The ADS-B Guide, by John Ferrara

The ADS-B Guide

by John Ferrara

ISBN-13:
9780578507262
Pages:
270
Weight:
1.2lbs
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This book provides an accurate and comprehensive look at ADS-B including information that will not be found anywhere else. Although one can click on the web and be inundated with ADS-B information the reader is still faced with organizing the information needed and verifying the accuracy of the information found on the web. The book provides a single dependable factual source which ties all the information together in an orderly and easy to understand structure.

Some examples of what you will learn:
a) An overview of how the system works,
b) Considerations in selecting equipment with a detailed discussion of 1090 compared to the UAT system,
c) How to know if the equipment meets the 2020 requirements,
d) Requirements for both certified and experimental aircraft,
e) Considerations when installing equipment,
f) Gotchas and how to avoid them


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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Introduction
Checklists
Before ADS-B
ADS-B Airspace
ADS-B Infrastructure
What the air traffic controller sees
What do you need for ADS-B
Buy now or buy later
Equipment selection
Equipment examples
Installation planning
Pilot Controls, Indicators, and operation
After the installation checkout
FAA ADS-B performance Monitor
Legacy ADS-B equipment and approvals
Experimental Aircraft
Portable ADS-B Out equipment
TABS traffic awareness beacon system
Interference, jamming, hacking
Flying with ADS-B traffic
Flying with ADS-B FIS-B
Supplemental Material

About the author:
John Ferrara brings a unique blend of knowledge and experience to the task of providing clear and accurate practical presentation on the many aspects of ADS-B. He is a long-time pilot and aircraft owner and holds a degree in electrical engineering from The Massachusetts Institute of Technology. John started flying in 1960, is instrument rated and has about 6000 hours including many hours of flight instructing. He regularly flies a Piper Twin Comanche ADS-B equipped. John also volunteers his time and serves as co-chair of the RTCA SG-5 committee preparing a new technical document for the FIS-B (Flight Information System-Broadcast) system.


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