Accord Technologies Shows Its NexNav GPS receivers at HeliExpo 2012

HAI Convention News » 2012
February 11, 2011, 9:10 PM

Phoenix-based Accord Technologies is at Heli-Expo (Booth No. 7839) to acquaint OEMs, avionics developers and modification centers with its NexNav modular GPS receivers.

The company’s small, low-power receivers are available as circuit card assemblies (CCA) for avionics OEM hosting or as LRUs for aircraft installations. They will support ADS-B, all normal GPS procedures and precision approach requirements.

Accord’s NexNav technology is compatible with Satellite Based Augmentation Systems (SBAS) including WAAS, European EGNOS, Japan’s MTSAT and GAGAN in India.

“The NexNav Max CCA is delivered ready to integrate into host avionics systems as an LRU sensor or a standalone module to ARINC 743 requirements. We can package the CCA in a module tailored to your application,” said Hal Adams, Accord Technology COO.

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