Aeronautical ad hoc networks : a new datalink for ATM

Abstract : The increase in air traffic and the use of digital communications in ATM create a need for new communication solutions. In this article, we present an aeronautical ad hoc network which could be used to meet those needs. Being self configured, self healing and not needing a heavy ground infrastructure, such networks are cost-efficient and performant ways to transmit data between ground and aircraft. In the design of such a communication architecture, we used our own simulation tool to test the system and its performances which are promising. Both the physical and link layer are covered in our study, as well as the impact of path selection at the network level on the performance of the network as a whole.
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INO 2010, 9th Innovative Research Workshop & Exhibition, Dec 2010, Brétigny-sur-Orge, France. pp xxx, 2010
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Frédéric Besse, Alain Pirovano, Fabien Garcia, José Radzik. Aeronautical ad hoc networks : a new datalink for ATM. INO 2010, 9th Innovative Research Workshop & Exhibition, Dec 2010, Brétigny-sur-Orge, France. pp xxx, 2010. 〈hal-01022209〉

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