Assessing SSR Relative Data Capacity
Обод, І. І.
Свид, І. В.
Заволодько, Г. Е.
Мальцев, О. С.
Бакуменко, Б. В.
Чумак, В. С.
Secondary Surveillance Radars are widely used in many aspects of users’ information support, such as air object recognition and radio beacon tracking. The study considers a two-channel data transmission system as an SSR model and assesses its relative data capacity subject to intentional (correlated and uncorrelated) and intra-system interference as well as fluctuation (masking effect) noise in the request and response channels. It is shown that the aircraft transponder design built on the principles of a single-channel queuing system with denial of service has a significant impact on Secondary Surveillance Radar relative data capacity and the information security of both the aircraft transponder and the entire Secondary Surveillance Radar.
secondary surveillance radar, air traffic control, air object, aircraft transponder, cooperative surveillance systems, intra-system interference, identification friend or foe, information support
Assessing SSR Relative Data Capacity / I. Obod, I. Svyd, G. Zavolodko, O. Maltsev, B. Bakumenko and V. Chumak // 2021 IEEE 3rd Ukraine Conference on Electrical and Computer Engineering (UKRCON), 2021, pp. 142-146.