ADS-B - What does ADS-B stand for? The Free Dictionary
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The ADS-B system will provide Avinor air traffic controllers with highly accurate location and identification of helicopter flights at all times to improve safety and provide precise location information in the event of search and rescue operations.
Sensis established the use of ADS-B for tracking of flights in an offshore oil and gas platform environment through the NASA Helicopter In-flight Tracking System program in 2001.
Rockwell Collins will fly its Sabreliner test aircraft equipped with a modified transponder to transmit ADS-B
signals in the 1090 MHz band and a modified Traffic Alert Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) to receive the ADS-B
signals in the 1090 MHz band from other participating aircraft.