ADS-B: le bon et le moins bon

Posted on 23/08/2012 by

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ADS-B, or Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast, is a new technology that will allow pilots and controllers to see traffic with more precision than before. Instead of relying on radar technology, ADS-B uses GPS signals from communicating airplanes. Therefore, ADS-B works where radar does not, including remote or mountainous terrain. It can be used to monitor traffic on airport taxiways and runways as a result.

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