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The minimum performance requirements specified herein are designed to ensure that aircraft equipment certificated to them will be compatible with the relevant ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices. This document deals with the result of this work and the associated recommendations. This document provides recommendations for the production of software for airborne systems and equipment that performs its intended function with a level of confidence in safety that complies with airworthiness requirements.
Compliance with the objectives of EDC is the primary means of obtaining approval of software used in civil aviation products. Issued in May EDG provides standard procedures and environmental test criteria for testing airborne equipment for the entire spectrum of aircraft from light general aviation aircraft and helicopters through the “jumbo jets” and SST categories of aircraft.
The document includes 26 Sections and three Appendices. Examples of tests covered include vibration, power input, radio frequency susceptibility, lightning and electrostatic discharge. EDG is complemented by ED 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.
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. Issued in June This document contains a minimum operational performance specification for airborne VHF communications equipment receiver and transmitter intended to be used for airground communication.
It is also intended to cover equipment suitable for use in an 8. In the following text the channel spacing for 8. This minimum operational performance specification defines the minimum performance expected of an aircraft VHF receiver-transmitter equipment; the performance of a specific equipment may be enhanced or superior to this specification depending on the intended application and configuration.
Issued in October This document provides minimum operational performance specifications for the airborne portion of the microwave landing system.
Should the MLS functions be incorporated into multi-function equipment with other facilities, the requirements of this specification must be met whilst operating as an MLS receiver. This document contains minimum operational performance specifications for Emergency Locator Transmitters, ELTto ensure that they will: This document supersedes EDC published in It provides standards for Mode S airborne equipment Mode S.
Incorporated within these standards are system characteristics that will be useful to users of the system as well as designers, manufacturers and installers. The document considers an equipment configuration consisting of: Level 1 through Level 5 transponders are addressed, test procedures are provided as well as information for optional features. The document is a coordinated effort with RTCA.
It was intended to be an evolutionary means of achieving improvements in the global air navigation system. This standard provides recommended minimum requirements for the processing of aeronautical data. It aims to assist aeronautical data chain participants and regulatory authorities in meeting their responsibilities. It is intended to be used by organizations seeking approval of the method s they use to process or manipulate data. Issued in April This document provides to the aviation community a collection of disciplines necessary to assure that the aeronautical information used by the community meets the standards of quality and integrity appropriate for a safe flight.
Issued in December It provides comprehensive guidance material for use by service providers, manufacturers, operators and approval authorities. This document discusses the development of aircraft systems taking into account the overall aircraft operating environment and functions. This includes validation of requirements and verification of the design implementation for certification and product assurance.
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 document provides guidance to be used by aircraft manufacturers and suppliers of electronic hardware items used in aircraft systems. Issued in July This ED is one of the set of three documents covering the whole spectrum of aircraft interaction with lightning. 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 allocates these requirements to the airborne, communication and ATS domains and describes acceptable means of demonstrating compliance. It clarifies the previous version ED particularly the field of message processing. 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. Functional requirements are used wherever possible to allow flexibility in the design of sub-system equipment.
Issued in August The PED ARC Aviation Rulemaking Committee established in made recommendations to clarify and provide guidance on allowing PEDs usage from gate to gate without compromising the continued safe operation of the aircraft. 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 document discusses in greater detail the test procedures and highlights problem areas that could lead to test errors.
The purpose and scope of this User Guide is to provide additional information and clarification on the test procedures for section 20 and 21 of ED 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.
Issued in November Issued in January This document addresses the questions of both the industry and regulatory authorities.
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It explicitly covers the exchange of real time Flight Information and Aeronautical information, and makes a number of assumptions about the provision of other types of information for example, consistent meteo and aircraft performance information.
Telephone – Volume 3: European Legacy Telephone Interworking – Volume 4: Recording – Volume 5: Issued in February Issued in March This minimum operational performance specification is for aircraft Air Data Modules Ejrocae that measure static or total pressure. It is designed to ensure that compliant equipment for static pressure measurement will meet the eurcoae standard required to support Reduced Vertical Separation Minima RVSM operation throughout the operational life of the eueocae.
The concept of Airport CDM does not imply any particular system or architecture. Rather, it ex-111 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. Airport CDM also addresses the need for operational decisions to be made collaboratively thus providing a substantial contribution to maximising capacity and efficiency.
Airport Collaborative Decision Making is about improving the way operational Partners at airports and the European ATM network work together at an operational level. Issued in September This Technical Specification document specifies the minimum performance requirements for a Wide Area Multilateration 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.
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. It is incorporated by reference into the requirements specification in Volume I. Attachment A to Volume II: Equivalence between this form of the CAS logic and the state charts has been demonstrated by testing implementations based on each specification against the CAS test suite. However, Attachment A is provided for informational purposes only, and is not formally incorporated into Volume 1 as an alternative statement of requirements.
This document provides guidance for data gathering by data originators, for data processing by data providers, for implementation by application integrators, and for end use by the aviation community e. 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. The erocae presented are not all-inclusive, but represent those of more immediate concern.
Airworthiness authorities, civil aviation ed–111, 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. In addition, this document provides guidance material on structure of AMDBs. fd-111
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Based on the availability of standardized current AMDBs, a variety of applications can be envisioned. Several are described in this document. 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. The Corrigendum is also incorporated throughout the document.
Compliance with these standards by manufacturers, installers and users is recommended as one means of assuring that the equipment will satisfactorily perform its intended functions under conditions encountered in routine aeronautical operations.
This document is a supplement to EDA. It contains corrections to typographical errors, corrections to test procedures and notes added to clarify existing text.
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These changes represent feedback from industry use of the published version of DOB. This supplement does not alter any existing requirements and does not affect the compliance of any equipment designed to meet the original published document. This document provides general information on aicraft surface p-static charging mechanisms and the impact p-static has on aircraft systems. It addresses elements of effective aircraft p-static control design. Finally, it definies methods for verifying acceptable aircraft p-static control.
This document applies to software that forms part of an ANS system. This document defines the minimum specification to be met for aircraft required to carry lightweight flight recording systems which may record aircraft data, cockpit audio, airborne images or data-link messages in a robust recording medium primarily for the purposes of the investigation of an occurrence accident or incident. It is applicable to robust on-board recording systems, ancillary equipment and their installation in aircraft.
This document can also be used to give guidance to manufacturers intending to develop or install lightweight flight recording systems which maybe used for or other purposes such as flight training, flight data monitoring. The requirements contained in this document provide assurance that a VDL Mode 4 system will perform the intended function in an acceptably safe manner for the operations defined in the OSEDs for the various applications.
The minimum operational performance of onboard inflight icing detection systems is specified. These systems indicate either the presence of ice accreted in flight on monitored surfaces or the presence of icing conditions in the atmosphere.
In addition to specifying performance, information is given on testing techniques and on installation.