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The F-16 uses a MIL-STD-1553 data bus and was the first aircraft to do so. References: https://www.testandmeasurementtips.com/making-measurements-mil-std-1553-connections/ https://www.aim-online.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/01/aim-ovw1553-u.pdf


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This is a so called aspirated TAT sensor, optional on the Airbus. Air is being drawn through aspirated TAT sensors to ensure that they correctly indicate the temperature even when the aircraft is not moving. Normal TAT sensors develop a bias when the aircraft is static. This video gives a nice explanation.


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