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AEEC Technical Application Bulletins

Discrete Input/Output Impedance of ARINC Characteristics
(Reference: 04-171/ABN-001)

Summary:
This Technical Application Bulletin provides guidance to avionics manufacturers and aircraft systems integrators for attaining proper operation when interfacing discrete signal outputs from one avionics set with discrete signal inputs of other avionics. Some newer avionics are configured with discrete outputs that include short circuit protection. Such equipment will fault when working into large capacitive loads. Guidelines are provided herein for attaining interoperability.


UML Model and Data Sample Files for ARINC Specification 816
(Reference: 06-014/ABN-09)

Summary:
ARINC Specification 816: Embedded interchange Format for Airport Mapping Database, Section 3.0 and 4.0 define the schema for the airport mapping database. Section 5.0 provides a virtual airport data sample in the ARINC 816 coding. In this bulletin this information is provided digitally. It can be used to design ARINC 816-compliant data conversion software and to review the airport data sample in detail.

Security Use Cases
(Reference: 08-205/ABN-023)

Summary:
This TAB documents various security scenarios which are intended to
ultimately be included in a security guidance document.

IP Addresses Used Onboard Aircraft
(Reference: 08-199/ABN-024)

Summary:
ARINC 664 Aircraft Data Network Part 4: Internet-based Address Structure and Assigned Numbers, identifies IP address ranges for various domains onboard the aircraft. This TAB collects known IP address assignments for various aircraft and ground system implementations in order to reduce conflicts among the various systems connected to the onboard IP network.


IP Addresses Used Onboard Aircraft
(Reference: 09-003/ABN-026)

Summary:
ARINC 664 Aircraft Data Network Part 4:  Internet-based Address Structure and Assigned Numbers, identifies IP address ranges for various domains onboard the aircraft. This TAB collects known IP address assignments for various aircraft and ground system implementations in order to reduce conflicts among the various systems connected to the onboard IP network.


Considerations for the Incorporation of Cyber Security in the Development of Industry Standards (Reference: 12-180/ABN-35A)

Summary:
The security process begins with a common overview of aircraft security and the proper security considerations provided by ARINC Report 811 with further details provided in the development of additional industry standards.

This Technical Application Bulletin provides cyber security considerations for use in an aircraft environment. It represents the security experience and best practices available at the time of its writing. This document will be updated as the need arises.


Cyclic Redundancy Codes (CRC) Test Cases
(Reference: 13-047/ABN-41)

Summary:
ARINC Report 665, Loadable Software Standards, Section 4.0 defines the use of Cyclic Redundancy Codes (CRC), also known as Cyclic Redundancy Checks.

Staff Contact

Paul Prisaznuk
AEEC Executive Secretary
pjp@sae-itc.org
240.334.2579