GA Radio Stack is an application that can be used in a monitor separated from the main window of Microsoft Flight Simulator. The general aviation radio stack makes a great complement to GA panel.
Great for homebuilt cockpits or simulator enthusiasts who wants to expand their hobbies. Instructor mode is a must have for teaching others. Includes eight essential, general aviation, avionics devices.
- Bendix King Style radios.
- KMA 24 Audio Panel.
- KX 155 COM/NAV Transceiver.
- KN 62A DME (Adapted version to use two dme)
- KR 87 Automatic Direction Finder
- KT 76C Transponder.
- Fixed size: 600 x 904 Pixels (approx. real size). Can be reduced by hiding equipment to 600 x 776 Pixels.
- Many ways to change the values: mouse, keyboard (with different ways to do it).
- Multilingual. User editable language file (Currently available: English, Spanish).
- Customizable display colors.
- Mouse controlled knobs with auto increment/decrement. (adjustable speed).
- Individual working power switches, can also switch off on FS.
- Possibility to link NAV Ident button with Audio Panel Button (or use the real mode: separated switching).
- All states are saved in a config file, retrieved when loaded.
- Instructor mode: No needs to connect to FS.
- 95% buttons working, even they not simulated by FS.
- AUDIO: All FS accepted options plus marker lights test.
- COM / NAV: Power, Frequencies and Ident knobs working.
- DME: Source selectable: you can choice displaying dme1 or dme2
- ADF: Full button working, including Stby Freq., Timers (FLT & ET) and Countdown.
- XPDR: All switch positions, Flight level indication and timed out entries.