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FIBER OPTIC TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

2019-01-10
CURRENT
ARINC807-4
This document is based upon the SAE ARP5602 document, A Guideline for Aerospace Platform Fiber Optic Training and Awareness Education. ARINC Report 807: Fiber Optic Training Requirements is a subset of the SAE ARP5602 document designed to meet the requirements of the commercial air transport industry. Certification to the SAE ARP5602 document fulfills the requirements of ARINC Report 807. This document defines recommended general practices for training requirements of aerospace fiber optic systems. It is the intention of this document to outline proven training practices and general standards of workmanship for technicians engaged in aerospace fiber optic manufacturing, installation, maintenance, and repair for the air transport industry. It is also recommended that management and purchasing personnel receive fundamental training to familiarize themselves with the requirements of aerospace fiber optics.
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EMBEDDED INTERCHANGE FORMAT FOR OBSTACLE DATABASES

2018-12-21
CURRENT
ARINC815
This document defines an open encoding format for obstacle databases. This format, when designed and implemented, will enable a quick, economic, and efficient use of Obstacle Databases (ObsDBs). However, since industry does not require applications to be standardized, data interpretation is not addressed in this document.
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GENERAL STANDARDIZATION OF CAN (CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK) BUS PROTOCOL FOR AIRBORNE USE

2018-09-25
CURRENT
ARINC825-4
This document defines a Controller Area Network (CAN) interface for current and future commercial aircraft applications. The latest version, Supplement 4, expands the document to include CAN Flexible Data rate also known as CAN FD. CAN FD has the potential to provide 4 Mbps of data transfer. Supplement 4 also introduces four new appendices on the topics of: ARINC 825 Compliance, Configuration of Bit Timing, Management Information Base (MIB) Counters, and CAN Bus Security Considerations.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 0 CABIN MANAGEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM - OVERVIEW

2018-08-28
CURRENT
ARINC628P0-4
The purpose of this document is to provide an introduction and overview of the ARINC 628 series of Specifications. ARINC 628 defines equipment and installation standards for cabin equipment, which is generally defined as communication and entertainment equipment designed for passenger use. Part 0 provides the concepts and overview of ARINC 628 and descriptions of each individual part. Appendix B is written in briefing chart format to facilitate the understanding of high-level objectives. Supplement 4 represents a summary of recent changes to Parts 1 through 9 of ARINC Specification 628.
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GUIDANCE FOR USAGE OF DIGITAL CERTIFICATES

2018-07-11
CURRENT
ARINC842-2
This document sets forth guidance for life-cycle management of public/private (i.e., asymmetric) keys that are used to secure interactions among systems.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 2 CABIN MANAGEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM - SEAT INTERFACES

2017-07-10
CURRENT
ARINC628P2-9
This document defines standard electrical and mechanical interfaces of the In-Flight Entertainment System (IFES) equipment associated with the seat (including the headphones, passenger control unit, seat video display, personal video player, telephone hand set, and seat electronics box). Supplement 9 updates applicable interfaces for USB 3.1 outlets in passenger seats.
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COCKPIT DISPLAY SYSTEM INTERFACES TO USER SYSTEMS

2016-09-01
CURRENT
ARINC661-6
ARINC 661 defines necessary interfaces to Cockpit Display Systems (CDS) used in all types of aircraft installations starting with the Airbus A380 airplane. The CDS provides graphical and interactive services to user applications within the flight deck environment. When combined with data from user applications, it displays graphical images to the flight deck crew. The document emphasizes the need for independence between aircraft systems and the CDS. This document defines interfaces between the CDS and the aircraft systems. This includes the interface between the avionics equipment and display system graphics generators. This document does not specify the "look and feel" of any graphical information, and as such does not address human factors issues. These are defined by the airline flight operations community.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES 4GCN CABIN MANAGEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM, CABIN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

2016-07-14
CURRENT
ARINC832-1
ARINC Specification 832 defines standards for the aircraft 4th Generation Cabin Network (4GCN) Cabin Distribution System (CDS) wiring, connectors, power, identification codes, space envelopes, and mounting principles. Design guidelines are included for informational purposes as these guidelines impact the interfaces and installation of cabin equipment aboard the aircraft.
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DEFINITION OF STANDARD INTERFACES FOR GALLEY INSERT (GAIN) EQUIPMENT PHYSICAL INTERFACES

2015-11-23
CURRENT
ARINC810-5
ARINC 810 defines galley equipment physical attachments, envelopes, connections, and qualification guidelines for interchangeable galley equipment. Supplement 5 defines a size 6 galley insert, intended for microwave oven installation and other equipment suited to this type of installation. Supplement 5 also clarifies reference dimensioning for all GAIN sizes defined by ARINC 810.
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AVIONICS APPLICATION SOFTWARE STANDARD INTERFACE PART 0 OVERVIEW OF ARINC 653

2015-08-03
CURRENT
ARINC653P0-1
This document provides an overview of the entire set of documents collectively referred to as ARINC 653. As this set of documents evolves, Supplements to Parts 1 through 5 will be made more consistent with Part 0 in conjunction with the technical changes expected to be made in the evolution of ARINC 653. A summary of the ARINC 653 documents follows: Part 0 - Overview of ARINC 653, Part 1 - Required Services, Part 2 - Extended Services, Part 3 - Conformity Test Specification, Part 4 - Subset Services, and Part 5 - Core Software Required Capabilities. Supplement 1 reflects the introduction of multicore processor support in Parts 1 and 2.
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LOGICAL SOFTWARE PART PACKAGING FOR TRANSPORT

2015-07-31
CURRENT
ARINC641
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.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 0 CABIN MANAGEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM - OVERVIEW

2015-07-27
CURRENT
ARINC628P0-3
The purpose of this document is to provide an introduction and overview of the ARINC 628 series of Specifications. ARINC 628 defines equipment and installation standards for cabin equipment, which is generally defined as communication and entertainment equipment designed for passenger use. Part 0 provides the concepts and overview of ARINC 628 and descriptions of each individual part. Appendix B is written in briefing chart format to facilitate the user in preparing quick-reaction overhead projection-type presentations. Supplement 3 represents a summary of recent changes to Parts 1 through 9 of ARINC Specification 628.
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GENERAL STANDARDIZATION OF CAN (CONTROLLER AREA NETWORK) BUS PROTOCOL FOR AIRBORNE USE

2015-07-15
CURRENT
ARINC825-3
This document defines Controller Area Network (CAN) interface standard. It defines the physical layer provisions to maintain compliance with ISO 11898. The scope of Supplement 3 is limited to correcting the high integrity message CRC calculation and providing additional guidance to support interoperability. This includes the definition of a periodic health status message, functional status reporting, peer-to-peer message structure, and quiet bus behavior.
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FUNCTION DEFINITION OF AIRBORNE MANAGER OF AIR-GROUND INTERFACE COMMUNICATIONS (MAGIC)

2014-12-12
CURRENT
ARINC839
This standard defines an Internet Protocol (IP)-based communication management function for data communications called the Manager of Air/Ground Interface Communications (MAGIC). This standard recognizes that the number of available off-board communication links is expanding (e.g., broadband satellite, broadband terrestrial, Gatelink), and that each link may be provided by a different service provider. In addition, each link may be available to the aircraft in specific flight phases and in specific geographic locations. As the industry continues to increasingly embrace IP-based communications, there is reason to define an aircraft routing function that provides standardized access by all aircraft subnets to available communication links.
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3GCN - SEAT DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

2014-08-15
CURRENT
ARINC809-3
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.
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LOADABLE SOFTWARE PART DEFINITION FORMAT

2014-01-02
CURRENT
ARINC838
This Specification defines: The syntax (simple generic grammar) and semantics (definition of the fields, such as name, type, constraints and meaning) of the ARINC 838 Loadable Software Part Definition Format in Section 3. The definition of XML notation of the grammar in Section 4. The definition of binary notation of the grammar in Section 5.
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FIBER OPTIC TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

2013-06-26
CURRENT
ARINC807-3
This document is based upon the SAE ARP5602 document, A Guideline for Aerospace Platform Fiber Optic Training and Awareness Education. ARINC Report 807, addressing fiber optic training requirements, is a scaled back version of the SAE ARP5602 document designed to meet the requirements of the commercial air transport industry. Certification to the SAE ARP5602 document fulfills the requirements of ARINC Report 807. This document defines recommended general practices for training requirements of aerospace fiber optic systems. It is the intention of this document to outline proven training practices and general standards of workmanship for technicians engaged in aerospace fiber optic manufacturing, installation, maintenance, and repair for the air transport industry. It is also recommended that management and purchasing personnel receive fundamental training to familiarize themselves with the requirements of aerospace fiber optics.
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CABIN CONNECTORS AND CABLES PART 1 DESCRIPTION AND OVERVIEW

2012-11-19
CURRENT
ARINC800P1
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.
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CABIN UNIVERSAL WIRELESS DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM (UWDS)

2011-11-15
CURRENT
ARINC833
The document defines wireless communication medium intended for use in the cabin. It specifies the interface between multiple wireless systems to a wireless distribution network. The intent is to reduce the installation and integration effort for multiple stand-alone wireless systems.
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