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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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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 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-APT application.

Change 1 to EDA. This document provides general information on aicraft surface p-static charging mechanisms and the impact p-static has on aircraft systems. No longer maintained Issued in February Telephone – Volume 3: The guidance contained in these FAA and EASA references are only intended for operational approval, they do not cover methods acceptable for aircraft certification.

The report addresses coordination processes leading towards safety, performance and interoperability assessment, with an eventual aim to support also airworthiness certification and operational approval.

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. 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 is a supplement to EDA. EDG is complemented by ED Issued in October 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. Part 1 defining the minimum operational performance standards specifications for the VDL Mode 4 Aircraft Transceiver supporting core functionality.

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Guidance has to be developed for equipment EMC qualification, aircraft system level verification, wiring installation and aircraft level EMC verification. Airworthiness security is the protection of the airworthiness of an aircraft from intentional unauthorized electronic interaction. Compliance with these eutocae 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 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.

ED-111 – Functional specifications for CNS/ATM Recording (including Amendment N°1 – 30 July 2003)

D-Taxi and other applications e. No longer maintained Issued in April In addition, this document provides guidance material on structure of AMDBs. Issued on July Issued in September This document contains euroace operational performance specifications for Emergency Locator Transmitters, ELTto eruocae that they will: It provides comprehensive guidance material for use by service providers, manufacturers, operators and approval authorities.

Compliance with the objectives of EDC is the primary means of obtaining approval of software used in civil aviation products.


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. 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.

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. These systems indicate either the presence of wurocae accreted in flight on monitored surfaces or the presence of icing conditions in the atmosphere.


It will enable a common interchange between data originators, data integrators, and system eurrocae. This document provides guidance for data gathering by data originators, for data processing by data providers, for implementation eyrocae application integrators, and for end use by the aviation community e. The document is presented in 2 parts. ED – Audio systems characteristics and MPS covering microphones except carbon and headsets and handsets and loudspeakers and audio selector panels and amplifiers Issued in Durocae No longer maintained Issued in May ED – Volume I: Network Design Guideline Issued in February This feasibility study document details the context of the study and a description of the intended function situational display of regions ahead of the aircraft that present potential hazards to the aircraft due to ice crystals.

The document has to: Change 2 to ED Attachment A to Volume II: 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. This document is intended to capture minimum interoperability, performance and safety requirements for a service based on data-link communications used for Departure Clearance. 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 chapter introduces the ATOL concept, illustrates the organization of the information to describe the concept and lists the inputs used as reference baseline.