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This book presents materials on the implementation of modern technologies for aircraft information support and ground-based radio equipment for flights in the Russian Federation, especially in the Arctic and far Eastern regions, as well as new methods for monitoring the flight of civil aviation aircraft based on the use of local control and correction stations and optical systems that fully meet the requirements of international and domestic organizations for the reliability and integrity of transmitted information. The book is intended for engineering and technical specialists involved in the development, manufacturing and operation of aircraft avionics and ground-based radio electronic flight support systems, as well as graduate students and senior students of radio engineering specialties. It is useful to researchers and professionals whose activities are related to air traffic control.

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Chapter 1. Implementation and Ways to Implement ADS-B in Russian Federation

Abstract
The rapid growth in the number of aircraft flights has led to the need to develop and implement a high-speed flexible and stable network aviation communication system, which is called automatic dependent surveillance—ADS-B.
Oleg Ivanovich Zavalishin, Anatoly Nikolaevich Korotonoshko, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny, Yury Grigorievich Shatrakov

Chapter 2. Building a Better Computing Block for Devices of Civil Aviation on the Criterion of Reliability

Abstract
Achievement of the requirements for accuracy and reliability of computing operations in technical systems, in general, and civil aviation, in particular, is one of the main tasks of the present time. Taking into account the tendency to switch the main navigation, communication, and radar systems is used to ensure the safety of civil aviation flights to an automated mode of operation, i.e., providing for minimal human intervention, and any error or interruption in the operation of computer systems can lead to severe consequences. Increasing the reliability of computing systems by known methods, such as excessive redundancy, can lead to cumbersome and high-cost systems that are difficult to use in civil aviation. Therefore, there is a problem of building computational blocks based on the development of optimization methods based on reliability criteria.
Oleg Ivanovich Zavalishin, Anatoly Nikolaevich Korotonoshko, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny, Yury Grigorievich Shatrakov

Chapter 3. Ensuring the Reliability and Integrity of the Information Service of Aircraft at Various Stages and Under Various Flight Conditions

Abstract
It is vital to add to the materials described in Chap. 1 that two conditions must be met in implementing the surveillance function for ATC, especially those based on GNSS technologies
Oleg Ivanovich Zavalishin, Anatoly Nikolaevich Korotonoshko, Dmitry Alexandrovich Zatuchny, Yury Grigorievich Shatrakov

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