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IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine
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  • IEEE Aerospace and Electronic Systems Magazine Publication Information

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  • 2024 Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society: Meetings and Conferences

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  • 2024 Aerospace & Electronic Systems Society: Organization and
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  • In This Issue –Technically

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      Abstract: Summary form only: Abstracts of articles presented in this issue of the publication.
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  • IEEE Foundation: Where Technology and Philanthropy Intersect

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  • AESS Senior Members Elevated in 2023

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  • IEEE Access

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  • Call for Papers: IEEE AUTOTESTCON 2024

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  • IEEE AESS Board of Governors Class of 2024-2026

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  • SATLLA2.0: An Open Platform for Picosatellites

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      Authors: Rony Ronen;Boaz Ben-Moshe;
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      Abstract: “Space is hard” is a common expression among researchers and engineers who are trying to design, construct, test, and deploy satellites. This article describes the design, development, and flight testing of a picosatellite for communication experiments and educational initiatives. The presented picosatellite, named SATLLA-2B, weighs 0.35 kg and has recently completed a full operational year and a half in orbit. The picosatellite was fabricated using low-cost and commercially available components. It contains a high-resolution camera, an attitude determination and control system, a payload board with edge-AI capabilities, and a long-range (LoRa)-based communication framework that enables two-way communication when line of sight is available. In addition, communication with the satellite is possible via other LoRa-based ground stations, eliminating the need to maintain a dedicated ground station. Flight test results demonstrated that the picosatellite successfully achieved its primary mission objectives. These included demonstrating LoRa radio frequency technology for ad-hoc ground station communication (both uplink and downlink), relaying messages between two ground stations, and optimizing power management, among other accomplishments. We conjecture that the suggested open source may help a wide range of researchers to enter the world of new space by simplifying the design, contraction, and deployment of picosatellites.
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  • A Review of Automatic Classification of Drones Using Radar: Key
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      Authors: Bashar I. Ahmad;Colin Rogers;Stephen Harman;Holly Dale;Mohammed Jahangir;Michael Antoniou;Chris Baker;Mike Newman;Francesco Fioranelli;
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      Abstract: Automatic target classification or recognition is a critical capability in noncooperative surveillance with radar in several defence and civilian applications. It is a well-established research field and numerous techniques exist for recognizing targets, including miniature unmanned air systems or drones (i.e., small, mini, micro, and nano platforms), from their radar signatures. These algorithms have notably benefited from advances in machine learning (e.g., deep neural networks) and are increasingly able to achieve remarkably high accuracies. Such classification results are often captured by standard, generic, object recognition metrics, and originate from testing on simulated or real radar measurements of drones under high signal to noise ratios. Hence, it is difficult to assess and benchmark the performance of different classifiers under realistic operational conditions. In this article, we first review the key challenges and considerations associated with the automatic classification of miniature drones from radar data. We then present a set of important performance measures, from an end-user perspective. These are relevant to typical drone surveillance system requirements and constraints. Selected examples from real radar observations are shown for illustration. We also outline here various emerging approaches and future directions that can produce more robust drone classifiers for radar.
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  • A Vibration-Proof Wideband GNSS Antenna for Space Applications

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      Authors: Orcun Kiris;
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      Abstract: A vibration resistant Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) antenna is the key element for spacecrafts to uninterruptedly receive the required navigation data for determining the instantaneous position of spacecrafts in space. This article presents a single-feed, right-hand circularly polarized and wideband GNSS antenna whose structural design is strengthened to withstand vibration on space vehicles caused by launch operation. The proposed antenna mainly aims to meet all structural and operational requirements to cover the entire frequency bands of all known navigation satellite constellations (1.164–1.610 GHz). In accordance with this purpose, a right-hand circularly polarized crossed bowtie dipole antenna with a vibration-proof structural support and a protective radome structure is designed, fabricated, and measured. The simulation and measurement results show that the presented antenna covers all GNSS frequency bands with an improved gain performance and its measured functional performance remains consistent exposure to vibration.
      PubDate: FRI, 08 DEC 2023 09:17:27 -04
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