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CHARACTER-ORIENTED AIR TRAFFIC SERVICE (ATS) APPLICATIONS

2005-04-25
CURRENT
ARIS623-3
This standard defines the application text formats for character-oriented ATS messages that can be transmitted over the ACARS data link. Several ACARS data links are available, including but not limited to VHF, HF and satellite. The messages defined herein are not specific to any data link. This standard is limited in scope to character-oriented applications.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 1 CABIN MANAGEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM - PERIPHERALS

2005-08-14
CURRENT
ARIS628P1-7
This document defines general system architectural philosophy and specific design guidance for the design and interface of various cabin related equipment. System performance parameters are described for connectors, electrical interfaces, operational mode control/protocols, BITE reporting, reliability, environmental conditions, and software data loading. Supplement 7 defines an IEEE 802.11n compliant Cabin Wireless Access Point (CWAP) suitable for installation a wide variety of cabins. It also provides an update to the digital overhead monitor mounting provisions and connectors for compatibility with the CWAP definition.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 3 IN-FLIGHT ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (IFES) TO AIRCRACT SYSTEM INTERFACES

2010-11-12
CURRENT
ARIS628P3-2
This standard consolidates and defines various interface parameters, except for power, that may be required to support the operation of an IFES on any airplane model. Supplement 2 adds an Ethernet interface between the aircraft Cabin Services System (CSS) and In-Flight Entertainment System. This interface may be used to exchange information between the CSS and The Passenger Service System (PSS), passenger address/entertainment, airplane mode, navigation, and operational data.
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PROGRAMMERS GUIDE FOR SMART SYSTEMS USING ARINC 626 ATLAS

2002-06-30
CURRENT
ARIS627-2
This standard provides guidance to ATLAS test programmers for developing, writing and documenting test programs in ARINC 626 ATLAS. This is a companion standard to ARINC 608A, Design Guidance for Avionics Test Equipment. It provides guidance to managers and system integrators for standardizing test programs and their documentation.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 4B CABIN MANAGEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM CABIN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM - STAR WIRING

1999-06-18
CURRENT
ARIS628P4B
Cabin equipment interfaces Part 4B is similar to description provided for Part 4A. The significant difference is that Part 4B specifies a CDS using a star wiring topology. Standardized wiring, connectors and installation requirements for a passenger seat network, overhead video network, and cabin management equipment network are included. Electrical and fiber optic networks are covered.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 2 CABIN MANAGEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM - SEAT INTERFACES

2017-07-10
CURRENT
ARIS628P2-9
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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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 4A CABIN MANAGEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM CABIN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DAISY CHAIN

2005-02-28
CURRENT
ARIS628P4A-3
Cabin equipment interfaces use a standardized wiring topology defined in Part 4A. This standard defines a standard CDS using a daisy chain wiring topology. This standard defines standard wiring, connectors and installation requirements for a passenger seat network, overhead video network, and cabin management equipment network. Electrical and fiber optic networks are covered.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 5 CABIN ELECTRICA EQUIPMENT AND WIRING INSTALLATION GUIDELINES

2013-06-14
CURRENT
ARIS628P5-3
ARINC Specification 628, Cabin Equipment Interfaces (CEI) Part 5 Parts Selection, Wire Design and Installation Guidelines, provides design and mounting guidelines for electrical installations, mainly for supplier of cabin furnishing equipment. Part 5 addresses several aspects of installation and is divided into five sections: Introduction, Parts Selection, Electrical Wire Design Guidelines, Wire Installation Guidelines, and Documentation Guidelines. Guidelines regarding design, safety, and other subjects relevant to acceptance of the end item are addressed. Notes explaining the reason for setting a guideline or suggesting methods for performing the task are provided in commentary. The content of the document is designed to make it usable for reference by industry, particularly manufacturers of seats and equipment.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 9 CABIN INTERFACE NETWORK (CIN)

2015-11-20
CURRENT
ARIS628P9-4
ARINC 628, Part 9 defines general architectural philosophy and aircraft infrastructure for the proper use and interface of various cabin information network related equipment. It specifies a generic on-board infrastructure with commercial server technology, high-speed data communication and exchange via wired and wireless LAN for a wide range of applications. Supplement 4 defines web-based interfaces for cabin control panels and recognizes current standards for commercial browsers and applications. It incorporates current network security practices, including reference to ARINC 842 Digital Certificates.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 4C CABIN MANAGEMENT AND ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM - CABIN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM - 2ND GENERATION - DAISY CHAIN

2005-09-15
CURRENT
ARIS628P4C
ARINC Specification 628 Part 4 defines standards for the aircraft IFE Cabin Distribution System (CDS) wiring, connectors, power, identification codes, space envelopes and mounting principles. The equipment itself is not a subject of this specification because it may be unique to the system manufacturer or market place driven. Design guidelines are included for informational purposes as these guidelines impact the interfaces and installation of cabin equipment aboard the aircraft. The CDS, in daisy chain architecture, is the content of both Parts 4A and 4C of ARINC Specification 628. Part 4C presents the second generation also known as 2GCN of the daisy chain topology, as an evolution based on the experience gained with the first version of the CDS. The main difference is that the system in Part 4C is divided into two separated networks, one for data, connected to the CEC, and the other one for power, connected to the Aircraft Power Supply.
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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 6 FIBER OPTIC CABLE ASSEMBLY GENERAL SPECIFICATION

2002-02-28
CURRENT
ARIS628P6
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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CABIN EQUIPMENT INTERFACES PART 7 CABIN EQUIPMENT COOLING GENERAL SPECIFICATION

2013-06-24
CURRENT
ARIS628P7-2
Cabin equipment installations tend to impose loads on aircraft electrical power systems not envisioned in the original airplane design. This standard provides guidance on the design of future aircraft air conditioning and equipment cooling systems. It also describes the environment in which cabin systems, including In-Flight Entertainment equipment are expected to operate.
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MULTI-TRANSMITTER DATA BUS PART 1 TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

1999-03-31
CURRENT
ARIS629P1-5
Defines the aviation industry standards for transfer of digital data between avionics system elements using multiple access, bi-directional protocol. Developed to provide an efficient data distribution system resulting in a reduction in the amount of airplane wiring and equipment interfaces.
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GATE-AIRCRAFT TERMINAL ENVIRONMENT LINK (GATELINK) GROUND SIDE

1994-12-30
CURRENT
ARIS632
This standard contains necessary definitions and recommendations to implement the gatelink ground system and infrastructure, and provides general and specific guidelines for development and installation of gatelink systems and related communications infrastructure. Gatelink is defined as a high-speed, two-way communication link between a parked aircraft and a ground-based communications system.
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MULTI-TRANSMITTER DATA BUS PART 2 APPLICATIONS GUIDE

1999-02-26
CURRENT
ARIS629P2-2
Defines the aviation industry standards for transfer of digital data between avionics system elements using multiple access, bi-directional protocol. Developed to provide an efficient data distribution system resulting in a reduction in the amount of airplane wiring and equipment interfaces.
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ON-BOARD LOCAL AREA NETWORK

1993-01-15
CURRENT
ARIS636
This standard provides general and specific design guidance for the development and implementation of an OLAN for use in an aeronautical Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) communications environment. Only the physical layer and data link layer of the OSI Basic Reference Model (ISO 7498) are specified by this standard.
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HF DATA LINK PROTOCOLS

2003-12-22
CURRENT
ARIS635-4
This standard describes the functions to be performed by the airborne components of the HFDL to successfully transfer messages between HF ground stations and avionics systems on aircraft where the data is encoded in a bit-oriented format. ARINC 634 and ARINC 753 are companion standards.
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VHF DIGITAL LINK (VDL) MODE 2 IMPLEMENTATION PROVISIONS

2017-07-10
CURRENT
ARIS631-7
This document describes the functions to be performed by airborne and ground components of the VDLM2 to successfully transfer messages from VHF ground networks to avionics systems on aircraft and vice versa where the data are encoded in a code and byte independent format. The compatibility of VDLM2 with OSI is established by defining a set of services and protocols that are in accordance with the OSI basic reference model. The compatibility with the ATN protocols is achieved by defining a set of interfaces between the VDLM2 subnetwork protocol specification and the Mobile Subnetwork Dependent Convergence Function (MSNDCF). The SNDCF is defined in the ICAO ATN SARPs.
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