Definition • Proposed network in which all nodes would be located in aircraft. • Used in the following: • Aviation communication • Navigation • Surveillance • Time of war
Two reasons for Airborne Internet Development • 1.Small Aircrafts Transportation System • To speed up air travel • Traffic control on management of small airplanes • 2.Need for a higher bandwidth • Used to allow greater amount of data to flow to and from the computer.
Features Seamless ubiquitous multimedia services.• Adaptation to end user environments.• Rapidly deployable to sites of opportunity.• Bandwidth on demand provides efficient use of available spectrum.• It helps to achieve a broader bandwidth.
Advantages Without time delay They don’t have to be launched on space overcome the last-mile barriers facing conventional Internet access options High-speed digital network Equipment upgrades while technology advanced
Principle of Airborne Internet To establish a robust, reliable, and available digital data channel to aircraft. Establish digital data channel connection to the aircraft. It has been developed and has matured to the point that it is applied to aviation.
Applications track aircraft for the air traffic control system allow information to be sent from aircraft to aircraft without having to go through ground facilities Provide XML services capability to aircraft.