The Mode C veil is not going to go away. Instead, in 2020 you will have an
additional requirement of either a Mode-S transponder with extended squitter
and GPS position reporting encoded into the extended squitter (known as
1090-ES) to replace your Mode-C transponder, or you can have ADS-B Out
Hahaha Larry I could supply the link but I can't guarantee what you will
A very sick computer is all I can guarantee!
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Correction for my last post.The GDL 39 is not a transceiver,a receiver
only,and would not be considered A UAT.Tommy W.
On Wed, Jun 4, 2014 at 10:13 AM, Jeff Scott via KRnet
> The Mode C veil is not going to go away. Instead, in 2020 you will have an
> additional requirement of either a
Here's my story concerning transponders.Rick Human gave a good description
of Mode S and ADSB.I removed my KT-76 and ACK30 encoder from the KR because
it was dead weight as far as I was concerned.The units worked fine but my
flying was not in class A,B,or C airspace.And yes it is better to have
My airplane setup is pretty close to what you are describing. I have a Dynon D6
and use its encoder output to provide altitude to a used Collins Transponder I
purchased on the ebay avionics list for $400. It hasn't change from 1200 since
the day I installed it but it does work fine. The
I'm planning on getting a Dynon D6 EFIS, which is currently $1600. This
replaces all the primary instruments and several others as well, and its
altimeter is encoding. I'm waiting on that because the price will only go
down (unless Dynon introduces a new model -- then it will REALLY go down).
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