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  • DO-377B Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) for C2 Link Systems Supporting Operations of Uncrewed Aircraft Systems in U.S. Airspace
  • This document presents and justifies the Minimum Aviation System Performance Standards (MASPS) for a Command and Control Link System (C2 Link System) used to monitor and control an Uncrewed Aircraft System (UAS). The C2 Link System carries the information exchanges between a Control Station (CS) and an Uncrewed Aircraft (UA). This MASPS is not the only way to determine such standards but is one that was determined to be viable by the members of Special Committee SC-228. This B version of DO-377 is an expansion of the efforts in RTCA DO-377 [1] and DO-377A [2]. It adds an additional CONOPS, Low Altitude Delivery Supporting Small Package Delivery, and five new scenarios, two air taxi, two surface taxi and one small package delivery using advanced technologies. Accordingly there is expanded text in many of the appendices and additional requirements in Section 3. (See Section 1.3 for a description of the structure of this document.)
  • DO-377B-PDF
  • Electronic
  • SC-228
  • 12/14/2023