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Module 5. Digital techniques / Electronic instrument systems
An aircraft may have been HIRF affected.
•  Test all radio frequencies for interference.
•  A static wick check is required.
•  A bonding load check is required.

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Community comments: 1
BigPersonalety
Posts: 3
23.12.2021 / 19:52
After aircraft been affected by HIRF (high intensity radio fields) static wicks have been used to "throw off" the static charge. When this happens, there is a chance that static charge that have been thrown off have been large and thus static charge spark may have been quite large and there is quite large chance that it may have been burned that wick.
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