Dale Stacey's Aeronautical Radio Communication Systems and Networks PDF

By Dale Stacey

ISBN-10: 0470018593

ISBN-13: 9780470018590

ISBN-10: 0470035102

ISBN-13: 9780470035108

Content material:
Chapter 1 creation (pages 1–8):
Chapter 2 thought Governing Aeronautical Radio platforms (pages 9–104):
Chapter three VHF conversation (pages 105–144):
Chapter four army verbal exchange platforms (pages 145–156):
Chapter five Long?Distance cellular Communications (pages 157–175):
Chapter 6 Aeronautical Telemetry structures (pages 177–186):
Chapter 7 Terrestrial Backhaul and the Aeronautical Telecommunications community (pages 187–199):
Chapter eight destiny Aeronautical cellular conversation platforms (pages 201–219):
Chapter nine The Economics of Radio (pages 221–227):
Chapter 10 floor Installations and kit (pages 229–257):
Chapter eleven Avionics (pages 259–305):
Chapter 12 Interference, Electromagnetic Compatibility, Spectrum administration and Frequency administration (pages 307–324):

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5 % (the error coming from the fact the earth is actually a spheroid, not a sphere) which is considered generally accurate enough for radio application. 9 Great-circle distances. JWBK149-02 JWBK149-Stacey December 4, 2007 7:36 COMPLEX PROPAGATION 25 the haversine formula is required, which allows for the non-spherical nature of the earth and corrects for these errors; however, for most purposes this is not required for radio engineering calculations. Example 9 An aircraft reaches cruise altitude (assume 10 000 km) after departing Cairns Airport, Australia (16◦ 36 S, 145◦ 30 E).

28 DSB-AM modulation. 29 Power spectrum for DSB-AM. where K is the unmodulated carrier amplitude and f m (t) is the baseband signal and f m (t) = a cos(2π f m t) So f c (t) = (K + a cos(2π f m t)) cos(2π f c t + φ) m (depth of modulation) = Now, let Modulating signal amplitude a = Unmodulated carrier amplitude K = 0. 29). 1 Observations of DSB-AM It is interesting to note that the modulated bandwidth of DSB-AM is twice the size of the minimum baseband bandwidth or the frequency component. It is independent of depth of modulation.

Today, this still holds true. 1 The Ionosphere The ionosphere extends nominally from 60 to 400 km above the earth’s surface. It is so called as the particles in this region are easily ionized, giving it special electrical properties. 23). 23 HF reflection from the different layers. Theoretically, there is a number of layers that exist. The D layer runs from height 60 to 90 km and the E layer from 90 to 150 km. The F1 layer runs from 150 km to 250 km and the F2 layer from 250 km to 400 km. Daytime.

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