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Portable wireless technology provides many benefits to modern day travelers. The objective of this paper is to analyze IPL measurement data, to better understand the impact on coupling levels based on the different locations of the aircraft radio antennas on B-757 and B-737 airplanes, and to provide a basis for future fuzzy logic modeling of airplane IPL.(More)
A commercial software package, Wireless Insite/sup /spl reg//, was used to predict power levels inside aircraft cabins and the data was compared with previously collected experimental data. Two methods of propagation were examined and through basic statistical analysis, it was concluded that the software could qualitatively predict electromagnetic(More)
Electromagnetic propagation models for signal strength prediction within aircraft cabins are essential for evaluating and designing a wireless communication system to be implemented onboard aircraft. A prediction model was developed for a B777 using commercial grade software intended for predictions within offices and buildings. The performance of the model(More)
Neural network modeling is introduced in this paper to classify and predict interference path loss measurements on Airbus 319 and 320 airplanes. Interference patterns inside the aircraft are classified and predicted based on the locations of the doors, windows, aircraft structures and the communication/navigation system-of-concern. Modeled results are(More)
The objective of this paper is to analyze the IPL data measured, to better understand the impact on coupling levels based on the different locations of the aircraft radio antennas on the B-757 and B-737 airplanes, and to provide a basis for future fuzzy logic modeling of airplane IPL. This effort will build upon previous fuzzy modeling of IPL data for B-737(More)
In this paper, neural network (NN) modeling is combined with fuzzy logic to estimate Interference Path Loss measurements on Airbus 319 and 320 airplanes. Interference patterns inside the aircraft are classified and predicted based on the locations of the doors, windows, aircraft structures and the communication/navigation system-of-concern. Modeled results(More)
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