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The European ATM Master Plan & Its Implications for ATSEP Qualification

EU’s aviation strategy is documented in the European Air Traffic Master Plan.

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Emergency Phases and Rescue Coordination Center

In aviation when the safety of an aircraft or its occupants is supposed to be in danger it is called an emergency phase.

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The Importance of Consistent Monitoring and Enhanced Perception in Rescue Coordination Centers

RCC efficiency can be enhanced through the inclusion of radar monitoring services.

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Understanding Rescue Coordination Centers

Rescue Coordination Centres are established to coordinate and ensure effective organization of search and rescue operations.

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Transition From Aeronautical Information Service to Aeronautical Information Management

Aeronautical Information Service in digital form represent the Aeronautical Information Management Concept. AIM is the integrated management of AIS data.

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Studying Cybersecurity in Civil Aviation, Including Developing and Applying Aviation Cybersecurity Risk Assessment (IEEE-Journal Article)

The aviation sector is one of the fast growing sectors in the world due to the fast growth of air traffic density. Therefore, the management of air traffic receives significant important. Such a significant demand in air traffic density requires improvement in the capabilities of critical infrastructure in communication, navigation aids, aeronautical surveillance, and System-Wide Information Management (SWIM).

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Why is the FFT Plot of a pulsed-Doppler radar mirrored? (Video)

When it comes to radar, the FFT (Fast-Fourier Transform) is used to convert time domain signals into frequencies. An example of its use is for converting the dual channels of a pulse-Doppler radar from time domain into range-Doppler data.

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Understanding Radar Antenna Beams, Half Power Beam Width (HPBW) and First Null Beam Width (FNBW)

Everyone knows what an antenna is when they see one and many people generally understand its purpose. But beyond that the science of wireless communication is often left to IT specialists and engineers. It helps to tell yourself circular graphs aren't really that overwhelming. Here are the basics for a more technical understanding of antenna beams and how they work.

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Windowing Functions in Radar Technology

Windowing (also known as weighting) functions are used to combat spectral leakage from digital signal processing. This article explains how they are applied in radar technology.

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