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20 Jun 2018 10:18 #1544 by Super User
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As far as I understand it, yes.

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20 Jun 2018 10:06 #1543 by Peyton DeHart
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So it will always transmit the old transponder code as well as the ADS-B signal.

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20 Jun 2018 09:20 #1542 by Super User
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Sure. uAvionix have a receiver on their circuit board that snoops the transmissions of your 1960's transponder and decodes that information. Then they format an ADS-B packet and send that out.

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20 Jun 2018 08:59 #1541 by Peyton DeHart
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For someone who has talked to uAvionix about their offering, is there a layman explanation how my 1960's transponder, that sends out a squawk on a frequency in the electromagnetic spectrum, gets a GPS position overlayed on top of that frequency when it cannot possibly be "talking" to the thing on the wingtip (since the 1960's transponder is not Bluetooth enabled)?

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