Accord Technology was recently authorized TSO-C145c for their latest receiver, sensor in the NexNav product family, the NexNav MAX GPS WAAS Class Beta-1, -2, -3. This successful GPS development is a part of the solution in a series of Accord Technology’s affordable civil aviation GPS receivers and sensor.
Available as circuit card receivers (CCA) for avionics OEM hosting or as line replaceable sensor units (LRU) for aircraft installations, MAX is affordable and meets the latest worldwide standards, says the company. It supports ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance-broadcast), all normal GPS procedures, as well as precision approach requirements such as LPV (Localizer Performance with Vertical Guidance) and RNP AR (Required Navigation Performance with Authorization Required).
“This TSO authorization for the NexNav MAX gives us greater flexibility to serve our customers with WAAS Beta 1 ONLY or Beta 1, 2, 3 LRU’s and CCA’s to fit their need,” says Hal Adams, COO for Accord Technology. “The NexNav MAX is another important ‘first’ for Accord Technology and we are anxious to move forward now with our AC 20-165 approved GPS sensor,” added Adams. Accord can be found at booth # 7839.