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ADS-C is used in oceanic environments, for example over the Atlantic and the Pacific. FL350 to FL390 on the North Atlantic Track System is restricted to ADS-C equipped aircraft. Non ADS-C aircraft have to fly either below or above those levels (crossing through those levels is permitted) The text below is a part of today's Norht Atantic Track message ...


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It's already here, but it's private Your proposed geostationary orbits are very high, and since aircraft are the transmitters, that means high power antennas are required from the aircraft. However, low Earth orbits (LEO) are more forgiving. By using 72 ADS-B receiver-equipped satellites in LEO (icao.int), Aireon will provide 100% global coverage by Q3 ...


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ADS Broadcast and ADS Contract are intended for different purposes. They use the same type of equipment except for the link technology, which is matched to the differing intent. ADSB is intended to allow self separation between aircraft as well as for informing ground control of position, as a radar would. It is a predetermined set of messages that are ...


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1) ADS-B will stop working when the transponder is switched off at the gate after arrival in Tokyo. Airliners use the 1090 MHz Extended Squitter variety of ADS-B which is the worldwide standard. 2) I don't have hard numbers but I guess it is approximately 90 percent of the flights. At most economical cruise flight levels, ADS-C is mandatory. 3) ADS-C is a ...


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Regarding the confusion, if this is for your thesis like your previous question, ICAO Doc 10037, which supercedes Doc 9694, should clarify many things. But there could be more applicable references based on your research topic (you can ask your advisor to make recommendations). Regarding your questions: Does FANS 1/A have ADS-C? Only "FANS 1/A ADS-C" does,...


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