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 Title & Authors
Design and Implementation of Multi-Sensor Interface System
Mun, Myeong-Ju; Kim, Hyounkyoung;
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 Abstract
The air traffic control service in the domestic airports and approach control centers is provided using data from flight plan and a variety of surveillance sensors such as SSR, ADS-B and MLAT, etc. The physical connection methods and data types of the sensors are various, as so using these data directly may cause a lot of cost in development and maintenance of air traffic control equipment. As a method for solving such a problem, we propose a system that can convert the data from the heterogeneous sensors to the unified format which can be processed by the air traffic control devices. In this paper, the analysis results for the physical characteristics and data formats of the typical surveillance sensors are described. Also, the system design and the system implementation result for the multi-sensor interface system to interoperate the sensors are explained in detail.
 Keywords
Secondary surveillance radar;Airport surface detection equipment;Multilateration;Flight plan;Radar interface;
 Language
Korean
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