Store Home New Documents AeroMACS Aeronautical Data Aeronautical Telecommunication Network Air Traffic Services Airborne Ground Proximity Warning Equipment Airborne Selective Calling Equipment Airport Applicable Documents Altimeters/Altimetry Area Navigation Equipment (Airborne) Attitude & Heading System Audio Systems Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast Automatic Direction Finding Equipment (Airborne) Automatic Flight Guidance, Control Systems and Equipment (AFGCS) Avionics Computer Resources Batteries Certification Cockpit Display Collision Avoidance Communications Data Link Display of Traffic Information Distance Measuring Equipment Doppler Radar (Airborne) Electronic Hardware Emergency Locator Transmitters (ELTs) Enhanced Vision Systems Environmental Test Flight Data Collection Flight Information Services Free Flight Global Positioning System (GPS) Guidance/Reports History Human Factors Instrument Landing System (ILS) Interference LORAN Marker Beacon Microwave Landing System (MLS) National Airspace System NextGen Night Vision Equipment Night Vision Imaging System Performance Based Navigation (PBN) Portable Electronic Devices Radar Required Navigation Performance (RNP) Satellite Services Secondary Barriers Security Software TCAS Terrain Awareness and Warning System (TAWS) Test Procedures/Calibration Transponders - Mode S Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Vertical Guidance Equipment VOR Weather Detection
DO-185B Change 2 - Electronic

Your Price:
  • DO-185B Change 2 - Minimum Operational Performance Standards for Traffic Alert and Collision Avoidance System II (TCAS II)
  • Change 2 to DO-185B provides for the following changes: - Improved efficiency of the TCAS surveillance function designed to reduce utilization of the 1030 and 1090 MHz channel without reducing the effectiveness of the equipment's collision avoidance function. - Allows TCAS to implement a narrow band Mode S receive function compatible with the RTCA/DO-260B ADS-B receiver requirements without negatively impacting the TCAS receiver function. - Updates the flight test requirements to add Atlanta, GA as an alternate location for high density Mode S flight testing and to modify the combined air and ground density requirement accordingly. - Decreases the TCAS RA broadcast interval from 8 seconds to 1 second to be compatible with the intended use of this data by ground controllers.
  • DO-185B Change 2-PDF
  • Electronic
  • SC-147
  • 3/20/2013