Cobham Aerospace Communications
Series III NAV/COM Systems
Aerospace Communications, a
company within Cobham plc's Avionics and Surveillance (CAS) Division,
is the designer and manufacturer of the Cobham Aerospace Communications Series
III NAV/COM Systems.
The Cobham Aerospace Communications Series III product line includes the following systems and components:
Series III Communication/Navigation Systems are top performers with the value and support you expect. Whether it's a new installation or an upgrade to an existing aircraft, Cobham Aerospace Communications Series III products have proven themselves in some of the toughest environments. Corporate, military and regional airline customers have all experienced the value provided by Series III products. ARINC 429 Digital bus control allows the Series III COMs, NAVs, ADFs, and DMEs to be controlled with individual controls, standard ARINC universal control heads, Flight Management Systems and the powerful RMS 555 Radio Management System.
The VCS 40A, a VHF Communication System, is flexible enough to meet your demanding requirements. The VCS 40A all digital VHF transceiver delivers crystal clear audio in a package that is affordable and ready for the new millennium. Digital control via ARINC 429 serial bus allows the transceiver to be tuned by an individual Series III control head, by flight management systems or by other industry standard control heads.
VCS 40A features include:
The VNS 41A - Digital Signal Processing in a VHF NAV system that delivers top performance. The VNS 41A VHF Navigation System combines VOR/LOC, glideslope and marker beacon reception in a single unit. Microprocessor-driven signal processng provides dramatic improvements in stability and accuracy of VOR/LOC and glideslope course guidance. The VNS 41A is compatible with most HSIs, CDIs, RMIs and conventional marker beacon displays. Its full complement of ARINC 429 Input/Output serial data buses provides direct interfaces with Electronic Flight Instrument Systems and Flight Management Systems.
VNS 41A performance features include:
The DFS 43A - Digital ADF Navigation that makes NDB as easy to fly as VOR. The DFS 43A Automatic Direction Finder is an all-digital system designed from the start to provide ADF navigation capabilities never before available. When coupled to the VNS 41A VHF Navigation System, the DFS 43A displays left/right course steering guidance on the aircraft's horizontal situation indicator.
DFS 43A performance features include:
The DMS 44A - Dual microprocessors, a dual channel interrogator and simultaneous operation with up to three DME stations. The DMS 44A provides superior distance measuring capability. An all digital transmitter provides simultaneous scanning of up to three DME ground stations. The DM-441B provides high-speed signal acquisition and superior range resolution.
DMS 44A performance features include:
The RMS 555 - Radio Management System reduces pilot work load while freeing up critical cockpit panel space. The RMS 555 Radio Management System replaces many individual radio controls, control heads, or tuning units with one display/control and a remote mounted data adapter. The RMS 555 is so effective in reducing pilot workload that it has even been selected as standard equipment on the (JPATS) T-6 Trainer currently being deployed by the U.S. Military. Dynamic system architecture allows great flexibility in installation options. Flight Management Systems, dual RMS 555s, and low power consumption control heads used during engine startup, allow configuration options to meet every requirement.
RMS 555 features include:
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