THE PERFORMANCE TEST OF AN INITIAL iNET-LIKE RF NETWORK USING A HELICOPTER
AffiliationKawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd.
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AbstractThrough the use of early iNET-prototype IP Transceiver technology, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Ltd. (KHI) has been able to communicate with a flight test vehicle. This technology provides a two-way high-capacity communication that has not been achieved with conventional telemetry. KHI has been authorized to use S-band IP Transceivers since 2014 in Japan. Then various communication tests have been performed. Last year we presented the result of the performance test of initial iNET-like RF network using a tethered aerostat at ITC. As the next phase, we have a plan of the test using a helicopter. The test is going to be conducted in September. We will present the results at ITC. This paper describes plans of the test which includes improved data backfill techniques.
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