NavWorx, Inc. has received Federal Communications Commission Authorization on its ADS600-B Transceiver, which links to the NextGen air transportation system, a satellite technology providing real-time display of traffic and weather to pilots of equipped aircraft.
Introduced in April at Sun ‘n Fun, the ADS600-B incorporates both transmit and receive capabilities of an Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Universal Access Transceiver (UAT) and is designed to meet FAA TSO-c154b. The ADS600-B generates symbology from traffic and weather broadcasts to be viewed on a variety of cockpit displays. ADS-B operates on the existing global GPS system and an expanding ADS-B infrastructure in the U.S. The ADS600-B can be installed on any aircraft.
The NavWorx product line consists of the ADS600 and PADS600, both ADS-B receivers designed for certified, experimental, and light-sport aircraft. The ADS600-B, priced at $2,495.00, is presently non-TSO’d. It takes full advantage of the free broadcast of traffic and weather under the FAA-mandated NexGen ADS-B network, according to company officials. For more information: 888-628-9679 or NavWorx.com.