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This book highlights practical solutions for flight safety improvement techniques, which are currently the focus of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). It has become clear that, in order to rapidly and significantly improve flight safety, the integrated use of new aeronautical technologies is called for. Considering the size of the aviation fleet, its constant growth and the long service lives of aircraft, new technologies should be adapted both to cutting-edge air navigation systems and to those that have been used for over a decade.

Concretely, the book discusses methodological approaches to the construction of ground and on-board avionics that make it possible to achieve improved flight safety using innovative new methods. The proposed approaches are illustrated with real-world examples of e.g. satellite-based navigation systems and enhanced ground proximity warning systems.

The book is written for professionals involved in the development of avionics systems, as well as students, researchers and experts in the field of radiolocation, radio navigation and air traffic control, the book will support the development and modeling of radio technical complexes, as well as the analysis of complex radio technical systems.

Table of Contents

Frontmatter

Chapter 1. General Description of Flight Safety Problems

Abstract
One of the most important problems that military and civil aviation faces is to ensure landings with a target level of safety in any weather conditions in any region of the globe. The solution to this problem depends primarily on the AC and aerodrome equipment with instrument landing systems.
Baburov S.V., Bestugin A.R., Galyamov A.M., Sauta O.I., Shatrakov Y.G.

Chapter 2. Methodology for Constructing Satellite-Based Landing Systems and Collision Avoidance Systems

Abstract
Satellite-based landing systems (SLSs) and collision avoidance systems (CASs) are systems of integrated radioelectronic complexes (RECs), the functional core of which is a GNSS receiver that generates navigation parameters and precise time.
Baburov S.V., Bestugin A.R., Galyamov A.M., Sauta O.I., Shatrakov Y.G.

Chapter 3. Methods for Improving Flight Efficiency and Safety for Satellite-Based Landing Systems

Abstract
This chapter considers methods used to solve functional problems and to construct devices, the application of which in the SLS allows enhancing the accuracy of determining the parameters.
Baburov S.V., Bestugin A.R., Galyamov A.M., Sauta O.I., Shatrakov Y.G.

Chapter 5. Integrated Technical Solutions on the Joint Use of Technologies Applicable in Collision Avoidance Systems and Satellite-Based Landing Systems

Abstract
This chapter describes the basic principles of constructing an integrated flight safety system on the basis of the satellite-based landing system (SLS) and the collision avoidance system (CAS) using GNSS technologies. The proposed technical solutions are partially described in [13].
Baburov S.V., Bestugin A.R., Galyamov A.M., Sauta O.I., Shatrakov Y.G.

Chapter 6. Recommendations for the Application of the Proposed Technical Solutions in the Satellite-Based Landing Systems and Collision Avoidance Systems

Abstract
This chapter describes the principles of constructing aviation onboard navigation and information systems using GNSS technologies, their functions, and technical characteristics on examples of specific equipment samples.
Baburov S.V., Bestugin A.R., Galyamov A.M., Sauta O.I., Shatrakov Y.G.

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