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POWER CONTROLLERS: SIGNAL INTERFACE APPLICATIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS

1991-09-03
HISTORICAL
AIR4272
This AIR is applicable to SSPCs, EMPCs, and hybrid power controllers. It covers the control, status, BIT, etc., interfaces, other than electrical power. For the purpose of this document, a power controller shall have, as a minimum, the following characteristics: a Power switching function b Control input c Overload protection d Status feedback To accomplish the goals set forth in the Foreword, the interfaces are first categorized by function. Next, examples of actual implementations are given.
Standard

High Speed Network for MIL-STD-1760

2008-01-16
HISTORICAL
AS5653
AS5653 may be applied to Air Vehicles and Stores implementing MIL-STD-1760 Interface Standard for Aircraft/Store Electrical Interconnection System.
Standard

High Speed Network for MIL-STD-1760

2012-07-25
HISTORICAL
AS5653A
AS5653 may be applied to Air Vehicles and Stores implementing MIL-STD-1760 Interface Standard for Aircraft/Store Electrical Interconnection System.
Standard

High Speed Network for MIL-STD-1760

2014-01-03
CURRENT
AS5653B
AS5653 may be applied to Air Vehicles and Stores implementing MIL-STD-1760 Interface Standard for Aircraft/Store Electrical Interconnection System.
Standard

OPTICAL IMPLEMENTATION RELATING TO THE HIGH SPEED RING BUS (HSRB) STANDARD

1995-01-01
HISTORICAL
AS4075/1
This SAE Aerospace Standard (AS) has been prepared by the Ring Implementation Task Group of the SAE AS-2 Committee. It is intended as a companion document to the SAE AS4075 High Speed Ring Bus Standard. While the Standard is intended to provide as complete a description as possible of an HSRB implementation, certain parameters are system-dependent and evolutionary. This document contains those parameters. The text through Table 1 is intended to provide definitions and descriptions applicable to all applications. Table 2 contains specific parameter values for one or more implementations. This table will change as new systems are implemented or new HSRB speed options are defined.
Standard

High Speed Ring Bus (HSRB) Standard

2012-05-03
CURRENT
AS4075A
A fault tolerant, real time high speed data communication standard is defined based on a ring topology and the use of a Token passing access method with distributed control. The requirements for the HSRB standard have been driven predominantly, but not exclusively, by military applications. Particular attention has been given to the need for low message latency, deterministic message priority and comprehensive reconfiguration capabilities. This document contains a definition of the semantics and protocol including delimiters, tokens, message priority, addressing, error detection and recovery schemes; and is written to be independent of bit rate and media. Parameters related to particular media and bit rates are defined in separate documents, the AS4075 slash sheets.
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