|By integrating deeply with your Dynon SkyView system, the SkyView COM Radio tunes frequencies by airport and station type - rather than by spinning in a number - at the touch of a button. You can also send frequencies over from the SkyView map airport info pages. For when you're feeling nostalgic (or are following ATC instructions), a dual concentric knob lets you spin in frequencies "the old fashioned way." SkyView will identify the airport and station type as you tune to help ensure you're talking to the right radio station. The SV-COM-X83 adds 8.33 kHz channel spacing.|
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The transmit wattage is 6W. We have uploaded specs to the 'Documents' tab for specific measurements.
No, the Dynon Skyview Com system is intended for use in experimental aircraft only.
The Dynon Skyview system and its components are ONLY intended for use in experimental aircraft.
No, this Dynon com is intended for installation into a Dynon Skyview system.
No SkyView network cables must be purchased separately. They are available in different lengths.