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The Becker pRODUCTS


Becker Avionics Group, based in Baden-Baden, Germany, expanded to the U.S. back in 1975. Its North American facility based in Miramar, Florida, serves customers in the Americas, Australia and Japan with local production and services. It’s an FAA Part 21 facility that can repair all of the more than 90 Becker products under Part 145. Becker also has a Beijing, China office to serve East Asia, an engineering division in Wroclaw, Poland, and a production site in Beaucourt, France. Becker supports customers everywhere in the world – and in space – with the exception of Antarctica (so far), Benson said. “Roland Becker has created a truly multi-national corporation,” Gonzalez said. Yet it’s still small enough to flexible, he added.


Becker Avionics USA focuses on four product areas of expertise, Gonzalez said: VHF/UHF radio communications, audio, search and rescue, and air traffic control.


The digital intercom is one of its primary products, with its new AMU6500 coming out in the third quarter this year. The product line includes ATC radios mounted in control towers around the world, audio panels for law enforcement and EMS and paramilitary aircraft, a 2.5-inch form factor VHS radio, remote VHS radio, personal locator beacons, and new to the market, the AvioScout moving map navigation and mission management software system with 3D audio and Bluetooth.


Becker still supplies VHF transceivers to the glider market, while also providing highly sophisticated audio panels for C-130s. If you need more than the 1-2 transceivers that come standard from the OEM, Becker is the solution, Oglesbee said.


Sometimes customers need what new regulations require, so Becker created a new BXT6553 family Mode 5 transponder to comply with the new U.S. and European ADS-B mandates that take effect on Jan. 1, 2020. It’s been approved for the Part 25 ADS-B retrofit market. It’s designed for a rigorous flying environment characteristic of rotorcraft operations.


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