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Title: SIMULATION OF FLIGHT FOLLOWING SYSTEM
Authors: Mathewos, Essatu
Advisors: Dr. Ing. Kissig
Keywords: SIMULATION OF FLIGHT
Copyright: Jun-1989
Date Added: 27-Nov-2012
Publisher: AAU
Abstract: The simulation of the flight following system i6 primarily chosen in the interest of Ethiopian Airlines need to implement the system to replace the currently used flight following system which is based on verbal communication between aircraft and ground control people. The first section of this paper discusses the components of data communication system, aspects and objective of data communication system. The second section laid the emphasis on the fundamental communication concepts parallel transmission, serial transmission and the different types of serial transmission. The theory behind the simulation is basically based on the different types of transmission modes. The third section build the foundation for the characteristics of data transmission, direction of information flow: simplex, half-duplex and full duplex and finally rate of transmission effect on data transmission. In section 4 the different coding technology and structures are presented. A unique feature of the paper is section 5 protocol. There are sections on identifying and defining a problem in data communication specially for good understanding between a sender and a receiver. The principle of operation of the simulation of flight following system is discussed in section 6 and in section 7 conclusion and improvement using the same system for other forms of data are presented.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/4001
Appears in:Thesis - Communication Engineering

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