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Analyze the 1090 MHz channel and simulation with ns-2

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Daniel Casolini, Mar 21, 2007.

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  1. Hi all !

    I have to analyze the capacity of the 1090 MHz channel used by
    airplanes' transponders to transmit/receive air traffic surveillance
    services (such like ADS-B and TIS-B).
    ADS-B (Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast) is a surveillance
    service that is broadcasted from the airplanes' transponders to other
    aircrafts in a specific area or to ground stations.
    TIS-B (Traffic Information Service Broadcast) is a surveillance
    service
    that is broadcasted from the ground station to all the aircrafts in a
    specific range.


    - Could anyone help me to start this work?
    - What particular aspects have I to study and describe for this
    analysis? Which are the steps I have to follow to do this?
    - I have to simulate the transmission of both services using ns-2
    (Network Simulator 2, http://www.isi.edu/nsnam/ns/).Does an
    implementation of the 1090 MHz standards for ns-2 already exist?


    Thank you all !


    Greetings


    Daniel


    p.s.: delete LEVAMI from email address to private reply
     
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