L-3 Communications Avionics Systems Landmark 8100 Class B TAWS uses its own WAAS-enabled GPS data to derive its altitude information, making it far simpler to retrofit, L-3 says, than units that must interface with an aircraft's air data system to get corrected barometric altitude data. The Landmark 8100 has the same accuracy and high resolution as L-3's Landmark 8000 Class B TAWS that does use corrected baro data from the aircraft's system. The Landmark 8000 unit costs slightly less ...

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