Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) is surveillance system by which aircraft actively broadcast their GPS-based position. Unlike secondary surveillance radar systems, ADS-B does not rely upon interrogation and can therefore also be used to provide situational awareness. Several Cambridge Pixel applications use ADS-B reports, along with primary radar detections, to track and display aircraft positions on an operator’s display. The SPx ADS-B Monitor tool can receive ADS-B data via serial or network interface, in a number of different formats. Aircraft information is decoded and displayed in a track table and messages can also be logged to a file.
Register for a Free Version of the ADS-B Data Monitor
The SPx ADS-B Monitor is a free application that Cambridge Pixel offers to anyone with a suitable source of ADS-B data that they wish to inspect. To register for a copy of the tool, please complete the form below: