The Impact of Space-Based AIS Antenna Orientation on In-Orbit AIS Detection Performance
AbstractIn this paper, a study on the impact of changing the space-based Automatic Identification System (AIS) monopole antenna orientation on its message reception performance in orbit has been conducted. The study has been carried out by maneuvering the attitude of LAPAN-A2, an equatorial orbiting microsatellite with AIS antenna fixedly mounted on the satellite’s body, into the desired orientation. Based on the analysis of the datasets collected during the maneuver, the orientation of AIS monopole antenna 45° toward its flight direction increases the overall detection performance of the AIS message, including class A ship to 208.80% and also class B ships to 175.93%. This orientation also increases the detection of AIS messages in ocean areas having low detection probability due to AIS signal collision. The result of this research could become a reference in order to specify AIS antenna position and orientation in a small satellite carrying a space-based AIS system for maritime surveillance & monitoring purposes. View Full-Text
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Hasbi, W.; Kamirul; Mukhayadi, M.; Renner, U. The Impact of Space-Based AIS Antenna Orientation on In-Orbit AIS Detection Performance. Appl. Sci. 2019, 9, 3319.
Hasbi W, Kamirul, Mukhayadi M, Renner U. The Impact of Space-Based AIS Antenna Orientation on In-Orbit AIS Detection Performance. Applied Sciences. 2019; 9(16):3319.Chicago/Turabian Style
Hasbi, Wahyudi; Kamirul; Mukhayadi, Mohammad; Renner, Udo. 2019. "The Impact of Space-Based AIS Antenna Orientation on In-Orbit AIS Detection Performance." Appl. Sci. 9, no. 16: 3319.
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