DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR AN INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION, NAVIGATION, IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM

Ralph L. Asher

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Abstract: It is inevitable that an integrated communication, navigation, identification (ICNI) system will be eventually implemented as a part of our airways system. The rapid growth of air traffic forecast for the balance of the century and the great strides being achieved in technology make it appropriate to comence development of such a system at this time. The design of such a system must be constrained by a number of technical and economic factors. Among these are an economically feasible implementation plan, a selection of spectrum, a high degree of operational flexibility and a broad capability of functional performance.
Published in: NAVIGATION, Journal of the Institute of Navigation, Volume 18, Number 4
Pages: 425 - 432
Cite this article: Asher, Ralph L., "DESIGN CONSIDERATIONS FOR AN INTEGRATED COMMUNICATION, NAVIGATION, IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM", NAVIGATION, Journal of The Institute of Navigation, Vol. 18, No. 4, Winter 1971-1972, pp. 425-432.
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