MODELING OF ADS-B MESSAGES TRANSMISSION VIA SATELLITE USING MIMO SYSTEMS
Keywords:aeronautical satellite communication channel, MIMO 2×1, MIMO 3×2
AbstractThe original model of aeronautical satellite MIMO communication channel “Aircraft–to–Satellite–to– Ground Station” was created using MATLAB Simulink software. MIMO 2×1 and 3×2 fading uplink/downlink channels with antenna diversity were analyzed. Results were compared with AWGN uplink/downlink channels. On the base of these models channels integrity was investigated and dependences of Bit Error Rate on the ratio Eb/N0 were received.
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