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DO-220A Change 1 - Electronic

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  • DO-220A Change 1 - Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) For Airborne Weather Radar Systems
  • This document contains Minimum Operational Performance Standards for Airborne Radar Systems that may include any combination of the following functions: weather detection, ground mapping, forward-looking windshear detection, forward-looking turbulence detection, or atmospheric threat awareness capability. Since the last revision to DO-220, there have been many technological advances in the field of airborne weather radar. DO-220A incorporates updates and corrections to the previous version. In addition to modernizing the requirements and test procedures for the weather, ground mapping, and predictive windshear functions set out in its predecessors, specifications for radar detection of turbulence and atmospheric threat awareness were added. Any of these functions may be implemented individually or in combination with any others. DO-220A has been designed such that the requirements and test procedures for each function are grouped into distinct sections to facilitate testing and showing of compliance. These standards specify system characteristics that should be useful to designers, manufacturers, installers, and users of the equipment.
  • DO-220A Change 1-PDF
  • Electronic
  • SC-230
  • 8/17/2018