Global Positioning System Receivers (GPS)
Benefits for Airlines, Business and Commuter Regional Aircraft
Benefits for Military Transport
Benefits for Helicopters
Why LPV and GLS?
CMC’s LPV/GLS solution provides a clean, straightforward interface which behaves exactly like an Instrument Landing System (ILS), but with the exceptional SBAS/WAAS/EGNOS or GBAS performance and availability. Perfect for operations into non-ILS-equipped runways.
Both LPV and GLS provide a complete, world-wide GPS-based precision approach solution.
GPS/SBAS/GBAS Landing System Sensor Unit (GLSSU)
The CMA-6024 is a complete self-contained SBAS/LPV/LP and GBAS/GLS precision approach receiver system. It contains both a GPS/SBAS/GBAS receiver and a VDB receiver in one enclosure. It is ideal for a retrofit or an integrated OEM solution.
GPS/SBAS Landing System Sensor Unit (GLSSU)
The high-performance Integriflight™ CMA-5024 aviation Global Positioning System (GPS) sensor provides Satellite Based Augmentation System (SBAS) navigation including WAAS and EGNOS, and GPS primary means navigation as well as GPS approach capability for all aircraft categories.
Satellite Landing System (SLS) Control Panel
The CMA-5025 GPS is an optional Control Panel (CP) designed to complement the CMA-5024 SBAS receiver to enable a self-contained, stand-alone LPV/GLS capability.
Flight Management System
The CMA-9000 family of compact Flight Management Systems is well suited for modern digital cockpits in fixed and rotary wing aircraft for both civil and military applications. The CMA-9000 and CMA-5024 are a fully integrated RNAV /RNP solution and seamlessly blend LPV and GLS with flight planning.
GNSSA Aviation Precision Approach GPS Receiver Module
The CMA-4124 GPS receiver module is designed for incorporation into all Avionics applications. It will also meet the requirements for most space applications. This receiver has been designed to allow growth to full functionality with GBAS.
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System Sensor Unit (GLSSU)
GPS/SBAS Landing System
Sensor Unit (GLSSU)
GPS/SBAS Global Navigation
System Sensor Unit (GNSSU)
Compatible with DO-260 & DO-260B transponders. Approved CMC GPS pairings include ACSS: XS-950, T3CAS; Rockwell Collins: TPR-901, TDR-94/TDR-94D; Honeywell: TRA-67A, Primus II.
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IntegriFlight™ - CMA-6024 GPS/SBAS/GBAS Receiver System
IntegriFlight™ - CMA-6024
IntegriFlight™ - CMA-5024 Aviation SBAS Receiver
IntegriFlight™ - CMA-5024
Aviation SBAS Receiver
Advanced GNSS Solution: CMC presents its vision and innovations to the Aviation Industry.
CMC is very active on standards committees and is often invited by the Aviation community to present its views on the future of GNSS and the novelties of this technology.
Access here the material presented by CMC about the GNSS at recent conferences
IntegriFlight™ – CMA-5025 Satellite Landing System (SLS) Control Panel
IntegriFlight™ – CMA-5025
Satellite Landing System (SLS)
The CMA-5025 SLS is an optional Control Panel (CP) designed to complement the CMA-5024 SBAS receiver. It allows the CMA-5024 to be installed as a stand-alone system, fully independent of all avionics systems. Alternately, the CMA-5024 can be fully integrated with a FMS such as CMC Electronics’ CMA-9000 FMS.
When the CMA-5024 is installed as a stand-alone system, the CMA-5025 is required to enable the SBAS LPV or GBAS SLS approach function. In certain applications, the CMA-5025 can be installed as a fully independent back-up control panel to an integrated FMS solution.
In a manner similar to a navigation radio control panel, the CMA-5025 CP allows the flight crew to select a SBAS or GBAS final approach. The CMA-5025 provides the flight crew with all necessary data to set up any GPS approach as either a SBAS LPV or a GBAS SLS approach.
IntegriFlight™ – CMA-3024 GPS/SBAS Global Navigation System Sensor Unit (GNSSU)
Global Navigation System
Sensor Unit (GNSSU)
High Performance • Narrow Correlator® Technology Enabled
The CMA-3024 aviation sensor provides fully ADS-B compliant SBAS/GPS Primary Means Navigation for Business, Regional, Commercial Air Transport and Helicopter aircraft. It is fully compatible and operational with all SBAS signals worldwide. With SBAS coverage, differential corrections are incorporated to further improve RNP capability, providing RNP0.1 with outstanding navigation system availability.
SBAS ranging, integrity and differential corrections are incorporated automatically, allowing the CMA-3024 to simultaneously meet all SBAS Beta-3 navigation accuracy and integrity requirements for Primary Means Navigation and RNP-RNAV. The CMA-3024 provides an ARINC-743A compliant interface and can support both legacy avionics and those designed to take advantage of a TSO C-145c Beta-3 sensor.
Selection between SBAS coverage and out of SBAS coverage operation is automatic, delivering optimum navigation performance. When out of SBAS coverage, the CMA-3024 incorporates improved signal processing with SA-Aware performance, and incorporates all of the correction models as per RTCA/DO-229D&E. Predictive RAIM is provided to support Primary Means Navigation worldwide. The result is operational performance that meets or exceeds the requirements for either RNP0.1 navigation or ADS-B as position source.
IntegriFlight™ - SBAS CMA-4124 GNSSA Aviation Precision Approach GPS Receiver
IntegriFlight™ - SBAS CMA-4124 GNSSA
Aviation Precision Approach
The CMA-4124 Global Navigation System Sensor Avionics (GNSSA) receiver was designed for incorporation into all certified, safety-of-life avionics applications. It will also meet the requirements for most space applications. It meets all requirements for en-route primary means operations, oceanic and continental en-route navigation, Non-Precision Approach and LPV Precision Approach and is certified as a CAT-I single string approach system.
SureFlight is a software that evaluates planned flights against GPS Primary Means Operations criteria as specified in FAA N8110.60. The evaluation is automatic and Sureflight provides various reports from a simple go/no-go answer to detailed GPS outage reports for the desired flight plan.
The core of Sureflight is the propreitary FDE algorithm that CMC Electronics has developed for all its aviation GPS receivers. This FDE algorithm complies with DO-208 and DO-229D requirements. Since exactly the same FDE algorithm is used in the flight planning software as in the airborne software, Primary Means availability is maximize. Using another flight planning software can result in loss of Primary Means availability or a potential situation wherein the predicted Primary Means availability is not available in-flight. CMC recommends that the CMC Sureflight software be used only in conjunction with CMC aviation GPS receivers.
Sureflight software is available in versions: PC based software, mainframe software (requires customization), and as an OEM object-linkable software.
Event: CHC Safety and Quality Summit – Vancouver, BC, Canada – 2016
Title: New GPS Technologies for Helicopter Safety
Speaker: Tarek Sabanekh, B.Eng, Program Manager – Navigation Systems
Event: ESSP - EGNOS Service Provision Workshop – Lisbon Portugal - 2014
Title: Practical EGNOS Avionics Solutions
Speaker: Alain Beaulieu, Program Manager GPS/FMS
Event: AEEC /AMC – Toronto, Canada – 2014
Title: CMC Navigation Systems
Speaker: John Studenny, Product Manager Nav Systems
Event: AEEC /AMC – Orlando, Florida – 2013
Title: CMC - Multi-Frequency/Multi-Constellation (MFMC) GNSS Receivers Value for Aviation and Airlines
Speaker: John Studenny, Product Manager GPS
Event: AEEC /AMC – Anchorage Alaska – 2012
Title: CMC - Localizer Performance with Vertical Guidance (LPV) Solution
Event: AEEC /AMC – Phoenix, Arizona – 2010
Title: CMC - Modern ARINC 743B DO-229D and DO-253C GLSSU Solutions For Retrofit
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