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    DC-9-15 cockpit builder
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    Smile Bruce from Kauai

    Hi, I have just joined. I have been interested in aircraft equipment since I was 13 years old. I am now 72 with 31 years as an electrical engineer with the Navy involved with test and evaluation of new navy aircraft. I have recently purchased the primary flight instrument panels and throttle quadrant unit from a retired DC-9 and I want to design and build a hardware-in-the-loop cockpit flight simulator. My limited research shows me that most sim builders obtain digital flat panel displays. I would like to interact with some one who is familiar with the synchro/resolver analog world. I hope someone out there is doing what I am just starting.

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    Re: Bruce from Kauai

    Hi welcome

    I'm new here too
    I can't really help you so... just welcome

    Mr. B

  3. Thanks Bruce thanked for this post