Challenges in implementing a wireless avionics network

@article{Ramanatt2020ChallengesII,
  title={Challenges in implementing a wireless avionics network},
  author={Peter Reji Ramanatt and K. Natarajan and K. R. Shobha},
  journal={Aircraft Engineering and Aerospace Technology},
  year={2020},
  volume={92},
  pages={482-494}
}
Aircraft manufacturers for a long time have been looking to reduce the weight of on board equipment to enhance performance both from commercial aspect and from military aspect. The existing wired technology, using cables to connect different on board line replaceable unit apart from increasing the weight also increases the complexity related to electromagnetic interference, installation and maintenance. With continuous technology upgradation in the wireless domain, aviation industry is in the… 

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