A Technical Seminar
On
Airborne Internet
Submitted by
K.Rajendra Prasad
10B41A1244
Information technology
CONTENTS
• Introduction
• Need for airborne internet
• Halo network
• Implementation Systems
• Future Enhancements
• Concl...
INTRODUCTION
• Airborne Internet is a private, secure, reliable
peer-to-peer aircraft communications network
• It is usefu...
The Need for Airborne Internet
• Airborne Internet is seen as the perfect answer
to the demand for fast, reliable access t...
WHAT IS HALO NETWORK
• The High Altitude Long Operation Network is
a broadband wireless metropolitan area
network, with a ...
THE HALO NETWORK
IMPLEMENTATION SYSTEMS
Three companies Focused on the development of
airborne internet
1. Angel technology
2. Sky station ...
ANGEL TECHNOLOGIES
• The centerpiece of this network is the Proteus
plane, which will carry wireless networking
equipment ...
The heart of Angel's Proteus plane is the one-ton
airborne-network hub
Network hub consists of an antenna array and
electr...
PROTEUS PLANE
SKY STATION BLIMP
• Sky Station International is counting on its
blimps, in the race to deliver high-speed
Internet access...
Each blimp will be equipped with a
telecommunications payload to provide wireless
broadband connections.
NASA SUB SPACE PLANS
• NASA's Sub-space Plans NASA is also playing a role
in a potential airborne Internet system being
de...
NASA SUB SPACE PLANS
WORKING OF AI
• There will be ground-based components to any
type of airborne Internet network.
• The consumers will have ...
Continue…
• satellite internet access
• The airborne Internet won't be completely
wireless.
• satellite systems are about ...
Installation of antenna
ROADMAP OF FUTURE ACTIVITIES
• We intend to continue applying the
methodology defined above to develop
Airborne Internet a...
CONCLUSION
Thus this airborne internet technology has a
wide range of utilities in the field of aviation
services like
Ai...
.
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A technical seminar on air borne internet

  1. 1. A Technical Seminar On Airborne Internet Submitted by K.Rajendra Prasad 10B41A1244 Information technology
  2. 2. CONTENTS • Introduction • Need for airborne internet • Halo network • Implementation Systems • Future Enhancements • Conclusion
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION • Airborne Internet is a private, secure, reliable peer-to-peer aircraft communications network • It is useful in providing the information about weather, surrounding airspace environment and for aircraft-to-aircraft communications.
  4. 4. The Need for Airborne Internet • Airborne Internet is seen as the perfect answer to the demand for fast, reliable access to the Internet as well as quick and easy file 'sharing.’ • Conventional telephone lines, for example, are capable of transmitting only 56,000 bits (56k) per second under ideal conditions
  5. 5. WHAT IS HALO NETWORK • The High Altitude Long Operation Network is a broadband wireless metropolitan area network, with a star topology. • The HALO network will be located in the atmosphere, at an altitude miles above terrestrial wireless, but hundreds to thousands of miles below satellite networks.
  6. 6. THE HALO NETWORK
  7. 7. IMPLEMENTATION SYSTEMS Three companies Focused on the development of airborne internet 1. Angel technology 2. Sky station blimp 3. NASA sub space plans
  8. 8. ANGEL TECHNOLOGIES • The centerpiece of this network is the Proteus plane, which will carry wireless networking equipment into the air. • The Proteus plane will carry the network hub for the HALO Network
  9. 9. The heart of Angel's Proteus plane is the one-ton airborne-network hub Network hub consists of an antenna array and electronics for wireless communication An 18-foot dish underneath the plane is responsible for reflecting high-speed data signals from a ground station to your computer
  10. 10. PROTEUS PLANE
  11. 11. SKY STATION BLIMP • Sky Station International is counting on its blimps, in the race to deliver high-speed Internet access from high altitudes and calls them as lighter-than-air platforms, and plans to station these airships , one over each city. • Each station would fly at an altitude of 13 miles (21 km) and provide wireless service to an area of approximately 7,500 square miles (19,000 square km).
  12. 12. Each blimp will be equipped with a telecommunications payload to provide wireless broadband connections.
  13. 13. NASA SUB SPACE PLANS • NASA's Sub-space Plans NASA is also playing a role in a potential airborne Internet system being developed by AeroVironment • The Helios aircraft will be equipped with telecommunications equipment and stay airborne for six months straight. • The Helios prototype is constructed out of materials such as carbon fiber, graphite epoxy, Kevlar and Styrofoam, covered with a thin, transparent skin.
  14. 14. NASA SUB SPACE PLANS
  15. 15. WORKING OF AI • There will be ground-based components to any type of airborne Internet network. • The consumers will have to install an antenna on their home or business in order to receive signals from the network hub overhead. • Airborne-Internet systems will require that an antenna be attached to the side of your house or work place.
  16. 16. Continue… • satellite internet access • The airborne Internet won't be completely wireless. • satellite systems are about 10 times faster than a normal modem.
  17. 17. Installation of antenna
  18. 18. ROADMAP OF FUTURE ACTIVITIES • We intend to continue applying the methodology defined above to develop Airborne Internet alternatives, • analyze the advantages and disadvantages of each alternative and arrive at a recommendation. • A separate security assessment will be produced
  19. 19. CONCLUSION Thus this airborne internet technology has a wide range of utilities in the field of aviation services like Aircraft monitoring and air traffic management, weather information etc.. And also provides an opportunity to access the internet at very high altitudes that is, in the aeroplanes and other conventional services
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