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  • DO-382-Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards CAS Interoperability
  • This document presents high level requirements (i.e. Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS)) for the interoperability of airborne Collision Avoidance Systems (CAS). Its main objective is to ensure that new CAS do not degrade the operation of existing CAS. It specifies system characteristics that should be useful to designers, manufacturers, installers and users of the equipment. When some requirements cannot be fully defined, explanatory text is included to describe the basis on which requirements are to be developed. Compliance with these MASPS does not ensure that the equipment will be approved for operation. These MASPS do not address the functionality or performance of CAS beyond the requirement of interoperability between CAS. Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) address safety and operational suitability performance criteria. Any MOPS that are developed for a future CAS should use these MASPS as guidance for its interoperability with existing CAS. Regulatory application of this document is the sole responsibility of the appropriate regulatory authority
  • DO-382-PDF
  • Electronic
  • SC-147
  • 9/10/2020