Design of Entertainment Equipment for Passenger Aircraft
Audio and video equipment for entertainment use on passenger aircraft must be specially designed to withstand the environmental rigors of flight and meet performance standards set by government agencies, air frame manufacturers, aviation associations, and airlines. Qualification procedures include environmental simulation trials, checkout of the effects of power input abberations, EMI (electromagnetic interference) measurements, and airworthiness safety tests.
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