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The Effects of ATCRBS P sub 2 Pulses on DABS Reliability.
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH LEXINGTON LINCOLN LAB
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An analytical study was performed to determine the effects of ATCRBS P sub 2 pulses as interference to DABS uplink transmissions. These effects constitute a major component of all uplink error-producing mechanisms that are anticipated to occur in DABS operation. The study is formulated in a way that includes effects of both receiver noise P sub 2 pulse interference, where the interference can be received from any of a number of different transmitters at different distances from the receiving aircraft. The model includes the randomness associated with whether or not a particular DABS signal is overlapped by any interference pulse, and also the conditional randomness of error production given that an overlap does occur. In fact, a major portion of the study is the determination of the conditional error probability given the occurrence of an overlap with stated signal-to-interference ratio and stated signal-to-noise ratio. Modified author abstract
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