Electronic Navigation Research Institute
Japanese
Links
HOME > Library > ENRI papers > Reduction of Data Transmission Delay in Satellite-based ADS by Periodic Reporting Protocol
Library ENRI papers

Introduction

ENRI papers

Publication

ENRI papers

ENRI PAPER 106-2 Nov. 2003

Reduction of Data Transmission Delay in Satellite-based ADS by Periodic Reporting Protocol

Akira Ishide, Mitsuhiro Fujita and Jun Kitaori

Abstract:
Satellite data communications have been introduced in some areas to provide the means for message exchange between air traffic controller and pilot, and for aircraft surveillance in oceanic areas. Before the completion of the standards on aeronautical satellite data communications by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), we had conducted a series of flight experiments using INMARSAT satellites to validate the draft standards being developed by ICAO. The result showed that the T-channel data undergo a considerable amount of transmission delay due to its transmission protocol. This report describes a periodic reporting protocol for ADS report transmission to reduce the transmission delay and performances measured in laboratory experiments. The result showed, as an example, that the transmission delay decreases by about 7 seconds using the periodic reporting protocol compared to that of the conventional T-channel protocol at a channel rate of 600bps.
For more detail infomation on this paper, please mail to
(The body of this paper is only in Japanese)
©ELECTRONIC NAVIGATION RESEARCH INSTITUTE INDEPENDENT ADMINISTRATIVE INSTITUTION
Previous page
Copyright