If you’re in need of a UAT with WAAS GPS receiver, the units listed below all meet the 2020 ADS-B Out requirement. Keep in mind that if your aircraft will be flown over 18,000 feet or outside of the United States, a Mode S Transponder with Extended Squitter is the equipment you’ll be required to have. Even if you’re not flying over 18,000 feet or outside the U.S., but your aircraft is capable of doing so, you should consider a Mode S ES transponder for resale purposes – A UAT ADS-B Out solution in your aircraft will affect its resale value come January 1, 2020.
Got a UAT with WAAS product question?
Make sure you fully understand exactly what you’re required to have in your aircraft because the 2020 mandate will be here before you know it. And the closer it gets, the harder it will be to find the equipment needed and the shop time available to perform the installations. Prolonging the upgrades could result in significantly higher costs for both the equipment and installation.
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