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Spectrum sensing for cognitive wireless applications inside aircraft cabins

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9 Author(s)
Christoph Heller ; EADS Innovation Works, Munich, Germany ; Christian Blümm ; Stefan Bouckaert ; Wei Liu
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Wireless intra-aircraft communication is expected to be the enabler for more flexible avionic systems and the reduction of weight and cost in system installations. An alternative to the usage of a dedicated frequency band for wireless intra-aircraft avionics could be the usage of a virtually unregulated ISM band. Cognitive radio techniques could be used to increase system robustness in the likely case of interferences in this kind of frequency bands. A cognitive wireless cabin management system is discussed as a use-case for the validation of this approach. Using the mobile cognitive radio testbed of the FP7 project CREW, spectrum sensing experiments are carried out in a realistic aircraft cabin environment as a baseline for the development of suitable cognitive protocols and to record interference scenarios for the further system design.

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2012 IEEE/AIAA 31st Digital Avionics Systems Conference (DASC)

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14-18 Oct. 2012