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SHYAM SUNDER REDDY 08W81A0542

INTRODUCTION AIRBORNE ORIGIN SATELLITE

INTERNET

INTERNET OPERATES WORKING OF AIRBORNE INTERNET NET TAKES FLIGHT ADVANTAGES CONCLUSION REFERENCES

These days every internet users use the word BROAD BAND is user to upload and download more data like audio ,video ,photos ,etc  Many internet users are switching to cable modems and digital subsciber lines to increase their band width.  There is a new type of service being developed that will take broad band into the air which is called AIRBORNE INTERNET.  The airborne internet will function much like satellite based internet access without any time delay


Airborne internet is a private , secure & reliable peer to peer aircraft communication network that uses same technologies as common internet.  Aircraft used as Hub. The aircraft will provide internet range connection to places & establishes with its range which passes information across communication links  It is useful in providing information about weather, surrounding airspace environment and for aircraft to aircraft communication.


Airborne networks began as a tech center in a support of the NASAs SATS..  Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS) project proposed in 1999.  Program planners identified the need to establish a robust communications channel between aircraft and the ground network.  But the utility of Airborne Internet has the potential to extend beyond the SATS program.....It is now opening up a whole new set of operating capabilities, safety and efficiency for tomorrows aviation..


Satellite internet replaces the dail up connection for telephone connections ,cable ,t.v connections.  Satellite internet does not uses telephone lines or cables systems. but instead uses a satellite digitals for uplaod and download.  Two way satellite consist of 1.two modems 2.co-axial cables between dish and modem


At least three companies are planning to provide highspeed wireless Internet connection by placing aircraft in fixed patterns over hundreds of cities.  Angel Technologies is planning an airborne Internet network, called High Altitude Long Operation (HALO), which would use lightweight planes to circle overhead and provide data delivery faster than a T1 line for businesses. Consumers would get a connection comparable to DSL  AeroVironment has teamed up with NASA on a solarpowered, unmanned plane that would work like the HALO network  Sky Station International is planning a similar venture using blimps instead of planes.


The computer most people use comes with a standard 56K modem, which means that in an ideal situation your computer would downstream at a rate of 56 kilobits per second (Kbps)  . Land-based lines are limited physically in how much data they can deliver because of the diameter of the cable or phone line. In an airborne Internet, there is no such physical limitation, enabling a broader capacity.


but it will take less time for the airborne Internet to relay data because it is not as high up.  The airborne-Internet aircraft will circle overhead at an altitude of 52,000 to 69,000 feet (15,849 to 21,031 meters).  These airborne networks will overcome the last-mile barrier likes physical proximity,  airborne Internet won't be completely wireless. There will be ground-based components to any type of airborne Internet network. The consumers will have to install an antenna on their home or business in order to receive signals from the network hub overhead


The Proteusplane will carry the network hub for the HALO Network

Proteus Aircraft

Weight

9,000 pounds at takeoff 5,900 pounds empty

Wingspan

77 ft 7 inches (23.7 m) Expandable to 92 feet (28 m)

Length Height Engines Range

56.3 ft (17.2 m) 17.6 ft (5.4 m) 2 turbofan engines 2,300 pounds of thrust 18 hours

Speed

65 knots (75 mph/120.7 kph) to 250 knots (288 mph/463.5 kph)

NASA is also playing a role in a potential airborne Internet system being developed by AeroVironment. NASA and AeroVironment are working on a solar-powered, lightweight plane that could fly over a city for six months or more, at 60,000 feet, without landing. AeroVironment plans to use these unmanned planes as the carrier to provide broadband Internet access

Helios aircraft will be equipped with telecommunications equipment and stay airborne for six months straight.
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costs.  Reduce risks.  Increase productivity & economic growth  Increases flexiblity  Real time

Thus the technology has a mid range of utilities in the flied of aviation services like aircraft monitoring, air traffic management, weather report etc.  It also provides an opportunity for the passengers to access the internet at very high altitudes i.e aeroplanes & its other conventional service


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www.google.com/airborneinternet www.airborneinternet.org www.nasa.com/airborneinternet. Spacecom.tc.faa.gov http://Sats.nasa.gov.