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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 6 FIBER OPTIC CABLE ASSEMBLY GENERAL SPECIFICATION

2002-02-28
CURRENT
ARINC628P6
ARINC Specification 628, Cabin Equipment Interfaces (CEI) Part 6 Fiber Optic Cable Assembly General Specification, defines the minimum acceptable provisions for connectorized fiber optic cable assemblies used in permanently installed airframe wire bundles that are part of ARINC 628 supported systems. The intent is for the cable assembly supplier to use this specification as a guideline to provide the prospective IFE contractor with cable assemblies that have adequate quality and performance for the intended application. These assemblies are suitable for cabin systems applications only. Applicable guidelines not found in this specification may be found in Section 9 of ARINC Specification 628 Part 4A.
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GUIDANCE FOR TARGET HARDWARE DESIGN PART 2 AIRBORNE HIGH SPEED DATA LOADER (ARINC REPORT 615-4)

2016-07-29
CURRENT
ARINC844P2
ARINC Specification 844, prepared in two parts, defines the requirements of a Target Data Loader (TDL) from the target hardware point of view. Both parts are based on two data loading standards: Part 1 clarifies ARINC Report 615-3: Airborne Computer High Speed Data Loader, Part 2 clarifies ARINC Report 615-4: Airborne Computer High Speed Data Loader. ARINC Report 615 was originally written from the data loader point of view. It is important that a target designer have a general understanding of the operation of a data loader in its modern implementation. Equally important is the need for data loader manufacturers to understand the standardized implementation requirements and supported subset of ARINC 615 features that are defined in ARINC 844, Parts 1 and 2. Therefore, ARINC Specification 844 is expected to provide value to both data loader and target implementers.
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GUIDANCE FOR TARGET HARDWARE DESIGN PART 1 AIRBORNE HIGH SPEED DATA LOADER (ARINC REPORT 615-3)

2016-07-29
CURRENT
ARINC844P1
ARINC Specification 844, prepared in two parts, defines the requirements of a Target Data Loader (TDL) from the target hardware point of view. Both parts are based on two data loading standards: Part 1 clarifies ARINC Report 615-3: Airborne Computer High Speed Data Loader, Part 2 clarifies ARINC Report 615-4: Airborne Computer High Speed Data Loader. ARINC Report 615 was originally written from the data loader point of view. It is important that a target designer have a general understanding of the operation of a data loader in its modern implementation. Equally important is the need for data loader manufacturers to understand the standardized implementation requirements and supported subset of ARINC 615 features that are defined in ARINC 844, Parts 1 and 2. Therefore, ARINC Specification 844 is expected to provide value to both data loader and target implementers.
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CABIN CONNECTORS AND CABLES PART 4 STANDARD TET METHODOLOGY

2015-12-01
CURRENT
ARINC800P4
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.
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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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ARINC SYNCHRO SYSTEM MANUAL

1961-06-01
CURRENT
ARINC407-1
The Synchro System Manual provides valuable information to designers and maintainers of avionics equipment that employ synchro devices. Synchro theory, synchro applications and signal definitions are included in this standard. Originally published in 1950, it is considered to be the classic guide for synchro devices. The Synchro System Manual provides valuable information to designers and maintainers of avionics equipment that employ synchro devices. Synchro theory, synchro applications and signal definitions are included in this standard. Originally published in 1950, it is considered to be the classic guide for synchro devices. The Synchro System Manual provides valuable information to designers and maintainers of avionics equipment that employ synchro devices. Synchro theory, synchro applications and signal definitions are included in this standard. Originally published in 1950, it is considered to be the classic guide for synchro devices.
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