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- Networking the sky with new aircraft communication technology
- Aerospace Acronym and Abbreviation Guide
- Aeronautical Radio Communication Systems and Networks (eBook, PDF)
Air transportation is expected to at least double by Coping with these needs and the resulting overcrowded sky requires top-notch communication technologies - but the sector is not quite ready yet.
Networking the sky with new aircraft communication technology
Jetzt bewerten Jetzt bewerten. Typically, there are over twenty radio systems on board the averagecommercial jet aircraft dealing with communication, navigation andsurveillance functions. Very high frequency VHF air-to-groundcommunication is usually the main method of information andcontrol exchange between pilot and air traffic control. Satelliteand high frequency radio links are used to complement this systemfor long range or oceanic information exchanges. Othercommunications systems are required between the airline operationcentre and the pilot and sometimes between the passengers and theground. A comprehensive guide …mehr.
Not a MyNAP member yet? Register for a free account to start saving and receiving special member only perks. The Air Force is becoming a network-enabled paradigm, wherein many of its capabilities will be generated through, and dependent on, the integrated efforts of multiple components. This approach to operations is expected to result in greater agility and attendant tactical advantages. However, as is the case with any untested concept, there is a need for technology that enables the analysis and execution of the new paradigm.
Aviation communication refers to the conversing of two or more aircraft. Aircraft are constructed in such a way that make it very difficult to see beyond what is directly in front of them. As safety is a primary focus in aviation, communication methods such as wireless radio are an effective way for aircraft to communicate with the necessary personnel. Aviation is an international industry and as a result involves multiple languages. The industry considers that some pilots may not be fluent English speakers and as a result pilots are obligated to participate in an English proficiency test. Aviation communication is the means by which aircraft crews connect with other aircraft and people on the ground to relay information.
Aerospace Acronym and Abbreviation Guide
As the pilot of an aircraft, you must ensure that the aircraft is equipped with radio communications systems capable of continuous communication according to the class of flight you are conducting and the category of airspace in which you will be flying AIP GEN 1. This includes ensuring that the radio communication system is of an approved type. Class G — Certified, military aerodromes where the carriage and use of radio is required. Additionally, approved hand-held radios may be used by pilots of these aircraft when operating in Class G. Private aircraft without radio may be admitted to the CTRs for maintenance subject to the approval of the appropriate ATC unit. Plan your route thoroughly, and carry current charts and documents.
Despite air travel has not grown as predicted, air travel is still expected to rise to just less than doubling the current figure by Around the globe, research and development initiatives have been launched to modernize the air traffic control infrastructures. These modernized infrastructures will be built around continuous information gathering, sharing and transferring of data between aircraft and air navigation service providers and airports ground infrastructure, which will be difficult for current aeronautical communications systems to handle. As a result, new communication infrastructures are required to manage future aeronautical communication traffic demand. This paper proposes an integrated aeronautical communication architecture consisting of four radio access technologies for communications between aircrafts and ground Aeronautical Telecommunication Network ATN. Unable to display preview.
Aeronautical Radio Communication Systems and Networks (eBook, PDF)
Includes bibliographical references and index. Restricted to subscribers or individual electronic text purchasers. Typically, there are over twenty radio systems on board the average commercial jet aircraft dealing with communication, navigation and surveillance functions.
Haynes ManualsThe Haynes Author : Dale Stacey Description:SynopsisTypically, there are over twenty radio systems on board the average commercial jet aircraft dealing with communication, navigation and surveillance functions. Very high frequency VHF air-to-ground communication is usually the main method of information and control exchange between pilot and air traffic control.