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  • DO-366A-Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for Air-to-Air Radar for Traffic Surveillance
  • This document contains the first update to the Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for the air-to-air radar for traffic surveillance. The intended application is supporting Detect and Avoid (DAA) operations including collision avoidance to detect intruders below 10,000' Mean Sea Level (MSL). These standards specify the radar system characteristics that should be useful for designers, manufacturers, installers and users of the equipment. The intended function of the radar is to detect and generate tracks for all airborne traffic within the radar detection volume. The onboard radar complements other airborne surveillance sensors by providing detection of non-cooperative traffic. The track should be established at sufficient range and with sufficient accuracy to enable the system to plan and execute a maneuver to keep the Unmanned Aircraft (UA) well clear of other traffic and avoid collisions. This document has the detailed performance and environmental requirements of the radar along with their verification methods. Verification includes bench tests, flight tests and environmental tests. Recommendations and flight tests for installed performance are also provided.
  • DO-366A-PDF
  • Electronic
  • SC-228
  • 9/10/2020