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DO-281C - Hard Copy

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  • DO-281C - Minimum Operational Performance Standards (MOPS) for Aircraft VDL Mode 2 Physical Link and Network Layer
  • DO-281C, MOPS for Aircraft VDL Mode 2 Physical Link and Network Layer The material in this document highlights the minimum procedures for the physical link and network layer of the VDL Mode 2 subnetwork. The test procedures used in this document have been coordinated with EUROCAE Working Group 92 during the preparation of EUROCAE Document ED-92C. Appendix E provides a differences table between RTCA DO-281C and EUROCAE ED-92C. This document includes four other appendices, with Appendix B should be considered a normative appendix.
  • DO-281C
  • Hard Copy
  • SC-214
  • 9/20/2018