BOEING 727 MODIFICATIONS (309)

Introduction of ADS-B Out as per CS-ACNS

Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is a system broadcasting, without the need for action from the pilot or any request from ATC, that provides an enhanced set of aircraft surveillance data to Air Traffic Management (and potentially to other airplanes)

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Introduction of Emergency Locator Transmitter

 

ELTs are emergency transmitters that are carried aboard most general aviation aircraft. In the event of an aircraft accident, these devices are designed to transmit a distress signal on 121.5 and 243.0 MHz frequencies, and for newer ELTs, on 406 MHz. ELTs are required to be installed in almost all U.S.-registered civil aircraft, including general aviation aircraft, as a result of a congressional mandate.

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Installation of an AlliedSignal CAS-67A TCAS II Traffic Alert and...

Installation of an AlliedSignal CAS-67A TCAS II Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System.

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Installation of the aircraft data link system for communication supporting...

Installation of the aircraft data link system for communication supporting Air Traffic Services (ATS) and an ICG Iridium Satcom, installation of the Universal Avionics UniLink´┐Ż UL-801 Communications Management Unit, and UNS-1Lw Flight Management Systems f

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Installation of a CAS-81 TCAS II system and dual Bendix/King...

Installation of a CAS-81 TCAS II system and dual Bendix/King TRA-67 Mode S transponders.

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