SLS-2010 is airborne equipment for satellite navigation and landing.
SLS-2010 provides positioning data and generates deviation signals with reference to segmented approach path based on Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) signals and Local control and correction system.
- current position coordinates, ground speed , altitude, time and track angle data generation in standard and differential GNSS operating modes in accordance with the requirements for additional navigations means of B1, C1 subclasses;
- signal reception from ground-based GBAS subsystem and conversion of differential data and trajectory parameter of final landing approach in accordance with the requirements for VDB receiver subsystems;
- estimated approach path deviation signals ( ILS - equal signals); deviation signals are generated in digital and analog forms for landing operations in manual, directive or automatic mode.
When there is no GNSS equipment installed onboard the SLS-2010 works as an additional navigation equipment.
It is provided with built-in diversified test functions that make it possible to check the receiver for serviceability aboard an AP.
SLS-2010 meets the requirements of the following documents: of Volume 1, Appendix 10 ICAO conventions, specifications КТ-253 rev.2, КТ-34-01 rev.3.
|Sensitivity||87 dBm minimum|
(probable incorrect message receipt)
|≤ 1 incorrectly received message per 1000|
Independent receiving channels L1
Data updating rate
|Power consumption||30 W maximum|
|Power supply||27 V|