Tab Content
  • txnetcop's Avatar
    Yesterday, 16:39
    32 replies | 1693 view(s)
  • Panther_99FS's Avatar
    Yesterday, 15:57
    0 replies | 29 view(s)
  • txnetcop's Avatar
    Yesterday, 10:28
    txnetcop replied to a thread Old Airmen in FSX General Discussion
    65's just a number! Ted
    22 replies | 389 view(s)
  • Ickie's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:25
    Ickie replied to a thread SOH and Daily Hackers in The NewsHawks
    Time: Mon Jun 29 03:51:02 2015 -0400 IP: (PH/Philippines/ Failures: 5 (smtpauth) Interval: 300 seconds Blocked: Yes ============== Time: Mon Jun 29 17:21:15 2015 -0400 IP: (UA/Ukraine/ Hits: 11 Blocked: Permanent Block
    77 replies | 3883 view(s)
  • txnetcop's Avatar
    June 28th, 2015, 16:14
    The best is the Duke Turbine v2 Ted
    26 replies | 738 view(s)
  • EasyEd's Avatar
    June 28th, 2015, 15:29
    Hey All, Ryan you said in the first post something about a virtual charter op. You joining one or creating one? -Ed-
    21 replies | 521 view(s)
  • Panther_99FS's Avatar
    June 28th, 2015, 13:46
    Daveroo, Seems a bit political towards Honda to me. First (and arguably foremost), there was the turbocharger issue to which Honda lost out on and now with Honda being winless, there is talk of them pulling out...
    4 replies | 98 view(s)
  • EasyEd's Avatar
    June 28th, 2015, 10:43
    Hey All, They are putting it in a Vans RV-10. First flight a year ago. It will be interesting to watch what the performance is. A video said 170 plus kts but they aren't showing fuel burns. -Ed-
    21 replies | 521 view(s)
  • EasyEd's Avatar
    June 28th, 2015, 09:55
    Hey All, You might also look at the Quest Kodiak. Great plane slower than a 12 but can go amphibs! Something a bit over 1100nm is a reasonable max range. It is probably my second favorite. As I said I would like a 206 and a beaver. And I don't get why 4 place GA are not using turbine engines like a PBS 100 a 240 hp turbine certainly not overkill for GA. -Ed-
    21 replies | 521 view(s)
  • EasyEd's Avatar
    June 28th, 2015, 08:16
    Hey All, Fly what you like. I think the 12 is a beautiful plane - even just sitting on the ground. Much of it's beauty is that it is multi-mission capable, stout and fast with great short field capability. In all honesty it is overall - as no plane really does everything - my favorite plane in FS. For a bit less plane I wish we had a turbine 206 (the soloy) and for a bit more plane I like the 1900s. And when will we see a turbine beaver?
    21 replies | 521 view(s)
  • Panther_99FS's Avatar
    June 28th, 2015, 08:14
    Daveroo, This sets a dangerous precedence - because the next time something happens it will most likely be a drive through penalty for the driver meanwhile Graham's win is uncontested....
    4 replies | 98 view(s)
  • Ickie's Avatar
    June 28th, 2015, 01:47
    Ickie replied to a thread SOH and Daily Hackers in The NewsHawks
    Time: Sun Jun 28 02:27:34 2015 -0400 IP: (BA/Bosnia and Herzegovina/ Failures: 5 (smtpauth) Interval: 300 seconds Blocked: Yes ======= Time: Sun Jun 28 03:38:44 2015 -0400 IP: (DK/Denmark/ Failures: 10 (ftpd) Interval: 300 seconds
    77 replies | 3883 view(s)
More Activity

2 Visitor Messages

  1. View Conversation
    Hey John~ Thanks for helping me out with the "friendship request" issue. I did not get any notification at all.
    Gigabyte was able to help me with the Blog thing. So we are all set!
    Great teamwork there!
  2. Cool pic of you and the tweet!! I'm very envious. Maybe if I had better eyesight I wouldn't have failed my flight physical and toiled as a crew chief for so many years. Renting planes gets expensive!!

    You're kinda reserved, but I'd sure love to hear some good flying stories of your sometimes. What years were you active and what ypes did you fly?
Showing Visitor Messages 1 to 2 of 2
About jmig

Basic Information

Date of Birth
December 25, 1947 (67)
About jmig
Lafayette, LA
Sales Engineer/Partner



My first SIM was a Link Trainer. My last was a T-6 II

Intel Quad Core Sandy Bridge 2600
16 GB 1600 DDR3 RAM
256 Intel SSD SATA 3 Drive
ATI 6970 2 GB RAM
IR Track 4
Currently using dual beamers


Total Posts
Total Posts
Posts Per Day
Last Post
F-35 Lightning II version 3.0 for Prepar3D v2.5 June 18th, 2015 13:48
Visitor Messages
Total Messages
Most Recent Message
September 13th, 2010 15:55
General Information
Last Activity
Yesterday 11:59
Join Date
June 25th, 2007

17 Friends

  1. David_L6 David_L6 is offline

    SOH Staff

  2. djscoo djscoo is offline

    Senior Member

  3. EasyEd EasyEd is offline

    Members +

  4. GatorFlyer GatorFlyer is offline

    Members +

  5. GT182 GT182 is offline

    Members +

  6. Henry  Henry is offline

    Retired SOH Administrator

  7. Ickie  Ickie is offline

    SOH Administrator

  8. Jagdflieger  Jagdflieger is offline

    Jr. Admin

  9. JohnC JohnC is offline

    SOH Backup Manager

  10. JorisVandenBerghe JorisVandenBerghe is offline

    Charter Member 2010

    • Send a message via MSN to JorisVandenBerghe
    • Send a message via Yahoo to JorisVandenBerghe
Showing Friends 1 to 10 of 17
Page 1 of 2 12 LastLast
View jmig's Blog

Recent Entries

Inside Beta Testing

by jmig on January 2nd, 2012 at 18:23
Over the last ten years or so, we have all seen MSFS models go from $5.00 each to $50.00 and more. With the increase in pricing, have come increased systems integration and model complexity. Interior and exterior visual acuity rivals today real aircraft. As the realism of flight sim models have increased, so too have the expectations of the consumer.

Developers are caught between the customers’ desire for ever better and more exact models, and the increased costs in man hours to program

Read More

Flight Simulator X

T-38 Blog: End Devices for I/O Cards

by jmig on September 25th, 2010 at 14:22
T-38 Blog


End Devices for I/O Cards

Real world pilots control aircraft functions with switches, potentiometers, encoders, etc. We virtual pilots can also control our virtual aircraft with switches, potentiometers, encoders and more…through the I/O card.

Remember the I/O card is nothing more than a middle man between us and the flight simulator. By twisting a knob, or moving a control we send information through the I/O card to our virtual

Read More

T-38 Blog: I/O Cards

by jmig on September 13th, 2010 at 16:22
T-38 Blog


Using I/O Cards

In an earlier entry I mentioned Input/Output (I/O) cards. Today we will look more closely at them and what they can do to enhance your flight sim experience. We will also look at some different I/O cards and later start building a simple switch panel which will control some of the MSFS basic functions.

Perhaps the most common I/O card available is the one in that old used joystick you have sitting up in the

Read More

T-38 Blog: The Cockpit

by jmig on August 28th, 2010 at 17:53
T-38 Blog


The Cockpit

I have had several requests for pictures of the cockpit. So I am posting here a few pictures of what the cockpit looks like. Please remember this is the acumination of six or seven years of research and work.

As we continue this blog, I will show you how I made many of the components and panels you see here.
This blog will go through the basic building blocks which together make up the simulator. Also, what

Read More

T-38 Blog: First-Sim & I/O Cards -

by jmig on August 26th, 2010 at 17:10
Attachment 16880T-38 Blog

First-Sim & I/O Cards

Here are pictures of my first sim “cockpit”. It consisted of two Go-Flight Modules and three parts I made myself.
Attachment 16881Attachment 16882
I also used two monitors, One for the outside view and another for the instruments. Holding everything was a simple plywood frame I constructed to support the monitors and components.
The Go-Flight models

Read More