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400 Series ARINC Specifications and Reports provide a design foundation for equipment specified per the ARINC 500 and 700 Series. They include guidelines for installation, wiring, data buses, databases, and general guidance.
500 Series ARINC Characteristics define analog avionics equipment still used widely on the B-727, DC-9, and DC-10, as well as -on early models of B-737, B-747, and A-300 aircraft.
600 Series ARINC Specifications and Reports define enabling technologies that provide a design foundation for equipment specified per the ARINC 700 Series of digital avionics systems. Among the topics covered by Specifications are data link protocols
700 Series ARINC Characteristics define digital systems and equipment installed on current-model production aircraft. They include definitions of form, fit, function, and interface for line replaceable units (LRUs) in a federated architecture.
800 Series ARINC Specifications and Reports define enabling technologies supporting the networked aircraft environment. Among the topics covered in this series is fiber optics used in high-speed data buses.
CD-ROM material includes workshop material and AEEC - AMC - FSEMC archive publications released to the public during the associated calendar year.
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These standards are no longer recommended for use for new equipment designs.
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