ADS-B; A guide to connecting GPS-devices, ADS-B receivers, Mode-S transponders and displays...page 1

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PREFACE

This document was drafted to aid in using and connecting GPS/Flarm, ADS-B receivers, Mode-S transponders and displays.

Authors: R. de Dreu & M. Dortu (Glider Pilot Shop), translation by Marcel Knol (The PocketFMS Foundation).

DISCLAIMER


The authors, translator, Glider Pilot Shop, The PocketFMS Foundation provide no warranties as to the correctness, completeness or currency of the information provided in this document. Use of the information provided in this document is at the users risk. The user is responsible for complying with all relevant procedures, laws, rules and regulations (which may vary per country) as well as adherence to the applicable and current manufacturers installation and operation manuals. 

CONTENTS

PREFACE 1
DISCLAIMER 1
CONTENTS 1
ADS-B EXPLAINED 2
RECEIVING DATA...ADS-B IN 3
- Garrecht TRX-1090 ADS-B receiver 3
- Garrecht TRX-2000 Traffic Monitor 3
- Garrecht TRX-1000 ADS-B receiver 3
- PowerFlarm Core 3
DISPLAYING TRAFFIC DATA 4
- Oudie, personal navigation assistant 4
- PocketFMS navigation software 4
- LXNAV LX80X0-series navigation computers 4
- LXNAV LX90X0-series navigation computers 4
- LXNAV Flarm displays 4
TRANSMITTING DATA...ADS-B OUT 5
- Garrecht VT01 UltraCompact transponder 5
- Trig TT21 & TT22 transponders 5
- f.u.n.k.e. TRT800 transponder 5
- Becker BXP-6401-1 & -2 transponders 5
- Dittel KTX2 transponder 5
GPS-SOURCES 6
- Flarm 6
- PowerFlarm Core (Pure) 6
- LXNAV LX80X0- & LX90X0-series 6
REFERENCES 7
   
   

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