Australia’s air navigation service provider and Honeywell are preparing for certification of a commercial ground-based augmentation system (GBAS) late this year, and they have demonstrated a prototype here with a chartered 737NG flight from Amsterdam. The Airservices Australia/Honeywell GBAS prototype installed at Bremen Airport uses multiple antennas to measure the accuracy of GPS satellite signals and compose a correction signal that can be sent to an aircraft to refine its position on ...

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