DOT - FAA-G-2100
ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT, GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
|Publication Date:||9 May 2005|
This specification is the technical baseline for ground based electronic equipment acquired for applications in the National Airspace System (NAS). This specification defines the conditions under which electronic equipment must operate satisfactorily and reliably: identifies acceptable fabrication materials and processes, selection and application of parts, installation of equipment, and methods to verify electronic equipment meets requirements. Individual electronic equipment specifications must identify applicable requirements of this specification. This specification is intended for use in the procurement of all electronics hardware, prototype systems, developmental equipment or commercial off the shelf integrated systems, delivered in any quantity to satisfy an established air traffic need or proof of concept configuration.
This specification is to be used in conjunction with the equipment specification to establish the procurement requirements. This specification is not to be invoked on a blanket basis in equipment... View More
This specification is to be used in conjunction with the equipment specification to establish the procurement requirements. This specification is not to be invoked on a blanket basis in equipment specifications or as a criterion for system acceptance. The approved equipment or system specification determines the superceding requirements for a particular procurement. The interfaces between equipment are beyond the scope of this document and should be addressed in a System Level Specification, Interface Requirements Document, or an Interface Control Document. Software is not part of this specification.
Existing contracts are permitted to use the revision level approved at the time of contract award. These contracts will be subjected to all specifications and testing requirements from the approved revision of this document at the time that contract was awarded. In cases where the new revision of this document can easily be adapted, the affected contract will be subject to all specification and testing requirements of current version of this standard.View Less