advanced-menu-icon

SkyRadar Blog

Interference Errors Due To Airborne Collision Avoidance Systems 

Airborne Collision Avoidance System (ACAS) error refers to a failure or malfunction in the system designed to prevent aircraft collisions in the airspace.

Read the blog

Gartner's 2023 Technology Trends and their Impact on Air Traffic Control

This article will discuss 2023 technology trends and their possible impact on Air Traffic Control as the European Airspace evolves.

Read the blog

A Radar Reference Architecture for ATSEP Qualification

SkyRadar’s Radar reference architecture is a framework that describes the different components that make up a radar system, and how they interact with each other.

It is the basic configuration to provide use cases in system monitoring and control training.

Read the blog

Impact Of Interoperability Errors on ATC System And How To Resolve Interoperability Issues

Interoperability refers to the ability of different systems or components to work together seamlessly.

Read the blog

Understanding Communication Errors

In software-based systems, invalid input can create hindrances in the identification process resulting in the generation of an error message.

Read the blog

Understanding Target Formation and Fixing Track Errors

Sometimes a single plot or a track gets split into two targets appearing at different positions. This split of targets is termed double targeting. This article explains the reasons and suggests countermeasures.

Read the blog

SkySMC - Radar to Radar Interference and Associated Errors

The source of radar interference can be natural as well as artificial. Whether it is an increased unintentional interference due to wireless communications or intentional interference it reduces the effectiveness of radar operations.

Read the blog

Software-Related Functional Errors In Air Traffic Control

Software-related functional errors can impact the safety of air traffic control services. The complexity of functional errors is related to the uncertainty attached to their appearance.

Read the blog

Range Gate Pull-Off - the Dirty Trick of Range Deception Jamming (Video)

This video describes how deception jammers lock on radars and then drag them away from the real target.

Read the blog