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FAA's design approach to a global data link system

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1 Author(s)
Shochet, E. ; Federal Aviation Adm. Tech. Center, Atlantic City Int. Airport, NJ, USA

This paper describes three key features of the design approach that the FAA has chosen to achieve the vision for a global data link system. Although the FAA's overall system design is committed to change and evolution, there are, nevertheless, certain features of the approach which are relatively fixed. We have called this the structure of FAA's design approach. These relatively fixed features are (1) evolutionary data link improvement, (2) extensive use of end-to-end, high fidelity simulation, and (3) a coherently integrated system design

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Digital Avionics Systems Conference, 1993. 12th DASC., AIAA/IEEE

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25-28 Oct 1993

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