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AVIONICS APPLICATION SOFTWARE STANDARD INTERFACE PART 2 EXTENDED SERVICES

2019-12-23
CURRENT
ARINC653P2-4
As avionics software continues to evolve, so does ARINC Specification 653. ARINC 653 Part 2 specifies extensions (i.e., optional services) to the required Application Program Interfaces (APIs) described in ARINC 653 Part 1. Supplement 4 adds optional multicore services capabilities.
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AVIONICS APPLICATION SOFTWARE STANDARD INTERFACE PART 1 REQUIRED SERVICES

2019-12-23
CURRENT
ARINC653P1-5
This standard defines a general-purpose Application/Executive (APEX) software interface between the Operating System of an avionics computer and the application software. The interface requirements between the application software and operating system services are defined in a manner that enables the application software to control the scheduling, communication, and status of internal processing elements. Supplement 5 adds multicore processor service capabilities.
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LOADABLE SOFTWARE STANDARDS

2019-08-13
CURRENT
ARINC665-5
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 of software parts. It includes part numbering, content, labeling, and formatting of an LSP, and a Media Set containing LSPs. Supplement 5 refers to a companion document, ARINC Report 645: Common Terminology and Functions for Software Distribution and Loading.
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AVIONICS APPLICATION SOFTWARE STANDARD INTERFACE PART 5 CORE SOFTWARE RECOMMENDED CAPABILITIES

2019-08-07
CURRENT
ARINC653P5-1
Part 5 defines additional ARINC 653 core software capabilities to ease integration on a variety of Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) hardware platforms by allowing platform suppliers to extend and customize it for use with their unique hardware platform. Supplement 1 expands the guidance provided on resource profiling and execution profiling pertinent to the use of mulicore processors in avionics.
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AVIONICS APPLICATION SOFTWARE STANDARD INTERFACE PART 0 OVERVIEW OF ARINC 653

2019-08-07
CURRENT
ARINC653P0-2
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 Part 0 will be made more consistent with Parts 1 through 5 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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AVIONICS APPLICATION SOFTWARE STANDARD INTERFACE PART 3A CONFORMITY TEST SPECIFICATIONS FOR ARINC 653 REQUIRED SERVICES

2019-07-18
CURRENT
ARINC653P3A-1C1
ARINC 653, Part 3A is the Compliance Test Specification for ARINC 653 Required Services presently defined in ARINC 653 Part 1. The document specifies a set of stimuli and the expected responses. Future work on the ARINC 653 document set includes an effort to define Operating System services for multi-core processor environments. The Compliance Test Specification is expected to be updated in step with ARINC 653, Part 1.
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AVIONICS APPLICATION SOFTWARE STANDARD INTERFACE PART 3B CONFORMITY TEST SPECIFICATIONS FOR ARINC 653 EXTENDED SERVICES

2019-07-18
CURRENT
ARINC653P3BC1
ARINC 653, Part 3B is the Compliance Test Specification for ARINC 653 Extended Services presently defined in ARINC 653 Part 2. The document specifies a set of stimuli and the expected responses. Future work on the ARINC 653 document set includes an effort to define Operating System services for multi-core processor environments. The Compliance Test Specification is expected to be updated in step with ARINC 653, Part 2.
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AIRCRAFT DATA NETWORK, PART 1, SYSTEMS CONCEPTS AND OVERVIEW

2019-06-20
CURRENT
ARINC664P1-2
The purpose of this document is to provide an overview of data networking standards recommended for use in commercial aircraft installations. These standards provide a means to adapt commercially defined networking standards to an aircraft environment. It refers to devices such as bridges, switches, routers and hubs and their use in an aircraft environment. This equipment, when installed in a network topology, can optimize data transfer and overall avionics performance.
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AIRCRAFT DATA NETWORK PART 2 ETHERNET PHYSICAL AND DATA LINK LAYER SPECIFICATION

2018-10-24
CURRENT
ARINC664P2-3
This specification provides Ethernet physical parameters and data link layer specifications for use in a commercial aircraft environment. This specification provides general and specific guidelines for the use of IEEE 802.3 compliant Ethernet, 2000 edition. Physical layer and Medium Access Control (MAC) sub-layers are expected to comply with the Open System Interconnection (OSI) Reference Model to enable maximal utilization of off-the-shelf components, both hardware and software, for aviation use. The Ethernet Physical layer specification defines the electrical and optical parameters for the 10BASE-T, 100BASE-TX, and 100BASE-FX Ethernet implementations. This specification references ARINC Specification 600: Air Transport Avionics Equipment Interfaces for definition of copper-based implementations of the Ethernet Physical layer.
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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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INTERNET PROTOCOL SUITE (IPS) FOR AERONAUTICAL SAFETY SERVICES ROADMAP DOCUMENT

2017-12-18
CURRENT
ARINC658
ARINC 658 was prepared to recognize the expanding role of data communication technology and the evolutionary path forward starting from ACARS protocols, to ATN/OSI protocols, and eventually ATN/IPS protocols using highly secure networks. The ATN/IPS network will be implemented onboard an aircraft and in the ground infrastructure to support safety services, including Air Traffic Services (ATS) and Aeronautical Operational Control (AOC). As such it provides a so-called “roadmap” for the development of the aviation standards for ATN/IPS services. ATN/IPS standards will evolve in coming years and be coordinated with other international standards organizations such as ICAO, EUROCAE and RTCA.
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AIR/GROUND CHARACTER-ORIENTED PROTOCOL SPECIFICATION

2016-08-10
CURRENT
ARINC618-8
This standard defines the Aircraft Communications Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS), a VHF data link that transfers character-oriented data between aircraft systems and ground systems. This communications facility enables the aircraft to operate as part of the airline's command, control and management system.
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EXTENSIBLE MARKUP LANGUAGE (XML) ENCODING AND COMPRESSION STANDARD

2015-12-11
CURRENT
ARINC814
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.
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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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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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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 1 HEAD END EQUIPMENT PROTOCOL

2014-12-08
CURRENT
ARINC485P1-3
This standard defines the electrical characteristics, protocol and data content for a modified version of the EIA RS-485 data bus adapted for use with cabin electronics equipment. Specific cabin equipment interfaces are defined by ARINC 628.
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AIRCRAFT/GROUND INFORMATION EXCHANGE (AGIE) USING INTERNET PROTOCOLS

2014-09-15
CURRENT
ARINC830
The purpose of this document is to define a general purpose non-proprietary information exchange framework and protocol for the conduct of Internet Protocol based message traffic between aircraft and airline ground infrastructure. This standard is motivated by the vision to substantially simplify information processing management for airlines by eliminating multiple dissimilar implementations with a single universal system and thereby establishing a more economical environment.
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SOFTWARE DATA LOADER USING CAN INTERFACE

2013-12-20
CURRENT
ARINC826-1
The purpose of the standard is to provide a simple and efficient protocol for loading software parts to line replaceable units (LRUs) on a CAN bus, as an alternative to ARINC Report 615A or ARINC Report 615. It is not intended to become the only possible CAN software loading alternative. It is intended for those avionics devices that are software loadable.
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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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