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AVIATION SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS PART 1 AIRCRAFT INSTALLATION PROVISIONS

2019-12-23
CURRENT
ARINC741P1-15
This ARINC Standard defines the installation characteristics of first generation L-band satellite communication systems. It provides the traditional form, fit, function, and interfaces for the installation of satcom equipment for use in all types of aircraft. Description of avionics equipment (e.g., Satellite Data Unit (SDU), Antennas, etc.) are included. Supplement 15 adds references to new Diplexer/Low Noise Amplifiers (DLNAs) defined in Supplement 8 to ARINC Characteristic 781: Mark 3 Aviation Satellite Communication Systems. The five new DLNAs are intended to protect Inmarsat Classic Aero and SwiftBroadband (SBB) satcom equipment from ground-based cellular sources, such as cellular Long Term Evolution (LTE) and Ancillary Terrestrial Component (ATCt). The DLNAs are categorized by desired features and service (e.g., new DLNA versus drop-in replacement, LTE and/or ATCt protection, Classic Aero and/or SBB service).
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AVIATION SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM PART 1 AIRCRAFT INSTALLATION PROVISIONS

2012-06-26
CURRENT
ARINC741P1-14
This document defines the characteristics of first generation L-band satellite communication system installations including the avionics equipment. This document provides traditional form, fit, function, and interface standards for the installation of Satcom equipment for use in all types of aircraft. It defines the satellite data unit in a 6 MCU form factor. It also provides a summary description of each avionics component that would comply with this document. Supplement 14 adds references to ARINC Characteristic 781 and address equipment configurations and functionality associated with SwiftBroadband services.
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AIRBORNE MICROWAVE LANDING SYSTEM

1987-08-27
CURRENT
ARINC727-1
This standard sets forth the characteristics of MLS receiver processors intended for installation in all types of commercial transport aircraft. The function of the airborne MLS receiver processor is the reception and processing of the MLS azimuth signals, the elevation signals, and the data transmitted from the MLS ground stations.
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ANALOG AND DISCRETE DATA CONVERTER SYSTEM

1981-09-10
CURRENT
ARINC729-1
This standard sets forth the characteristics of an ADDCS designed for installation in commercial transport aircraft. The ADDCS is intended to process, convert and multiplex analog and discrete signals in order to provide them in digital format described in ARINC 429.
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AIRCRAFT COMMUNICATIONS ADDRESSING AND REPORTING SYSTEM (ACARS)

2012-02-24
CURRENT
ARINC724B-6
This standard describes the 724B version of the airborne components of ACARS, and is intended for use in conjunction with VHF radio equipment existing on the plane. This ACARS enhancement improves the ability of the system to provide air-to-ground and ground-to-air data communications.
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AIRBORNE HF/SSB SYSTEM

1984-07-06
CURRENT
ARINC719-5
This standard sets forth characteristics of a new-generation HF/SSB System intended for installation in all types of commercial transport aircraft. Covers requirements for airborne transmitter-receiver equipment capable of transmitting and receiving HF radio intelligence.
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AIRBORNE PASSENGER ADDRESS AMPLIFIER

1984-07-06
CURRENT
ARINC715-3
This standard describes the characteristics of a PA AMP designed for installation in commercial aircraft. Its function is to amplify control voice, music and internally generated chime audio signals to drive the aircraft cabin loudspeaker system.
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AERONAUTICAL MOBILE AIRPORT COMMUNICATION SYSTEM (AEROMACS) TRANSCEIVER AND AIRCRAFT INSTALLATION STANDARDS

2017-07-07
CURRENT
ARINC766
This documents defines the Installation Characteristics of an airborne radio transceiver capable of broadband wireless communication with an Airport Surface Network. The Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communications System (AeroMACS) Radio Unit (ARU) will operate in the aeronautical protected frequency of 5091 MHz to 5150 MHz, utilizing the IEEE 802.16e WiMAX protocol. It is intended to offload some of the congested narrowband VHF airport traffic used for ATS and AOC communications. ARU and Antenna Form, Fit, Function and Interfaces are described.
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SECOND GENERATION AVIATION SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS, AIRCRAFT INSTALLATION PROVISIONS

2019-12-23
CURRENT
ARINC761-6
This ARINC Standard defines the installation characteristics of second generation L-band satellite communication systems. It provides the traditional form, fit, function, and interfaces for the installation of satcom equipment for use in all types of aircraft. Description of avionics equipment (e.g., Satellite Data Unit (SDU), Antennas, etc.) are included. Supplement 6 adds references to new Diplexer/Low Noise Amplifiers (DLNAs) defined in Supplement 8 to ARINC Characteristic 781: Mark 3 Aviation Satellite Communication Systems. The five new DLNAs are intended to protect Inmarsat Classic Aero and SwiftBroadband (SBB) satcom equipment from ground-based cellular sources, such as cellular Long Term Evolution (LTE) and Ancillary Terrestrial Component (ATCt). The DLNAs are categorized by desired features and service (e.g., new DLNA versus drop-in replacement, LTE and/or ATCt protection, Classic Aero and/or SBB service).
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SECOND GENERATION AVIATION SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM, AIRCRAFT INSTALLATION PROVISIONS

2012-06-21
CURRENT
ARINC761-5
This document defines the characteristics of second generation L-band satellite communication system installations including the avionics equipment defined for Iridium and Inmarsat 2G services. This document provides traditional form, fit, function, and interface standards necessary for the installation of Satcom avionics equipment for all types of aircraft. It also provides a description of each envisioned avionics component that would comply with this Characteristic. Supplement 5 removes obsolete service and system provisions, and adds references to ARINC Characteristic 791 for Ku-band antenna installation details.
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AIRCRAFT INTERFACE DEVICE (AID)

2014-07-15
CURRENT
ARINC759
This document sets forth the characteristics of an Aircraft Interface Device (AID) intended for installation in commercial aircraft. The intent of the document is to provide general and specific design guidance for the development of an AID for use in retrofit applications associated with aircraft typically developed between the mid-1970s through the 1990s, that primarily utilize ARINC 700 series avionics, and that interface with the aircraft via ARINC 429 and ARINC 717 unidirectional buses and Hi/Lo discrete signals. This document describes the desired operational capability of the AID and the standards necessary to ensure interchangeability.
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GUIDANCE FOR THE DESIGN AND INSTALLATION OF FUEL QUANTITY SYSTEMS

1999-01-25
CURRENT
ARINC611-1
This standard defines accuracy and reliability targets for fuel quantity measuring systems installed on commercial aircraft. It describes fuel quantity system components and design techniques that will contribute to safe and reliable operation. System design goals and installation practices are described. A report of a worldwide fuel survey is included.
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THRUST CONTROL COMPUTER SYSTEM

1983-10-31
CURRENT
ARINC703-2
The characteristics of a TCCS within the Automatic Flight System are defined in this standard for throttle control. The standard also provides general and specific design guidance for the development and installation of a TCCS.
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AIRCRAFT AUTONOMOUS DISTRESS TRACKING (ADT)

2019-08-26
CURRENT
ARINC680
This document describes the technical requirements, architectural options, and recommended interface standards to support an Autonomous Distress Tracking (ADT) System intended to meet global regulatory requirements for locating aircraft in distress situations and after an accident. This document is prepared in response to International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and individual Civil Aviation Authorities (CAAs) initiatives.
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GUIDANCE FOR DESIGN AND INTEGATION AND AIRCRAFT AVIONICS EQUIPMENT IN SIMULATORS

1992-02-01
CURRENT
ARINC610-1
This standard sets forth general philosophy and design guidance for using aircraft avionics equipment in simulators. Its goal is to improve simulator training by providing a better understanding among avionics designers, simulator designers, airframe manufacturers and airline simulator users in the use of aircraft avionic equipment in flight simulators. Full flight simulator, cockpit procedure trainer, cockpit system simulator or fixed base simulator, part task trainer (e.g., flight management system trainer), and maintenance training simulator guidance is included.
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MARK 3 AVIATION SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS

2017-08-09
CURRENT
ARINC781-7
This document sets forth the desired characteristics of an aviation satellite communication (Satcom) system intended for installation in all types of commercial transport and business aircraft. The intent of this document is to provide general and specific guidance on the form factor and pin assignments for the installation of the avionics primarily for airline use. It also describes the desired operational capability of the equipment to provide data and voice communications, as well as additional standards necessary to ensure interchangeability. This Characteristic specifies equipment using Inmarsat satellites operating in L-band. Ku-band and Ka-band equipment is specified in ARINC Characteristic 791.
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MARK 1 AVIATION KU-BAND AND KA-BAND SATELLITE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM PART 1 PHYSICAL INSTALLATION AND AIRCRAFT INTERFACES

2014-08-29
CURRENT
ARINC791P1-2
This standard sets forth the desired characteristics of Aviation Ku-band Satellite Communication (Satcom) and Ka-band Satcom Systems intended for installation in all types of commercial air transport aircraft. The intent of this characteristic is to provide guidance on the interfaces, form, fit, and function of the systems. This document also describes the desired operational capability of the equipment needed to provide a broadband transport link that can be used for data, video, and voice communications typically used for passenger communications and/or entertainment. The systems described in this characteristic are not qualified, at this writing, for aviation safety functions.
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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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AIRCRAFT DATA INTERFACE FUNCTION (ADIF)

2017-08-09
CURRENT
ARINC834-7
This document defines an Aircraft Data Interface Function (ADIF) developed for aircraft installations that incorporate network components that are based on commercially available technologies. This document defines a set of protocols and services for the exchange of aircraft avionics data across aircraft networks. The goal is to provide a common set of services that may be used to access specific avionics parameters. The ADIF may be implemented as a generic network service, or it may be implemented as a dedicated service within an ARINC 759 Aircraft Interface Devices (AID) such as those used with an Electronic Flight Bag (EFB).
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