Updating garmin 350

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With this advisory guidance, you’re able to fly more consistent and more precise vertical glidepaths into a variety of airfields.

A fully certified VHF communications radio provides a standard 10 W (or optional 16 W) of power output.

The system is even pilot-selectable to either 25 k Hz or 8.33 k Hz channel spacing.

Recent, nearby and saved frequencies are easy to access.

Any way you look at it, GTN technology is the logical choice for your avionics stack.

If you’ve flown with our earlier-generation GNS™ 430 or GNS 530 series avionics, you’ll find the menus of GTN 750 have a familiar layout and feel.

For added control stability in flight, raised grips in the bezel and a shelf across the lower edge of the display serve as gripping points in both smooth and turbulent flight conditions.

For added flexibility, you can also select vectors to intercept your final approach course and set up a stabilized approach.

Precise course deviation and roll steering outputs can be coupled to Garmin autopilots and select third-party autopilots so IFR flight procedures such as holds, Next Gen radius-to-fix (RF) legs and missed approaches may be flown automatically.

It’s approved for installation in hundreds of makes and models of fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters — putting high-resolution terrain mapping, graphical flight planning, georeferenced charting, traffic target surveillance, multiple weather options, taxiway diagrams and a host of other advanced navigation features at your fingertips.

To further streamline your cockpit management, GTN 750 integrates with other Garmin avionics to add exclusive industry-leading technologies such as Telligence voice command and Connext wireless cockpit connectivity to support data streaming between your avionics and the Garmin Pilot™, Fore Flight and Flt Plan Go apps running on your i Pad® tablet or another compatible mobile device.

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