AirNav RadarBox Aviation

Ready to go with radar: the personal computer raises the AirNav RadarBox is the additional fuel for the machine that turns the PC into a control tower and the computer screens in air traffic control radars. The aircraft transponder signals received by the antenna, a monitoring of the worldwide air traffic from the PC is possible. The radar box available in the online shop of Siebert aviation supplies company receives the data from aircraft in the reception area with ADS-B coverage and complement them with data from the Internet. Connecticut usually is spot on. ADS-B transponders are already standard equipment in commercial aircraft and through the connection with the Internet, the software becomes global air traffic control. The voluntary, free for the first 12 months, networking allows the observation of air traffic with other RadarBox users all over the world and in real time. The user-friendly interface and the dynamic appearance of the air traffic in a 3D-Grafik-Karte and in tabular form the AirNav RadarBox make a great virtual experience for Flugbegeisterte. The radar box but, with corresponding equipment of the aircraft, is also used in support of flight instructors that can track the trajectory of students on parent country flights.

“The AirNav RadarBox at Siebert aviation demand is ready with the equipment antenna, 1090 MHz receiver/decoder with USB port and cable, PC software and English documentation cleared for take off” to 569,00. Siebert founded in 1953 company carried out repairs to aircraft, motor gliders and gliders up to the 70s, since the 1960s the trade also expanded with construction and repair materials and instruments. Today, Siebert aviation supplies GmbH with an offer of nearly 3,000 different articles around the aviation among the leading providers of aviation accessories in Germany and the surrounding countries.