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Detection Performance Comparison of ADS-B and TCAS Using Simulation
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 Title & Authors
Detection Performance Comparison of ADS-B and TCAS Using Simulation
So, Jun-Soo; KU, SungKwan; Hong, Gyo-young;
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 Abstract
In order to improve the performance of TCAS it should improve the performance of the sensor, which transmits a variety of information. In this paper, To improve the performance of the existing radar sensors such as being used in behalf of the next generation air traffic control system, ads-b the applied. In addition, ADS-B in a high precision by using information from the correction GPS system, SBAS assume would be able to apply an improved location accuracy for TCAS and analyzed TCAS and ADS-B. Played the simulation results, TCAS equipment receives the help of these ADS-B can calculate a CPA to determine the position of the aircraft in advance, and it was confirmed that it is possible to reduce the unnecessary RA operation, also, the pilot reduction and the workload, it has advantages such as fuel consumption and time associated with the reduced operation unnecessary RA was confirmed.
 Keywords
Traffic alert and collision avoidance system;Automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast;Mode S;
 Language
Korean
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