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© 2010 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. ADS-B Out, In and GNSS Requirements Update NRA ITP Australia ADS-B out Rule 2008 Mandate 2013 China ADS-B Out NRA Trials Atlantic Ocean ATSA – ITP FAA GATI Single European Sky - DO 260B Mandate Japan R&D Asia/Pacific ICAO ADS-B Implementation Task Force Ground infrastructure and procedures development US Capstone Project Alaska Pacific Ocean ATSA-ITP FAA GATI Canada Hudson Bay November 2010 US ADS-B-out DO 260B Mandate 2020 Pacific Ocean ATSA-ITP FAA GATI Europe TCAS Change Europe Link CASCADE Pioneer Phase – 2008 DO 260 (AMC 20-24) US ADS-B-out Infrastructure 2013 UPS/ACSS SafeRoute 2008 Certified
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. Presentation Outline Overview ADS-B Out ADS-B In ADS-B In and GNSS Requirements 2
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. Mandate Summary (DO 260B) Europe - Forward Fit Mandate January 2015 –Retrofit Mandate now February 2017 or or 2 year slip Australia Upper Airspace (DO 260 ) –Voluntary, though separation services being provided today –December 2013 Upper Air Space Mandate SA Aware GPS Sensors will be required For forward fit only Canada Hudson Bay & areas with limited SSR coverage (DO 260) –November 2010 Exclusionary Airspace 5 NM separation services being offered –No plans for a 260B mandate US DO 260B mandated by 2020 No FF to RF segmentation – 100% equipped rule ANSP readiness (ground systems and integration) is the core issue! 3
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. GPS Requirements for DO 260B Mandate Europe –The European Rule asks for (E)TSO-129A as a minimum –SA=ON is acceptable Though SA=OFF (Aware) is preferred Canada –SA=ON is acceptable Though SA=OFF (Aware) is preferred United States –A GPS receiver that is SA Aware will be necessary FAA requirement is for a NACp of 8 100% availability along enroute will determine GPS requirements The quick summary of SA=Off/AWARE or SA=ON –Australian rule will require SA Aware for forward fit (2017) –FAA rule will require SA Aware at a minimum –Europe recommends SA aware (doesn’t require) –Canada recommends SA aware (doesn’t require) Though not stated! Likely will require GPS With WAAS. A reading of AC 90-ADS-B is required? 4
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. ADS-B Current Surveillance Environment Secondary Surveillance Radar ADS-B Out ADS-B In Applications ADS-B In Receive Merge TCAS & ADS-B Targets Surface Ops In Trail Climb Procedures Visual Separation on Approach Sequencing & Merging Etc. Altitude 4096 Code ACFT Addr Position Velocity Flt ID, etc Flight ID Surveillance ID Enhanced Mode S Elementary Mode S Extended Squitter Mode A /C Mode S Selected Alt Mach No MagHdg Roll Angle Track Angle Track Angle Rate TAS IAS GS VS Transponder TCAS / Traffic Computer DO260 or DO260B ISS-2100, TPR-901 TSS-4100, TDR-94D GLU-920 or GLU-925 GPS-4000S ISS-2100, TTR-2100 TSS-4100, TTR-4100 SA=OFF GPS Sensor 5
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. ARINC 718A-3/4 Update - An indication of the changes The development of DO-260B has required additional changes and more inputs into the transponder –GPS Antenna Position to support POA Requires about 32 states for ~ 2 meter accuracy –Other installation related issues are being addressed in the A718-4 work Current 718A-2 Program Pin Utilization Minor changes are being incorporated in 718A-4 6
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. Some Pretty Pictures 7
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. ADS-B Out
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. TDR-94D Transponder – Design Features Functionality Elementary and Enhanced Surveillance Compliant –RTCA DO-181C ADS-B Extended Squitter DO-260A Change 2A Hardware RTCA DO-160D Compliant Software DO-178B Level B Software Design TDR-94D
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. TPR Federated Transponder (Airbus) (Boeing) –Elementary Surveillance & Enhanced Surveillance –ADS-B Out DO-260 (Extended Squitter) –DO-181C and JTSO 2C112b –Interface standard ARINC 718A or –DO-160D (B747-8 Only) –Elementary Surveillance & Enhanced Surveillance –ADS-B Out DO-260A Change 2 (Extended Squitter) –TSO C166 –Updated to DO-181D (ED-73C) and TSO C112c (ETSO C112c) –DO-160D (Airbus) and -205 (Boeing) –Elementary Surveillance & Enhanced Surveillance –ADS-B Out DO260B –TSO C166b –DO-181E (ED-73C) and TSO C112d (ETSO C112c) –Interface standard 718A-4 –DO-160G DO 260B Development Underway. Certification planned for 3 rd Qtr 2013 For Boeing aircraft SB 503 creates more robust filtering to eliminate position jumping issue. It converts a -003 to a -005.
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. Business and Regional Aircraft Air Transport Aircraft Integrated Transponder ISS MCU TCAS function/Traffic Computer Transponder, Weather Radar and Terrain Warning functions DO260-B 4 th Quarter TSS MCU TCAS, Traffic Computer, XPDR
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. ADS-B In (Traffic Computer)
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. Next Generation TCAS and Traffic Computer Product Line Developments –TTR-2100 is Plug and Play with the TTR-921 –All products are Traffic Computer Capable –Using a common traffic computer architecture –Product line ADS-B In applications development Though will require display customization for each aircraft type TCAS with Traffic Computer Summary ISS MCU TCAS function/Traffic Computer Transponder, Weather Radar and Terrain Warning functions TTR MCU Federated TCAS II Traffic Computer Boeing 787/C 919 Airbus/Boeing in Production Aircraft Business, Regional & Helicopter aircraft Common Traffic Computer and Traffic Apps. Common Traffic Computer Design enables re-use of ADS-B In Applications 13 TSS MCU TCAS, Traffic Computer, XPDR TTR MCU TCAS, Traffic Computer,
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. TTR-921 versus TTR-2100 Physical Changes TTR-2100 Front ViewTTR-921 Front View 14
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. 15 Fusion Symbology Evaluation The Complexity and Difficulty of Displaying Aircraft Targets
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. 16 Fusion Symbology Evaluation Selected -No Flight ID -Data Block Displayed
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. 17 Fusion - TCAS RA Event Focus on TCAS event -Minimize ADS-B Information TA Symbol with directionality RA Symbol with directionality -TBD/Under study Fusion Symbology Evaluation
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. 18 Airport Surface with Traffic Data Block Selected Aircraft ANZ139 Range: 3NM Speed: 150KTS
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. GNSS Requirements
© Copyright 2011 Rockwell Collins, Inc. All rights reserved. Current GLU-925 (SA = Aware) ILS (Category IIIB) Compliant with DO-229D (without SBAS) –TSO 145A without SBAS Provides NIC ≥ 7 (99.9% availability) Accommodates Category I GLS GLS Category I Certified on Airbus & Boeing aircraft Supports SIL = 3 for ADS-B Out System Integrity Limit FLS (FMS Landing System) Capability Airbus platforms only Current GLU-920 (SA = On) –ILS (Cat IIIB) –Compliant with TSO-C129A SA=On –SA=Off Service Bulletin available today (Boeing) Compliant with TSO-C129A Will provide NIC ≥ 7 (99.9% availability) Will not accommodate SBAS, GLS, or Galileo Upgrade of GLU-920 to GLU-925 –SB 503 converts 920 to GLS 925 (Boeing) –SB 504 converts 920 to Non-GLS 925 (Boeing) –SB 505 converts the 920 to SA=Off (Aware) GLU Status GLS = GNSS Landing System GLU = GNSS Landing Unit SA = Selective Availability SB = Service Bulletin TSO = Technical Standard Order 20 A350 Will Integrate SBAS (WAAS) Capability into the MMR
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