A Centralized Code Assignment and Management System (CCAMS) has gone operational in Croatia extending Secondary Surveillance Radar (SSR) code management to about 60% of Europe’s air traffic. The new system can reduce existing and anticipated future shortages of SSR codes by managing code assignments centrally. This means that the limited number of unique Mode 3/A SSR codes (there are only 4,096 Mode 3/A combinations to support identification and track flight plan correlation of ...

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