The Genesys Civil NAV/COMM radio combines five “commoditized” aircraft radio features into a single remote LRU:
- VOR navigation receiver
- Localizer receiver
- Glide Slope navigation receiver
- Marker Beacon navigation receiver
- VHF AM Voice – civil air traffic control
Effortless software updates allow for easier maintenance over time. Available as a retrofit option for federated Part 23, Part 27, and Part 29 aircraft, as well as special mission Part 25 applications.
Featuring Frequency Ranges of 118-136 MHz and 25 or 8.33 kHz Channelization.
Available with 16 or 25 watt Transmit Power
- Utilizes 28VDC aircraft power
- Automatic selection of VOR or LOC mode of operation by channel frequency
- Automatic pairing of LOC (Localizer) and GS (Glide Slope)
- Reception and decoding of the VOR or LOC signals
- Reception and decoding of the GS signals
- Reception and decoding of the marker beacon signals
- OBS input via bus for operation of analog CDI in VOR operation
- Drives analog instrument panel CDI & VDI an/or auto pilot
- LOC enabled annunciator output for autopilot gain control
- Internal Glide Slope and ILS/VOR RF diplexer
- Selection of COM and VOR/ILS channels via RS-232 or ARINC 429
- Two PTT inputs transmit selection
- Support for two microphone inputs, two audio outputs, and separate sidetone output
- The COM subsytem functions as either:
- Class D Receiver with a Class 3 Transmitter (25 KHz channel spacing)
- Class E Receiver with a Class 5 Transmitter (8.333 KHz channel spacing)
- VHF COM transceiver operational range of 118.000 to 136.975 MHz
- DME turning via ARINC 429 output
The radio is interfaced to host controller/displays capable of controlling the navigation and communications functions via RS-232 or ARINC-429 serial interfaces.
Pairs with Genesys Control Panel or standard ARINC-429 controller, such as those available from Gables Engineering.
- Military Aircraft Requiring Civil ATC Radio Capability
- Civilian Government Agencies
- Wildland Firefighting
- Regional Civil Aviation