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1/WG7/70 - MPS for airborne 75 MHz marker beacon receiving equipment

Issued in January 1970.

The minimum performance requirements specified herein are designed to ensure that aircraft equipment certificated to them will be compatible with the relevant ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices.

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WG7C/1-74 - MPS for airborne Doppler radar ground speed and/or drift angle measuring equipment

Issued in August 1974.

WG-7C was directed by the Council of EUROCAE to study and draw up a MPS for airborne Doppler radar ground speed and/or drift angle measuring equipment. This document deals with the result of this work and the associated recommendations.

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WG7C/2-74 - MPS for airborne automatic dead reckoning computer equipment utilising aircraft heading and Doppler obtained velocity vector data

Issued in August 1974.

WG-7C was directed by the Council of EUROCAE to study and draw up a MPS for airborne automatic dead reckoning computer equipment only utilising aircraft heading and Doppler obtained velocity vector data. This document deals with the result of this work and the associated recommendations.

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ED-12C - Software considerations in airborne systems and equipment certification (Including Amendment N°1 – 19 October 1999)

Issued in January 2012.

This document provides recommendations for the production of software for airborne systems and equipment that performs its intended function with a level of confidence in safety that complies with airworthiness requirements. Compliance with the objectives of ED-12C is the primary means of obtaining approval of software used in civil aviation products.

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ED-14G - Environmental conditions and test procedures for airborne equipment

Issued in May 2011.

This document supersedes document EUROCAE ED-14F of March 2008. ED-14G provides standard procedures and environmental test criteria for testing airborne equipment for the entire spectrum of aircraft from light general aviation aircraft and helicopters through the "jumbo jets" and SST categories of aircraft. The document includes 26 Sections and three Appendices. Examples of tests covered include vibration, power input, radio frequency susceptibility, lightning and electrostatic discharge.
Coordinated with RTCA, EUROCAE/ED-14G and RTCA/DO-160G are identically worded.

Note: ED-14G is complemented by ED-234.

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ED-14G Change 1 - Environmental conditions and test procedures for airborne equipment

Issued in January 2015.

Change 1 to ED-14G.

€0.00 excl VAT See details
ED-18 - Audio systems characteristics and MPS covering microphones (except carbon) and headsets and handsets and loudspeakers and audio selector panels and amplifiers

Issued in July 1985.

The task assignment included the consideration of the overall system audio response characteristics affecting the intelligibility of air-ground speech communication, and the review and evaluation, to the extent feasible, of all design mesures giving promise of improvement.

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ED-22B - MPS for airborne VOR receiving equipment

Issued in January 1988.

The purpose of this document is to specify minimum performance requirements suitable for airborne VOR receiving equipment and to ensure that aircraft equipment certificated to those requirements will be compatible with the relevant ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices.

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ED-23C - MOPS for airborne VHF Receiver-Transmitter operating in the frequency range 117.975 – 137.000 MHz

Issued in June 2009.

This document supersedes the "Minimum Performance Specification for Airborne VHF Communication Equipment operating in the frequency range 117.975- 137.000 MHz (Receiver-Transmitter)", ED-23B, March 1995.

This document contains a minimum operational performance specification for airborne VHF communications equipment (receiver and transmitter) intended to be used for airground communication. It is designed to ensure that equipment certified to it will be compatible with the relevant ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices as described in ICAO Annex 10 Sections 4.5, 4.7 and Appendix D. It is also intended to cover equipment suitable for use in an 8.33 kHz channel separation environment.
NOTE: In the following text the channel spacing for 8.33 kHz channel assignments is defined as 25 kHz divided by 3 which is 8.3333.... kHz.

This minimum operational performance specification defines the minimum
performance expected of an aircraft VHF receiver-transmitter equipment; the performance of a specific equipment may be enhanced or superior to this specification depending on the intended application and configuration.

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ED-26 - MPS for airborne altitude measurements and coding systems (including Erratum)

Issued in March 1979.

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ED-27 - MOPR for airborne area navigation systems based on VOR and DME as sensors

Issued in October 1979.

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ED-28 - MPS for airborne area navigation computing equipment based on VOR and DME as sensors

Issued in July 1982.

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ED-30 - MPS for airborne low range radio (radar) altimeter equipment (including errata N°1 – 1 June 1980)

Issued in March 1980.

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ED-36B - MOPS for Microwave Landing System (MLS) Airborne Receiving Equipment

Issued in October 2007.

This document provides minimum operational performance specifications for the airborne portion of the microwave landing system. Should the MLS functions be incorporated into multi-function equipment with other facilities, the requirements of this specification must be met whilst operating as an MLS receiver.

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ED-38 - MPS for airborne weather and ground mapping and assisted approach radars (including surface-based transponder beacon system characteristics) (Including Amendment N°1 – March 1992)

Issued in June 1983.

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ED-39 - MOPR for airborne area navigation systems based on two DME as sensors

Issued in June 1984.

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ED-40 - MPS for airborne computing equipment for area navigation system using two DME as sensors

Issued in June 1984.

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ED-42 - MPS for fuel flowmeter systems to aircraft standards

Issued in October 1983.

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ED-43 - MOPR for the SSR transponder and the altitude measurement and coding system

Issued in October 1983.

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ED-46B - MOPS for airborne ILS localizer receiving equipment (including Amendment N°1 – October 1995 and Amendment N°2 – July 1997)

Issued in September 1995.

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ED-47B - MOPS for airborne ILS glide path receiving equipment (including Amendment N°1 – 15 July 1997)

Issued in September 1995.

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ED-51 - MPS for airborne automatic direction finding equipment (including Amendment N°1 – October 1987)

Issued in October 1983.

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ED-52 - MPS for conventional and Doppler VHF omnirange (C VOR and D VOR) (ground equipment) (Including Amendment N°1)

Issued in August 1984.

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ED-53A - MOPS for microwave landing system (MLS) (ground equipment) (including Amendment N°1 – August 1994)

Issued in December 1989.

 

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ED-54 - MOPR for distance measuring equipment interrogators (DME/N and DME/P) operating within the radio frequency range 960 – 1215 MHz (airborne equipment)

Issued in January 1987.

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ED-57 - MPS for distance measuring equipment (DME/N and DME/P) (ground equipment) (including Amendment N°1 – 26 October 1992)


No longer maintained

Issued in December 1986.

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ED-58 - MOPS for area navigation equipment using multi-sensor inputs (airborne equipment)

Issued in 1988.

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ED-62A - MOPS for aircraft emergency locator transmitters (406 MHz and 121.5 MHz - optional 243 MHz)


No longer maintained

Issued in February 2009.

This document contains minimum operational performance specifications for Emergency Locator Transmitters, (ELT), to ensure that they will:
• meet the environmental constraints of a crash,
• meet COSPAS-SARSAT system requirements for satellite processing of distress signal (primary alert),
• be compatible with homing devices used for Search And Rescue (SAR),
• not adversely affect normal aircraft operations.

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ED-67 - MOPS for devices that prevent unintentional or continuous transmissions

Issued in April 1991.

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ED-68 - MOPS for devices that prevent simultaneous transmissions

Issued in April 1992.

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ED-73E - MOPS for Secondary Surveillance Radar Mode S Transponders

Issued in May 2011.

This document supersedes ED-73C published in 2008. It provides standards for Mode S airborne equipment (Mode S). Incorporated within these standards are system characteristics that will be useful to users of the system as well as designers, manufacturers and installers. The document considers an equipment configuration consisting of: transponder, control panel, antenna and interconnecting cables. Level 1 through Level 5 transponders are addressed, test procedures are provided as well as information for optional features. It reflects issues identified and discussed by the ICAO Aeronautical Surveillance Panel Technical Subgroup and reported by Civil Aviation Authorities since the publication of ED-73C. The document is a coordinated effort with RTCA.

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ED-74 - MOPS for combined ILS and MLS airborne receiving equipment (including Amendment N°1 - 15 July 1997)

Issued in February 1995.

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ED-75D - MASPS: Required Navigation Performance for Area Navigation

Issued in October 2014.

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) recognized a need for dramatic improvements to the existing air navigation system. The ICAO Special Committee of Future Air Navigation Systems (FANS) developed a new concept expressed in terms of communication, navigation, surveillance and air traffic management (CNS/ATM). It was intended to be an evolutionary means of achieving improvements in the global air navigation system. To obtain the benefits of the CNS/ATM concept, aircraft need to achieve accurate, repeatable and predictable navigation performance. This is referred to as Required Navigation Performance (RNP).

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ED-76A - Standards for processing aeronautical Data

Issued in June 2015.

This standard provides recommended minimum requirements for the processing of aeronautical data. It aims to assist aeronautical data chain participants and regulatory authorities in meeting their responsibilities. It is intended to be used by organizations seeking approval of the method(s) they use to process or manipulate data.

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ED-77 - Standards for Aeronautical information


No longer maintained

Issued in April 2000.

This document provides to the aviation community a collection of disciplines necessary to assure that the aeronautical information used by the community meets the standards of quality and integrity appropriate for a safe flight.

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ED-78A - Guidelines for Approval of the Provision and Use of Air Traffic Services supported by Data Communications

Issued in December 2000.

It supersedes ED-78. It provides comprehensive guidance material for use by service providers, manufacturers, operators and approval authorities.

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ED-79A - Guidelines for Development of Civil Aircraft and Systems


No longer maintained

Issued in December 2010.

This document discusses the development of aircraft systems taking into account the overall aircraft operating environment and functions. This includes validation of requirements and verification of the design implementation for certification and product assurance. It provides practices for showing compliance with the regulations and serves to assist a company in developing and meeting its own internal standards by considering the guidelines herein.

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ED-80 - Design Assurance Guidance for Airborne Electronic Hardware

Issued in April 2000.

This document provides guidance to be used by aircraft manufacturers and suppliers of electronic hardware items used in aircraft systems.

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ED-81 - Certification of Aircraft Electrical/Electronic Systems for the Indirect Effects of Lightning (including Amendment N°1 – 26 August 1999)


No longer maintained

Issued in May 1996.

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ED-82A - MOPS for Mode S Aircraft Data Link Processors

Issued in November 1999.

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ED-128 - Guidelines for Surveillance Data Fusion in Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS) Levels 1 and 2


 Issued in October 2007.

The purpose of this document is to inform A-SMGCS suppliers and users about the concepts and issues surrounding the fusion of data in the Surveillance element of an A-SMGCS. This guidance applies to Data Fusion within the context of Level 1 and Level 2
A-SMGCS as defined in the EUROCAE document ED-87A “MASPS for Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems”, and further expanded by the Eurocontrol document “Definition of A-SMGCS Implementation Levels”.

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ED-83 - Recommendations on Ground Collision Avoidance Systems

Issued in April 1998.

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ED-84A - Aircraft Lightning Environment and Related Test Waveforms

Issued in July 2013.

This ED is one of the set of three documents covering the whole spectrum of aircraft interaction with lightning. The purpose of this ED is to provide the characteristics of lightning that are encountered by aircraft as well as transients appearing at the interfaces of equipment associated with electrical/electronic systems as a result of that interaction.

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ED-129B - Technical Specification for a 1090 MHz Extended Squitter ADS-B Ground System

Issued in March 2016.

This document defines the minimum technical specification for a 1090 MHz Extended Squitter ADS-B Ground System. For brevity, this is referred to as the “ADS-B System” throughout this document. The ADS-B System is the “SUR Sensor” element of an infrastructure supporting ATS Surveillance Service(s), such as the Approach Control and Area Control Services within the European Air Navigation Region.

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ED-85A - Data-Link Application System Document (DLASD) for “Departure Clearance” Data-Link Service

Issued in December 2003.

This document is intended to capture minimum interoperability, performance and safety requirements for a service based on data-link communications used for Departure Clearance. It allocates these requirements to the airborne, communication and ATS domains and describes acceptable means of demonstrating compliance.
It clarifies the previous version ED-85 particularly the field of message processing.

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ED-87C - MASPS for Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS) Levels 1 and 2

Issued in January 2015.

This document contains the Minimum Aviation System Performance Specification (MASPS) for A-SMGCS at the current level of maturity. This document specifies system and equipment characteristics that should be useful to designers, installers, manufacturers, service providers and users of systems intended for operational use at aerodromes. Functional requirements are used wherever possible to allow flexibility in the design of sub-system equipment.

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ED-88 - MOPS for Multi-Mode Airborne Receiver (MMR) including ILS and MLS and GPS used for Supplemental Means of Navigation

Issued in August 1997.

This document specifies minimum performance standards for airborne equipment which may receive transmissions from three types of ground transmitters, ILS, MLS and GPS. It supplements earlier documents ED-36A, ED-46B and ED-47B which are for single types of transmission, and ED-74 which is for ILS and MLS.

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ED-130A - Guidance for the use of Portable Electronics Devices (PEDs) on Board Aircraft

Issued in December 2016.

The PED ARC (Aviation Rulemaking Committee) established in 2013 made recommendations to clarify and provide guidance on allowing PEDs usage from gate to gate without compromising the continued safe operation of the aircraft. This lead to the creation of the FAA operation guidance, see Appendix C. On EASA side, specific acceptable means of tolerance and guidance material to allow PED operation gate-to-gate can be found in TABLE 3-2. The guidance contained in these FAA and EASA references are only intended for operational approval, they do not cover methods acceptable for aircraft certification.

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ED-89A - Data Link Application System Document (DLASD) for the “ATIS” Data Link Service

Issued in December 2003.

This document provides minimum interoperability, performance and safety requirements for the ATIS service based on data communications. The ATIS service is a Tower Control Service, a direct communication from ATC to Aircrew of takeoff information (runway condition, weather, ceiling, ...).
It clarifies the previous version ED-89 particularly the field of message processing.

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ED-90B - Radio frequency susceptibility Test procedures

Issued in May 2010.

This document discusses in greater detail the test procedures and highlights problem areas that could lead to test errors.
The purpose and scope of this User Guide is to provide additional information and clarification on the test procedures for section 20 and 21 of ED-14.

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ED-91 - Aircraft Lightning Zoning Standard (including Amendment N°1 – 6 September 1999 and Amendment N°2 – 27 June 2006)

Issued in July 1998.

This document was prepared in response to requests from FAA and JAA for technical advice for establishing the zoning for lightning protection design and certification for airframes, system and equipment.

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ED-92B - MOPS for an Airborne VDL Mode-2 System operating in the frequency range 118-136.975 MHz

Issued in October 2012.

This document contains the Minimum Operational Performance Specifications (MOPS) and test procedures for aircraft Very High Frequency (VHF) Digital Link (VDL) Mode 2 physical, link and network layer protocol components which comprise an avionics transmitter/receiver (transceiver) function intended to be used for air-ground (A/G) data communications. This document is designed so that equipment certified to it will be compliant with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) VDL Mode 2 SARPS and the associated Technical Manual hereafter referred as [ICAO]. Additional information on VDL Mode 2 is contained in ARINC Characteristics 631, 637, 750 and 758.

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ED-92B Change 1 - MOPS for an Airborne VDL Mode2 System operating in the frequency range 118-136.975 MHz

Issued in March 2014.

Change 1 to ED-92B.

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ED-93 - MASPS for CNS/ATM message recording systems (including Amendment N°1 – 23 November 1998)

Issued in November 1998.

This MASPS specifies recording system performance characteristics appropriate to the new technologies and concepts of CNS/ATM digital systems, and includes information concerning both on-board and on-ground recording. Adherence to this specification will ensure that aircraft operating in a CNS/ATM environment will have recording of message information which is adequate for investigation of accidents and occurrences.

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ED-94C - Supporting Information for ED-12C and ED-109A

Issued in January 2012.

This document addresses the questions of both the industry and regulatory authorities. It contains frequently asked questions (FAQs), discussion papers (DPs) and rationale.

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ED-133 - Flight Object Interoperability Specification

Issued in June 2009.

This document is currently under review and should not be used “as is”.

This document defines the interface between different instances of civilian ATC Flight Data Processing Systems (FDPS), in support of En-route and Terminal ATC Operations. It explicitly covers the exchange of real time Flight Information and Aeronautical information, and makes a number of assumptions about the provision of other types of information (for example, consistent meteo and aircraft performance information).

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ED-136 - Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Air Traffic Management (ATM) System Operational and Technical Requirements

Issued in February 2009.

The scope of WG67 ED-136 is to specify the Operational and Technical Requirements of an Air Traffic Management (ATM) Voice Communications System. To achieve this objective many potential sources of these requirements were investigated including ICAO SARPs, EUROCONTROL Guidance documents as well as individual ANSP specifications.

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ED-137B - Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM Components (Volume 1: Radio - Volume 2: Telephone - Volume 3: European Legacy Telephone Interworking- Volume 4: Recording - Volume 5: Supervision)

Issued in January 2012.

(Volume 1: Radio - Volume 2: Telephone - Volume 3: European Legacy Telephone Interworking- Volume 4: Recording - Volume 5: Supervision)

The scope of the WG67 ED-137 Documents is to define the rules for VoIP implementations to support ATM communications:
- Radio for the Volume 1
- Telephone for the Volume 2
- European Legacy Telephone Interworking for the Volume 3
- Recording for the Volume 4
- Supervision for the Volume 5

This includes the performances requested for the related communications.

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ED-137/2B - Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM Components (Part 2: Telephone)

Issued in January 2012.

 

Part 2 : Telephone

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ED-137/3B - Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM Components (Part 3: European Legacy)

Issued in January 2012.

(Volume 3 European Legacy Telephone Interworking)

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ED-137/4B - Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM Components (Part 4: Recording)

Issued in January 2012.

(Volume 4 Recording)

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ED-137/5B - Interoperability Standards for VoIP ATM Components (Part 5: Supervision)

Issued in January 2012.

(Volume 5 Supervision)

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ED-138 - Network Requirements and Performances for Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) Air Traffic Management (ATM) Systems (Part 1: Network Specification – Part 2: Network Design Guideline)

Issued in February 2009.

The purpose of this document is to specify the network requirements and the needs of VoIP services for ATM applications in the network - including IP Adressing and Security - that are to provide the necessary high levels of availability, integrity, performance and Quality of Service (QoS) for VoIP in ATM applications.

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ED-140 - MOPS for Air Data Modules

Issued in March 2013.

This minimum operational performance specification is for aircraft Air Data Modules (ADM) that measure static or total pressure.
It is designed to ensure that compliant equipment for static pressure measurement will meet the performance standard required to support Reduced Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM) operation throughout the operational life of the system.

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ED-141 - Minimum Technical Specifications for Airport Collaborative Decision Making (Airport-CDM) Systems

Issued in October 2008.

Airport Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) is an important enabler of Air Traffic Management (ATM) capacity and efficiency. The concept of Airport CDM does not imply any particular system or architecture. Rather, it is an approach to using aeronautical data, based on sharing data between all Partners, ensuring a common view of the ATM and airport environment on all levels. Airport CDM also addresses the need for operational decisions to be made collaboratively thus providing a substantial contribution to maximising capacity and efficiency.


Although Airport CDM is applicable to all phases of flight, the Airport CDM concept has seen its first prototypes and trials at airports and this document is therefore dedicated to Airport CDM. An Airport CDM Task Force was created under the EATM Airport Throughput Business Division (APT) of EUROCONTROL, and documents created by this Task Force have contributed significantly to the development of this document.


Airport Collaborative Decision Making is about improving the way operational Partners at airports and the European ATM network work together at an operational level.

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ED-142 - Technical Specification for Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) Systems

Issued in September 2010.

This Technical Specification document specifies the minimum performance requirements for a Wide Area Multilateration (WAM) System that is part of a system providing airspace situational awareness to air traffic controllers and other users within the European Air Navigation Region.

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ED-143 - Volume I : Minimum Operational Performance Standards for Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System II (TCAS II) - Volume II : TCAS II Collision Avoidance System (CAS) Requirements Specification - Attachment A to Volume II

Issued in September 2008.

Vol I: Minimum Operational Performance Standards for Traffic alert and Collision Avoidance System II (TCAS II) : this document sets forth minimum operational performance standards for Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System II (TCAS II) equipment. TCAS II is intended to improve air safety by acting as a last-resort method of preventing mid-air collisions or near collisions between aircraft. By utilizing Secondary Surveillance Radar (SSR) technology, TCAS II equipment operates independently of ground-based aids and air traffic control (ATC).


Vol II: TCAS II Collision Avoidance System (CAS) Requirements Specification : this document contains the Collision Avoidance System Requirements Specification (CRS), a detailed specification of the Collision Avoidance System (CAS) component of the TCAS II system using a precise program specification notation called state charts. It is incorporated by reference into the requirements specification in Volume I.
Attachment A to Volume II : this attachment contains an alternate specification of the Collision Avoidance System (CAS) logic in the form of a program in a simplified programming language developed specifically for the purpose. Equivalence between this form of the CAS logic and the state charts has been demonstrated by testing implementations based on each specification against the CAS test suite. However, Attachment A is provided for informational purposes only, and is not formally incorporated into Volume 1 as an alternative statement of requirements.


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ED-143 Change 1 - Minimum Operational Performance Standards For Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance

Issued in April 2009.

Change 1 to ED-143.

This Change 1 document specifies a change to the TCAS II requirements contained in EUROCAE document ED-143/RTCA document DO-185B. The rationale for the change is described in change proposal CP123, which was approved by the WG-75/SC-147 Requirements Working Group.

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ED-98C - User Requirements for Terrain And Obstacle Data

Issued in October 2015.

This document provides guidance for data gathering by data originators, for data processing by data providers, for implementation by application integrators, and for end use by the aviation community (e.g., air carriers, air traffic services, procedure designers). It is supplemental to the data processing requirements included in EUROCAE ED-76A / RTCA DO-200B and the exchange of data included in EUROCAE ED-119C / RTCA DO-291C.

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ED-143 Change 2 - Minimum Operational Performance Standards For Traffic Alert And Collision Avoidance System II (TCAS II) Version 7.1

Issued in April 2013.

Change 2 to ED-143.

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ED-99D - User Requirement for Aerodrome Mapping Information

Issued in October 2015.

The information contained in this document has been compiled by industry for the purpose of stating surface mapping information requirements for users such as those described above. The requirements presented are not all-inclusive, but represent those of more immediate concern. Airworthiness authorities, civil aviation authorities, and the aviation industry urge aerodrome mapping database (AMDB) originators and integrators to use this document when providing those data to system designers and users. In addition, this document provides guidance material on structure of AMDBs. Based on the availability of standardized current AMDBs, a variety of applications can be envisioned. Several are described in this document. This document has been written under the assumption that if all users are using consistent aerodrome mapping data, operations can be improved, and new capabilities can be realized.

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ED-100A - Interoperability Requirements for ATS Applications using Arinc 622 Data Communications

Issued in April 2005.

ED-100A is an update of, and supersedes ED-100 of September 2000. It represents the minimum set of interoperability requirements and allocations necessary to provide adequate assurance that the elements of the communication, navigation, and surveillance/ air traffic management (CNS/ATM) system are compatible with each other and when operating together will perform their intended functions. These elements comprise the aircraft system, the air traffic service provider (ATSP) system, and the operator’s provisions to use the air traffic services, which may include third party or contracted communication services.

 

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ED-102A - MOPS for 1090 MHz Extended Squitter Automatic Dependant Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) and Traffic Information Services – Broadcast (TIS-B) with Corrigendum 1

This document is ED-102A issued in December 2009 with Corrigendum 1 issued in January 2012. The Corrigendum is also incorporated throughout the document.

This document contains Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for airborne equipment for Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) and Traffic Information Service – Broadcast (TIS-B) utilizing 1090 MHz Mode-S Extended Squitter (1090ES). Compliance with these standards by manufacturers, installers and users is recommended as one means of assuring that the equipment will satisfactorily perform its intended functions under conditions encountered in routine aeronautical operations.

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ED-145 - Airport-CDM Interface Specification

Issued in October 2008.

Airport Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) is an important enabler of Air Traffic Management (ATM) capacity and efficiency. The concept of Airport CDM does not imply any particular system or architecture. Rather, it is an approach to using aeronautical data, based on sharing data between all Partners, ensuring a common view of the ATM and airport environment on all levels. Airport CDM also addresses the need for operational decisions to be made collaboratively thus providing a substantial contribution to maximising capacity and efficiency.
Although Airport CDM is applicable to all phases of flight, the Airport CDM concept has seen its first prototypes and trials at airports and this document is therefore dedicated to Airport CDM. An Airport CDM Task Force was created under the EATM Airport Throughput Business Division (APT) of EUROCONTROL, and documents created by this Task Force have contributed significantly to the development of this document.
Airport Collaborative Decision Making is about improving the way operational Partners at airports and the European ATM network work together at an operational level.

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ED-146 - Guidelines for Test and Validation Related to Airport CDM Interoperability

Issued in October 2008.

Airport Collaborative Decision Making (CDM) is an important enabler of Air Traffic Management (ATM) capacity and efficiency. The concept of Airport CDM does not imply any particular system or architecture. Rather, it is an approach to using aeronautical data, based on sharing data between all Partners, ensuring a common view of the ATM and airport environment on all levels. Airport CDM also addresses the need for operational decisions to be made collaboratively thus providing a substantial contribution to maximising capacity and efficiency.


Although Airport CDM is applicable to all phases of flight, the Airport CDM concept has seen its first prototypes and trials at airports and this document is therefore dedicated to Airport CDM. An Airport CDM Task Force was created under the EATM Airport Throughput Business Division (APT) of EUROCONTROL, and documents created by this Task Force have contributed significantly to the development of this document.
Airport Collaborative Decision Making is about improving the way operational Partners at airports and the European ATM network work together at an operational level.

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Corrigendum 1 for ED-102A

Issued in January 2012.

This document is a supplement to ED-102A. It contains corrections to typographical errors, corrections to test procedures and notes added to clarify existing text. These changes represent feedback from industry use of the published version of DO-260B. This supplement does not alter any existing requirements and does not affect the compliance of any equipment designed to meet the original published document.

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ED-151 - Operational Services and Environment Definition (OSED) for Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) and Meteorological (MET) Data Link Services

Issued in December 2007.

This document presents the AIS and MET data link services that are envisaged to be implemented within the next decade in both the USA and Europe. It is presented in an Operational Service and Environment Definition (OSED) form, which was developed based on the criteria set forth in EUROCAE ED-78A / RTCA DO-264 "Guidelines for Approval of the Provision and Use of Air Traffic Services Supported by Data Communications". The OSED describes the intended AIS and MET data link services and the assumptions about the environment in which they operate.

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ED-152 - Aircraft Precipitation Static Certification

Issued in June 2010.

This document provides general information on aicraft surface p-static charging mechanisms and the impact p-static has on aircraft systems. It addresses elements of effective aircraft p-static control design. Finally, it definies methods for verifying acceptable aircraft p-static control.

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ED-153 - Guidelines for ANS Software Safety Assurance

Issued in August 2009.

This document applies to software that forms part of an ANS system. The scope of this extends to the overall lifecycle of software within an ANS system, however this document considers aircraft software out of scope and is therefore limited to the “ground” segment of ANS.

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ED-154A - Future Air Navigation System 1/A (FANS 1/A) – Aeronautical Telecommunications Network (ATN) Interoperability Standard

Issued in March 2012.

This document provides interoperability requirements to enable FANS 1/A aircraft and ATN aircraft to co-exist in the same operational environment.

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ED-155 - MOPS Lightweight Flight Recording Systems

Issued in July 2009.

This document defines the minimum specification to be met for aircraft required to carry lightweight flight recording systems which may record aircraft data, cockpit audio, airborne images or data-link messages in a robust recording medium primarily for the purposes of the investigation of an occurrence (accident or incident). It is applicable to robust on-board recording systems, ancillary equipment and their installation in aircraft.

This document can also be used to give guidance to manufacturers intending to develop or install lightweight flight recording systems which maybe used for or other purposes such as flight training, flight data monitoring.

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ED-156A - ADS-B Application Interoperability Requirements for VDL Mode 4

Issued in March 2010.

This document needs to be used in conjunction with the Safety, Performance and Interoperability Requirements document for ADS-B Applications. It provides a supplement that defines the requirements for ADS-B-application interoperability to be achieved using VDL Mode 4. The requirements contained in this document provide assurance that a VDL Mode 4 system will perform the intended function in an acceptably safe manner for the operations defined in the OSEDs for the various applications.

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ED-103 - MOPS for Inflight Icing Detection Systems

Issued in July 2001.

The minimum operational performance of onboard inflight icing detection systems is specified. These systems indicate either the presence of ice accreted in flight on monitored surfaces or the presence of icing conditions in the atmosphere. In addition to specifying performance, information is given on testing techniques and on installation.

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ED-159 - Safety and Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for ATSA-ITP Application (Including Supplement of July 2012)

Issued in July 2008.

This document provides the minimum operational, safety, and performance requirements (SPR) and interoperability requirements (INTEROP) for the implementation of enhanced Airborne Traffic Situational Awareness (ATSA) for “In-Trail Procedure” (ITP).

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Safety and Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for the In-Trail Procedure in Oceanic Airspace (ATSA-ITP) Application

Issued in July 2012.

The purpose of this supplement is to highlight changes to ATSA‐ITP that have resulted from this additional standards development related activity.

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ED-104A - MOPS for Ground Ice Detection Systems

Issued in June 2003.

This EUROCAE Minimum Operational Performance Specification (MOPS) specifies the minimum performance requirements of Ground Ice Detection Systems (GIDS). These systems may be mounted onboard the airplane, or be groundbased. They may provide information for indication and/or control.

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ED-160 - Safety and Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for Enhanced Visual Separation on Approach (ATSA-VSA)

Issued in December 2008.

This document provides the minimum operational, Safety, and Performance Requirements (SPR) and Interoperability Requirements (INTEROP) for theimplementation of Airborne Traffic Situational Awareness (ATSA) for “Enhanced Visual Separation on Approach” (VSA).

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ED-161 - Safety and Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for ADS-B-RAD Application

Issued in September 2009.

This document defines and allocates the set of minimum requirements for the end-to-end operational, safety, performance and interoperability aspects for implementations of the ADS-B-RAD application. Requirements are allocated to the necessary domains of the CNS/ATM system, i.e., at Aircraft and Ground Domain level.

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ED-163 - Safety and Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for ADS-B Airport Surface Surveillance Application (ADS-B-APT)

Issued in December 2010.

This document defines and allocates the set of minimum requirements for the end-to-end operational, safety, performance and interoperability aspects for implementations of the ADS-B-APT application.

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ED-105A - Aircraft Lightning Test Method

Issued in July 2013.

This document presents test techniques for simulated lightning testing of aircraft and the associated systems.

This document does not include design criteria nor does it specify which items should or should not be tested. Acceptable levels of damage and/or pass/fail criteria for the qualification tests must be approved by the cognizant certification authority for each particular case.

When lightning tests are a part of a certification plan, the test methods described herein are an acceptable means, but not the only means, of meeting the test requirements of the certification plan.

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ED-106A - Data Link Application System Document (DLASD) for “Oceanic Clearance” (OCL) Datalink service

Issued in March 2004.

This document is intended to capture minimum interoperability, performance and safety requirements for a service based on data-link communications used for Oceanic Clearance.

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ED-107A - Guide to certification of Aircraft in a High Intensity Radiated Field (HIRF) Environment

Issued on July 2010.

This document provides technical guidance to demonstrate compliance with aircraft High-Intensity Radiated Field (HIRF) regulations.

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ED-164 - Safety and Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for Enhanced Traffic Situational Awareness During Flight Operations (ATSA-AIRB)

Issued in March 2010.

This document provides the minimum operational, Safety and Performance Requirements (SPR) and Interoperability Requirements (INTEROP) for the implementation of Airborne Traffic Situational Awareness (ATSAW) for “Enhanced Traffic Situational Awareness during flight operations” (ATSA AIRB).

The ATSA-AIRB application is fully defined in the Operational Services and Environment Definition (OSED) found in Annex A.

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ED-108A - MOPS for VDL Mode 4 Aircraft Transceiver (presented in 2 parts)

Issued in September 2005.

ED-108A defines the technical specifications for Very High Frequency (VHF) Digital Link (VDL) Mode 4 aeronautical mobile (airborne) radio transmitters, transceivers and receivers for air-ground and air-air communications operating in the VHF band, as defined in ICAO VHF Digital Link (VDL) Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs).

The document is presented in 2 parts. Part 1 defining the minimum operational performance standards specifications for the VDL Mode 4 Aircraft Transceiver supporting core functionality. Part 2 sets forth minimum operational performance specifications for the VDL Mode 4 Aircraft Transceiver supporting a full Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B) capability and, optionally, the additional functionality of Traffic Information Service – Broadcast (TIS-B) and/or Flight Information Service – Broadcast (FIS-B).

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ED-165 - Safety and Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for ATSA-SURF Application

Issued in December 2010.

This document provides the minimum operational, Safety, and Performance Requirements (SPR) and Interoperability Requirements (INTEROP) for the implementation of enhanced Airborne Traffic Situational Awareness (ATSA) for Surface (SURF) Operations.

The primary goal of the ATSA-SURF application is to reduce the potential for errors, runway and taxiway incursions, and collisions by providing enhanced situational awareness to the flight crew operating an aircraft on the airport surface, and including final approach, landing and takeoff operations in the vicinity of the airport surface.

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ED-175 - Safety and Performance requirements (SPR) for Aeronautical Information Services (AIS) and Meteorological (MET) Data Link Services


No longer maintained

Issued in January 2011.

This document specifies minimal baseline operational Safety and Performance Requirements (SPR) for the data link delivery of AIS and MET information as the primary means of communications between air and ground.

The aim of the AIS and MET data link services is to provide aeronautical and meteorological information for flight efficiency and/or hazard avoidance in all flight environments.

Four AIS/MET data link services are covered in this SPR: an aeronautical update service that provides current updates of aeronautical information; and three weather decision services that provide current updates of meteorological information designed to support flight crew decisions in three time categories (planning, near term and immediate decisions). The document is based on a notional architecture and is not intended for implementation and operational use until validation activities are completed. It provides a framework and a methodology to be used as the basis for assessing implementation of new data link systems or architectures as candidates for AIS and/or MET data link services.

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ED-179B - MASP for Enhanced Vision Systems and Synthetic Vision Systems and Combined Vision Systems and Enhanced Flight Vision Systems

Issued in September 2011.

This document addresses Enhanced Vision Systems (EVS), Synthetic Vision Systems (SVS) and Combined Vision Systems (CVS) technologies. DO-315B adds system design criteria for use of SVS for lower-than-standard Category I ILS minima.

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ED-181 - Guidance for the Development of Airborne Collision Avoidance Systems

Issued in September 2010.

This document discusses the role of airborne collision avoidance from other traffic.

The purpose is to provide guidance on the design of airborne collision avoidance systems. While the paper contains many statements that probably imply the need for requirements, it is not a requirements document, and the words “shall” and “should” have been avoided where possible.

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ED-194A - Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for Aircraft Surveillance Applications (ASA) System (Including Supplement)

Issued in June 2014.

This document contains Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for the Aircraft Surveillance Applications (ASA) System. These standards specify system characteristics that should be useful to designers, manufacturers, installers and users of the equipment.

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ED-195A - Safety and Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for Airborne Spacing Flight-deck Interval Management (ASPA-FIM)

Issued in September 2015.

This document provides the minimum operational, Safety and Performance Requirements (SPR) and Interoperability Requirements (INTEROP) to implement Airborne Spacing (ASPA) - Flight Deck Interval Management (FIM) in support of an identified set of operational scenarios.

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ED-109A - Software Integrity Assurance Considerations for Communication and Navigation and Surveillance and Air Traffic Management (CNS/ATM) Systems

Issued in January 2012.

This document provides guidelines for the assurance of software contained in non-airborne CNS/ATM systems and provides recommendations for the production of that software commensurate with a level of confidence in safety. ED-109A defines a set of objectives recommended to establish assurance that the developed CNS/ATM software has the integrity needed for use in a safety-related application.

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ED-110B - Interoperability Requirements Standard for Aeronautical Telecommunication Network Baseline 1 (Interop ATN B1)

Issued in December 2007.

ED-110B is an update of, and supersedes, ED-110A of August 2004. It provides the interoperability requirements standard for the initial implementation of the Aeronautical Telecommunications network (ATN), which supports several Air Traffic Services.

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ED-110B Change 1 - Interoperability Requirements Standard for Aeronautical Telecommunication Network Baseline 1 (Interop ATN B1)

Issued in March 2014.

Change 1 to ED-110B.

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ED-201 - Aeronautical Information System Security (AISS) Framework Guidance

Issued in December 2015.

This document describes the overarching context of the shared responsibility for Aeronautical Information Systems Security (AISS) through the identification and description of topics, which have to be addressed. It also provides an introduction to all documents related to Aeronautical Information Systems Security (AISS) published by EUROCAE, which are (at the time of publication):


• ED-202A Airworthiness Security Process Specification
• ED-203 Airworthiness Security Methods and Considerations
• ED-204 Information Security Guidance for Continuing Airworthiness


These documents are complemented by ER-013 "Aeronautical Information System Security Glossary".

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ED-111 - Functional specifications for CNS/ATM Recording (including Amendment N°1 – 30 July 2003)

Issued in July 2002.

It provides requirements for ground recording of CNS/ATM messages transmitted from and to aircraft, ATC and Airlines facilities.

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ED-202A - Airworthiness Security Process Specification

Issued in June 2014.

This document is a resource for Airworthiness Authorities (AA) and the aviation industry for certification when the development or modification of aircraft systems and the effects of intentional unauthorized electronic interaction can affect aircraft safety. It deals with the activities that need to be performed in support of the airworthiness process when it comes to the threat of intentional unauthorized electronic interaction (the “What”).

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ED-112A - MOPS for Crash Protected Airborne Recorder Systems

Issued in September 2013.

This document defines the minimum specification to be met for all aircraft required to carry flight recorders which may record flight data; cockpit audio; images and data link digital messages; in a crash survivable recording medium for the purposes of the investigation of an occurrence (accident or incident). It is applicable to on board crash-protected recorders, ancillary equipment and their installation in civil aircraft.

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ED-113 - Aircraft Lightning Direct Effects Certification

Issued in September 2002.

It provides guidance for a means of compliance with regulations against lightning direct effects for aircraft of conventional design or involving new technologies.

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ED-203 - Airworthiness Security Methods and Considerations

Issued in September 2015.

This document provides a set of methods and guidelines that may be used within the airworthiness security process defined in ED-202A / DO-326A.

The current version of this document only provides the first set of guidance for methods; subsequent versions will provide further examples.

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ED-204 - Information Security Guidance for Continuing Airworthiness

Issued in June 2014.

ED-204 provides guidance for the following stages of the product life cycle: operation, support, maintenance, administration and deconstruction.

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ED-114A - MOPS for Global Navigation Satellite Ground Based Augmentation System Ground Equipment to Support Category I Operations

Issued in March 2013.

This document contains Minimum Operational Performance Specification (MOPS) for a Ground Based Augmentation System (GBAS) Ground Subsystem, as part of a Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) to support Category I precision approach and landing based on GPS L1.

Change 1 to ED-114A was issued in October 2017.

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ED-215 - Software Tool Qualification Considerations

Issued in January 2012.

Software tools are widely used in multiple domains to assist in developing, verifying and controlling other software.

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ED-115 - MOPS for Light Aviation Secondary Surveillance Radar Transponders

Issued in August 2002.

This document specifies the LAST operational performance.


This low cost transponder is dedicated to equip general and light aviation including microlight aircraft, gliders, air balloons, UAV and other small aircraft, and should contribute to the improvement of global aviation safety.

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ED-216 - Formal Methods supplement to ED-12C and ED-109A

Issued in January 2012.

This supplement identifies the additions, modifications and substitutions to ED-12C and ED-109A objectives when formal methods are used as part of a software life cycle, and the additional guidance required. It discusses those aspects of airworthiness certification that pertain to the production of software, using formal methods for systems approved using ED-12C.

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ED-116 - MOPS for Surface Movement Radar Sensor Systems for Use in A-SMGCS

Issued in January 2004.

This document specifies the minimum performance specifications for basic Surface Movement Radar(SMR) application in a multi-sensor A-SMGCS. A SMR provides non-cooperative detection of moving and stationary objects on the surface of an aerodrome.

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ED-217 - Object-Oriented Technology and Related Techniques Supplement to ED-12C and ED-109A

Issued in January 2012.

This supplement identifies the additions, modifications and deletions to ED-12C and ED-109A objectives when object-oriented technology or related techniques are used as part of the software development life cycle and additional guidance is required.

This supplement, in conjunction with ED-12C, is intended to provide a common framework for the evaluation and acceptance of object-oriented technology (OOT) and related techniques (RT)-based systems.

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ED-117A - MOPS for Mode S Multilateration Systems for Use in Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS)

Issued in September 2016.

This EUROCAE Minimum Operational Performance Specification (MOPS) specifies the minimum performance requirements for a Multilateration (MLAT) System which is one of the co-operative sensors for use in Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control Systems (A-SMGCS).

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ED-218 - Model-Based development and verification supplement to ED-12C and ED-109A

Issued in January 2012.

This supplement contains modifications and additions to ED-12C and ED-109A. Objectives, activities, explanatory text and software life cycle data that should be addressed when model-based development and verification are used as part of the software life cycle.

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ED-219 - Aircraft Fuel Cell Safety Guidelines

Issued in February 2013.

The purpose of this document is to identify the unique safety criteria for the integration of fuel cell systems into aircraft. This document relates to the overall design, construction, operation and safety of fuel cell installations for aircraft including the integration of the fuel systems (and other fuel cell systems containing potentially hazardous fluids as defined in this document) into the aircraft.

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ED-220 - Guidelines for the Verification and Validation of AMDB ASRN for Routing Applications

Issued in March 2013.

This is a guidance document on the concepts, methods, and criteria for verification and validation of an Aerodrome Surface Routing Network (ASRN). The ASRN of an Aerodrome Mapping Database (AMDB) is a connected network defined by node and edge features that support taxi routing functions (e.g. D-Taxi) and other applications (e.g. the ones developed within SESAR and NextGen). Such applications contribute to situational awareness as well as safety, capacity, and efficiency of operations.

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ED-119C - Interchange Standards for Terrain and Obstacle and Aerodrome Mapping Data

Issued in October 2015.

A common database interchange standard for terrain, obstacle, and aerodrome databases is a key success factor for the implementation of digital functions in the aviation domain. It will enable a common interchange between data originators, data integrators, and system designers. It increases efficiency and safety.

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ED-221A - Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System II (TCAS II) Hybrid Surveillance

Issued in December 2015.

Revision A to ED-221 (which is technically identical to RTCA DO-300A plus Change 1) provides additional requirements to help prevent spurious Resolution Advisories during transitions from active to passive surveillance.

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ED-120 - Safety and Performance Requirements Standard For Initial Air Traffic Data Link Services In Continental Airspace (SPR IC)

Issued in May 2004.

This document defines and allocates the set of minimum requirements for the operational, safety, and performance aspects for initial implementations of data link services supporting Air Traffic Services in continental airspace.

These services include Data Link Initiation Capability (DLIC), Data link services for ATC communications, Flight Information Service (FIS) and Data link services for surveillance (FLIPCY).

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ED-222 - Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communications System (AeroMACS) profile

Issued in November 2013.

This Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communications System (AeroMACS) Profile document specifies the unique adaptations required to enable the current IEEE 802.16-2009 standard to specify technical requirements for wireless data communications to mobile stations on an airport surface.


The purpose and scope section concentrates on introducing the technology and describes the process for the AeroMACS profile development. It defines the bounds of the investigations, the required cooperation between RTCA, EUROCAE, and the WiMAX Forum™ and provides a clear scope prescribing guidelines for profile development. In this section various glossary terms used in the document are described.

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ED-120 Change 1 – Safety and Performance Requirements Standard For Initial Air Traffic Data Link Services In Continental Airspace (SPR IC)

Issued in April 2007.

Change 1 to ED-120.

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ED-223 - Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for the Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communication System (AeroMACS

Issued in October 2013.

This document contains Minimum Operational Performance Standards for both the Airborne Component and Ground Based base station of the Aeronautical Mobile Airport Communication System (AeroMACS).

Compliance with these standards is recommended as one means of assuring that the equipment will perform its intended function(s) satisfactorily under all conditions normally encountered in routine aeronautical operation. Any regulatory application of this document is the sole responsibility of appropriate governmental agencies. These standards specify system characteristics that should be useful to designers, manufacturers, installers and users of the equipment.

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ED-224 - MASPS for Flight Guidance System (FGS) Coupled to Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System (TCAS)

Issued in March 2014.

The purpose of this document is to provide guidance when designing, installing and testing Flight Guidance System coupling to TCAS.

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ED-120 Change 2 – Safety and Performance Requirements Standard For Initial Air Traffic Data Link Services In Continental Airspace (SPR IC)

Issued in October 2007.

Change 2 to ED-120.

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ED-225 - Ice and Rain Minimum Qualification Standards for Pitot and Pitot-Static Probes

Issued in February 2016.

This standard provides a consistent means to evaluate electrically heated Pitot and Pitot-static probes for in-flight ice and rain conditions that may be experienced in service.

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ED-227 - Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) AeroMACS

Issued in September 2016.

The purpose of this MASPS is to define the system performance requirements and to outline possible implementation options (architectures, use cases) for AeroMACS.

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ED-121 - MOPS for Trolleys and Containers and Associated Equipment Components

Issued in September 2004.

This document specifies the minimum performance requirements of in-flight trolleys, containers and associated equipment such as drawers, trays and waste bin liners intended for installation in galleys and other areas of transport category aeroplanes.

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ED-228A - Safety and Performance Requirements Standard for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communications (Baseline 2 SPR Standard)

Issued in March 2016.

This standard provides the operational, safety, and performance requirements (SPR) for the implementation of data communication services that support air traffic services (ATS). It is intended to support the communication element of the implementation of communication, navigation, and surveillance / air traffic management (CNS/ATM) systems in worldwide application.

Data link communications are expected to be used for routine or frequent types of transactions.

Data link communications are expected to be used for communication functions in which the use of voice communication is considered inefficient or unnecessary, thereby reducing voice-channel use and, where resulting controller workload reduction allows increases in sector size, reduction in the number of required voice channels.

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ED-122 - Safety and Performance Standard for Air Traffic Data Link Services in Oceanic and Remote Airspace (Oceanic SPR Standard)

Issued in December 2007.


This standard provides the operational, safety, and performance requirements (SPR) for the implementation of air traffic data link services in oceanic and remote airspace. It is intended to be used by air traffic service providers (ATSPs), communication service providers, aircraft manufacturers/modifiers, operators, military, and civil aviation authorities for the implementation of communication, navigation, and surveillance/air traffic management (CNS/ATM) systems in worldwide application.

 

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ED-229A - Interoperability Requirements Standard for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communications (Baseline 2 Interop Standard)

Issued in March 2016.

This document provides the interoperability requirements (INTEROP) standard for the implementation of the Air Traffic Service (ATS) applications supporting the Baseline 2 data link services as specified in the Baseline 2 Safety and Performance Requirements (SPR) document [10]. This document addresses the interoperability of the ATS applications using the Aeronautical Telecommunication Network (ATN).

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ED-230A - Interoperability Requirements Standard for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communications and FANS 1/A Accommodation (FANS 1/A – Baseline 2 Interop Standard)

Issued in March 2016.

This standard was developed to enable air traffic service providers (ATSPs) to interoperate with FANS 1/A data link equipped aircraft. The standard is intended to support the goal of converging oceanic and continental data link applications.

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ED-231A - Interoperability Requirements Standard for Baseline 2 ATS Data Communications and ATN Baseline 1 Accommodation (ATN Baseline 1 - Baseline 2 Interop Standard)

Issued in March 2016.

This standard was developed to enable air traffic service providers (ATSPs) to interoperate with data link equipped aircraft when one of the systems is still compliant with the Baseline 1 Standard.

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ED-232 - Safety and Performance and Interoperability Requirements document for Traffic Situation Awareness with Alerts (TSAA)

Issued in June 2014.

This document provides the minimum operational, Safety and Performance Requirements (SPR) and Interoperability Re uirements INTEROP) for the implementation of Traffic Situation Awareness with Alerts TSAA)

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ED-122 Change 1 - Safety and Performance Standard for Air Traffic Data Link Services in Oceanic and Remote Airspace (Oceanic SPR Standard)

Issued in February 2011.

This document provides unambiguous Controller-Pilot Datalink Communications (CPDLC) Message definitions that will be used by FANS 1/A Datalink systems in support of In-Trail Procedures (ITP) operations. It includes changes resulting from work on Advanced ATS Datalink services definition. The Sections and Tables affected are provided. The document is a coordinated effort with RTCA.

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ED-233 - Safety and Performance Requirements document for CDTI Assisted Visual Separation (CAVS)

Issued in June 2014.

This document provides the minimum operational, Safety and Performance Requirements (SPR) for the implementation of the “CDTI (Cockpit Display of Traffic Information) Assisted Visual Separation” (CAVS) application.

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ED-234 - User Guide Supplement to ED-14G

Issued in January 2015.

The purpose of this document is to provide users of ED-14G/DO-160G additional background information for the associated test procedures and requirements in ED-14G.

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ED-235 - MASPS for Foreign Object Debris Detection System

Issued in February 2016.

This document is the Minimum Aviation System Performance Specification (MASPS) for Automatic FOD Detection Systems. It specifies system and equipment characteristics that should be used by designers, installers, manufacturers, service providers and users of systems intended for operational use at aerodromes. Functional requirements are used wherever possible to allow flexibility in the design of sub-system equipment.

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ED-236 - Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for Flight-deck Interval Management (FIM)

Issued in November 2015.

This document was prepared jointly by EUROCAE Working Group 51 (WG-51) and RTCA Special Committee 186 (SC-186).

This document contains the Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for the Flight-deck-based Interval Management (FIM) application building upon the MOPS for the Aircraft Surveillance Applications (ASA) System.

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ED-237 - MASPS for Criteria to detect In-Flight Aircraft Distress Events to trigger Transmission of Flight Information

Issued in February 2016.

This document defines the minimum specification to be met for criteria which can be used to detect an in-flight aircraft distress event and to trigger the transmission of sufficient information for the purpose of locating an accident site. It only specifies characteristics that are relevant to the logic used for event detection and trigger activation/cancellation. These characteristics should be useful as guidance material to regulatory authorities, designers, installers, manufacturers, service providers and users of systems intended for operation.

Compliance with these specifications is recommended as one means of assuring that the criteria will meet the intended function(s) satisfactorily under the specific conditions encountered in distress conditions, as well as under conditions normally encountered in routine aeronautical operations for the environments intended. The MASPS may be implemented by one or more regulatory documents and/or advisory documents (for example certifications, authorisations, approvals, commissioning, advisory circulars, notices) and may be implemented in part or in total. Any regulatory application of this document is the sole responsibility of appropriate governmental authorities.

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ED-239 - Aircraft Design and Certification for Portable Electronic Device (PED) Tolerance

Issued in December 2016.

This documents complements ED-130A.

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ED-240 - Minimum Aviation System Performance Specification for Remote Tower Optical Systems

Issued in September 2016.

This Minimum Aviation System Performance Specification (MASPS) document pertains to remote tower optical systems, and is applicable to all optical sensor configurations that could be used to implement remotely-operated ATS for an aerodrome. The specific configuration of the optical system will be a matter for individual implémentations.

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ER-001 - Evaluation of a Proposal to Replace the TCAS RA “Adjust Vertical Speed” With “Level-Off”

Issued in September 2011.

This report concerns SA-AVSA: the unintentional response in the wrong direction to “Adjust Vertical Speed, Adjust” (AVSA) RAs. An investigation of this issue and of its causes has been conducted by the Operations Working Group (OWG) of RTCA SC147 ([RTCA1]). RTCA SC147 has already validated a solution (referred to as CP112E) to SA01 ([RTCA2]).

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ER-002 - Policy Guidance for Fuel Tank Structural Lightning Protection Policy

Issued in February 2010.

This document is intended to provide guidance to manufacturers who may apply this policy to their type design programs and to establish criteria to encourage a consistent approach be applied across industry. The content of this document has been developed by the SAE AE-2 and EUROCAE WG-31 lightning committees.

Manufacturers should coordinate directly with their certifying authority to ensure that their proposed application of this policy is acceptable and the means of compliance and compliance data planned are sufficient for certification.

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ER-003 - Definition and Taxonomy for Foreign Object Debris

Issued in May 2013.

The aim of this work is to develop a universally agreed and unambiguous definition of what constitutes Foreign Object Debris (in the context of an aerodrome) and how it can be usefully classified.

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ER-004 - A Concept for UAS Airworthiness Certification and Operational Approval

Issued in November 2010.

The overall Concept report comprises five volumes and one supplement:
ER-004_Volume 1: General Considerations for Civilian Operation of Unmanned Aircraft
ER-004_Volume 2: Unmanned Aircraft System Operations
ER-004_Volume 3: Unmanned Aircraft Systems Airworthiness Certification
ER-004_Volume 4: Unmanned Aircraft Systems for Visual Line of Sight Operations
ER-004_Volume 5: Command and Control Considerations for Unmanned Aircraft
Note: At the time of publication of ER-004 volumes 1 to 4, volume 5 is still in the process of being developed.
ER-004_Supplement: Abbreviations and Terminology for Unmanned Aircraft Systems.

The five volumes of this report, together with a terminology supplement, present concepts for the airworthiness certification, operational approval, radio spectrum provision, and security management of unmanned aircraft systems. The goal is to contribute to the establishment of a regulatory framework based on the existing regulatory environment for civil aviation that will allow qualified unmanned aircraft to operate in airspace without segregation from manned aircraft and without degrading airspace efficiency and safety.

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ER-005 - Contiguous Aircraft/System Development Process Example

Issued in June 2012.

This document provides additional supporting material for the implementation of the processes described in ED-79A/ARP4754A. Although technically identical, the documents (ER-005 and AIR 6110) present a limited number of editorial differences. ED-79A/ARP4754A contains information which places the information in this ER in context. This ER should be used in conjunction with the main body and the appendices of ED-79A/ARP4754A. In addition, this example shows the interrelationships with ARP4761.

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ED-123 - MOPS for Flight Deck Door Monitoring System

Issued in March 2005.


This document provides a specification for the minimum performance requirements of a system to provide the flight crew with a view of the area outside the flight deck door. It provides information on the design, installation and certification of the system and is expected to become a basis for new equipment and installation standards.

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ER-006 - Intermediate Guidance Material for Compliance Demonstration related to Lightning Protection of Fuel Tank Structure 25.981 requirements

Issued in October 2014.

This report is intended to provide guidance to applicants who seek to apply this 2014 Policy Statement to their type design programs and to establish criteria to encourage a consistent approach be applied across industry.

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ED-124 - Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) Development and Guidance and Certification Consideration

Issued in June 2007.

This document provides guidance for IMA developers, integrators, applicants, and those involved in the approval and continued airworthiness of IMA systems. It provides specific guidance for the assurance of IMA systems as differentiated from traditional federated avionics.

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ER-007 - Recommendations for revision of ED-78A

Issued in June 2012.

The report addresses coordination processes leading towards safety, performance and interoperability assessment, with an eventual aim to support also airworthiness certification and operational approval.

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ED-125 - Process for Specifying Risk Classification Scheme and Deriving Safety Objectives in ATM

Issued on March 2010.

This document provides guidelines for the specification of a Risk Classification Scheme (RCS) within the framework of EUROCONTROL Safety Regulatory Requirements ESARR 4 “Risk Assessment and Mitigation in ATM” (Ref[1]).


This document may be used in supporting National Regulators and ATM Service Providers (ATMSP) to specify a common and harmonized Risk Classification Scheme and to derive quantitative Safety Objectives tailored to the ATM service provision in their operational environment in order to drive their ATM system design.

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ER-009 - Guidance Material for the Generation of Aerodrome Mapping Databases

Issued in December 12.

This document provides guidance for Aerodrome Mapping Database (AMDB) generation. It is aligned with ED-99B, User Requirements for Aerodrome Mapping Information, and ED-119A, Interchange Standards for Terrain, Obstacle and Aerodrome Mapping Data. Updates and changes resulting from new revisions ED-99C and ED-119B as listed in APPENDIX B are not considered and not included in this document, but may follow in a subsequent version.

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ER-010 - UAS / RPAS Airworthiness Certification - “1309” System Safety Objectives and Assessment Criteria

Issued in July 2013.

EUROCAE WG-73 has reviewed and debated the topics related to UAS Safety objectives and assessment criteria.

This document addresses UAS applications with no people onboard.

The purpose of this EUROCAE report is, on one hand to sum up the results of these debates and reviews on selected major topics and on the other hand to provide a set of subsequent recommendations to the official bodies, such as the EASA and European Commission, as also identified in the ERSG Roadmap.

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ER-011 - Validation of the FGS Coupled to TCAS MASPS Requirements

Issued in November 2013.

The project consists in verifying that the requirements included in the MASPS under development (i.e. ED-224) are acceptable as they slightly vary from the simulations conducted in the context of the SESAR work that were used as the basis for the MASPS development.

This document describes the simulations conducted, the results obtained and concludes on the acceptability of the MASPS requirements.

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ER-012 - Command and Control and ATC Communications Operational Concept (C3 CONOPS) for Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS)

Issued in June 2015.

A widely shared commitment to integrate “remotely piloted aircraft systems” (RPAS) into the European airspace has been building up for several years. Such a development in aviation operations must be supported by the demonstration that RPAS meet the current safety requirement and do not decrease the current safety levels.


Several initiatives aimed to achieve this integration of RPAS are progressing rapidly and in parallel but their coordination is loose. This is a source of concern in the light of the need for consistency, standardisation and interoperability, especially in a critical domain like Command, Control and ATC Communications (C3).

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ER-013 - Aeronautical Information System Security Glossary

Issued in December 2015.

This document is concerned with providing a glossary of terms for Aeronautical Information Systems Security (AISS). This Glossary is primarily intended to provide assistance to the users of the following EUROCAE Documents:


- ED-201 Aeronautical Information System Security (AISS) Framework Guidance (2015)
- ED-202A Airworthiness Security Process Specification (2014)
- ED-203 Airworthiness Security Methods and Considerations (2015)
- ED-204 Information Security Guidance for Continuing Airworthiness (2014).


The definitions represent the meanings understood and shared by the Aeronautical Information System Security Community and each Term in the Glossary definitions has a cross reference to the information source

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ED-126 - Safety and Performance and Interoperability Requirements Document for ADS-B-NRA Application

Issued in December 2006.


This document was developed based on guidance for SPR and INTEROP standards contained in EUROCAE ED-78A/RTCA DO-264, "Guidelines for Approval of the Provision and Use of Air Traffic Services Supported by Data Communications". This document provides the minimum ADS-B-NRA requirements and allocations of these requirements to both air and ground domains.

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ER-014 - Light Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (LRPAS) Visual Line of Sight (VLOS) Operations Guidance material for Regulators and Operators

Issued in April 2016.

The document contains guidance material to facilitate the approval and safe execution of Visual Line of Sight (VLOS) operations by Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS). It provides background information on the aspects of Safety, Security, Organisational Approvals and Flight Crew proficiency necessary to implement a risk based approach for the approval of operations in VLOS scenarios.

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ED-96 - Requirements Specification for an Avionics Computer Resource (ACR)

Issued in July 2000.

An Avionics Computer Resource is a general purpose computer platform which provides a hardware capability, together with core software and signal conditioning, which can implement a number of different avionics functions and can interface with a variety of avionics systems. This document provides a framework in which the development and certification processes of an ACR can be implemented. Descriptions are given of the documentation, configuration tools and environment which must be specified by the ACR supplier.

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ED-244 - UAS / RPAS FLIGHT CREW LICENSING Skill Test and Proficiency Check Report Form

Issued in February 2017.

Aircraft shall be operated in accordance with the applicable requirements and standards like those in, e.g., the Annexes to the ICAO convention. The first of these Annexes, ‘Personnel Licensing’ addresses inter alia the licensing of pilots on basis of knowledge, experience, and skills, in which:


- Knowledge is tested by theoretical exams,
- Experience is obtained by actual flying, and
- Skills are verified by an examiner during a skill test (or ‘proficiency check’) and recorded on a checklist, known as ‘proficiency check / skill test form’.

Unmanned aircraft1 are not different from their manned counterparts, whilst operating

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ED-241 - Minimum Operational Performance Specification for Altimetry Function

Issued in February 2017.

This minimum operational performance specification covers altimetry function.

It is designed to ensure that compliant equipment for altimetry function will meet the performance standard required to support Reduced Vertical Separation Minima (RVSM) operation throughout the operational life of the system.

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ED-238 - Operational Services and Environment Definition (OSED) for Traffic Awareness and Collision Avoidance (TAACAS) in Class A and B and C Airspace for Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) Operating under Instrument Flight Rules

Issued in April 2017.

This document is the Operational Services and Environment Definition (OSED) for the Traffic Awareness and Collision Avoidance capability of a Remotely Piloted Aircraft System (RPAS) operating in Class A, B and C Airspace under Instrument Flight Rules and abnormal operation in the other airspace from D to G.

 

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ED-137/1C - Interoperability Standards For VoIP ATM Components (Volume 1: Radio)

Issued in April 2017.

The present document proposes a profile standard for the use of SIP to establish, terminate and modify speech media sessions of the Ground Radio communication service in an Air Traffic Services Ground Voice Network (AGVN).

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ED-147A - ATM Validation Platforms Interoperability Specification

Issued in April 2017.

This document specifies a Common Standard for the Interoperability of ATM Validation Platforms of various origins in order for them to be capable of running jointly in the common framework of a common ATM Simulation validation exercise.

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ED-245 - MASPS for Installation of Fuel Cell Systems on Large Civil Aircraft
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ED-242 - MASPS for AMS(R)S Data and Voice Communications Supporting Required Communications Performance (RCP) and Required Surveillance Performance (RSP)

Issued in April 2017.

This document contains Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) for Aeronautic Mobile Satellite (Route) Services (AMS(R)S) that provide safety communications to aircraft in airspace where 1) procedural separation is applied or 2) ATS surveillance services are provided.

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ED-243 “Minimum Operational Performance Standards for Avionics Supporting Next Generation Satellite Systems (NGSS)”

Issued in April 2017.

This document is an update to the DO-262B MOPS - Minimum Operational Performance Standards for Avionics Supporting Next Generation Satellite Systems (NGSS). The main purpose of the update is to add the new safety data services (ACARS and ATN/OSI) to the technology specific Appendix E for Inmarsat’s avionics. These services are enabled by the new security and datalink gateways to be implemented in the AES. The new services are referred as Enhanced Service Set throughout the appendix E.

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ED-246 - Process Specification for Wireless On-board Avionics Networks

Issued in July 2017.

This document is intended to provide guidance on the airworthiness certification process for electronic aircraft equipment installed or integrated on board an aircraft, featuring a wireless communication function to allow for exchange of information with other equipment installed or integrated on board the same aircraft. These wireless communication functions are part of the aircraft configuration and their proper functioning will need to be approved through airworthiness certification authorities. These systems are named Wireless On-board Avionics Network (WOBAN) systems throughout this document.

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ER-015 - Feasibility study weather radar for ice crystal detection

Issued in August 2017.

In parallel with the US HIWC and European HAIC projects, the European Organization for Civil Aviation Equipment (EUROCAE) Working Group WG-95 (Long Range Awareness subgroup), in association with the RTCA Special Committee SC-230, was tasked with demonstrating the maturity and the feasibility of using an X-band radar system for long-range detection of ice crystal conditions.
This feasibility study document details the context of the study and a description of the intended function (situational display of regions ahead of the aircraft that present potential hazards to the aircraft due to ice crystals).

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ED-114A Change 1 - MOPS for Global Navigation Satellite Ground based Augmentation System Ground Equipment to Support Category I Operations

Issued in October 2017.

Change 1 to ED-114A.

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ED-247 - Technical Specification for Virtual Interoperable Simulation for Tests of Avionics Systems in Virtual or Hybrid Bench

Issued in October 2017.

Physical test benches used in the aircraft development process are complex platforms with high initial and recurring costs. They are generally on the critical path of the development and cannot be easily multiplied to increase the validation capacity.
One way to avoid these difficulties can be Virtual Testing approach. It is a promising solution that has already demonstrated its benefits in other industries like Cell phone. However, in the avionics industry, it brings specific challenges as systems are complex, hardware heterogeneous and coming from multiple suppliers with different infrastructures.

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ED-103A - MOPS for Inflight Icing Detection Systems

Issued in November 2017.

This document supersedes ED-103 "MOPS for Inflight Icing Detection Systems".


The document has been updated to address:


a. Supercooled Large Drops (SLD) Icing Conditions of CS-25/14 CFR part 25, Appendix O.
b. Ice Water (Ice Crystals and Mixed-Phase) Icing Conditions of CS-25, Appendix P/14 CFR part 33, Appendix D.
c. CS-25/14 CFR part 25, Appendix O and CS-25, Appendix P/14 CFR part 33, Appendix D and associated regulatory and regulatory compliance means changes on FIDS equipment design, tests and demonstration.

 

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ED-250 - Minimum Operational Performance Standard for a Runway Overrun Awareness and Alerting System

Issued in December 2017.

This document defines the Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for a Runway Overrun Awareness and Alerting System (ROAAS). These standards specify system characteristics and requirements that should be useful to designers, manufacturers, installers, certification authorities and users of the Equipment.

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ED-249 - MASPS for Aircraft State Awareness Synthetic Vision Systems

Issued in January 2018.

This MASPS provides high level system requirements for an Aircraft State Awareness SVS (ASA SVS). This document expands the previously defined DO-315A intended function of an SVS beyond that of supplemental view of the external scene to include enhanced aircraft attitude and energy state awareness. This document defines a system that is intended to be presented full-time on the pilots’ full color Primary Flight Displays (PFD).

 

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ED-248 - Guide to Civil Aircraft Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

Issued in January 2018.

The document has to:

- provide guidance and best practices for demonstrating civil aircraft
   electromagnetic compatibility, and
- address compliance with aircraft safety requirements and consider intended performance of non-required
  and non-essential aircraft systems as potential source of nuisance.

Guidance has to be developed for equipment EMC qualification, aircraft system level verification,
wiring installation and aircraft level EMC verification. The most relevant approaches have to be
identified, developed and properly documented.

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ED-148 - Guidance to Achieve ATM Validation Platforms Interoperability

Issued in January 2018.

This document aims to provide guidance for those who want to achieve Interoperability for their ATM Validation Platforms. It refers to EUROCAE ED-147A ATM Validation Platforms Interoperability Specification [ED-1].
The document complements ED-147A [ED-1] by proposing a common collaboration model that aims to support ATM Validation Platform stakeholders to reach their goal of working together in a collaborative way. It provides examples and best practices from validation exercises using Interoperable ATM Validation Platforms from different ATM Domains.

 

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ER-016 - RPAS 5030-5091 MHz CNPC LOS and BLOS compatibility study

Issued in March 2018.

This document presents a compatibility study between a Line-of-Sight (also referred to as Terrestrial) and Beyond-Line-of-Sight (also referred to as Satellite) system operating in the 5030-5091MHz frequency band.

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ED-251 - Operational Services and Environment Definition for RPAS Automatic Taxiing

Issued in April 2018.

The purpose of this Operational Services and Environment Definition (OSED) is to provide a basis for assessing and establishing operational, safety, performance, and interoperability requirements for the Automatic Taxiing capabilities for a Remoted Piloted Aircraft System.

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ED-252 - Operational Services and Environment Definition for RPAS Automatic Take-off and Landing

Issued in May 2018.

This Operational Services and Environment Definition (OSED) document provides the basis for assessing and establishing operational, safety, performance and interoperability requirements for the Automatic Take-Off and Landing (ATOL) capability of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS), requirements further detailed in the associated complementary documents: Interoperability (INTEROP) and Safety and Performance Requirements (SPR) documents. This chapter introduces the ATOL concept, illustrates the organization of the information to describe the concept and lists the inputs used as reference baseline.

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ER-008 - Development of Atmospheric Neutron Single Event Effects Analysis for Use in Safety Assessments

Issued in April 2018.

Development of Atmospheric Neutron Single Event Effects Analysis for Use in Safety Assessments
Work carried out jointly with SAE

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