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The Deviation Distribution of Target on the ILS Final Approach Segment Using ADS-B Message
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 Title & Authors
The Deviation Distribution of Target on the ILS Final Approach Segment Using ADS-B Message
Ku, SungKwan; Lee, Young-Jong; Shin, DaiWon;
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 Abstract
ADS-B can provide high accurate position information and faster update rate than Radar system and it is a technique that can supplement or replace the Radar. Recently ADS-B has been applied to the actual aircraft operation because to increase air transportation traffic and required to high accurate surveillance. In this study, we surveyed analysis of position deviation distribution analysis and received actual ADS-B trajectory data for conformed precise surveillance on the near airport area using ADS-B message. For that, we received the precision instrument approach ADS-B trajectory data using instrument landing system, and can analyse about target deviation distribution on the final approach segment about precision instrument approach. The result of analysis is mean distance of target deviation -0.04 m and standard deviation 6.71 m on between ADS-B target and extended runway centerline. Also that is to conformed the ADS-B message trajectory available to provide relatively exact surveillance information.
 Keywords
Automatic dependent surveillance - broadcast;Trajectory analysis;Target deviation;Instrument Landing System final approach segment;Surveillance;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
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ADS-B를 이용한 착륙 항공기의 활주로 점유 시간 분석,구성관;백호종;

한국항행학회논문지, 2016. vol.20. 3, pp.167-174 crossref(new window)
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