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Označenie: STN EN 302 842-1 V1.2.4
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 1: Fyzická vrstva
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 1: Physical layer
Pôvodné označenie:
Dátum vydania: 1. 4. 2012
Dátum zrušenia:
Jazyk: EN
ICS: 33.060.20
Triediaci znak: 87 2842
Úroveň zapracovania: idt EN 302 842-1 V1.2.4:2011
Vestník: 03/12
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Obsah normy STN EN 302 842-1 V1.2.4
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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
3.2 Abbreviations
4 General description and architecture of VDL Mode 4
4.1 General
5 VDL mode 4 physical layer functional specifications
5.1 Overview
5.1.1 Functions
5.1.2 Data reception
5.1.3 Data transmission
5.2 Modulation scheme
6 VDL Mode 4 equipment requirements
6.1 Receiver requirements
6.1.1 Receiver operating range
6.1.2 BER requirement
6.1.3 Reference signal level
6.1.4 Sensitivity
6.1.5 Adjacent channel rejection
6.1.6 Receiver performance in the presence of strong signals inside the VHF aeronautical band
6.1.7 Receiver performance in the presence of strong signals outside the VHF aeronautical band
6.1.8 Desired signal dynamic range
6.1.9 Symbol rate capture range
6.1.10 Frequency capture range
6.1.11 Doppler rate
6.1.12 Co-channel interference
6.1.13 Conducted spurious emission
6.1.14 FM broadcast intermodulation
6.1.14.1 Radio frequencies in the band 117,975 MHz to 137 MHz
6.1.15 In-band intermodulation
6.2 Transmitter requirements
6.2.1 Transmitter operating range
6.2.2 Channel bit rate
6.2.3 Manufacturer's declared output power
6.2.4 RF power rise time
6.2.5 RF power release time
6.2.6 Spurious emissions
6.2.7 Adjacent channel power
6.2.8 Wide-band noise
6.2.9 Load VSWR capability
6.2.10 Adjacent channel transient power
6.2.11 Frequency tolerance
6.2.12 Start of transmission
6.2.13 Structure of bursts
6.3 Transceiver requirements
6.3.1 Automatic transmitter shut-down
6.3.2 Tuning time
6.3.3 Receiver to transmitter turnaround time
6.3.4 Transmitter to receiver turnaround time
6.3.5 Short power interrupt
6.3.6 Demodulator action
6.3.7 System timing requirements
6.3.8 Reservation table stored in memory
6.3.9 Failure of associated equipment
6.3.10 Simultaneous reception
7 General design requirements
7.1 Controls and indicators
7.2 Class of emission and modulation characteristics
7.3 Warm up
7.4 Airworthiness
7.5 Intended function
7.6 International Telecommunications Union Regulations
7.7 Fire protection
7.8 Operation of controls
7.9 Accessibility of controls
7.10 Effects of tests
7.11 Failure of VDL Mode 4 equipment
7.12 Software management
7.13 Transceiver configuration
7.14 Provision for multiple redundant VDL4 transceivers
7.15 Reception capability
7.16 Transmission capability
7.17 Monitoring of proper operation
7.18 Power-up self test
8 Environmental test requirements
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Receiver
8.3 Transmitter
9 Detailed test procedures for the physical layer
9.1 General requirements
9.1.1 Test conditions
9.1.2 Alignment, adjustment and calibration prior to test
9.1.3 Recording of test results
9.1.4 Connected load
9.1.5 Test instrument precautions
9.1.6 Simultaneous application of two signals to the receiver input
9.1.7 Test frequencies
9.1.8 Equipment configuration
9.1.9 Detailed physical and MAC layer test procedures
9.2 Receiver
9.2.1 BER test
9.2.2 Sensitivity
9.2.3 Adjacent Channel Rejection (ACR)
9.2.4 Rejection of signals in the VHF aeronautical band
9.2.5 Rejection of signals outside the VHF aeronautical band
9.2.6 Desired signal dynamic range
9.2.7 Symbol rate capture range
9.2.8 Frequency capture range
9.2.9 Doppler rate
9.2.10 Co-channel interference
9.2.11 Conducted spurious emission
9.2.12 FM broadcast intermodulation
9.2.13 In-band intermodulation
9.3 Transmitter
9.3.1 Channel bit rate
9.3.2 Manufacturer's declared output power
9.3.3 RF power rise time
9.3.4 RF power release time
9.3.5 Spurious emissions
9.3.6 Adjacent channel power
9.3.6.1 Method of measurement for the first adjacent channel
9.3.6.2 Method of measurement for the second adjacent channel
9.3.6.3 Method of measurement for the fourth adjacent channel
9.3.6.4 Alternative measurement procedure for Adjacent Channel Power (ACP)
9.3.7 Wideband noise
9.3.8 Load VSWR capability
9.3.9 Adjacent channel transient power
9.3.10 Frequency tolerance
9.4 Transceiver
9.4.1 Tuning time
9.4.2 Receiver to transmitter turn-around time
9.4.3 Transmitter to receiver turn-around time
10 Installed equipment requirements
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Equipment installation
10.2.1 Aircraft environment
10.2.2 Failure protection
10.2.3 Aircraft power source
10.3 Installed equipment performance requirements
10.3.1 Dynamic response
10.3.2 Interference effects
10.3.3 Regular maintenance
10.4 Conditions of test
10.4.1 Power input
10.4.2 Associated equipment or systems
10.4.3 Environment
10.5 Test procedures for installed equipment performance
10.5.1 Ground test procedures
10.5.1.1 Conformity inspection
10.5.1.2 Interference tests
10.5.1.3 Power supply fluctuation test
10.5.1.4 Reception
10.5.1.5 Transmission
10.5.1.6 Functional behaviour tests
10.5.1.7 Interface conformance tests
10.5.2 Flight test procedures
10.5.2.1 Interference effects
10.5.2.2 System performance
Annex A (informative): Cross reference matrix
Annex B (informative): VDL Mode 4 link budget
Annex C (informative): Bibliography
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