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FreeFlight Systems 1201 WAAS GPS Sensor Selected For ADS-B Out Solution In American Legend Cub

FreeFlight Systems 1201 Integrates With Certified Mode S Transponder To Enable Affordable, Fully Compliant ADS-B Out Solution

Waco, Texas, July 28, 2014 -- FreeFlight Systems announced today the availability of its Model 1201 WAAS GPS sensor as an optional approved ADS-B high-integrity position source integrated with a certified Mode S transponder to provide a 1090 MHz Extended Squitter (1090ES) ADS-B Out solution for American Legend Aircraft Company's Legend Cub.

Low-cost, lightweight and easily installed, the 1201 integrates with most existing transponders to enable compliance with ADS-B Out equipage requirements prior to the Jan. 1, 2020 deadline. Approved for all ICAO jurisdictions worldwide, the self-contained system also interfaces with compatible certified ADS-B In receivers for viewing ADS-B weather and traffic information on tablet and other multifunction displays.


FreeFlight Systems RANGR FDL-978-RX ADS-B Receiver Receives FAA TSO Approval

RANGR Receiver Provides Low-Cost, Straightforward Solution to Add ADS-B In Data Services to Cockpit Displays and Tablets

Waco, TX, July 28, 2014 - FreeFlight Systems announced today that the FAA has granted Technical Service Order (TSO) approval to the company’s RANGR FDL- 978-RX ADS-B receiver with optional built-in WAAS GPS. The system provides an affordable and flexible way to add ADS-B In traffic and weather capabilities to aircraft with certified 1090ES or UAT ADS-B Out transmitters.


FreeFlight Systems 1203C WAAS GPS/SBAS Certified in Embraer 135/145 ADS-B Out Solution

FAA Supplemental Type Certificate Includes 1203C as Approved Position Source Integrated with Honeywell Transponder In ADS-B Out Installation

Waco, Texas, July 28, 2014 -- FreeFlight Systems announced today that New United Goderich, Inc., of Huron Park, Ontario, has received FAA Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) approval for an ADS-B Out solution in Embraer 135LR and 145LR aircraft integrating the FreeFlight Systems 1203C GPS/SBAS system.


FreeFlight Systems Testifies on NextGen Equipage Mandate Before U.S. House Small Business Committee

Washington, DC— Tim Taylor, President and CEO of FreeFlight Systems, Inc., testified today before the U.S. House Small Business Committee at a hearing to examine the FAA's mandate to equip general aviation aircraft with Automatic Dependent Surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) Out capability for NextGen by 2020. Taylor testified on behalf of the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA).


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