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- A field of applied research in which electronic devices are adapted to use in aviation. Avionics are aeronautical electronics, not necessarily restricted to aerodynes only. Although the term implies use of equipment in airborne applications only, it also extends to ground-based equipment like radar and surface-to-air weapons.
- KUMAR, Bharat (ed.). An illustrated dictionary of aviation. New York: McGraw-Hill, c2005. 752 p.
- INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANIZATION. Operating procedures and practices for regional monitoring agencies in relation to the use of a 300m (1000ft) vertical separation minimum between FL 290 and FL 410 inclusive. Montreal, 2010. (Doc. 9937 AN/477).
- The risk of collision associated with aircraft technical height-keeping performance, which specifically refers to the performance affected by the avionics of the aircraft, not the flight crew.
Republic F-105B Thunderchief with avionics layout.