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Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast>>>ADS-B

مُساهمة من طرف Mahmoud Mostafa Eid Marey في الجمعة مايو 09, 2008 2:02 pm




Abstract

The most important objective in this research is ADS-B supports improved use of airspace, reduced ceiling/visibility restrictions, improved surface surveillance, and enhanced safety such as conflict management.



ADS-B is automatic in the sense that no pilot or controller action is required for the information to be issued. It is dependent surveillance in the sense that the surveillance-type information so obtained depends on the suitable navigation and broadcast capability in the source vehicle.



The conclusion of this research is how a aircraft periodically broadcasts its own state vector and other information without knowing what other aircraft or entities might be receiving it, and without expectation of an acknowledgement or reply, to aim the goal of reducing the work-load from the controller and efficiency of the national airspace (NAS) .
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مُساهمة من طرف Mahmoud Mostafa Eid Marey في الجمعة مايو 09, 2008 2:15 pm

Introduction




In the beginning of the air traffic control the controllers were working without any technology and without using radar (non-radar), then and during the Second World War the radar appeared and it was only using for the military purposes after this time the primary radar used in the civil aviation and after the period of time the air traffic control working with the secondary radar which is more accurate than the primary and after the applying of secondary surveillance radar (SSR) the new step is to using the satellite system in the civil aviation field and one of this satellite applications is ADS-B integrated with the GPS .


GPS based technologies that promise a substantial change in airborne communication, navigation and surveillance techniques, are nearing fruition; among these is Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast [ ADS-B].




The system concept is that all, or most, aircraft in an area automatically and continually (i.e. roughly once per second) broadcast, or squatter, several digital data packets which together contain the aircraft's 24 bit address [unique airframe identification], flight identification [call sign], GPS derived latitude and longitude, barometric [or Mode C] altitude plus 3 dimensional velocity, i.e. rate of climb/descent, direction and speed.

The broadcast data packets from aircraft are received by ATC ground stations which can feed the data to air traffic management systems, for even more precise tracking than with radar.


The broadcast ADS-B packets can also be received by aircraft equipped with an ADS-B data receiver
The derived data provides a real time cockpit display of traffic information; Similar to the ground air traffic management systems except that the traffic is shown in relation to aircraft's intended track.
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مُساهمة من طرف Mahmoud Mostafa Eid Marey في الجمعة مايو 09, 2008 2:27 pm


Contents



Abstract………………………………………………………………….I
Contents………………………………………………………………...II
List of figures and tables…..........................................................IV
List of abbreviation………………………………………………..…..V
Introduction………………………………………………………….….1
1. What is the ADS-B………………………………………………......3
1.1 what will ADS-B do for pilot?...........................................6
1.2 ADS-B application for aircraft………………………..........6
1.3 ADS-B ground service……………………………………....6
2. How dose it work ?......................................................................7
3. Cockpit display of traffic information (CDTI)……………….…..8
4. Aircraft interfaces for ADS-B (in & out)………………………….9
4.1 ADS-B (in)……………………………………………………...9
4.2 ADS-B (out)…………………………………………………..11
5. ADS-B phraseology quick reference……………………………12
6. Relationship to surveillance radar…………………………..….13
7. Relationship to other broadcast services……………………..16
7.1 Traffic information service-broadcast (TIS-B)…………17
7.2 Multilink gateway service…………….……………………17
7.3 Flight information service-broadcast (FIS-B)………….18
8. ADS-B physical layer………………….......................................19
8.1 How is ADS-B information transmitted……..................19
8.2 How is ADS-B received…………………………………….20
8.3 1090 ES……………………………………………………….20
8.4 Universal access transceiver……………………............21
8.5 VDL mode 4………………………………………………….22
9. ADS agreement…………………………………………...….…….22
10. ADS-B supported application and benefits………….………23
10.1 Non-Radar application…………………………………...23
10.2 Radar application…………………………………………24
10.3 Other application……………………………………...….25
10.4 Traffic display application………………………………25
10.5 Data-link application……………………………….…….26
10.6 Benefits of ADS-B.................................................…...26
10.7 Advantages of ADS-B…………………….……………..27
Recommendation……………………………………......................29
Reference……………………………………………………………..30
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مُساهمة من طرف Mahmoud Mostafa Eid Marey في الجمعة مايو 09, 2008 2:33 pm


List of Abbreviation


1. ADS-B:

Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast

2. GNSS:

Global Navigation Satellite System

3. NAS:

National Airspace System

4.CDTI:

Cockpit Display of Traffic Information

5.TIS-B:

Traffic Information Service-Broadcast

6.GPS:

Global Positioning System

7.PSR:

Primary Surveillance Radar

8.SSR:

Secondary Surveillance Radar

9.FIS-B:

Flight Information Service-Broadcast



10.UAT:

Universal Access Transceiver

11.1090ES:

(1090): MHz "frequency"

(ES): Extended Squitter

12.VDL mode 4:

Vhf Digital link

(VHF): Very High Frequency

13.GBTs:

Ground Based Transceivers

14.MFD:

Multi-Function Display

15.EFB:

Electronic Flight Bag

16.VFR:

Visual Flight Rules

17.IFR:

Instrument Flight Rules

18.VMC:

Visual Meteorological Condition

19.IMC:

Instrument Meteorological Condition
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Figure (1)…………………….…………………………3
Figure (1.1).………………….…………………………5
Figure (1.2).……………….……………………………5
Figure (2)………………….……………………………7
Figure (3)………………….……………………………9
Figure (4.1)………….….……………………………..10
Figure (4.2)………….….……………………………..11
Figure (6)……………….……………………………..14
Figure (6.1)……….…….……………………………..15
Figure (7.3)……………………………………………18
Tables label:
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Table (1)………………………………………………12
Table (2)………………………………………………15
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مُساهمة من طرف M.EL PELTAGY_ATC14_MAN في السبت مايو 10, 2008 12:43 am

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مُساهمة من طرف mahammd في السبت نوفمبر 26, 2011 8:16 pm

thanks good job
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