been in business over 20 years.
GPS Bluetooth Receiver 12 Channel - WAAS
offers pilots free plug-in allowing Nexrad radar weather
images to be super imposed on GPS enabled maps for up to
date weather conditions while flying. Details.
any form of cellular or satellite communications including
the Globalstar tri-mode satellite phone in combination with
the TeleType GPS Aviation package which includes NEXRAD
radar weather plug-in.