The Testing of MLAT Method Application by means of Usage low-cost ADS-B Receivers

Stanislav Pleninger

Abstract


The paper describes the process and results achieved during the measurement which was realized with the aim of identify an applicability of MLAT (Multilateration) method by means of using so-called “low-cost” ADS-B receivers. In terms of measurement, ADS-B receivers without GPS time synchronization module was utilized thus specific time synchronization method was required to implement.

Keywords


Surveillance; Mode S; ADS-B; 1090ES; MLAT; Multilateration; transponder

References


ICAO: Annex 10 to the Convention on International Civil Aviation: “Aeronautical Telecommunications”, Volume IV: “Surveillance Radar and Collision Avoidance Systems”. Amendment no 82.

ICAO, Aeronautical Surveillance Manual (Doc 9924), 1st ed., 2010.

EUROCAE: Technical Specification for Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) Systems, ED-142, 2010.

ICAO: Technical Provision for Mode S Services and Extended Squitter, Doc 9871, Second Edition, 2011.

RTCA: Minimum Operational Performance Standards for 1090 MHz Extended Squitter Automatic Dependent Surveillance–Broadcast (ADS B) and Traffic Information Services–Broadcast (TIS B), DO 260B, December 2, 2009.


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