Tue Jul 09, 2019 4:55 pm #1705023
dewidaniels wrote:leemoore1966 wrote:Everybody has an option today to purchase the existing CAP1391 device, why do you need another ?
More interestingly, take a look at the GA Aviation Community threads on facebook, referring to the CAP1391 device such as thisgaznav wrote:There is equal disappointment from people who have tried using PAW - this from your own forum:
It doesn't reflect well on either of you when you resort to slagging off the opposition. Why can't we focus on the merits of PilotAware and SkyEcho? This thread started with a perfectly reasonable question about the multilateration feature of PilotAware.
Hi Dewi, I partially agree with you. So I will stop now and try to discuss the positive aspects.
I really do think that PAW is a great receiver of others’ electronic emissions, however, it would be even better if it had an option for some users to emit low-power ADS-B to the CAP1391 standard that could not emit ADS-B via other means. That way, I would see PAW users and they would see me - what is not to like about that? Further, if we all had a cheap option via our chosen electronic conspicuity devices to emit ADS-B then there would be no need for ground-stations or MLAT (which this thread was all about) as we would all see each other.