Category Archives: Interface

  1. Inside a OEM Weather Radar Panel

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    14. January 2021 by Peter

    I bought a real weather radar panel a few years ago and in the process of interfacing it I did …
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  2. Converting OEM audio panel

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    5. January 2021 by Peter

    About a year ago I bought a bunch of different OEM panels – That is real panels from an aircraft.I’ve …
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  3. Corona and ghosts

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    25. October 2020 by Peter

    I did a few posts about the intercom. Once I finish my videos and post things everything was working fine …
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  4. Interfacing aviation headsets

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    22. May 2020 by Peter

    This is part three in my trilogy about aviation headset. First part covered the headsets in general. Second part how …
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  5. Prosim Intercom

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    3. May 2020 by Peter

    This is going to be a very long post. It’s mainly a guide for people who want to use the …
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  6. Intercom

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    3. May 2020 by Peter

    So I bought some aviation headsets the other day. More on them in a different post. The thing with aviation …
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  7. 2 David Clark headsets

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    25. April 2020 by Peter

    I just got my hand on two (used) David Clark headsets. So now starts the headache of interfacing them. They …
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  8. OEM Audio Control Panel

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    21. February 2020 by Peter

    I have an OEM Audio Control Panel (ACP). That means it is a panel from a real aircraft. It is …
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  9. Locating errors on MasterCard

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    17. February 2020 by Peter

    I bought some additional MasterCards last autumn and installed them last month. As always when I do something other things …
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  10. Wait. What? Was that 2019?

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    5. February 2020 by Peter

    So apparently 2019 more or less passed with out any updates on the page. Sorry about that. And to be …
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