COMPUTER MODELING OF RADIO FREQUENCY SATELLITE TRANSPONDER FOR TRANSMISSION OF ADS-B MESSAGES SATELLITE COMMUNICATION CHANNEL

Authors

  • Volodymyr Kharchenko National Aviation University
  • Wang Bo Ningbo University of Technology, Zhejiang, China
  • Andrii Grekhov National Aviation University
  • Petro Stahovskyi National Aviation University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18372/2306-1472.61.7581

Keywords:

ADS-B, BER, free space losses, noise temperature, radio frequency satellite transponder, satellite communication

Abstract

For investigation of ADS-B messages transmission via radio frequency satellite link the original model ofa communication channel "Aircraft-to-Satellite-to-Ground Station" was built using MATLAB Sіmulіnk. Model consistsof aircraft transmitter, uplink/downlink path, satellite transponder, ground station receiver. BER dependencies on FreeSpace Path Losses, Noise Temperatures and Satellite Transponder Amplifier Gain were received and analyzed.

Author Biographies

Volodymyr Kharchenko, National Aviation University

Kharchenko Volodymyr (1943). Doctor of Engineering. Professor.Holder of a State Award in Science and Engineering of Ukraine.Winner of a State Prize of Ukraine in Science and Engineering.Vice-Rector for Scientific-Research Work, National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine.Head of the Department of Air Navigation Systems, National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine.Professor of Traffic College of Ningbo University of Technology, Ningbo, China.Education: Kyiv Civil Aviation Engineers Institute with a Degree in Radio Engineering, Kyiv, Ukraine (1967).Research area: management of complex socio-technical systems, air navigation systems and automatic decision-makingsystems aimed at avoidance conflict situations, space information technology design, air navigation services in Ukraineprovided by СNS/АТМ systems.

Wang Bo, Ningbo University of Technology, Zhejiang, China

Wang Bo (1980). Associate Professor.College of Economics and Management, Ningbo University of Technology, China.Education: National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine, with a Degree in aviation fuel cost control.Research area: presided over a “high-end project” launched by Chinese Bureau of Foreign Experts; presided over andaccomplished a longitudinal project launched by the provincial education department; presided over a 800-thousandYuan horizontal project launched by Ningbo Traffic Detachment; took a major part in a project on internationalcooperation launched by Ministry of Science and Technology of China (2/6); took part in a municipal project on socialsciences and quite a number of horizontal projects in Ningbo

Andrii Grekhov, National Aviation University

Grekhov Andrii (1951). Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences (1990). Professor (1991).Expert of EUROCONTROL for ADS-B systems.Department of Air Navigation Systems, National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine.Education: Physical Department, Kyiv State Taras Shevchenko University, Ukraine (1973), M.Sc. Degree with Honorsconfirming qualification of Physicist Theorist.Research area: air satellite communications and information channels, computer modeling of information flowstransmission in airborne collision avoidance systems, ADS-B systems, onboard recorder and communication channels,surveillance processes and modern signal processing, expansion of terrestrial surveillance systems for ADS-B usingsatellite system IRIDIUM, noise resistant coding and forward error correction, aviation security assessment based onsimulation.

Petro Stahovskyi, National Aviation University

Stahovskyi Petro (1991). Student.National Aviation University, Kyiv, Ukraine.

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Published

10-12-2014

How to Cite

Kharchenko, V., Bo, W., Grekhov, A., & Stahovskyi, P. (2014). COMPUTER MODELING OF RADIO FREQUENCY SATELLITE TRANSPONDER FOR TRANSMISSION OF ADS-B MESSAGES SATELLITE COMMUNICATION CHANNEL. Advances in Aerospace Technology, 61(4), 14–20. https://doi.org/10.18372/2306-1472.61.7581

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AEROSPACE SYSTEMS FOR MONITORING AND CONTROL

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