TN70 GPS Receiver

TN70 GPS Receiver

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Manufacturer: TRIG

If you are an aircraft owner looking for an affordable ADS-B Out solution with superior performance then the TN70 provides a cost-effective way to add a compliant WAAS GPS receiver to your ADS-B installation.
  • SBAS GPS receiver  – kit includes Trig’s TA70 antenna
  • Supports EGNOS, MSAS, GAGAN and WAAS – Satellite Based Augmentation Systems
  • Meets TSO-C145 – compliant for 2020 ADS-B
  • Complete your ADS-B Out solution
  • Requires no panel space – lightweight and easy to install
  • Compatible with Trig transponders


The TA70 certified WAAS antenna is designed to compliment the TN70.  The TN70 comes with the TA70 antenna as a bundled kit, optimised for the best results. We do not sell the TN70 as a stand alone unit.


Trig are leaders in ADS-B technology (Automatic Dependant Surveillance Broadcast) we were the first company in the world to meet FAA TSO-C166b, the latest standard for ADS-B transponders. Every Trig transponder is Mode S, but also ADS-B capable. Once installed ADS-B equipment transmits your aircraft’s precise location directly to other ADS-B equipped aircraft, improving your electronic visibility and safety. To learn more about ADS-B go to our Knowledge Bank article

If you already own a suitable Trig transponder then our TN70 kit is the easiest way to become ADS-B compliant. The TN70 includes a certified WAAS GPS and companion WAAS GPS antenna, designed to enhance your aircraft via a simple install that will deliver excellent ADS-B Out performance. The TN70 takes no panel space, it’s fitted discretely as a standalone GPS so you can retain and use your existing panel equipment. Each TN70 includes an install kit for the WAAS GPS and fixing screws for the WAAS antenna along with relevant FAA 8130 certification.

If you need a Trig transponder to complete your TN70 ADS-B solution, then simply add one of our class leading products certified to TSO C166b, the latest ADS-B standard. A Trig transponder is the hub of an ADS-B Out system, using extended squitter to communicate with ground stations and suitably equipped aircraft. Trig transponders use 1090ES technology - the ICAO’s International Standard.

Please see STC AML for aircraft and equipment applicability.

Trig is also a partner with the U.S. NextGen ADS-B Fund. This is a general aviation loan initiative designed to cover the cost of both your ADS-B hardware purchase and install costs, making it even easier to become compliant. For more details go to

Specification TN70 GPS Receiver
Type SBAS – supports EGNOS, GAGAN, MSAS and WAAS

TSO-C145c, Beta 1 Receiver


DO-229D, DO-178B level C, DO-254 level C D0-160F

Supply voltage (DC) 9-32 Volts
Typical consumption (at 14v)

Typical: 0.2  Max: 0.3A

Operating temperature -55°C to + 70°C
 Operating height 110,000 feet
Cooling requirement no fan required
Weight 1.06 lbs
Dimensions (inches) 1.6” x 4.13” x 6.5”

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