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This ED is one of the set of three documents covering the whole spectrum of aircraft interaction with lightning. This Technical Specification document specifies the minimum performance requirements for a Wide Area Eurocea WAM System that is part of a system providing airspace situational awareness to air traffic controllers and other users within the European Air Navigation Region.
The document is a coordinated effort with RTCA. Issued in April The task assignment included the consideration of the overall system audio response characteristics affecting the intelligibility of air-ground speech communication, and the review and evaluation, to the extent feasible, of all design mesures giving promise of improvement.
This chapter eudocae the ATOL concept, illustrates the organization of the information to describe eurocaae concept and lists the ee-111 used as reference baseline.
It provides standards for Mode S airborne equipment Mode S. This standard provides recommended minimum requirements for the processing of aeronautical data. The five volumes of this report, together with a terminology supplement, present concepts for the airworthiness certification, operational approval, radio spectrum provision, and security management of unmanned aircraft systems.
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The following parts provide an overview about the deliverables WG has produced as individual reports, and how they can be used for standardisation of future services. Change 1 to EDB. The purpose of this document is to identify the unique safety criteria for the integration of fuel cell systems into aircraft. 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 purpose of this document is to specify minimum performance requirements suitable for airborne VOR receiving equipment and to ensure that aircraft equipment certificated to those requirements will be compatible with the relevant ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices. Abbreviations and Terminology for Unmanned Aircraft Systems.
This document specifies system and equipment characteristics that should be useful to designers, installers, manufacturers, service providers and users of systems intended for operational use at aerodromes. It increases efficiency and safety.
ED-111 – Functional specifications for CNS/ATM Recording (including Amendment N°1 – 30 July 2003)
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. Mapping of all ASS related international activities in order to identify and avoid gaps durocae overlaps in the resulting standardisation and regulation.
It contains corrections to typographical errors, corrections to test procedures and notes added to clarify existing text. This document is a resource for Airworthiness Authorities AA and the aviation industry for certification when the development or modification of aircraft systems and the effects of intentional unauthorized electronic interaction can affect aircraft safety.
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Telephone – Volume 3: 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.
Rather, it is an approach to using aeronautical data, based on sharing data between all Partners, ensuring a common view of the ATM and airport environment on all levels. These systems indicate either the presence of ice accreted in flight on monitored surfaces or the presence of icing conditions in the atmosphere.
ED – Volume I: Airport CDM also addresses the need for operational decisions to be made collaboratively thus providing a substantial contribution to maximising capacity and efficiency. Radio Issued in April This document has been written under the assumption that if all users are using consistent aerodrome mapping data, operations can be improved, and new capabilities can be realized.
This document describes the simulations conducted, the results obtained and concludes on the acceptability of the MASPS requirements. 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 document defines the minimum specification to be met for criteria which can be used to detect an in-flight aircraft distress event and to trigger the transmission of sufficient information for the purpose of locating an accident site.
The overall Concept report comprises five volumes and one supplement: This documents complements EDA. The guidance contained in these FAA and EASA references are only intended for operational approval, they do not cover methods acceptable for aircraft certification.
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Level 1 through Level 5 transponders are addressed, test procedures are provided as well as information for optional features. Issued on March This document is intended to capture minimum interoperability, performance and safety requirements for a service based on data-link communications used for Oceanic Clearance.
It is also intended to cover equipment suitable for use in an 8. Issued on July Existing safety processes have not had to consider intentional disruption.
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It allocates these requirements to the airborne, communication and ATS domains and er-111 acceptable means of demonstrating compliance. Airworthiness authorities, civil aviation authorities, and the aviation industry urge aerodrome mapping database AMDB originators and integrators to use this document when providing those data to system designers and users.
TCAS II is intended to improve air safety by acting as a last-resort method of preventing mid-air collisions or near collisions between aircraft. This minimum operational performance specification is for aircraft Air Data Modules ADM that measure static or total pressure. Those service instances would be on a very high level of interoperability as they follow common requirements on the logical and technical levels. The algorithms are described at a sufficiently high level to allow ev-111 implementation in a variety of software languages and hardware platforms, thereby providing maximum freedom to manufacturers while ensuring the intended output from the system.
It is designed to ensure that compliant equipment for altimetry function will meet the performance standard required to support Reduced Vertical Separation Minima RVSM operation throughout the operational life of the system.
This document provides a framework in which the development and certification processes of an ACR eruocae be implemented. The document is based on a notional architecture and is not intended for implementation and operational use until validation activities are completed. This document addresses UAS applications with no people onboard.
It aims to assist aeronautical data chain participants and regulatory authorities in meeting their responsibilities.