Methods to Provide System-Wide ADS-B Back-Up, Validation and Security

@article{Smith2006MethodsTP,
  title={Methods to Provide System-Wide ADS-B Back-Up, Validation and Security},
  author={A. Smith and R. Cassell and T. Breen and R. Hulstrom and C. Evers},
  journal={2006 ieee/aiaa 25TH Digital Avionics Systems Conference},
  year={2006},
  pages={1-7}
}
  • A. Smith, R. Cassell, +2 authors C. Evers
  • Published 2006
  • Engineering
  • 2006 ieee/aiaa 25TH Digital Avionics Systems Conference
  • A major part of the business case for automatic dependent surveillance-broadcast (ADS-B) is attributed to the savings generated by decommissioning or reducing reliance on conventional radar systems. In order to maintain some form of redundancy, a networked, system-wide back-up and validation approach is required. During the transition to end-state surveillance architectures, there are likely be a mixture of various types of surveillance sources including primary surveillance radar, secondary… CONTINUE READING

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