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The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology
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Volume 11, Issue 4 - Dec 2007
Volume 11, Issue 3 - Sep 2007
Volume 11, Issue 2 - Jun 2007
Volume 11, Issue 1 - Mar 2007
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A Study on Operational Benefits of ADS-B through experimental Flight Test in Tae-An Airport
Hong, Gyo-Young ; Kim, Do-Hyun ; Oh, Kyung-Ryoon ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 2007, Pages 137~145
The flight test of ADS-B is to demonstrate operational benefits to air traffic controllers and pilots when other aircraft data including the aiming altitude is displayed on CDTI. Additionally, This ADS-B study is to provide first operational experience of ADS-B in ATCS environment of South Korea and provide practical information to ATCS before deployment of ADS-B in South Korea is considered. Participation in the flight test has been limited to 2 Aircraft of H University which are installed ADS-B equipment and the ground station has installed in Tae-An airport. This test have been experimented according to the pre-arranged flight procedures of Tae-An airport. As a result of the test, it has shown that the number of radio transmitting and the time of radio occupied between controller and pilot are remarkably reduced. Besides, as both pilot and air traffic controller are able to see the traffic information in the vicinity of the aircraft, the test has demonstrated that it is possible for ADS-B not only to decline the controller's workload, but also to enhance pilot situational awareness in the near future.
Avoidance Algorithm and Extended Kalman Filter Design for Autonomous Navigation with GPS & INS Sensor System Fusion
Yu, Hwan-Shin ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 2007, Pages 146~153
Autonomous unmanned vehicle is able to find the path and the way point by itself. For the more precise navigation performance, Extended kalman filter, which is integrated with inertial navigation system and global positioning system is proposed in this paper. Extended kalman filter's performance is evaluated by the simulation and applied to the unmanned vehicle. The test result shows the effectiveness of extended kalman filter for the navigation.
Performance Verification of a New Positioning Technology by Low-Resolution CDMA Pilot Strength Measurements
Lee, Hyung Keun ; Shim, Ju-Young ; Kim, Hee-Sung ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 2007, Pages 154~162
This paper verifies the performance of the wireless-signal map-matching (WSMM) method that is recently proposed to mitigate the effects of non-line-of-sight (NLOS) error in positioning under wireless terrestrial network environments. The WSMM method is the new positioning technology that estimates and compensate the NLOS errors by processing the bulks of anonymous measurements at unknown locations that are collected randomly and automatically. The WSMM method would be advantageous for various configurations of future ubiquitous sensor networks since it is based on the existing network configuration for communication and it requires no additional hardware in base stations and mobile handsets. It is shown that the application of the WSMM concept to the real CDMA pilot strength measurment message (PSMM) actually mitigates the NLOS error effects and improves overall positioning accuracy.
Wireless Triggering Pulse Generation for Digital X-ray Imaging System
Ko, Dae-Sik ; Lee, Jae-Cheol ; Lee, Joo-Shin ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 2007, Pages 163~169
In this paper, we propose a method of trigger pulse generation to capture the image on time by making a synchronization between the x-ray generator and digital x-ray image acquisition system. we designed a wireless trigger pulse generation circuit to make a synchronization between x-ray generator and digital image acquisition system and analysis its performance. When it starts to detect a certain level of x-ray radiation or above from the air, this method starts to generate a ACQ_START signal to indicate the timing for image acquisition starting from digital image acquisition system. Hence, when it starts to detect under certain level of x-ray signal from the air, this method starts to generate a ACC_END signal to indicate the timing for image acquisition stop from digital image acquisition system. Image acquisition is activated only this time between ACQ_START and ACQ_END signal. By doing this wireless detecting of x-ray signal from remote, we can get more accurate timing for capturing the x-ray image and any type of x-ray generator can be connected to digital image acquisition system, regards of wired protocol. This makes easy installation. We could get 3.5 line pair / mm resolution at 20 mAs of x-ray level with resolution chart. This is same or better image comparing to conventional wired result.
Performance Analysis of DS-CDMA System of Phase Estimation Error for Mobile Satellite Wireless Communication Channel
Kang, Heau-Jo ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 2007, Pages 170~176
In this paper, we improve performance for system when the carrier recovery signal is not perfect in the multipath mobile wireless communication fast fading channel based on DS-CDMA system. In the case, we use the phase estimation, diversity and adaptive FEC code technique in order to overcome this carrier phase error and mobile wireless fading. As a results in DS-CDMA system, we know that the appropriate use of diversity and adaptive FEC code technique reduced considerably performance degradation due to phase error.
Optimal OPC Position and Fiber Dispersion Coefficients depending on WDM Channel Numbers
Lee, Seong-Real ; Chung, Jae-Pil ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 2007, Pages 177~186
In this paper, the optimal position offset of optical phase conjugator (OPC) and the optimal dispersion offsets of fiber sections, which are alternating with the method for the symmetry of optical power and chromatic dispersion with respect to OPC, are numerically investigated as afunction of the WDM channel numbers. The WDM channel numbers are assumed to be 8, 12, 16, 20 and 24. The bit-rate of each channel is assumed to be 40 Gbps for all cases. It is confirmed that the optimal position offset of OPC and optimal dispersion offset of fiber section are gradually increased as the WDM channel numbers are gradually increased. But, the optimal dispersion values of fiber sections per OPC position offset of 1 km are independent on WDM channel numbers, because the optimal position offset of OPC and optimal dispersion offset of fiber section are simultaneously increased as the WDM channel numbers are increased. It is also confirmed that the applying of these optimal parameter values is efficient to WDM system with many channels rather than WDM with small channels.
Optimal Parameter Values of Optical Phase Conjugator depending on Extinction Ratio of WDM Channel Signals
Lee, Seong-Real ; Lee, Young-Gyo ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 2007, Pages 187~195
In this paper, the optimal values of optical phase conjugator (OPC) position and dispersion coefficients of fiber sections depending on the extinction ratio of WDM channel signals are numerically induced in WDM system with OPC used to compensate the distorted signals due to nonlinearities and chromatic dispersion. The considered WDM system consist of 16 channels with 40 Gbps data rate and each channel is assumed to be NRZ format with the extinction ration of 5 dB, 10 dB, or 20 dB. It is confirmed that the only one parameter among two considered parameters is used to effectively compensate overall WDM channels, and each optimal value of these parameters independent on the extinction ratio. That is, overall WDM channels are excellently transmitted within 2 dB power penalty whether by positioning OPC into 496 km or by setting dispersion coefficient difference between two fiber sections to 0.055 ps/nm/km, these optimal values are not dependence on the extinction ratio.
Solution of the TE Scattering by a Resistive Strip Grating Over Grounded Dielectric Plane with Edge Boundary Condition
Yoon, Uei-Joong ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 2007, Pages 196~202
In this paper, The TE(transverse electric) scattering problems by a resistive strip grating over a grounded dielectric plane with edge boundary condition are analyzed by applying the FGMM(Fourier-Galerkin Moment Method) known as a numerical procedure. For a TE scattering problem, the induced surface current density is expected to the zero value at both edges of the resistive strip, then the induced surface current density on the resistive strip is expanded in a series of the multiplication of Gegenbauer(Ultraspherical) polynomials with the first order and functions of appropriate edge boundary condition. To verify the validity of the proposed method, the numerical results of normalized reflected power for the uniform resistivity R = 100 ohms/square and R = 0 as a conductive strip case show in good agreement with those in the existing papers.
Analysis of Threat Agent for Important Information Systems
Kim, Tai-Hoon ; Kim, Seok-Soo ; Park, Gil-Cheol ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 2007, Pages 203~208
Because the networks and systems become more complex, the implementation of the security countermeasures for important Information Systems becomes more critical consideration. The designers and developers of the security policy should recognize the importance of building security countermeasures by using both technical and non-technical methods, such as personnel and operational facts. Security countermeasures may be made for formulating an effective overall security solution to address threats at all layers of the information infrastructure. But all these works can be done after assuming who is the threat agent. In this paper we identify the treat agents for information systems, summarize the characteristics of threat agents, and apply weighting factors to them.
Dynamic Gait embody using angular acceleration for a Walking Robot
Park, Jae-Mun ; Park, Seung-Yub ; Ko, Bong-Jin ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 2007, Pages 209~216
In this paper, we embodied posture-stabilization and dynamic gait in a walking robot. 10 RC servo motors are used to operate joints. And the joints have enough moving ranges suitable in any walking pattern. Each joint trajectory is generated by cubic spline interpolation method and the stability of the trajectory is verified by using Zero Moment Point from the robot modeling. To avoid complex structure and expression, Zero Moment Point of the biped robot used angular acceleration is suggested. To measure the stability of the biped robot, Tilt sensor and gyro sensor are used. Finally, Personal Computer is used computer monitoring and data processing. Most of computation, such as 10 RC servo motor control, joint trajectory generating, ZMP compensation, sense measuring, etc, was used Digital Signal Processor.
Design and Implementation of Wireless Network based On-line Realtime Game Contents
Kim, Yu-Doo ; Moon, Il-Young ; Cho, Sung-Joon ;
The Journal of Advanced Navigation Technology, volume 11, issue 2, 2007, Pages 217~222
Recently PC games are trending toward online. But, mobile games are not using network actively. Because there are two problems that low speed of mobile network and low specification of mobile device in wireless internet environment. But, solving problems by these started HSDPA services and increased performance of devices. In this paper, we implement mobile on-line real time game for develop mobile network in wireless internet environment.