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ARINC 627-2 : 2002

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PROGRAMMERS GUIDE FOR SMART[TM] SYSTEMS USING ARINC 626 ATLAS
Available format(s)

Hardcopy , PDF

Language(s)

English

Published date

30-06-2002

1.0 Introduction
1.1 Purpose of this Document
1.2 Background
1.3 Goals of ARINC 626 ATLAS
1.4 ARINC Report 627 Overview
1.5 Relationship Between ATLAS Test Specification and ATLAS
     Test Program
1.6 Related Documents
2.0 ATLAS TEST PROGRAM STRUCTURE
2.1 Introduction
2.2 The Benefits of a Standard Test Program Structure
2.3 The TPS Template
3.0 GOOD PROGRAMMING PRACTICES
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Test Objectives
3.3 Preparation for ATLAS Test Program Development
3.4 Use of Virtual Resources
3.5 Proper Test Sequence
3.6 Test Program Maintainability
3.7 Complete and Partial Testing
3.8 Diagnostics
3.9 Programming Methodology
4.0 OPERATOR INTERFACE
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Operator Skill Level
4.3 Operator Directive Messages
4.4 PASS/FAIL Messages
4.5 Use of INPUT/OUTPUT Statements
4.6 Long Test Execution Time
4.7 Consistency
4.8 Standardized Test Reports
4.9 Use of Graphics Within SMART
5.0 GUIDANCE FOR USING SELECTED ARINC 626 CONSTRUCTS
5.1 Use of EXTEND ATLAS Noun
5.2 Manometrics and Fluid Signals
5.3 Digital Testing
5.4 Bus Testing
5.5 Use of NON-ATLAS Modules in Digital Testing
5.6 The DEFINE DRAWING Statement
5.7 Implementation of Decimal and Integer
5.8 Implementation Differences Between ARINC 626 and SMART
6.0 DOCUMENTATION
6.1 Introduction
6.2 CMM Documentation
6.3 ATE Documentation
6.4 TPS Documentation
7.0 TUA AND TUA DIRECTIVE FILES
7.1 Relationship Between ATLAS And Test Unit Adapter
7.2 Relationship Between ATLAS And TUA Directive File
7.3 Directive File
7.4 Relationship Between TUA Directive File and Other
     SMART System Models
7.5 SMART TUA Directive File Limitations
7.6 TUA Directive File Description
7.7 Test Unit Adapter Development
Appendices

Provides guidance to ATLAS test programmers for developing, writing and documenting test programs for SMART[R] systems conforming to ARINC Specification 608A, 'Design Guidance for Avionics Test Equipment.'

DocumentType
Standard
Pages
451
PublisherName
Aeronautical Radio Inc.
Status
Current
Supersedes

ARINC 608A : 1993 DESIGN GUIDANCE FOR AVIONICS TEST EQUIPMENT - PART 1: SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
ATA 100 : REV 37 MANUFACTURERS TECHNICAL DATA

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