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SECOMAS. Final report from the project Spectral Efficient Communications for Aeronautical Services (SECOMAS) - Technical

Abstract

SECOMAS was a research project running from January 2007 to December 2010 targeting spectral efficient communications for aeronautical services. The Research partners of the project were SINTEF and NTNU, and the project was funded by the Norwegian Research Council and members of the Norwegian ATM industry (AVINOR, Jotron, KDC, Thales Norway and NGPAS). This report contains three technical notes written during the project period and three conference papers. Together these notes and papers encompass the work done by SINTEF as part of SECOMAS. The work done by the Ph.D. student will be included in the Ph.D. report which is scheduled for June 2011. The topics covered by this report are: - An overview of current aeronautical CNS (Communications, Navigation, Surveillance) systems.- HEO satellite  communications for ATM in high latitudes- Airport Surface Datalink Communications (Appendix A)- MIMO techniques for air/ground communications (Appendix B)- MIMO techniques for aeronautical satellite communications (Appendix C)  

Oppdragsgiver: Norwegian Research Council

Category

Report

Client

  • SINTEF AS / 90F246

Language

English

Author(s)

Affiliation

  • SINTEF Digital / Connectivity Technologies and Platforms

Year

2011

Publisher

SINTEF

Issue

A17561

ISBN

9788214049695

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