By: Mathew Hornbeck

New Technology

The Glass Cockpit was made in May 2002 for NASA and the USAF then in 2008 after redesigning the Glass Cockpit it could in smaller aircraft. This technology uses microwaves for the GPS and satellite imaging. The GPS is where this invention uses microwaves. This has helped make aircraft more effective in navigation and in aircraft information.
Garmin's New G3X Touch Glass Cockpit


The Wavelength Range: 1mm - 25um

You can use microwaves to cook your food, GPS, phones, and some WiFi emitters.

Electromagnetic Spectrum: Microwaves