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L-DACS1 is the broadband candidate technology for the future L-band Digital Aeronautical Communications System (L-DACS). The flexible design of L-DACS1 allows the deployment as an inlay system in the spectral gaps between two adjacent channels used by the Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) as well as the non-inlay deployment in unused parts of the L-band.(More)
L-DACS1 is the broadband candidate technology for the future L-band Digital Aeronautical Communications System (L-DACS). The flexible design of L-DACS1 allows the deployment as an inlay system in the spectral gaps between two adjacent channels used by the Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) as well as the non-inlay deployment in unused parts of the L-band.(More)
The L-band Digital Aeronautical Communications System (LDACS) is the air-to-ground data link technology within the Future Communications Infrastructure (FCI). LDACS1 is one of two candidate LDACS technologies that have been recommended for further study by ICAO. In this paper, we assess the feasibility of a Europe-wide deployment of the LDACS1 system. For(More)
LDACS1 is a candidate for the future digital aeronautical communications system in L-band. As unused spectrum is very scarce in the L-band, LDACS1 pursues the approach to make use of the gaps between adjacent channels used by the distance measuring equipment (DME). This DME signal has a severe influence on the performance of LDACS1. In this paper, an(More)
Flexible production tasks in modern process plants, changes of production strategies, the ongoing development of field devices, changing applications of the process control and operation management level highly require an optimally adaptive field device functionality. A flexible device functionality is especially motivated by its extension with innovative(More)
The informational bookkeeping of pumps is of particular interest for a wide range of applications in operative process control engineering. The integration of pump information in process control, in plant asset management and energy management applications, generally opens a large potential for improved maintenance as well as for process and plant(More)
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