BendixKing By Honeywell ADS-B Solutions
ADS-B overcomes limitations in the current National Airspace System. These limitations come from systems that rely on interrogation from traditional radar.
ADS-B can also increase situational awareness for the pilot with free ADS-B Traffic and Weather information. On May 27, 2010, the FAA published the ADS-B OUT rules contained in 14 CFR §91.225 and §91.227. The rules become effective on January 1, 2020 for the transmission of precise location and other information about the aircraft to ADS-B ground stations and other ADS-B equipped aircraft. ADS-B mandates have been adopted globally for 1090 MHz (ES) called "extended squitter and 978 MHz called "UAT" within the United States. BendixKing provides a Fusion of Next Generation Avionics for the Next Generation Airspace by BendixKing and Honeywell for you, our customer.
KGX 150 T UAT Transceiver with WAAS GPS
ADS-B Receiver and UAT Transmitter with optional WI F I, best optimized for the those who fly below 18,000 feet. Also includes an integrated ADS-B OUT Compliant WAAS GPS. The KGX 150T provides the ADS-B traffic and weather services to non-certified wireless tablet or certified compatible panel display. An optional Control Head is available for additional ADS-B required information and annunciations.