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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Any regulatory application of this document is the sole responsibility of appropriate governmental authorities. Those service instances would be on a very ec-111 level of interoperability as they follow common requirements on the logical and technical levels.
This document provides a specification for the minimum performance requirements of a system to provide the flight crew with a view of the area outside the flight deck door.
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Attachment A to Volume II: It allocates these requirements to the airborne, communication and ATS domains and describes acceptable means of demonstrating compliance. Issued in August No longer maintained Issued in May ED consists of two Volumes plus supplementary material: Power source specifications, d. This minimum operational performance specification is for aircraft Air Data Modules ADM that eurrocae static or total pressure.
It is intended to be used by organizations seeking approval of the method s they use to process or manipulate data. No longer maintained Issued in December It increases efficiency and safety.
It provides standards for Mode S airborne equipment Mode S. D-Taxi and other applications e. Level 1 through Level 5 transponders are addressed, test procedures are provided as well as information for optional features. The requirements presented are not all-inclusive, but represent those of more immediate concern.
ED-111 – Functional specifications for CNS/ATM Recording (including Amendment N°1 – 30 July 2003)
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.
Compliance with these standards is recommended as one means of assuring that the equipment will perform its intended function s satisfactorily under all conditions normally encountered in routine aeronautical operation. 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.
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. Issued in February These changes represent feedback from industry use ed1-11 the published version of DOB.
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This document discusses in greater detail the test procedures and highlights problem areas that could lead to test errors. It addresses elements of effective aircraft p-static control design.
Change wd-111 to ED Issued on March Radio Issued in April This document relates to the overall design, construction, operation and safety of fuel cell installations for aircraft including the integration of the fuel systems and other fuel cell systems containing potentially hazardous fluids as defined in this document into the aircraft. 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.
However, Attachment A is provided for informational purposes only, and is not formally incorporated into Volume 1 as an alternative statement of requirements. The document considers an equipment configuration consisting of: The document has to: ED provides guidance for the following stages of the product life cycle: In this section various glossary terms used in the document are described.
Manufacturers should coordinate directly with their certifying authority to ensure that their proposed application of this policy is acceptable and the means of compliance and compliance data planned are sufficient for eutocae.
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The document includes 26 Sections and three Appendices. The aim of this work is to develop a universally agreed and unambiguous definition of what constitutes Foreign Object Debris in the context fd-111 an aerodrome and how it can be usefully classified. Examples of tests covered include vibration, power input, radio frequency susceptibility, lightning and electrostatic euricae. This document deals with the result of this work and the associated recommendations.
As compared with the previous document, the main changes are: It is designed to ensure that compliant equipment for static pressure measurement will meet the performance standard required to support Reduced Vertical Separation Minima RVSM operation throughout the operational life of the system.
No longer maintained Issued in February This low cost transponder is dedicated to equip general and light aviation including microlight aircraft, gliders, air balloons, UAV and other small aircraft, and should contribute to the improvement of global aviation safety.
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. Recording – Volume 5: This ee-111 defines and allocates the set of minimum requirements for the end-to-end operational, safety, performance and interoperability aspects for implementations of the ADS-B-RAD application. No longer maintained Issued in April