Airfield multilateration surveillance system “TETRA”
- High accuracy and data refresh rate;
- No additional requirements to aircraft on-board equipment;
- Generation of surveillance zone independently from terrain and infrastructure;
- No cones of silence;
- Remote diagnostics and adjustment;
- Small overall dimensions and weight;
- High reliability;
- Low cost in comparison to radars;
- Low electric power consumption;
- Low operational and servicing expenses.
Airfield Multilateration Surveillance System (AMLSS) is intended for detection, surveillance and identification of aircraft during flights in terminal area, during take-off and landing, during taxing and parking,as well as for detection, identification and surveillance of transport aids and ground objects equipped with transponders and located within airfield movement area.
AMLSS “TETRA” is an element of ground-based infrastructure of airdrome air-navigational system, which maintains interaction with A-ASMGCS CAF “VEGA”.
AMLSS “TETRA” ensures the following:
radar detection and tracking for aircraft and transport aids equipped with respective transponders and located within airfield movement area, as well as for aircraft located within air approach zone on each heading at a distance of up to 10km from runway thresholds; identification of all objects equipped with respective transponders and located within coverage zone of mutilateration system; representation of data in A-SMGCS CAF “VEGA”.
Design of AMLSS “TETRA”
- Receiving, transmitting stations and ground-based transmitter-responder;
- SW-HW complex for data processing;
- Power supply unit;
- Switching unit;
- Storage batteries unit;
- Remote control terminal;
- Set of antennas.