MLAT

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MLATMutual Legal Assistance Treaty (a law-enforcement treaty)
MLATMultilateration
MLATModern Language Aptitude Test
MLATMutual Legal Assistance Agreement (international agreement)
MLATMedieval Latin (linguistics)
MLATModified Linear Approximation Technique
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The proposed net of four ADS-B stations will work as part of the certified mature multi-sensor surveillance system with the prospect of extension to a Wide Area Multilateration system.
Iterative multilateration is illustrated in Figure 2, where two unknown nodes m and n are surrounded by four beacon nodes, a, b, c, and d.
It was introduced alongside the company's surface multilateration system to provide precise aircraft location and identification information directly to the Aerobahn system.
Saab's multilateration sensor is a rugged, reliable solution that meets the performance requirements for this difficult operating area," said Anders Carp, head of Traffic Management, Saab.
The multilateration is a mathematical apparatus based on the distance from known reference nodes to the position of unknown node (Fig.
The multilateration technique is a procedure which can be used to improve the mechanism accuracy.
With proven multilateration and ADS-B technologies delivering high-performance, high-reliability surveillance solutions, the company has over 100 airport, air traffic management and military customers throughout the U.S., Europe, the Middle East, Africa, South America and Asia.
Aviation technology company Saab Sensis Corporation on Monday announced it's multilateration system for surveillance has been selected by Air Navigation Service provider for Canada, NAV CANADA, for Calgary International Airport.
The traffic information from Co-operative targets can be acquired in a variety of ways, but today the most common is the usage of a Multilateration technique employing an airborne Mode-S transponder.
Fujairah International Airport announced the selection of ALES for the supply of Air Traffic Control System and ERA for the Wide Area Multilateration radar.
In mountainous areas, a system of ground sensors called Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) will provide coverage for the nooks and crannies that the ADS-B sensors can't see.
Summary: The General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) of Saudi Arabia has selected Sensis Corporation for deployment of Advanced - Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS) and Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) systems for King Abdulaziz International Airport (Jeddah) and King Fahad International Airport (Dammam).
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