This paper presents a working implementation of a course in Air Traffic Control (in the Rep. of Macedonia), which is believed to be properly tailored according to the needs of small developing countries that are likely to be users of this technology only. One version was designed for the undergraduate studies in Traffic Engineering at the Technical Faculty (TFB) in Bitola. The other version is designed for the graduate studies in Automation & Systems Engineering at Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE) in Skopje. While it may not be widely suitable for developing countries in general, it is believed these have largely met the objectives for such dedicated courses. Since, in all countries, some knowledge on air traffic control is indispensable in order to meet the internationally approved criteria, requirements and standards for proper world-wide air traffic operations. IEEE Aerosp & Elect Syst Soc; Aerosp Corp; Analog Interfaces; AstroExpo com; Caltech, JPL; Circle Mt Co; Gandalf Associates, LLC; GEB Software Technologies; Missile Defense Agcy; NASA; Panasonic; SpectrumAstro; Superior Solut; TechLink

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Published on 07/03/03
Accepted on 07/03/03
Submitted on 07/03/03

Volume 2003, 2003
DOI: 10.1109/aero.2003.1235571
Licence: CC BY-NC-SA license

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