ATC/DME test set for engineering and validation introduced by Cobham AvComm

WICHITA, Kan., 25 May 2015. Cobham Avionics and Communications (AvComm) in Wichita, Kan., formerly the Aeroflex AvComm business unit, is introducing the ATC-5000NG NextGen ATC/DME test set for engineering development, design validation, manufacturing, and return-to-service test applications.

May 25th, 2015
By Intelligent Aerospace staff
By Intelligent Aerospace staff

WICHITA, Kan., 25 May 2015. Cobham Avionics and Communications (AvComm) in Wichita, Kan., formerly the Aeroflex AvComm business unit, is introducing the ATC-5000NG NextGen ATC/DME test set for engineering development, design validation, manufacturing, and return-to-service test applications.

The ATC-5000NG ATC/DME engineering design, development, and test tool is the replacement product for the legacy SDX-2000 and the ATC-1400A/S-1403DL. The software-defined radio architecture supports more transponder RTCA DO-181E test capability than the legacy products did and has new capability needed to support the FAA NextGen test requirements including ADS-B (RTCA DO-260B) and UAT (RTCA DO-282).

"This will help our customers prepare for new requirements driven by the FAA’s NextGen and Europe’s SESAR Projects," says Ryan Panos, vice president and general manager of Cobham AvComm.

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For more information contact Cobham AvComm online at http://ats.aeroflex.com/contact/businesses.

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