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Transponder and ADSB antennae question

 
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speedy11



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Location: Port Orange, FL

PostPosted: Sun Jun 24, 2018 2:13 pm    Post subject: Transponder and ADSB antennae question Reply with quote

Robert,
For the same reasons as you, I am going through the same aggravations of mounting the ADSB and Txpndr antennae. Mine is a RV-8 and I also used the Archer in the wingtip. I, too, have resigned myself to living with GPS only approaches. I am keeping my original mode C transponder and adding the Echo UAT ADSB solution - mainly because I want the ability to turn off ADSB while continuing to operate the mode C.
I have run out of suitable real estate on the bottom of the fuselage and considered mounting the antennae on the bottom of the wing. After multiple considerations, one of which was the length of the coax, I've decided to mount the ADSB far aft on the bottom of the fuselage and adding a second comm antenna near the step (A model).
Stan Sutterfield


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