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    ELECTRONICALLY/OPTICALLY GENERATED AIRBORNE DISPLAYS

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF

    Language(s):  English

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    Publisher:  US Military Specs/Standards/Handbooks

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    1 SCOPE
      1.1 Scope
      1.2 Use
      1.3 Structure
      1.4 Deviation
      1.5 Responsible engineering office
    2 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS
      2.1 Government documents
          2.1.1 Specifications, standards, and handbooks
          2.1.2 Other Government documents, drawings, and
                 publications
      2.2 Non-Government standards and other publications
    3 REQUIREMENTS
      3.1 Controls and displays segment
          3.1.1 Primary flight displays (PFD)
          3.1.2 Situation displays
          3.1.3 Head up or helmet mounted displays (HUD/HMD)
          3.1.4 Vehicle management subsystem (VMS) displays
          3.1.5 Warning, caution, and advisory (WCA) displays
          3.1.6 Avionic subsystem control and data entry
          3.1.7 Video recording
      3.2 Characteristics of subordinate elements
          3.2.1 Performance environments
          3.2.2 System interface
          3.2.3 Reliability
          3.2.4 Maintainability
          3.2.5 Weight
          3.2.6 Volume
      3.3 Design and construction
          3.3.1 Environmental integrity
          3.3.2 Safety
          3.3.3 Human engineering
    4 VERIFICATIONS
      4.1 Verification of controls and displays segment
          4.1.1 Verification of primary flight displays
          4.1.2 Verification of situation displays
          4.1.3 Verification of HUD/HMD
          4.1.4 Verification of vehicle management subsystem (VMS)
                 displays
          4.1.5 Verification of warning, caution, and advisory (WCA)
                 displays
          4.1.6 Verification of avionic subsystem control and data
                 entry
          4.1.7 Verification of video recording
      4.2 Verification of characteristics of subordinate elements
          4.2.1 Verification of performance environments
          4.2.2 Verification of system interface
          4.2.3 Verification of reliability
          4.2.4 Maintainability verification
          4.2.5 Verification of weight
          4.2.6 Verification of volume
      4.3 Verification of design and construction
          4.3.1 Verification of environmental integrity
          4.3.2 Verification of safety
          4.3.3 Human engineering verification
    5 DEFINITIONS AND ACRONYMS
      5.1 Definitions
          5.1.1 Average luminance
          5.1.2 Built-in tests (BIT)
          5.1.3 Conformal
          5.1.4 Contrast definitions
          5.1.5 Diffuse reflection
          5.1.6 Display element
          5.1.7 Fill factor
          5.1.8 Gray shade
          5.1.9 Gray level
          5.1.10 Line pair
          5.1.11 Line rate
          5.1.12 Lines (of resolution)
          5.1.13 Malfunctions
          5.1.14 Minutes and milliradians
          5.1.15 Occlude
          5.1.16 Out-of-tolerance condition
          5.1.17 Pixel
          5.1.18 Self-tests
          5.1.19 Specular reflection
          5.1.20 Quantities of light
      5.2 Acronyms
    6 NOTES
      6.1 Intended use
      6.2 Subject term (key word) listing
      6.3 International Standardization Agreements
      6.4 Changes from previous issue
    APPENDIX
    A.1. Acceleration display
    A.2. Attitude display
    A.3. Attitude director indicator (ADI)
    A.4. Clock/timer
    A.5. Engine pressure ratio system (EPR)
    A.6. Engine temperature display
    A.7. Flight director system (FDS)
    A.8. Rate of fuel flow system
    A.9. Fuel savings advisory system (FSAS)
    A.10. Fuel quantity system
    A.11. Horizontal situation indicator (HSI)
    A.12. Hydraulic pressure indicator and sensor
    A.13. Magnetic compass
    A.14. Engine oil quantity indicating system
    A.15. Oil pressure indicating system
    A.16. Position indicating system
    A.17. Tachometer indicator system
    A.18. Thrust computing system (TCS)
    A.19. Turn and slip display
    A.20. Warning system
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    Describes the sample specification paragraphs, rationale, guidance, and lessons learned that are useful in the development of the primary flight displays and mission avionics controls and displays subsystem for an aircraft.

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    Committee AREA 15GP
    Development Note Supersedes AFGS 87213 (04/2003)
    Document Type Standard
    Publisher US Military Specs/Standards/Handbooks
    Status Current
    Supersedes

    Standards Referenced By This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    SAE AS 8055A : 2015 MINIMUM PERFORMANCE STANDARD FOR AIRBORNE HEAD UP DISPLAY (HUD)
    SAE J 1757-1 : 2015 STANDARD METROLOGY FOR VEHICULAR DISPLAYS
    MIL HDBK 516 : C AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION CRITERIA
    SAE ARP 5287 : 2008 OPTICAL MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES FOR AIRBORNE HEAD UP DISPLAY (HUD)
    SAE ARP 4260 : 2014 PHOTOMETRIC AND COLORIMETRIC MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES FOR AIRBORNE ELECTRONIC FLAT PANEL DISPLAYS
    ADS-65-HDBK : 2004 AERONAUTICAL DESIGN STANDARD - HANDBOOK - AIRWORTHINESS QUALIFICATION AND VERIFICATION GUIDANCE FOR ELECTRO-OPTICAL AND SENSOR SYSTEMS

    Standards Referencing This Book - (Show below) - (Hide below)

    MIL PRF 1 : N ELECTRON TUBES - GENERAL SPECIFICATION FOR
    MIL STD 704 : F AIRCRAFT ELECTRIC POWER CHARACTERISTICS
    MIL HDBK 87244 : 0 AVIONICS/ELECTRONICS INTEGRITY
    MIL STD 810 : G ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING CONSIDERATIONS AND LABORATORY TESTS
    MIL STD 1787 : B AIRCRAFT DISPLAY SYMBOLOGY
    JSSG 2010 : 1998 CREW SYSTEMS
    MIL STD 411 : F AIRCREW STATION ALERTING SYSTEMS
    MIL HDBK 1553 : A MULTIPLEX APPLICATIONS HANDBOOK
    MIL L 85762 : A LIGHTING, AIRCRAFT, INTERIOR, NIGHT VISION
    MIL STD 461 : G REQUIREMENTS FOR THE CONTROL OF ELECTROMAGNETIC INTERFERENCE CHARACTERISTICS OF SUBSYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT
    JSSG 2010 11 : 1998 CREW SYSTEMS EMERGENCY EGRESS HANDBOOK
    MIL STD 3009 : 0 LIGHTING, AIRCRAFT, NIGHT VISION IMAGING SYSTEM (NVIS) COMPATIBLE
    MIL STD 1472 : G HUMAN ENGINEERING
    FAA AC 25.1309-1 : 0 SYSTEM DESIGN AND ANALYSIS
    SMPTE ST 170 : 2004 TELEVISION - COMPOSITE ANALOG VIDEO SIGNAL - NTSC FOR STUDIO APPLICATIONS
    MIL HDBK 516 : C AIRWORTHINESS CERTIFICATION CRITERIA
    SAE ARP 4256 : 2001 DESIGN OBJECTIVES FOR LIQUID CRYSTAL DISPLAYS FOR PART 25 (TRANSPORT) AIRCRAFT
    SAE ARP 1782 : 2012 PHOTOMETRIC AND COLORMETRIC MEASUREMENT PROCEDURES FOR AIRBORNE DIRECT VIEW CRT DISPLAYS
    JSSG 2010 5 : 0 CREW SYSTEMS AIRCRAFT LIGHTING HANDBOOK
    STANAG 3350 : 0 ANALOGUE VIDEO STANDARD FOR AIRCRAFT SYSTEM APPLICATIONS
    MIL STD 1553 : B DIGITAL TIME DIVISION COMMAND/RESPONSE MULTIPLEX DATA
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