GPS-Squitter : System Concept , Performance , and Development Program

@inproceedings{Orlando2007GPSSquitterS,
  title={GPS-Squitter : System Concept , Performance , and Development Program},
  author={Vincent A. Orlando and George H. Knittel and R. Boisvert},
  year={2007}
}
III GPS-Squitter merges the capabilities ofAutomatic Dependent Surveillance (ADS) with the Mode S beacon system. In ADS, an aircraft determines its position on board by using satellite navigational data from a system such as the Global Positioning System (GPS). The information is then broadcast to ground and airborne users to provide surveillance of the aircraft. In GPS-Squitter, an aircraft would transmit the ADS information by using the Mode S squitter-a spontaneous periodic broadcast… CONTINUE READING

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