Airborne internet by V.DINESH KUMAR KSRCT

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Airborne internet by V.DINESH KUMAR KSRCT

  1. 1. PREPARED BY, DINESH KUMAR.V II MCA, K.S.RANGASAMY COLLEGE OFTECHNOLOGY.
  2. 2. ABSTRACT  These days every internet users use the word BROADBAND which is used to upload and to download more data like audio, video, photo…  Many internet users are switching to cable modems and Digital Subscriber Lines to increase their bandwidth.  There is a new type of service being developed that will take broadband into the air which is called as “AIRBORNE INTERNET”.  The Airborne Internet will function much like satellite based internet access without any time delay.
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION  Airborne Internet is a private, secure and reliable peer-to-peer aircraft communication network.  This implementation is used to connect aircraft to a groundbased internet access node,including the information which passed across the communication link.  It is useful in providing information about Weather, Surrounding airspace environment and for aircraft- to- aircraft communications.
  4. 4. HOW DOES SATELLITE INTERNET OPERATE?  Satellite internet replaces the dial up connection for telephone connection, cable connection for television.  Satellite internet does not use telephone lines or cable systems ,but instead uses a satellite dish for two way(upload and download)data communication.  Upload speed is one-tenthof 500 kbps download.  Download speed is 10 times faster than normal download.
  5. 5. Two-way satellite consists of,  Approximately a two-foot by three-foot dish,  Two modems,  Co-axial cables between dish and modem.
  6. 6. WORKING OF AIRBORNE INTERNET  Three companies are planning to provide high -speed wireless Internet connection by using this Airborne Internet. 1)ANGEL TECHNOLOGIES planning Airborne Internet called High Altitude Long Operation (HALO), which use light weight palnes. 2)Aero Vironment has teamed up with NASA on a solar power unnamed palne that works similar to HALO network 3)Sky Station International is planning for a similar thing using blimps instead of planes.
  7. 7. HALO NETWORK ENABLING A HIGH SPEED WIRELESS INTERNET CONNECTION
  8. 8. THE NET TAKES FLIGHT  The computer most people use comes with a standard of 56k modem, which means that computer has a download stream at a rate of 56 kbps.  Land based lines are limited physically in how much data thety can deliver because of the diameter of cable or phone line,but in Airborne Internet there is no such physical limitation.
  9. 9.  It takes only less time for Airborne internet to relay data that is not as high up.  The Airborne-Internet aircraft will circle overhead at an altitude of 52,000 - 69,000 feet(15,849 – 21,031 mts)  These Airborne networks will overcome last-mile barriers like physical proximity.  This Airborne internet is not completely wireless, the consumers has to install an antenna on their home or business in order to receive signals from network hub over head.
  10. 10. AIRBORNE SYSTEM REQUIRES AN ANTENNA TO BE ATTATCHED TO SIDE OF HOUSE/WORKPLACE
  11. 11. COMPARE/CONTRAST TO GROUND BASED INTERNET
  12. 12. IMPLEMENTATION OF SYSTEMS  A HALO OVERHEAD PROTEUS AIRCRAFT
  13. 13.  NASA’S SUB-SPACE PLANS HELIOS AIRCRAFT WEIGHT 2,048 pounds(929 kg) WINGSPAN 247 ft(75.3 m) LENGTH 12 ft(3.7m) WINGAREA 1,976 square ft(183.6 mtr square) PROPULSION 14 brushless,2 horse power,direct current electric motors RANGE 1-3 hours in prototype tests, 6 months when fully operational SPEED 19-25 mph (30.6-40.2 kph)
  14. 14.  FLOATING ON AIR SKY STATION BLIMP DIAMETER 203 ft(62 m) LENGTH 515 ft WIDTH Approx. 300ft(91 m) POWER Solar and fuel cells
  15. 15. FUTURE ACTIVITIES  We intend to continue applying the methadology defined above to  Develop Airborne Internet alternatives,  Analyze advantages and disadvantages of each alternative,  Estimates of performance and cost will be made and  A separate security assessment will be produced.
  16. 16. CONCLUSION  Thus this technology has a wide range of utilities in the field of avitation services like aircraft monitoring, air traffic management,weather information etc….  It also provides an opportunity for the passengers to access the internet at very high altitudes that is in aeroplanes and in other conventional services.
  17. 17. REFERENCES  www.airborneinternet.org  www.airborneinternet.com  airborneinternet.pbwiki.com  spacecom.grc.nasa.gov/icnsconf/docs/2006/02_Session_A1  acb100.tc.faa.gov/Briefings/Sept28,2005Keegan  web.uwaterloo.ca/uwsearch.php?hl=en&lr=&ie=UTF- 8&q=related:www.aerosat.com  ieeexplore.ieee.org/iel5/10432/33126/01559440.pdf? arnumber=15594  www.datev.de/dpilexikon/ShowLexikonContent.do? begriff=airborneinternet&typ=buchstabe  www.tc.faa.gov/act4/insidethefence
  18. 18. THANK YOU…

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