Discussion in 'Instruments / Avionics / Electrical System' started by BJC, Dec 20, 2016.
The latest from Nav-Worx.
Wow. I can't image that was easy to sit down and make the decision to take on the FAA in such a public way. I suspect his back is against the wall and he has no recourse but to make all this public and shame them into a reasonable decision. Kuddos to him for protecting his clients and redacting the files.
What a mess. This already obsolete ADS-B junk is rolling at us full steam ahead, its going to cost a lot people and lot of money and this garbage is happening? They need to get it together.
I was anticipating that I would use Nav-Worx to meet the 2020 requirement. I hope that this is resolved soon.
Has anyone here installed ADS-B in your HBA?
What hardware did you use?
For cost it's hard to beat. A friend just put the Garmin 345 in his rv7, and we just did the first of our work helicopters with a L3. Both travel and we are under the B veil.
I tend to agree. What makes this all more confusing/frustrating is that the DOT/NHTSA is pushing to develop V2V, which other than the limited range, is a far more useful system. ADS-b only encodes and transmits Aircraft ID, altitude, and flight vector. A fully developed V2V system could include a lot more data and could be synchronized with ADS-"C". Other than the limited transmit range of the ground system aircraft and automobiles could share the same system. With a few roving and stationary data repeaters (similar to current ADS-b dual frequency) V2V could be backward compatible with both ADS-b and ground based systems.
Holden and Aircar would like that :ban:
Trig TT22 with a Garmin GTN625.
At Oshkosh I talked with a TIG rep and he claimed they make pretty much all of them for everyone they just private label them etc.
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