GR-452 ADS-B Receiver System
Automatic Dependence Surveillance-Broadcast
[GR-452A ADS-B Receiver Key Features]
■Frequency 1090MHz ■Complete ADS-B Data Processing – No Central Equipment needed ■Covers up to 250nm Range ■Compact, Easy to Install, Maintenance-Free, Robust Architecture ■Automatic Self Testing (BITE) ■Full Remote Control and Monitoring ■Secure Communication and Password Protection
[GR-452B ADS-B Transmitter Key Features]
■ADS-B compatible signal (position, velocity, address) ■Parameter seting by keyboard & RS-232 interface ■Built-in LCD for status information display ■Built-in test equipment
Airlines and air navigation service providers benefit from improved low cost surveillance leading to safety enhancement, reduced workload for both pilots and controllers and more efficient operations.
Enablers for ADS-B
ADS-B used in air-to-ground applications provides support in all phases of flight and ground operations:
The ADS-B ground station system provides the means of identification of other civilian aircrafts which are equipped with a Mode S compatible transponder. The system confirms to the relevant requirements of ICAO Annex 10, Vol. IV and STANAG 4193, Part 1, Edition 2. Thus it is compatible with all other IFF and SSR systems meeting those requirements. The major equipment items are in service with our army, navy, air force and civil aviation and qualified to meet ground station and warship environment, while all other component units are designed to meet these requirements. All that is necessary is the insertion of the appropriate computers into the secure housing supplied. All cabling and necessary controls form part of the offered system. The system is also supplied with Mode S facilities. However, to make full use of these facilities will require Data Handling capabilities external to the offered IFF/SSR system in order to initiate/ receive the necessary digital communication messages.
GR-452A General Specifications
|Dynamic Range||> 80dB|
|Mean Update Rate||1/s (max. 2/s)|
|Capacity||> 300 targets/s|
|Output Formats||Asterix, Raw Data|
|Time of Arrival Resolution||128MHz (7ns/2.4m)|
|Time Reference||12 Channel GPS, RAIM/HPL Processing|
|Power Supply||110/220VAC, 47~63Hz, 18~36VDC|
|Dimensions||482.6x177.0x350.6mm w/ Handle|
Local Integrity Monitoring by means of Site Monitor
Automatic Self Testing (BITE)
Periodic “Long Loop” Test using Site Monitor
Full Remote Control and Monitoring
Secure Communication and Protecting
Safe reboot and uploading of firmware
GR-452B General Specifications
|RF Power||Minimum peak 50W|
|Transmit Cycle||2 times per second|
|Power Consumption||Lower than 15W|
|Reliability||4,175 hours MTBF|
ADS-B Ground Station
Provides the ground segment of ADS-B air traffic control surveillance system for en-route, terminal area and surface movement control. Using 1090 Mode S Extended Squitter data link, the system outputs decoded data as Asterix category 21 to an attached network.
Air Traffic Control
It displays ADS-B data fully integrated on the same screen as flight plan data, radar data & ADS-C data.
Fuses data from multiple sensors, including ADS-B receiver and Mode S Airport Ground Sensor (MAGS) signal. Includes automatic provision of alerts and warnings, as well as traffic routing capabilities.
Multilateration - A passive co-operative sensor system, with full ADS-B capability, for surveillance and identification of suitably equipped aircraft and vehicles.
Vehicle management - A multi-link transmitter for vehicle management providing position and identification information to the airport’s A-SMGCS through multiple signal outputs including Mode S.
GR-452A ADS-B Receiver (In) Set
The GR-452A ADS-B ground station system provides the means of identification of other civilian aircrafts which are equipped with a Mode S compatible transponder. The system confirms to the relevant requirements of ICAO Annex 10, Vol. IV and STANAG 4193, Part 1, Edition 2.