ADS-B

Self-developed space-borne ADS-B receiver has accomplished the first domestic on-orbit verification, successfully receiving information concerning plane type, code for airline, position, speed, altitude and flight course of the global flight. It can receive over 400,000 ADS-B data covering the globe. The data received has been applied to CLP Group the 28th and 54th research institutes, China...

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Introduction

Self-developed space-borne ADS-B receiver has accomplished the first domestic on-orbit verification, successfully receiving information concerning plane type, code for airline, position, speed, altitude and flight course of the global flight. It can receive over 400,000 ADS-B data covering the globe. The data received has been applied to CLP Group the 28th and 54th research institutes, China Civil Aviation University, and many other units. The space-borne ADS-B receiver has been applied in the international civil aviation air traffic control standard formulation and target identification. 


Features
Specifications
Item Specifications Unit
Weight 70 g
Size 120×80×10 mm3
Power Consumption ≤2 W
Frequency point 1090 MHz
Receiving sensitivity Superior to -93dBm


Applications
Product Mission Record or Plan
ADS-B TT-1 2012
ADS-B TT-3 2015