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Multiple faults integrity algorithm for mode S Multilateration Systems

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3 Author(s)
Leonardi, M. ; Disp & CIVV, Tor Vergata Univ., Rome ; Galati, G. ; Gasbarra, M.

Target position integrity is very important when this information is used for surveillance and safety purposes as in a multilateration system (MLAT). In this paper some of the classical satellite navigation algorithms are modified to be applied to the MLAT environmental and one of the big limitations of these algorithms i.e. the single fault hypothesis is removed. Simulated tests in a real scenario are also shown.

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Digital Communications - Enhanced Surveillance of Aircraft and Vehicles, 2008. TIWDC/ESAV 2008. Tyrrhenian International Workshop on

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3-5 Sept. 2008