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  • DO-379 - Internet Protocol Suite Profiles
  • This Internet Protocol Suite (IPS) Profiles document specifies the unique adaptations required to enable the current Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Request for Comment (RFC) documents to specify technical requirements for Aeronautical data communications between an aircraft system and its corresponding peer host systems on the ground. It should be noted that these Profiles may be applied to support ground-ground aeronautical communications as well as command and control communication of Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) or Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS). Additional provisions would be required to support air-ground digital voice. Voice communication may be supported using these Profiles. However, no special provisions have been made in these Profiles for digital voice or ground-ground communications. The Profiles document was developed under collaboration between the RTCA Special Committee 223 (SC-223) and the European Organization for Civil Aviation Equipment EUROCAE Working Group-108. The “purpose and scope” section concentrates on introducing the technology and describes the Terms of Reference (ToR) agreement for IPS profiles development. It defines the bounds of the investigation, the required cooperation between RTCA and EUROCAE and provides a clear scope prescribing guidelines for profiles development. In this section, various glossary terms used in the document are described. The background section provides an overview of system characteristics including concept of operations and principal users of IPS. The operational concepts illustrate the different operational environments and requirements this technology is required to meet. A description of assumptions is provided in the IPS Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) along with verification procedures necessary to validate profile parameter selection. The technical profiles section describes technical parameter selection required to meet aviation communication requirements. The objective of the parameter and specific requirement selection is to ensure deterministic behavior of IPS system and to ensure interoperability of various IPS sub-systems supporting safety of flight services. As IPS encompasses a variety of hosts and routers, a set of device classes has been defined for IPS and parameters are assigned to each device class to meet the operational uses for different environments supporting different aeronautical safety services.
  • DO-379
  • Hard Copy
  • SC-223
  • 9/16/2019