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  • 1. AERONAUTICAL COMMUNICATION
    Submitted by:
    SHIVARAJ
    5th sem CS
    497CS08052
  • 2. OVERVIEW
    Introduction
    Cabin architecture
    Satellite connection
    Technical overview
    Service integrator
    Service dimensioning
    Interference
    CMHN
    conclusion
  • 3. INTRODUCTION
    In the fucture,airliners will provide a variety of entertainment and communication equipment to the passenger.
  • 4. Aeronautical communication
  • 5. Wireless cabin architecture
    Gsm telephony is prohibited in commercial aircraft due to the uncertain certification situation
    It should not be seen as an alternative to wired architecture in an aircraft.
  • 6. Satellite connection
    It will cover the cover areas especially over oceanic regions
  • 7.
  • 8. Technical overview
    UMTS
    It is the third generation mobile communication system being developed within IMT-2000 framework.
  • 9. Bluetooth
    Bluetooth operates in the unlicensed 2.4--GHz ISM (industrial scientific and medical) band and uses a frequency- hopping spread (FHSS) technique to minimize interference
    A Bluetooth unit has a nominal range of approximately 10 meters .
  • 10.
  • 11. C. IEEE802.11b
    The IEEE 802.11 b standard offers a maximum throughput of II Mbps (typical 6.5 Mbps) working in the same 2.4- GHz ISM band as B1uetooth by the use of direct sequence spread spectrum (DSSS).
  • 12. SERVICE INTEGRATOR
    The service integrator will provide the interfaces for the wireless and wired service access points in the cabin.
  • 13. SERVICE DIMENSIONING
    The system dimensioning process can be structured in several steps:
    • Determination of gross traffic per
    aircraft using the multi-service model
    • Determination of the timely and locally
    varying traffic
  • 14. INTERFERENCE
    • Once the above described measurements finish. four types of interferences within the CMHN have to be studied:
    • 15. Co-channel interference
    • 16. Cumulative interference
  • COLLECTIVELY MOBILE HETEROGENEOUS NETWORK
  • 17. Advantages
    • From the user point of view their service accepted will be increased.
    • 18. they may have available telephone numbers or other data stored in their cell phones or PDA
  • Disadvantages
    • It should not be seen an alternative to a wired architecture in aircraft.
  • CONCLUSION
    so we clearly say that this technology will spawn revolutionary changes in the modern communication.
  • 19. THANK YOU