aircraft identification


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aircraft identification

A group of letters, figures or a combination thereof which is either identical to, or the coded equivalent of, the aircraft call sign to be used in air to ground communications, and which is used to identify the aircraft in ground to ground air traffic services communications (ICAO).
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Vector Airport Solutions is the leading provider of automated wireless aircraft identification systems in the U.
This functionality includes an eight-character aircraft identification parameter, or Flight ID, corresponding to that used in radio voice communications with air traffic services.
Indra's secondary radars are equipped with mode-S, the most advanced aircraft identification technology, and they have been installed in the provinces of ManabE[degrees], Pichincha, Pastaza, Azuay and San CristEbal Island in the Galapagos.
ASDE-X is an integrated airport surface management system designed to provide seamless coverage and aircraft identification (tags) to air traffic controllers.
Correlation consist in relation to information about the route and type of operation of the aircraft identification data - flight schedule.
FXE has been a longtime user of PASSUR data feeds and software for its noise monitoring program, as well as for aircraft identification.
At the onset of an incident, the Beacon Airfoil Unit (BAU) separates from the aircraft and immediately transmits a distress signal, which includes the aircraft identification number, to the International COSPAS-SARSAT network.
Sensis has a long history of successful FAA programs and is currently deploying the FAA's Airport Surface Detection Equipment, Model X (ASDE-X) runway safety program to 35 airports, 19 of which are operational in the NAS and are now providing seamless coverage and aircraft identification to air traffic controllers.
Focusing specifically on these naval vessels, Telephonics' equipment will enhance the performance of, and modernize, the on board surveillance radar systems by providing improved aircraft identification and radar data processing hardware and software.
The first time a pilot uses the Pilot My-Cast service, they are asked to input all required data for the FAA flight plan such as the pilot's name, address, aircraft identification, aircraft type, departure point, cruising altitude, route of flight, fuel on board and estimated time enroute.
Surface Surveillance System Provides Seamless Surveillance and Aircraft Identification at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
A PASSUR system receives aircraft identification and altitude information from aircraft transponder transmissions which are interrogated by existing secondary surveillance radar without emitting signals.

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