FLOAT in Physics in Canada

I spent much of my master’s degree at the Royal Military College of Canada working on ADS-B, a new system of air traffic surveillance. In particular, I was looking at how to detect aircraft transponder signals from orbit, what kind of satellite system would be needed to do that, and how to integrate that information into the air traffic management system. I’ve published on it before, but now my professor at RMC, Ron Vincent, has an article in Physics in Canada, which describes that work, particularly as an example of an effective student project that had real science and technology results. You can read it here.

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