2.9.3 Memory Device Summary2.9.4 Memory Hierarchy; 2.10 Application-Specific Integrated Circuits (ASICs); 2.10.1 Main Types of ASICs; 2.10.2 Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA); 2.10.3 Semi-custom Standard Cell Design ASIC; 2.10.4 Design Tools; 2.10.5 RTCA-DO-254/ED 80; 2.11 Integrated Circuits; 2.11.1 Logic Functions; 2.11.2 The MOS Field Effect Transistor (MOSFET); 2.11.3 IC Fabrication; 2.12 Integrated Circuit Packaging; 2.12.1 Wafer Probe and Test; 2.12.2 Wafer Separation and Die Attachment; 2.12.3 Wire Bonding; 2.12.4 Packaging; References; 3 Data Bus Networks; 3.1 Introduction.
2.6.3 Extended Operand Addressing Modes2.7 Software; 2.7.1 Software Introduction; 2.7.2 Assemblers and Compilers; 2.7.3 Software Engineering; 2.7.4 Software Design Process Assurance; 2.7.5 Languages; 2.7.6 Object-Oriented Design; 2.7.7 Auto-code Generation; 2.7.8 Real-Time Operating System (RTOS); 2.8 Microprocessors; 2.8.1 Moore's Law; 2.8.2 Significant Microprocessors used in Aerospace Applications; 2.8.3 CPU Cache; 2.8.4 Microcontrollers; 2.8.5 Rock's Law; 2.9 Memory Technologies; 2.9.1 Desired Avionics Memory Attributes; 2.9.2 Available Memory Technology Attributes.
2.3.2 Resolution (Digitisation)2.3.3 The Sampling Frequency (Refresh Rate); 2.4 Digital Systems Input and Output; 2.4.1 Introduction; 2.4.2 Analogue to Digital Process; 2.4.3 Sampling Rate; 2.4.4 Digital to Analogue Process; 2.4.5 Analogue Signal Conditioning; 2.4.6 Input Signal Protection and Filtering; 2.4.7 Analogue Signal Types; 2.5 Binary Arithmetic; 2.5.1 Binary Notations; 2.5.2 Binary Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication and Division; 2.5.3 The Arithmetic Logic Unit; 2.6 The Central Processing Unit (CPU); 2.6.1 CPU Instruction Format; 2.6.2 Instruction Execution Sequence.
3.2 Digital Data Bus Basics3.2.1 Data Bus Overview; 3.2.2 Bit Encoding; 3.2.3 Attributes; 3.2.4 Transmission Classes; 3.2.5 Topologies; 3.2.6 Transmission Rates; 3.3 Transmission Protocols; 3.3.1 Transmission Protocols Overview; 3.3.2 Time-Slot Allocation Protocol; 3.3.3 Command/Response Protocol; 3.3.4 Token Passing Protocol; 3.3.5 Contention Protocol; 3.4 ARINC 429; 3.4.1 ARINC 429 Overview; 3.4.2 ARINC 429 Architecture Realisation; 3.5 MIL-STD-1553B; 3.5.1 MIL-STD-1553B Overview; 3.5.2 MIL-STD-1553B Word Formats; 3.5.3 Bus Controller to Remote Terminal (BC-RT) Protocol.
Civil Avionics Systems, Second Edition, is an updated and in-depth practical guide to integrated avionic systems as applied to civil aircraft and this new edition has been expanded to include the latest developments in modern avionics. It describes avionic systems and potential developments in the field to help educate students and practitioners in the process of designing, building and operating modern aircraft in the contemporary aviation system. Integration is a predominant theme of this book, as aircraft systems are becoming more integrated and complex, but so is the econom
CIVIL AVIONICS SYSTEMS; Contents; About the Authors; Series Preface; Preface to Second Edition; Preface to First Edition; Acknowledgements; List of Abbreviations; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Advances since 2003; 1.2 Comparison of Boeing and Airbus Solutions; 1.3 Outline of Book Content; 1.3.1 Enabling Technologies and Techniques; 1.3.2 Functional Avionics Systems; 1.3.3 The Flight Deck; 1.4 The Appendices; 2 Avionics Technology; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Avionics Technology Evolution; 2.2.1 Introduction; 2.2.2 Technology Evolution; 2.3 Avionics Computing; 2.3.1 The Nature of an Avionics Computer.
Includes bibliographical references and index