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  • DO-377 - Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards for C2 Link Systems Supporting Operations of Unmanned Aircraft Systems in U.S. Airspace
  • This document contains the Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) for a C2 Link System connecting a Control Station (CS) and an Unmanned Aircraft (UA). It covers UA operations requiring a C2 Link System3 that allows the UA to operate within line of sight (LOS) and beyond the line-of-sight (BLOS) of a Control Statrion. This MASPS contains the standards which specify system characteristics, i.e., it is design independent, that should be useful to UAS operators, Original Equipment Manufacturers 701 (OEM), and equipment manufacturers1 plus the FAA, as UAS operate within the U.S. airspace.
  • DO-377
  • Hard Copy
  • SC-228
  • 3/26/2019