A statement released by NavWorx indicates that a resolution to the airworthiness directive (AD) proposed by the FAA on Oct. 20, 2016, against NavWorx’s ADS600-B universal access transceiver (UAT)—which provides Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Out and In—may be near. The proposed AD sought the removal of certain NavWorx UATs, including the company’s non-TSOed ADS600-EXP, from an estimated 800 general aviation aircraft in which they have been installed.

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Via:: AOPA



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