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Splices, Fiber Optics, for Aerospace Inter-Connection Systems

2000-06-01
HISTORICAL
MA5405
This specification covers design and performance requirements of fiber optic splices for optical distribution systems in aerospace vehicles and provide a means of procurement of such devices. Fiber optic cable design characteristics are uniquely related to various aerospace vehicle applications. As a result, the splice is constructed for specific cable types. Evaluation of the splice performance shall be with the cable type as defined in the splice detail specification (see Section 3). Typically, fiber optic splices have unique assembly instructions. Splices that are qualified to the same detail specification must be assembled using the same procedure and tools. All assembly instructions shall be presented and documented in accordance with this specification.
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Characterization and Requirements for New Aerospace Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies - Jumpers, End Face Geometry, Link Loss Measurement, and Inspection

2014-03-27
WIP
AS5675A
To create a standard that instructs both supplier and user in the testing and characterization of initial build fiber optic cable assemblies for avionics/aerospace applications. This can be in the plant or in the avionics “box.” It includes specification of jumpers (aerospace measurement quality jumpers), end faces, link loss requirements and inspection.
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Characterization and Requirements for New Aerospace Fiber Optic Cable Assemblies - Jumpers, End Face Geometry, Link Loss Measurement, and Inspection

2012-05-03
CURRENT
AS5675
To create a standard that instructs both supplier and user in the testing and characterization of initial build fiber optic cable assemblies for avionics/aerospace applications. This can be in the plant or in the avionics “box.” It includes specification of jumpers (aerospace measurement quality jumpers), end faces, link loss requirements and inspection.
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Transparent Optical Backbone Network Specification

2014-11-07
WIP
AS5659/1
This document provides a specification for the WDM Optical Backbone Network (OBN) within the SAE AS5659 WDM LAN specifications document family. The specification applies to any optical network which uses Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) in any optical media, and describes a transparent optical network that contains optical components (i.e. without Optical-to-Electrical conversion). The specification describes optical network elements (ONE) that perform optical transport, optical add/drop, optical amplification, optical routing, and optical switching functions. Performance limits are given for conforming optical signal interfaces and transfer functions for the ONEs, as well as architectures comprising combinations of them. This specification will enable network and systems engineers to design and use scalable and upgradable WDM based optical networks aboard mobile platforms.
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WDM LAN Network Management And Control

2014-11-07
WIP
AS5659/3
This document describes network management and control facilities for the WDM LAN, within the SAE AS5659 WDM LAN specifications document family. Unlike like point-to-point solutions, networks require a control plane to allocate the shared network resources and a management plane which provides a disciplined approach to configuring and monitoring the network. Within a Wavelength Division Multiplexed (WDM) environment, management and control provides wavelength selection and routing for traffic that is processed. The extent of network management and control depends on the design of the network, and can range from hardwired wavelengths to dynamic wavelength allocation with damage recovery.
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WDM LAN Access and Aggregation

2014-11-07
WIP
AS5659/2
This document describes the Client Adaptation Element (CAE), the set of functions that provides access and aggregation capability for the WDM LAN, within the SAE AS5659 WDM LAN specifications document family. In the WDM LAN, the CAE fits in between the Optical Backbone, which provides transmission of data over the transparent network, and the clients which the network serves. The complexity of the CAE depends on the types and number of clients.
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Physical Layer Specification

2017-09-13
CURRENT
AS5659/4
This Aerospace Standard (AS) 5659/4 Physical Layer Specification provides guidance for the physical layer of optical networks which use Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM), within the AS5659 WDM LAN specification document family. The physical layer consists of the optical interconnections between the functional components of the network. Performance requirements for general interconnections are described. For guidance, standards are identified, corresponding to each of several environments, which describe physical layer design, installation, maintenance, and training.
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Multi-Transmitter Bidirectional Fiber-Optic Data Bus for Distributed Aircraft Control Systems

2002-04-26
HISTORICAL
AS5370
This specification applies to a communication protocol for networked control systems. The protocol provides peer-to-peer communication for networked control and is suitable for implementing both peer-to-peer and master-slave control strategies. This specification describes services for all seven protocol layers. In the layer 7 specification, it includes a description of the types of messages used by applications to exchange application and network management data.
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Multi-Transmitter Bidirectional Fiber-Optic Data Bus for Distributed Aircraft Control Systems

2011-03-22
CURRENT
AS5370A
This specification applies to a communication protocol for networked control systems. The protocol provides peer-to-peer communication for networked control and is suitable for implementing both peer-to-peer and master-slave control strategies. This specification describes services for all seven protocol layers. In the layer 7 specification, it includes a description of the types of messages used by applications to exchange application and network management data.
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