ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION OF AERONAUTICAL CHARTS

John D. Kay

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Abstract: IN SOME WAYS the figure 86,400, the number of seconds in one day, is as significant as 24, the number of hours in one day. Because we have so many more things to do each day than our normal activities and time permit, it behooves us to try to find another way-different systems-that will accomplish faster (and better, if possible) the work we have to do. By utilizing electronic equipment and fitting it into a simple system we may be able to meet more of the demands made upon our limited time. Most of the equipment we need is readily available. When it is assembled effectively we can achieve startling results-greater efficiency and speed, perhaps at less cost and certainly with more uniform results.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 6, Number 6
Pages: 390 - 395
Cite this article: Kay, John D., "ELECTRONIC TRANSMISSION OF AERONAUTICAL CHARTS", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 6, No. 6, 1959, pp. 390-395.
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