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2013-06-12
Standard
ARIS802-2
ARINC Specification 802 defines standard fiber optic cable meeting the operational and environmental requirements for the air transport industry. The purpose of this document is to avoid the proliferation of different designs of cables serving the same functions on different airplane models. ARINC Specification 802 comprises three sections. Section 1 provides a general description of the objectives, scope, the types of cable, and the applicable environmental categories. Section 2 addresses the desired physical properties of the fiber optic cables. Section 3 defines the qualification tests that may be used to ensure the cables meet the characteristics provided by this document. A glossary is provided in Appendix A.
CURRENT
2014-08-15
Standard
ARIS809-3
This specification defines general architectural philosophy and specific design guidance for the proper installation and interface of various cabin equipment within the seats. Consistency with this specification allows each component installed on the seat to operate in concert when integrated with other relevant cabin type equipment. Standard electrical and mechanical interfaces of the In- Flight Entertainment System (IFES) equipment for the 3rd Generation Cabin Network (3GCN) associated with the seat are defined. This equipment consists of the headphone jacks (HPJ), passenger control unit (PCU)/multi function handset (including the cord), seat video display (SVD), remote data outlet (RDO), integrated seat box (ISB) which includes the seat power box (SPB)/seat data box (SDB), remote power outlet (RPO), and in-seat cables. Appropriate definitions are also provided for other electrical devices associated with the seat control/position mechanism.
CURRENT
2013-06-06
Standard
ARIS801-3
ARINC 800 is the first industry standard intended for characterization of aviation-grade high-speed (Gbps) Ethernet links. The test methods are based on realistic representation of cabin networks. The notional cabling architecture is based on IFE seat distribution using multiple intermediate disconnects. Sequential testing is supported by building up number of connectors in the link. Test guidelines for mixed intermediate cable lengths are provided.
CURRENT
2010-11-26
Standard
ARIS808-2
This Specification defines general architectural philosophy and aircraft infrastructure for the proper use and interface of various cabin related IFE equipment. Compliance with ARINC Specification 808 allows each respective system to operate in concert when integrated with other relevant cabin equipment. ARINC Specification 808 defines standards for the aircraft 3rd Generation Cabin Network (3GCN), IFE Cabin Distribution System (CDS), wiring, connectors, power, identification codes, space envelopes, and mounting principles. Although some of these standards also apply to 3GCN wireless IFE systems, the overall 3GCN wireless IFE network specification is covered in ARINC Specification 820. The equipment itself is not a subject of this specification because it may be unique to the system manufacturer or marketplace-driven. Design guidelines are included for informational purposes as these guidelines impact the interfaces and installation of cabin equipment aboard the aircraft.
CURRENT
2014-08-26
Standard
ARIS812AP1-1
The purpose of this specification is to define the general Galley Insert (GAIN)standardization philosophy, provide comprehensive equipment interfaces, and disseminate the most current industry guidance. Part 1 covers the Controller Area Network (CAN) data interface attachments, envelopes, and data content to be considered between all galley equipment using a Galley Data Bus as described within this specification. This document is intended as the successor and replacement for ARINC Specification 812. This document contains significant improvements to CAN data interfaces.
CURRENT
2015-12-11
Standard
ARIS814
ARINC 814 defines an XML encoding and compression standard for aviation. It is based on the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Binary XML document. Binary XML encoding is extended in a way that is both flexible and robust. Compression is added on top of the binary encoding. ARINC 814 is expected to be used with Aeronautical Databases, and in particular, the Airport Map databases defined by ARINC 816 and the proposed ARINC Project Paper 815 Terrain and Obstacle databases.
CURRENT
2010-11-12
Standard
ARIS664P8-1
This Specification was written to support future aeronautical applications and services beyond those using Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). The initial focus is to support air/ground applications using the Aeronautical Telecommunications Network (ATN). These include Controller-Pilot Data Link Communication (CPDLC), Flight Information System (FIS), and Context Management Application (CMA). Supplement 1 was written to allow interoperation with non-IP protocols and services and upper layer services with respect to the OSI reference model. Supplement 1 reflects ICAO Aeronautical Communication Panel recommendations.
CURRENT
2014-08-26
Standard
ARIS812AP2
The purpose of this specification is to define test procedures to verify the implementation of the Controller Area Network (CAN) interface for Galley Systems, as defined in ARINC Specification 812A, Part 1.
CURRENT
1980-07-01
Standard
ARIS720-1
This standard sets forth the air transport industry's recommended standards for a digital frequency selection system. This standard addresses two opposite ends of the DFS integration possibilities: a totally centralized and a federated system. This is necessary to assure that the radio interface specifications are adequate to cover a range of DFS integration.
CURRENT
2005-04-12
Standard
ARIS664P5
ARINC 664, Part 5 provides the design and implementation guidelines for networks installed in aircraft. Such networks may be used to enable network devices to communicate among themselves and with networks outside of the aircraft. This specification defines a set of domains within the aircraft. These domains are defined in terms of the services they provide, the security they provide to the functions within their boundaries, and the connections required between a domain and other domains and networks external to the aircraft. This specification provides general design and implementation guidelines that, when they are implemented by aircraft devices and configured by the system integrator, the devices provide the required connectivity, quality of service, safety and security.
CURRENT
2015-07-15
Standard
ARIS677
This document provides aircraft installation requirements for a Low Frequency Underwater Locator Beacon (LF-ULB) transmitting on a frequency of 8.8 kHz. ICAO Annex 6 Amendment 36, states that a LF-ULB shall be installed on all aircraft with a maximum certified take-off mass of over 27,000 kg, operating over water at particular distances to land suitable for making an emergency landing. ICAO Annex 6 Amendment 36 further states that an LF-ULB shall be installed by January 1, 2018.
CURRENT
2012-11-19
Standard
ARIS800P1
This document is the first of a multi-part specification that will provide a catalog of cabin connector and cables that may be used in ARINC Standard cabin systems, including In-Flight Entertainment. Part 1 describes connector and cable requirements and evaluation criteria for the interface components used in the integration of cabin systems. Future releases will define connectors, contacts, and termination methods in Part 2. Cables will be specified in Part 3.
CURRENT
2015-12-01
Standard
ARIS800P4
ARINC 800 is the first industry standard intended for characterization of aviation-grade high-speed (Gbps) Ethernet links. The test methods are based on realistic representation of cabin networks. The notional cabling architecture is based on IFE seat distribution using multiple intermediate disconnects. Sequential testing is supported by building up number of connectors in the link. Test guidelines for mixed intermediate cable lengths are provided.
CURRENT
2014-10-07
Standard
ARIS800P2
This specification describes the general connectors, contacts, and backshells in their shape and characteristic for cabin systems for commercial aircrafts. ARINC 600, ARINC 404, and ARINC 801 connector specifications are published as independent standards.
CURRENT
2017-07-07
Standard
ARIS800P3-1
This specification describes the general cable and wire characteristics recommended for use in cabin systems for commercial aircraft.
CURRENT
2002-05-17
Standard
ARIR666
This document describes a secure internet facility for sending all types of aviation software using the world wide web (www). Software suppliers may use this document as a starting point for the construction of a secure web server utility. It provides sufficient flexibility and is compatible with numerous software distribution models. The file management structure is consistent with other ARINC standards for loadable software, and references ARINC 665 and ARINC 667 in particular.
CURRENT
2016-07-14
Standard
ARIR665-4
This document defines the aircraft industry's standards for Loadable Software Parts (LSPs) and Media Set Parts (MSPs). It describes the common principles and rules to be applied to any part of a data load system to ensure compatibility and inter-operability. It includes part numbering, content, labeling, and formatting of an LSP, and a Media Set containing LSPs.
CURRENT
2011-06-03
Standard
ARIR663-1
ARINC Report 663 focuses on the many aspects related to component technical data and documentation including a common understanding of levels one - three maintenance (test, repair, re-certification). This includes defining the extent and format of OEM documentation to be delivered to the airline customers to support both the decision and technical requirements to accomplish level three maintenance; establishing minimum data requirements to support the airlines' decision relative to the accomplishment of level three maintenance (test solution, type of repair process, projected MTBF, modification potential, unit cost, alternative repairs, etc.); and identifying the minimum technical data requirements to support level three maintenance in airline shops for future avionics components (test, documentation).
CURRENT
2002-08-30
Standard
ARIR665-2
This is a superseded version. ----------------- This standard defines standards for loadable software parts and software transport media. It describes the principles and rules to be applied to any part of a data load system, to ensure compatibility and interoperability. It includes part numbering, content, labeling and formatting of loadable software parts and software transport media.
CURRENT
2001-01-15
Standard
ARIR660A
This standard expands ARINC 660 to include industry-defined architectures for the CNS/ATM operating environment. These architectures are intended to meet long-term requirements (e.g., ADS-B, CPDLC, etc.) and provide growth for the future. Airlines support the implementation of these architectures for the long-term. This standard represents broad airline consensus for developing avionics equipment providing CNS/ATM operating capabilities.
CURRENT
2005-08-01
Standard
ARIR665-3A
This standard defines standards for loadable software parts and software transport media. It describes the principles and rules to be applied to any part of a data load system, to ensure compatibility and interoperability. It includes part numbering, content, labeling and formatting of loadable software parts and software transport media.
CURRENT
1993-12-27
Standard
ARIR659
Defines standards for the transfer of digital data between components within an IMA cabinet. Includes the protocol and timing characteristics for a synchronous backplane data bus capable of transferring data at 60 Mbps using a data path that is two bits wide. The electrical characteristics and behavior expected of the participating modules are defined.
CURRENT
2014-01-10
Standard
ARIR660B
This document identifies and describes the aircraft avionics capability necessary for operation in the evolving Communications Navigation Surveillance/Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) environment expected for the FAA NextGen program, Single European Sky ATM Research (SESAR) program and considerations of the Japan Collaborative Actions for Renovation of Air Traffic Systems (CARATS). These capabilities are intended to satisfy the industry's long-term CNS/ATM operational objectives.
CURRENT
1995-12-15
Standard
ARIR660
Defines a set of standard aircraft avionics architectures that support a cost-effective evolution to the fully operational CNS/ATM environment. These architectures are intended to meet near-term requirements (e.g., FANS-1, SCAT-1, etc.) and provide growth for supporting the full CNS/ATM function set. This standard represents broad airline consensus for developing avionics equipment providing CNS/ATM operating capabilities.
CURRENT
1999-04-05
Standard
ARIR655
The RDC have been used for years on commercial aircraft. The extensive use of digital data transfer has prompted the need for a standard for collecting analog, digital and discrete information from sensors on the airplane. This information is digitized and processed in traditional ARINC 700-series equipment or in IMA cabinets.
CURRENT
1997-11-07
Standard
ARIR651-1
This standard is a systems design guide for IMA. It provides guidance for the design and implementation of avionics equipment for new airplanes and retrofit installations. It is conceptual in nature and covers broad subjects of operational objectives, fault tolerance, hardware components, software design and certification issues.
CURRENT
1993-01-15
Standard
ARIR652
This standard is a top-level design guide for managing the development and maintenance of avionics software. It provides guidance for the design and development of avionics software for traditional ARINC 700-series equipment and IMA. This standard emphasizes the airline desire for user-modifiable software.
CURRENT
1993-05-25
Standard
ARIR644
The purpose of this standard is to provide a method for packaging aircraft software parts for distribution using contemporary media or by electronic distribution. This project intends to standardize and provide guidance for the storage of floppy based software, currently packaged in media set parts. This standard format can be then stored or distributed on a single physical media member (CD-ROM), or by electronic crate. The obsolescence of floppy disks drive an urgent need for this guidance.
CURRENT
1996-08-25
Standard
ARIR644A
The PMAT is intended for use in the airplane maintenance environment allowing remote access to onboard systems. This standard describes the aircraft interface, operational capabilities and standards necessary to achieve interoperability with onboard systems, stand-alone internal or external mass memory devices, and ARINC standard printers.
CURRENT
2005-12-20
Standard
ARIR811
The purpose of this document is to facilitate an understanding of aircraft information security and to develop aircraft information security operational concepts. This common understanding is important since a number of subcommittees and working groups within the aeronautical industry are considering aircraft information security. This document also provides an aircraft information security process framework relating to airline operational needs that, when implemented by an airline and its suppliers, will enable the safe and secure dispatch of the aircraft in a timely manner. This framework facilitates development of cost-effective aircraft information security and provides a common language for understanding security needs.
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