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UNIVERSAL AVIONICS WILL USE THALES
UNIVERSAL AVIONICS WILL USE THALES' SkyNav GG12W GPS receiver integrated circuit boards in the company's new flight management systems for business jets. Developed specifically for aviation use, the boards receive GPS and the Russian Glonass satnav signals, as well as the GPS' Wide Area Augmentation System signals. The receiver operates in both autonomous and differential modes, which is valuable for precision approaches, and has extensive antijamming capabilities, according to Tucson, Ariz.-based Universal Avionics.