Features October 15, 1999 Issue

GPS 406 MHz EPIRBs: ACR vs. NAT

ACR and National Airborne Technology have taken two distinct approaches to transmitting position data along with distress signals. We favor NATís integral GPS over ACRís peripheral connection, but itís twice as expensive.

ACR and National Airborne Technology have taken two distinct approaches to transmitting position data along with distress signals. We favor NATís integral GPS over ACRís peripheral connection, but itís twice as expensive.

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