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The guardREC® solution complies with the EUROCAE ED to assist the The Functional specifications for CNS/ATM Recording (ED) is a set of. Std EUROCAE ED Functional specifications for CNS/ATM Recording – Including Amendment N°1. Context. Related Elements. Std EUROCAE ED EUROCAE and RTCA documents should be listed in an EUROCAE ED Safety and Performance Standard for Baseline 2 ATS Data. Communications (Baseline 2 Page
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These systems may be mounted onboard the airplane, or be groundbased. This document was prepared in response to requests from FAA and JAA for technical advice for establishing the zoning for lightning protection design and certification for airframes, system and equipment.
This document provides a framework in which e-111 development and certification processes of an ACR can be implemented.
Mapping of all ASS related international activities in order to identify and avoid gaps and overlaps in the resulting standardisation and regulation. Abbreviations and Terminology for Unmanned Aircraft Systems. The guidance contained in these FAA and EASA references are only intended for operational approval, they do not cover methods acceptable for aircraft certification. This document provides minimum interoperability, performance and safety requirements for the ATIS service based on data communications.
This chapter introduces the ATOL concept, illustrates the organization of the information to describe the concept and lists the inputs used as reference baseline. In addition to specifying performance, information is given on testing techniques and on installation. This includes validation of requirements and verification of the design implementation for certification and product assurance.
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Supervision Issued in January No longer maintained Issued in December Issued in August The definitions represent the meanings understood and shared by the Aeronautical Information System Security Community and each Term in the Glossary definitions has a cross reference to the information source. Issued on March Data link communications are expected to be used for communication functions in which the use of voice communication is considered inefficient or unnecessary, thereby reducing voice-channel use and, where resulting controller workload reduction allows increases in sector size, reduction in the number of required voice channels.
The requirements specified in this document are necessary to provide adequate assurance that the aircraft systems and other systems, when operating together, will perform their intended function — EFVS Takeoff — in an acceptably safe manner for the operations defined in the OSED.
Issued in October Such a development in aviation operations must be supported by the demonstration that RPAS meet the current safety requirement and do not decrease the current safety levels. This document is intended to capture minimum interoperability, performance and safety requirements for a service based on data-link communications used for Departure Clearance.
It is also intended to cover equipment suitable for use in an 8. This document specifies the minimum performance requirements of in-flight trolleys, containers and associated equipment such as drawers, trays and waste bin liners intended for installation in galleys and other areas of transport category aeroplanes.
An Avionics Computer Resource is a general purpose computer platform which provides a hardware capability, together with core software and signal conditioning, which can implement a number of different avionics functions and can interface with a variety of avionics systems.
Volume 3 European Legacy Telephone Interworking. This supplement identifies the additions, modifications and substitutions to EDC and EDA objectives when formal methods are used as part of a software life cycle, and the additional guidance required. These characteristics should be useful as guidance material to regulatory authorities, designers, installers, manufacturers, service providers and users of systems intended for operation.
It provides comprehensive guidance material for use by service providers, manufacturers, operators and approval authorities. Any regulatory application of this document is the sole responsibility of appropriate governmental agencies.
It specifies system and equipment characteristics that should be used by designers, installers, manufacturers, service providers and users of systems intended for operational use at aerodromes. Aircraft equipped with ACAS X have the ability to interrogate airborne transponders and receive ADS-B Messages to determine the location of other aircraft in the vicinity and assess the risk of collision.
The document has to: These standards specify system characteristics that should be useful to designers, manufacturers, installers and users of the equipment.
Airport CDM also addresses the need for operational decisions to be made collaboratively thus providing a substantial contribution to maximising capacity and efficiency. This document provides guidance to be used by aircraft manufacturers and suppliers of electronic hardware items used in aircraft systems. It aims to assist aeronautical data chain participants and regulatory authorities in meeting their responsibilities.
This document provides general information on aicraft surface p-static charging mechanisms and the impact p-static has on aircraft systems.
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TCAS II is intended to improve air safety by acting as euroocae last-resort method of preventing mid-air collisions or near collisions between aircraft. This supplement does not alter any existing requirements and does not affect the compliance of any equipment designed to meet the original published document.
ED provides guidance for the following stages of the product life cycle: Radio Issued in April The information contained in this document has been compiled by industry for the purpose of stating surface mapping information requirements for users such as those described above. Equivalence between this form of the CAS logic and the state charts has been demonstrated by testing implementations based eugocae each specification against the CAS test suite.
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The document complements EDA [ED-1] by proposing a common collaboration model that aims to support ATM Validation Platform stakeholders to reach their goal of working together in a collaborative way.
This document presents a compatibility study between a Line-of-Sight also referred ejrocae as Terrestrial and Beyond-Line-of-Sight also referred to as Satellite system operating in the MHz frequency band.
In the following text the channel spacing for 8. No longer edd-111 Issued in April Unmanned aircraft1 are not different from their manned counterparts, whilst operating. No longer maintained Issued in May It provides practices for showing compliance with the regulations and serves to assist a company in developing and meeting its own internal standards by considering the guidelines herein. This report is intended to provide guidance to applicants who seek to apply this Policy Statement to their type design programs and to establish criteria to encourage a consistent approach be applied across edd-111.
Part 1 defining the minimum operational performance standards specifications for the VDL Mode 4 Aircraft Transceiver supporting core functionality. This document provides minimum operational performance specifications for the airborne portion of the microwave landing system.
This document describes the overarching context of the shared responsibility for Aeronautical Information Systems Security AISS through the identification and description of topics, which have to be addressed. The document is presented in 2 parts. D-Taxi and other applications e. This standard provides a consistent means to evaluate electrically heated Pitot and Pitot-static probes for in-flight ice and rain conditions that may be experienced in service.
This is a source of concern in the light of the need for consistency, standardisation and interoperability, especially in a critical domain like Command, Control and ATC Communications C3.