|978MHz TED ADS-B monopole transmissions antenna. The outer shell and element is nickel plate and the center conductor is gold over nickel plate.|
Easy to install. Affordable. Plug and play. Gets the job done!
The old antenna has the core fall out, I got it from another supplier. This one installed the same and I did an FAA PAPR flight yesterday and the ADSB came back with 0 exceptions. Im happy.
Its a ball and stick antenna optimized for ADS-B. I have used these a few times and they work great. Good bang for the buck. Solid state. What could possibly go wrong?
Installed on my Cardinal RG. work very well and improve reception for any ADS-B in 978 unit mine is a Dual 170.
Installed this on the belly of my RV-10 and connected it via a run of RG400 to a Stratux ADS-B In receiver. Dramatically improved the number of towers received (5-7 vs. 2 using the Stratux telescoping antenna). An excellent value!
Same antenna, same performance bought a second one for a light sport, again to connect to a Stratux. One less star since the price jumped 60% since last year (was $18, now $29.95).
This antenna is intended for use with ADS-B boxes. Your transponder can use a standard antenna, an ADS-B antenna is not required.
No, this antenna is intended for use with experimental aircraft only.
Per the GDL 39R User's Guide, they recommend a blade type ADS-B antenna, such as the CI-105.
This antenna cannot do this. However there are antennas that function on both the 978 MHz and 1090 MHz.