ASHCOM Systems Ltd is an authorized distributor of Sothern Avionics Company (SAC)
Southern Avionics Company
Southern Avionics Company (SAC) is an American leading manufacturer of navigational transmitters
such as low frequency Non-Directional Radio Beacons and DGPS Reference Station Transmitters.
For more than 45 years, SAC have been providing safe and reliable navigation aids for industrial
civil and military users and their respective aeronautical & maritime user-communities throughout the
The first commercial offshore beacon was invented and installed by Southern Avionics in 1963...
Since that time, we have built around 10,000 offshore and onshore NDB's. Because of our superior product
quality and fundamental commitment to continuous customer satisfaction, we remain the most trusted and
user-friendly name in radiobeacon navigation.
SAC SA-100 NDB System, PC-1000 Antenaa Tuning Units (ATU) and wide range of very reliable antennas are well
known NDB System package for the communication and aviation specialists. SAC also recently developed a digital version of
NDB system called SE250 digital NDB system which has the roubustness and reliablility of SA-100 series , but thanks to the
digital design and more advanced design it gives many additional feature including remote
control over Internet.
Differential GPS Reference Station Transmitters since 1997
In 1997, the United States Coast Guard contracted with Southern Avionics to design & produce over 100 one-kilowatt
RSIM-Controlled DGPS Reference Station Transmitters. These transmitters were built to meet stringent operational, site,
and delivery requirements and continue to form a major component of the USCG Nationwide DGPS program.
In addition to the U.S. DGPS system, we have also supplied numerous DGPS reference station transmitters
to Maritime and Lighthouse Authorities around the world.
In each case, thousands of users on land and at sea continually rely upon the same product quality and
reliability that have made Southern Avionics the industry standard in low frequency radiobeacon technology for
the past 45 years.