Gps 可否帶上飛機

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   By hiker the poor (219.77.244.143) on Sunday, November 06, 2005 - 8:22 pm:  Edit

一般航空公司都不準手提電話或
電腦在機上使用,怕影響電子儀器
gps (eg.garmin etrex) 會否影響航機安全
我下次想試試我在哪國上空和速度
有無人試過,機內可否收到訊號

   By tcyn (218.191.92.103) on Tuesday, November 08, 2005 - 10:55 am:  Edit

GPS 是可以的,因GPS 本身無信號發出,只有接收,係無問題的。

   By messhong (219.77.245.102) on Thursday, November 10, 2005 - 11:48 pm:  Edit

但手提電腦都一樣無信號,一樣唔準係機上用

   By Kin (218.191.226.161) on Friday, November 11, 2005 - 12:10 am:  Edit

起飛後可以用。
我試過係飛機上收到訊號,速度同顯示給乘客看的訊息原全一樣,
但發放給乘客的高度訊息,卻是約數。

   By messhong (219.79.64.170) on Friday, November 11, 2005 - 9:39 pm:  Edit

蘋果日報報導:民 航 處 指 , 以 往 機 長 只 能 勸 喻 乘 客 在 機 艙 不 應 使 用 手 提 電 話 及 電 腦 , 但 一 直 沒 有 法 例 禁 止 。 新 條 例 則 明 確 禁 止 操 作 電 子 器 材 。
我諗以後係機上都唔用得gps啦

   By Kin (203.198.131.81) on Tuesday, November 15, 2005 - 12:38 pm:  Edit

如果係咁,電子手錶都唔可以拎上機啦......

   By paliny (219.78.35.192) on Tuesday, November 15, 2005 - 3:48 pm:  Edit

點會禁止操作電子器材啊(除非是起飛和降落前)
有D航空公司重提供電腦使用和上網。
我亦經常在機上用電腦,空中服務員從沒勸喻過叫我停止使用。
有次upgrade去商務位,個空姐重自動送上插頭給我差電用。

   By gps愛好者 on Sunday, December 11, 2005 - 5:29 pm:  Edit

講真,現在有咩野唔係用電子先!
好ü手錶咁,好多都係用電子啦!
而且飛機本身都係用gps導航,如果用gps都話影響到,咁就唔好叫人搭飛機啦!

   By Jacky Lau on Sunday, February 05, 2006 - 6:08 pm:  Edit

小弟是電子電腦界, 可否多口, 插一插咀

GPS 雖然是是接收, 但因為需要接收高頻率 (高於音頻的電波), 內部需要用諧震電路 (電容器及線圈), 產生一個配合的電波去接收該衛星信息, 所以, 用理論去講, 它是有訊號發出的 (功率很低的訊號)

飛機基於安全理由, 將發生錯誤的機會 (干擾), 減至最低, 當然不希望閣下使用啦 !

不過, 如果沒有指定不可使用收音機, 相信, GPS 都可以使用吧

P.S. 現在的電子產品, 一般都會有小的諧震電路, 輸出一定小量不必要的干擾電波 (包括 電腦, 電子表)

   By Tom on Wednesday, March 22, 2006 - 11:37 am:  Edit

From: http://gpsinformation.net/airgps/airgps.htm

The Airlines which OFFICIALLY APPROVE the use of GPS receivers during CRUISE
This actually means pilot discretion in all cases.

Aer Lingus (Irish, as of April 2005)

Air Canada
Air New Zealand
Air Malaysia
Air Tanzania

Alitalia (Italy)
Braathens (owned by SAS) Norway

British Airways
Cathay Pacific
CAAC (China Airlines, Mainland China)
Continental Airlines (as of April 2005, changed AGAIN! These folks change twice a year.)
CrossAir
Delta Airlines
EasyJet (Europe)
Egypt Air
FinnAir (as of May 2003)
First Choice Airlines (UK) (If No, ask staff to check flight manual)

Frontier Airlines(as of December 2004)
Icelandair
Jet Airways (India)
KLM (Flight operations book under rule 120.8.5)
LOT Polish Airlines
Maersk Air (Denmark)
MidWest Express (USA)
Nationwide Airlines (South Africa)

NorthWest Airlines (Flight operations book under rule 120.8.5)
Qantas
Precision Air (Tanzania)

Reno Airlines
Ryanair (Irish)
Singapore Air Lines
SAS (flip-flopped again as of 2/2/04)

SN Brussels Airlines (as of 11/25/03 per <kteirbroodt@brusselsairlines.com>

South African Airways
Southwest Airlines
Sun Country (Regional USA)
Swiss (Was Swissair and CrossAir)
Tunis Air
United Air Lines (may ask if your GPS is FCC Class B approved. All handhelds are. Show them in the manual.)
US Airways (was US Air)
Vanguard Airlines
Virgin Airlines
WestJet Airlines (Canada)

Airlines which OFFICIALLY DO NOT APPROVE the use of GPS receivers at ANY time during flight.
(*) Individual Pilots may allow GPS use. (It never hurts to ask the pilot on any flight. Oftentimes, cabin attendants say NO automatically. If the cabin attendant says "no" respectfully ask them to make your request to the pilot.)
Alaska Airlines (as of 04/01, Yep, they changed AGAIN)
Air Tran
America West Airlines
American Airlines (as of 21 July 2000)
Britannia Airlines (as of May 2003)
El Al Airlines (Israel)
Hawaiian Airlines(*)
Horizon Airlines(*)
Iberia Airlines(*)
JetBlue Airways (USA, as of January 2004)(*)

Lufthansa Airlines
Mexicana airlines
Midway Express
Monarch Airlines
Spirit Airlines
Transavia (Dutch)
Varig Airlines


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