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GA ADS-B Trial in Southern England

Old 31st Aug 2015, 16:03
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Impresive initiative indeed but unless it can be configured to pick up all the rest of the aircraft transponder squawking with non-ADSB Mode S, Mode C and also Mode A, which makes up the majority of GA aircraft, I can't see how it is a way forward.
A step in the right direction would be the ability to see Flarm traffic, but until/unless Flarm stops encrypting their data, this will not be possible. Sign up to this petition to encourage Flarm to change their policy.


https://www.change.org/p/mr-urs-roth...ail_responsive


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Old 21st Oct 2015, 14:53
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screenshots from Long Marston

shots from test at Long Marston, using 5 Pilotaware units

https://www.dropbox.com/s/o2kl09vcat...19.47.png?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/trt9t0ria1...31.34.png?dl=0
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Old 25th Nov 2015, 12:24
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more pilotaware awesomeness

screen shots from the most recent test, showing 30km+ range, flight IDs and proximity warning.


404B19 is another pilotaware unit, we just happened to catch the G-RVAH as well thru ADS-B pick up.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ytfaivhy1j...45.29.png?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/qiusubykkz...36.34.png?dl=0

https://www.dropbox.com/s/6biwavnkrg..._1421.PNG?dl=0
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Old 26th Nov 2015, 15:04
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Question if the aircraft had a compliant ADS-B system but no STC, if it was to be switch on and transmitting.

1. How does anybody know there is no STC.
Does it transmit a code saying certified.

2. What offence has been committed.

3. Who brings the charges and on what grounds.

I can see it in court My Lud it was a heavy traffic area and I was very concerned as low visibility so I switched it on for safety, so I plead not guilt.

That would be interesting and I think the anti EU press would be very interest in an organisation that was anti safety. Plus does it go against your human rights on safety grounds.
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Old 15th May 2016, 12:19
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Pilotaware now shipping. It's been quite a story.

PilotAware Hardware | PilotAware Hardware
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Old 15th May 2016, 16:40
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Perhaps we should start spelling EAsA with a small s as safety has been dropped and replaced with, Screw them,
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Old 15th May 2016, 19:28
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So if I have a panel mounted Garmin 496GPS and a Garmin 330 (non ES) is this unit my cheapest way to get ADS-B putting aside STC etc?
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Old 20th May 2016, 14:14
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It will cost you around 900 - 1000 to upgrade your 330 to an ES.

Your GPS and a 330 ES will not transmit SIL = 0 so is you are flying a permit aircraft you can not play. Your cheapest option is to sell the 330 ASAP (before ADS-B becomes more widly known) and fit a Trig or similar. Again assumeing a permit aircraft.

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