Designed for general aircraft applications, the TSO-certified
1201 GPS/WAAS Sensor provides position, velocity,
and time to an integrated navigation system. Other
notable features include Fault Detection and Exclusion
for navigational integrity and a twelve-channel receiver
for improved systems availability and continuity.
Selected for the FAA’s Capstone Program in Alaska,
this sensor system supports oceanic and domestic enroute,
terminal, non-precision approach and departure operations.
The small, lightweight 1201 GPS/WAAS Sensor offers
RS-232 data output for easy integration into your
The 1201 GPS/WAAS sensor meets
the ADS-B requirements for PVT sensor accuracy and
integrity in all regions of the world. When combined
with a data link such as the FreeFlight Systems 978
MHz Data Radio, dual antennas, and a control head,
the 1201 WAAS Class 1 Sensors are an efficient, effective,
and economical ADS-B Out solution for the rotorcraft
and general aviation markets.
Flying with ADS-B technology provides
numerous economic, safety and environmental advantages
such as decreased fuel consumption and carbon emissions,
reduced separation minimums, improved planning for
arrivals and departures, and surveillance in remote
areas lacking radar coverage. An added benefit is
the precise aircraft location information the
ADS-B system communicates both to Air Traffic Control
and other nearby ADS-B equipped aircraft.
/ WAAS Sensor Family Data Sheet and Specifications*