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Označenie: STN EN 302 842-2 V1.3.1
Slovenský názov: Režim 4 digitálneho spoja VHF (VDL) rádiových zariadení vzduch-zem a vzduch-vzduch. Technické charakteristiky a meracie metódy na letecké pohyblivé (palubné) zariadenia. Časť 2: Všeobecný opis a vrstva dátového spoja
Anglický názov: VHF air-ground and air-air Digital Link (VDL) Mode 4 radio equipment; Technical characteristics and methods of measurement for aeronautical mobile (airborne) equipment; Part 2: General description and data link layer
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Dátum vydania: 1. 3. 2012
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Jazyk: EN
ICS: 33.060.20
Triediaci znak: 87 2842
Úroveň zapracovania: idt EN 302 842-2 V1.3.1:2011
Vestník: 02/12
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Obsah normy STN EN 302 842-2 V1.3.1
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Foreword
Introduction
1 Scope
2 References
2.1 Normative references
2.2 Informative references
3 Definitions and abbreviations
3.1 Definitions
3.1.1 Basic reference model definitions
3.1.2 Service conventions definitions
3.1.3 General definitions
3.1.4 Definition of bit order
3.2 Abbreviations
4 General description of VDL Mode 4 mobile station link layer
4.1 Overview of VDL Mode 4
4.1.1 Void
4.1.2 Relationship to OSI reference model
4.1.3 VDL Mode 4 services
4.1.4 ADS-B function
4.1.5 Operational scenarios
4.1.6 VDL Mode 4 fundamentals
4.1.7 Possible configuration of airborne equipment
4.1.8 Classes of equipment
4.1.9 Transceiver cross-links
4.1.10 Overall structure of specifications for VDL Mode 4
4.1.11 Equipment performance verification
5 Minimum performance specification under standard test conditions
5.1 MAC sublayer
5.1.1 Services
5.1.2 MAC sublayer services
5.1.3 MAC sublayer parameters
5.1.3.1 General
5.1.3.2 Parameter M1 (number of slots per superframe)
5.1.3.3 Parameter M2_inc and M2_limit (MAC layer control parameters for network entry)
5.1.3.4 Inspection of m2 filter following transceiver failure
5.1.4 Time synchronization
5.1.4.1 Primary
5.1.4.2 Secondary
5.1.4.3 Alignment to UTC second
5.1.4.4 Data quality level
5.1.5 Slot idle/busy notification
5.1.5.1 Slot idle detection
5.1.5.2 Slot busy detection
5.1.5.3 Slot occupied detection
5.1.5.4 Signal level indication
5.1.6 Transmission processing
5.1.7 Received transmission processing
5.2 VSS sublayer
5.2.1 Services
5.2.1a Multiple access
5.2.1.1 Error detection
5.2.1.2 Channel congestion
5.2.2 Burst format
5.2.2.1 VSS burst structure
5.2.2.2 Version number
5.2.2.3 Source address
5.2.2.4 Message ID
5.2.2.5 Information field
5.2.2.6 Reservation fields
5.2.2.7 Autonomous/directed flag
5.2.3 VSS sublayer parameters
5.2.3.1 General
5.2.3.2 Parameter VS1 (number of ground quarantined slots)
5.2.3.3 Parameter VS2 (minimum CCI performance)
5.2.3.4 Parameter VS4 (quarantine slot re-use range)
5.2.3.5 Parameter VS5 (maximum burst length)
5.2.4 VSS quality of service parameters
5.2.4.1 General
5.2.4.2 Parameter Q1 (priority)
5.2.4.3 Parameters Q2a to Q2d (slot selection range constraint for level n)
5.2.4.4 Parameter Q3 (replace queued data)
5.2.4.5 Parameter Q4 (number of available slots)
5.2.5 Received transmission processing
5.2.6 Reserved access protocol specification
5.2.6.1 Reservation table
5.2.6.2 Selecting slots for transmission or reservation
5.2.6.3 Reserved transmissions
5.2.6.4 Reservation conflicts
5.2.6.5 Transmission conflicts for mobile stations
5.2.7 Random access protocol specification
5.2.7.1 General
5.2.7.2 Random access parameters
5.2.7.3 Random access procedures
5.2.8 Void
5.2.9 Null reservation protocol specification
5.2.9.1 Null reservation burst format
5.2.10 Periodic broadcast protocol specification
5.2.10.1 Periodic broadcast reservation burst format
5.2.10.2 Periodic broadcast timers
5.2.10.3 Periodic broadcast parameters
5.2.10.4 Periodic broadcast reception procedures
5.2.10.5 Periodic broadcast transmission procedures
5.2.11 Incremental broadcast protocol specification
5.2.11.1 Incremental broadcast reservation burst format
5.2.11.2 Incremental broadcast parameters
5.2.11.3 Incremental broadcast reception procedures
5.2.11.4 Incremental broadcast transmission procedures
5.2.12 Combined periodic broadcast and incremental broadcast protocol specification
5.2.12.1 Combined periodic broadcast and incremental broadcast reservation burst
5.2.13 Big negative dither (BND) broadcast protocol specifications
5.2.13.1 BND reservation burst format
5.2.13.2 BND broadcast parameters
5.2.13.3 BND broadcast reception procedures
5.2.13.4 BND broadcast transmission procedures
5.2.14 Unicast request protocol specification
5.2.14.1 Unicast request reservation burst format
5.2.14.1a Unicast request parameters
5.2.14.2 Unicast request reception procedures
5.2.14.3 Unicast request transmission procedures
5.2.15 Information transfer request protocol specification
5.2.15.1 Information transfer request reservation burst format
5.2.15.2 Information transfer request reception procedures
5.2.16 Directed request protocol specification
5.2.16.1 Directed request reservation burst format
5.2.16.2 Directed request parameters
5.2.16.3 Directed request reception procedures
5.2.16.4 Directed request transmission procedures
5.2.16.5 Directed request response procedures
5.2.17 Block reservation protocols specification
5.2.17.1 Superframe block reservation burst format
5.2.17.2 Second frame block reservation burst format
5.2.17.3 Void
5.2.17.4 Superframe block reservation reception procedures
5.2.17.5 Second frame block reservation parameters
5.2.17.6 Second frame block reservation reception procedures
5.2.17.7 Void
5.2.17.7a Procedures for responding to a rebroadcast request for superframe block reservation
5.2.18 Response protocol specification
5.2.18.1 Response burst format
5.2.19 General request protocol specification
5.2.19.1 General request burst format
5.2.19.2 General request procedures
5.2.20 General response protocol specification
5.2.20.1 General response burst format
5.2.20.2 General response procedures
5.2.21 Retransmission procedures
5.3 DLS sublayer
5.3.1 Services
5.3.1.1 General
5.3.1.2 Data transfer
5.3.1.3 Station address encoding
5.3.1.4 DLS burst formats
5.3.2 DLS system parameters
5.3.2.1 Parameter ND4 (maximum length of a UDATA burst)
5.3.3 DLS procedures
5.3.3.1 Broadcast
5.3.3.2 DLS not supported
5.3.3.3 User data packet reception
5.3.3.4 CTRL DLPDU
5.4 Link Management Entity (LME) sublayer
5.4.1 Services
5.4.2 Synchronization burst format
5.4.2.1 General
5.4.2.2 Fixed and variable data fields
5.4.2.3 Fixed data field format
5.4.2.4 Variable data field format
5.4.2.5 Synchronization burst request
5.4.2.6 Broadcast link management burst
5.4.3 Control (CTRL) parameter formats
5.4.3.1 Encoding
5.4.3.2 VDL Mode 4 parameter identification
5.4.3.3 Ground-initiated modification parameters
5.4.3.4 Ground-initiated information parameters
5.4.3a LME timers and parameters
5.4.3a.1 General
5.4.3a.2 Counter L1 (maximum number of missed reservations) and Timer TL3 (inter miss timer)
5.4.4 LME procedures
5.4.4.1 Synchronization burst procedures
5.4.4.2 Peer Entity Contact Table (PECT)
5.4.4.3 Network entry protocol specifications
5.4.5 Additional material for ADS-B applications
5.4.5.1 Information field formats
5.4.5.2 ADS-B request format
5.5 Void
5.6 Definitions for Compact Position Reporting
5.6.1 Introduction
5.6.2 Parameter symbols, data types, constants and variables
5.6.2.1 Parameter symbols
5.6.2.2 Data types
5.6.2.3 Constants
5.6.2.4 Variables
5.6.2.5 Functions
5.6.2.6 Patch constants
5.6.3 Fixed data field position encoding
5.6.4 Fixed data field position local decoding
5.6.5 Fixed data field position global decoding
5.6.6 Position Report Processing
6 General design requirements
6.1 Controls and indicators
6.2 Warm up
6.3 Airworthiness
6.4 Intended function
6.5 International Telecommunications Union regulations
6.6 Fire protection
6.7 Operation of controls
6.8 Accessibility of controls
6.9 Effects of tests
6.10 Failure of the VDL Mode 4 equipment
6.11 Software management
6.12 Transceiver configuration
6.13 Provision for multiple redundant VDL4 transceivers
6.14 Reception capability
6.15 Transmission capability
6.16 Monitoring of proper operation
6.17 Power-up self test
7 Protocol test procedures
7.1 General
7.1.1 Input voltage
7.1.2 Power input frequency
7.1.3 Adjustment of equipment
7.1.4 Equipment configuration
7.1.5 Test equipment precautions
7.1.6 Ambient conditions
7.1.7 Connected loads
7.2 Required test rig
7.3 Protocol test-suite description methodology
7.4 Detailed protocol test procedures
7.4.1 Test-suite overview
7.4.2 Declarations
7.4.3 Constraints
7.4.3.1 Abbreviations
7.4.3.1.1 Subfield mnemonics
7.4.3.1.2 Special characters used in the subfield definitions
7.4.3.1.3 Station addresses and positions
7.4.3.1.4 Tables of values for use in CPR test cases
7.4.3.1.5 Tables of values for use in content checking test cases
7.4.3.1.6 VDL4 burst formats
7.4.3.2 Test cases
7.4.3.2.1 Test case macros
7.4.3.2.2 Test case descriptions
Annex A (informative): Cross reference matrix
Annex B (informative): Description of ISO/IEC 9646 test methodology
B.1 Overview of the structure of the ISO/IEC 9646 test suites
B.2 The test case description
B.3 The queue action
B.4 The repeat construct
B.5 Macro definitions
B.6 Test case naming
Annex C (informative): Bibliography
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