Veronte is compatible with:
ADS-B Transceiver ping 1090/1090i
ADS-B Transceiver ping 2020/2020i
ADS-B Receiver ping Rx
The configuration displayed below is for an ADS-B.
The first step to configure it is to go to Device – Payload – Transponder/ADS-B and check the enable button. Once there, select the Custom message to be used for the information exchange, since it will automatically be filled with the information that the ADS-B needs.
Choose the model already mentioned (uAvionix ping20S)
Switch to the desired Mode
OFF: Transponder switched off
STANDBY: Transponder will not respond to interrogation.
ON: Replies to interrogations with 4-digit squawk code.
ALT: Replies to interrogation with altitude information.
1090ES: ADS-B transmit is always enabled when a 6-digit ICAO code is entered.
Enable Ident Mode: UAV identification under ATC request (only available for ON and ALT modes)
Introduce the Squawk Code provided.
There is an example configuration in the following picture from uAvionix ping 1090/1090i.
ADS-B Configuration Parameters
The last step you need to do is to enable the External Object Detection in Devices – Sensors – Obstacle Detection.
External Obstacle Detection Menu
Once the transponder is configured, go to Devices – Others – I/O Manager. Create a bind-bidirectional communication RS232/RS485 (in the example, through RS232) and assign to it the Custom Message selected before.
Transponder Configuration - Serial Communication
Note that either RS232 or RS485 must be configured with the corresponding Baudrate from the user transponder in Connections – Serial – 232/485.
Transponder Configuration - Serial Configuration
In order to see the information from the ADS-B, aside from having visual objects on the screen, the user can use a Widget (refer to Workspace – ADS-B Decoder)