Originally Posted by moosepileit
User guide says highlighted red blocks are fails.
That said, I get all zeros KT-76A and Skybeacon TSO.
I usually do get nearly all zeros but this flight was thru central Ohio and down into VW sometimes at lower altitudes and with multiple landings. Plus VW isn't real flat terrain. I think perhaps the low % values are poor radar coverage? Maybe I'm paranoid, but I've been requesting PAPR for every flight and will continue to do so probably thru end of the year.
On a positive note, I had to divert for traffic twice on this flight - once for same altitude nearly head-on.
ADS-B is good...
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