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The GIA 63W is a microprocessor-based input/output Line Replaceable Unit (LRU) used in a Garmin Integrated Flight Deck. The GIA 63W communicates with the GDU via Ethernet high-speed data bus (HSDB), and with other LRUs using RS-232, RS-485/422, and ARINC 429. All configuration is done through the GDU. The GIA 63W contains the following sub-assemblies:
A main processor that interfaces with all LRUs in the G1000 sub-system and performs calculations for the GFC 700 autopilot (if equipped)
A twelve channel parallel GPS receiver that simultaneously tracks and uses up to 12 satellites. The GIA 63W includes a 15 channel WAAS certified GPS receiver.
A VHF COM transceiver that provides tuning from 118.00 to 136.992 MHz in 25 kHz or 8.33 kHz spacing for 760 or 2280 channel configuration respectively.
A VOR/ILS localizer receiver that provides tuning from 108.00 to 117.95 MHz in 50 kHz increments.
An ILS glideslope receiver that provides tuning from 328.6 to 335.4 MHz as paired with the frequency tuned on the VOR/ILS localizer receiver.