May 20, 2013 - Garmin has received an Approved
Model List Supplemental Type Certification (AML
STC) that allows their GTX 330 ES and GTX 33 ES
transponders to be installed in hundreds of
makes and models of fixed-wing aircraft.
The GTX 330 family brings ATC aircraft
surveillance to new levels of precision,
reliability and performance. A panel mounted
Mode S digital transponder series with traffic
datalink capability and dedicated pushbutton
keys for squawk code selection.
With the GTX 33 ES you can see the same radar
traffic your ATC controller is watching with
remote-mounted Mode S digital transponder. This
IFR-certified unit features traffic datalink
capability and also meets the European mandate
for Mode S level 2 surveillance.
The GTX 33 is an all solid-state design, which
makes for lower power consumption and reduced
heat emissions. The transmitter delivers up to
250 watts of nominal power output. And other
highlights include remote ident and auto
standby, a Traffic Information Services (TIS-A)
interface, plus altitude monitor with voice