Ham Radio on your airplane!!

Discussion in 'On the Road' started by KE0BPK, Mar 20, 2015.

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  1. KB0YYO

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    Just remember that the noise level in the Kit Fox will be high, A very good noise canceling mic will be needed. I have flown in both the Super Cub and the Kit Fox. High noise level to say the least.
     
  2. KJ4ZWA

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    I am pretty sure that you will only need FAA approval if it is going to be in a type certificated airplane. For an experimental, it should not be a problem.
     
  3. KL7SG

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    You are correct. FAA approval would only be required for airplanes that have an FAA Type Certificate
     
  4. KK6GMN

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    I have a radio in my plane.... I use it all the time... well, it is not really a plane, it is a simulator I fly while taking on the radio in my shack. Oh well.
     
  5. K3LI

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    I fly with one all the time. Several QSOs with a UPS 757 driver going cross country. Get ready for the pile up with they figure out your aeronautical mobile.
     
  6. K3LI

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    You would only need FAA field approval if you permanently mount the radio to the air frame.
     
  7. KL7SG

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    Correct and the pilot in command can make the determination for carry on radios.
     
  8. K0UO

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