Browsing International Telemetering Conference Proceedings, Volume 53 (2017) by Authors
EFFECTS OF AERONAUTICAL CHANNEL DYNAMICS ON THE PERFORMANCE OF LINK DEPENDENT ADAPTIVE RADIO (LDAR)Alam, Tasmeer; Morgan State University, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department (International Foundation for Telemetering, 2017-10)This paper includes aeronautical channel dynamics in the flight simulations of the Link Dependent Adaptive Radio (LDAR) for realistic measurement of the throughput gain with the adaption of the modulation and coding parameters for aeronautical telemetry. Previously, the LDAR flight simulator used a fixed channel for different phases of the flight. This paper shows the performance of LDAR using a dynamic channel created by the customized two ray channel model considering delay spread, Doppler and other channel dynamics. The merger of such dynamic channel simulator with the LDAR flight simulator could help the telemetering community by providing reliable simulation results before test flights.
LINK DEPENDENT ADAPTIVE RADIO – DESIGN FOR iNETMoazzami, Farzad; Dean, Richard; Alam, Tasmeer; Morgan State University, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department (International Foundation for Telemetering, 2017-10)This paper focuses on the design of a simple Time Division Multiple Access (TDMA) signaling structure for the Link Dependent Adaptive Radio (LDAR) prototype wireless radio communication system to meet the timing requirements of the iNET standard. Built for aeronautical telemetry, LDAR adapts its modulation and coding scheme based on the channel condition in real time. In this paper, a simple protocol for transmission of Command Message and Data Message between Ground Station and Test Article is discussed. This protocol includes all analysis for the continuous adaptation of modulation scheme and coding rate to maximize throughput while ensuring a minimum level of link quality. This project was a collaborative effort between Morgan State University and Georgia Tech Research Institute and is a continuation of our previously published work on LDAR.