Re: Ultralight DX on an Airplane?


Michael <michael.setaazul@...>
 

My understanding was that the original concern was that an oscillator
emitting inside the cabin *might* disrupt pre-digital avionics
- not crew communications. With advances in electronics, this has
been superseded by other concerns.

Michael UK
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On 18.09.18 01:52, ray Phillips phillicom@... [ultralightdx] wrote:
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Superhet radio receivers are those that have a local oscillator and can emit a radio signal.
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The local oscillator signal is small and does not contain any modulation and so will not carry any sounds from inside the aircraft. At worst it will generate a fixed tone in the pilots' headsets.
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When flying in commercial aircraft, you can be assured that the aircraft is totally secure from locally generated interference.
Ray

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