FreeFlight Systems ADS-B approved for Cessnas
AOPA Pilot
By Dave Hirschman FreeFlight Systems has gained FAA approval to install its Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) system in most Cessna

Aviation Today :: SEA Receives AML STC for ADSB
Southeast Aerospace (SEA), based in Melbourne, Fla., completed an approved model list supplemental type certificate (AML STC) with FreeFlight’s automatic

Avionics Magazine :: FAA Grants STC for King Air C90A ADSB Out
FAA granted a Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) to the University of North Dakota for the 1090 MHz Extended Squitter ADSB Out solution for the Hawker

One year to go: Austalia’s ADS-B fitment
Air Traffic Management
Business jet operators and airlines operating in Australia are being urged to get fitted with Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast (ADS-B) technology,

Primus Epic ADS-B kit secures Euro nod
Air Traffic Management
ADS-B Out enables an aircraft to use precise satellite global positioning (GPS) data to accurately pinpoint its position in real time and broadcast this

SEA Receives AML STC for ADS-B
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The contract includes Engineering, Certification and Installation of the FreeFlight RANGR ADS-B Out system in a Cessna 172S. The project in its entirety,

Dual Now Shipping ADSB Weather, Traffic Receiver | Flying
Dual Electronics has started shipping its new XGPS170 GPS and ADSB weather and traffic receiver for the iPad, iPhone and Android devices. Designed to

FS: Radenna SkyRadar ADSB – VAF Forums
I’ve installed the Dynon SV-ADSB-470 and have my SkyRadar unit for sale. It is the single channel (978mz) model and works great. I used it WiFi to my iFly 720.

Flight test: WingX Pro 7 and Dual XGPS170 ADSB Receiver – iPad
Portable ADSB receivers are relatively new to general aviation, and are an inexpensive way to receive subscription-free weather in the cockpit on iPads and

FAA Grants ADSB Out STC For King Air C90A | Aero-News Network
Authorization For UND Covers FreeFlight Systems 1201 WAAS GPS Sensor Installed With 1090 Out Mode S Transponder The FAA has granted a Supplemen |

Dynon Avionics Forum – ADSB working great
Just did the first flight with the ADSB unit and it functioned right out of the box. A little bit of getting used to different button pushing to find things, but i know that

FreeFlight Systems upgradable XPLORER ADSB receiver now
WACO, Texas — Now available from FreeFlight Systems is its XPLORER receiver, a datalink weather receiver with upgradability to full ADSB In weather…

EASA approves Honeywell’s Primus Epic ADSB | Helihub – the
ADSB Out enables an aircraft to use precise satellite global positioning (GPS) data Epic cockpit in Europe will also be able to upgrade to ADSB in the future,

Woodinville, WA, December 13th, 2012 – Dynon Avionics has released Version 5.0, coupled with the recently released SV-ADSB-470 UAT Band Traffic and

NavWorx ADS-B Is ‘Fully Operational,’ TSO Anticipated | Aero-News
Installed On Certified Cessna, Experimental RV Aircraft, And Others Avionics company NavWorx says its Universal Access Transceiver (UAT) … de| Published:

FreeFlight Systems Ships Affordable, Upgradable XPLORER ADSB
FreeFlight Systems designs and manufactures high-performance avionics systems that deliver substantial safety, cost, environmental and other benefits from the

Honeywell receives EASA Certification for Primus Epic ADSB
Primus Epic. Honeywell Aerospace (NYSE: HON) has received a European Technical Standard Order from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA)

NavWorx ADS-B is Fully Operational On Certified – I4U News
NavWorx ADS-B is Fully Operational On Certified Cessna, Experimental RV Aircraft, and Others. Read the Latest Trending News and Topics for Geeks

Honeywell receives EASA certicate for Primus Epic ADS-B Out
Corporate Jet Investor
Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), approving the use of its Primus Epic Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Out transponder in Europe.

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